Here we go again and again and again. These parody-esque meta-fool’s videos are getting way more involved (tell me that X-Factor dude doesn’t look like Max Landis-call me a fanboy if you want). I used to say expensive, but I think the cost is beginning to get offset by the other ROI value in ctrl alt cred. All you have to tell a celeb or any other kind of large brand about your creatively collaborative project is:
In all honesty, this is where the gap really is. Sometimes I feel like that kid in Touch-I see it all coming and I want to fix it, but I can’t cause the thing that separates me from that kid is I’m actually special ed.
What I’m trying to say is the trends and techniques are already here and will be for the next 10-15 years. The only thing that separates content is the original and creative individuals behind it. I’m just not sure if it is because it is still relatively early in the acceptance and efficacy of the digital sphere or if it is the medium-but theory is way more useful in academia than practicum (and it looks like O’Brien has taken over Mashable-the Mayans were right).