Netflix Data, the Force and Pains of 90’s Gaming

Bellyfeel Weekly RoundupLet’s kick this BRU with some pretty awesome Batman v Superman posters.

And in completely unrelated, but equally awesome news, check out this Interview with J.J. Abrams about Star Wars Force Awakens.

Transmedia, it’s quite an important part of our lives here at Bellyfeel, and here are 5 good reasons why it still matters according to mipworld.com

While on the subject of Transmedia – here’s a project we all hope comes to pass. The Age of Turing.

Here’s nice case study – How Instagram was used to create a choose your own adventure experience during Toronto Silent Film Festival.

And on a slightly darker note, have you ever wonder how you would escape Syria as a refugee… well now you can choose your own escape

JustifiedThis is a great article about a truly overlooked TV gem. Did you miss out on Justified? Here’s why (and why you should absolutely check it out).

In social media news, there’s a war going on (shocking, I know….) this time it’s the war over news.

However, on a more humorous note, here are some of the best social media addiction stories the Internet has to offer.

Uh-oh, is Twitter in trouble? And it seems there is only one giant who can save it… Facebook.

But for teens there seems to be new kid on the block, YouNow – and they are more then happy to sign up.

In Social TV news, is a take over finally imminent?

This warms my heart… Ryan Gosling finally ate his cereal.

This is a fascinating story, one man’s journey into music piracy from bootlegged CD’s to Mp3 leaks… this is Bennie Lydell Glover.

But there is still hope on the horizon for the ‘proper’ album… as proven by Tyler The Creator.

Moving onto the Netflix side of things, take at look at how the Netflix Originals are faring with audiences (some great data here).Orange is the new black

In fact, while we’re talking about Netflix, let’s ask the question; is Netflix a friend or foe of TV?

Ahh, 90’s gaming pains… I remember them well.

Time for your final set of data – as we take a look at the surprisingly big fight happening for control over the small screen.

And ending as we started… with something pretty. Check out Simon Stålenhag’s Retro Sci-Fi Images of a Dystopian Swedish Countryside. It’s very, very cool.

 

“There is a revolution happening, and within two years I think that Wi-Fi and Netflix will be built into all the televisions” – Reed Hastings

 

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