Why Firefox should be taking advantage of Yahoo’s sync and dual media browser technologies with the advancements Moz has made with WebGL etc… as well as search. http://techcrunch.com/2014/11/28/whats-next-for-firefox/?ncid=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Techcrunch+%28TechCrunch%29&utm_content=FaceBook

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I have to say @dalmaer (Dion) @Werner @bokardo (Josh P) @aza & @themikefiggis have had more influence on how I am pushing how we are building the ‘new cinema/TV” at the Storycube than anyone outside JK Rowling & Marvel/Disney universe overlaps & the invention of AR/VR & hypervid techs. Reads like these help> https://medium.com/ben-and-dion/hapi-thanksgiving-it-is-about-systems-of-nodes-scaling-not-node-scaling-5d96d900d904 – at Hyvquarters

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The new television and film isn’t about “platforms” …It’s about convergence as a single platforms and the “welds” in the plumbing. Nobody should be thinking they are addressing the “future of media and the web” if they are building things to jump across or run parallel across platforms. & the welds have to do with the “grammar” and “density” of a cubic narrative. – at Planet Fitness

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Portals into cubic media. We no longer just enter by sitting in a theater or clicking on the remote.

With a #storycube there are many sides you can enter. There are many layers & you need many ‘faces.’ Game layers, cinema layers, audio layers, AR layers, VR ‘rooms’ etc, etc. …It is different than any narrative form we have seen. #newmedia #transmedia #Hyv #html5 #webgl #hypervideo #indiefilm #film #tv #publishing #content #integratedretail #gamedev #social A Storycube is built inherently with the ability for the audience to continue building. (Building further into the inception of storyworld).