Bellyfeel Weekly RoundupOpening on a not-so-shocking statistic from Ofcom – 1 in 3 children under 15 have their own tablet computer, read this article about what they’re using them for.

Hulu has recently announced it’s own plans to adapt a popular Steven King Story into a 9-hour Event Series, with non other then J.J Abrams.

This is pretty neat. Check out the interactive music video: Manipulator.

Can Twitter make money off breaking news? The Guardian reports on this slightly contested topic.

In advance of the upcoming film “The Imitation Game” Walter Isaacson discuses where innovation comes from, using English Mathematician and WW2 code breaker Alan Turing as an example.

This is cool read. The Simpson’s show runners reflect on new fans and the ‘Classic Era’ Myth, while discussing some future plans for the mega brand.

Another cool online Transmedia ARG.  The Black Watchmen begins here.

Here’s a little more info, courtesy of Tstoryteller.

All hail the rebirth of the MOOC. Massively open online courses are back and according to WIRED are the future of education!

Check out why a leading professor in new media put a ban on all technology In his class. Can’t say I disagree with his reasoning.

We are in the age of streaming and this article by vulture.com explains how we got there, and what the future may hold for the likes of Netflix, Amazon and even Yahoo.

An oldie, but still generating downloads nearly 10 years later, check out this single act interactive drama ‘Façade’

It’s official HBO are going online, and are due to start “going over the wall” and offering online only subscriptions sometime in 2015.

Of course, this has certainly sparked somewhat of a challenging response from Netflix

Oh how I wish I could have played with this

Finally here is the last of the interactive experiences, Check out Highrise an interactive documentary that has been at the top of my list for while.

 

“Netflix is to become HBO faster than HBO can become us” – Netflix Management

 

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