It’s good to be alive, isn’t it.— Matteo Wyllyamz (@mouselink) May 5, 2013
In September of 2012, my son and I set out to watch all the James Bond movies in order, as a kind of completist pop-culture undertaking. We finished nearly eight months later, after approximately 48 widescreen hours of spy gadgets, corny lines, exotic locations, and beautiful women.
Rather than write something overly lengthy in the form of documentation, I thought I would summarize the experience via tweets.
Telling Your Story Authentically with Modern Tools
One workshop in one three-hour session
The amount of data in the world will increase 50-75x in the next decade. Will people be able to find you in the midst of this information explosion? Will traditional marketing techniques be effective in this new age, or is the Internet just a new way to advertise?
To find the answer to these questions, we must learn how to tell an authentic human story. The technological tools available to us today represent unprecedented opportunities to share our experiences through rich new decentralized forms of media.