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May 21, 2007


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Brett Boessen

This is intriguing. I especially like the attempt to create a sense of interactivity through the incorporation of post comments in addition to the god-comments as scrolling text underneath. On the other hand, I find myself constantly wondering how many of them are real, how heavily they've been filtered by the producers, and how much time has gone into strategically deploying them at the moments in the narrative that make the most sense in terms of a pre-constructed plot. In that way, it calls attention to its construction much more readily and openly than something like Lonelygirl15 (at least in that series' early episodes--I stopped watching after the first several).

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