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"E um dia depois...!": adenda. Ontem notávamos que o SB Nation publicou uma peça à qual não tivemos hesitações de intitular de "punk", uma referência a fechar um texto de vários tópicos cruzados. Well, u know, coincidências-e-somos-bons: hoje (*) a Poynter destaca os destaques ao "17776" entre jornaleiros:

*O artigo foi publicado no dia 10 à-lá-América, ie, na nossa madrugada de 10 para 11, um dia depois do nosso dia 10...  

Journalists from all different kinds of publishers lauded the radical piece of fiction on Twitter, saying that it's strangely beautiful and definitely not would you'd expect from SB Nation.
in "This SB Nation story has everything: Robots, football and 2.3 million pageviews" 10 jul 2017

OS POSITIVOS: yeah, we got it.

Da descrição:

It starts with a long paragraph containing only one sentence — "Something is terribly wrong." — and by the time you finish reading it, you're more confused than when you started. But that's the point of SB Nation's latest subversive experiment.

The project, titled "17776" (that's nearly 16,000 years in the future), takes readers from a seemingly innocent landing page about the future of football and rockets them through a surreal, science fiction-like trip. The piece is immersive, force-filling the reader's screen with text and manually loading each new element as they progress through the jarring narrative, which is just that — a narrative.
in "This SB Nation story has everything: Robots, football and 2.3 million pageviews" 10 jul 2017

E onde a todos toca. Primeiro, eles: futuro dos media.

So why would a Vox Media-owned sports news site publish a provocative web experience about robots and football? "The goal as conceived was to give the reader a good time," said Jon Bois, creator of the project.
in "This SB Nation story has everything: Robots, football and 2.3 million pageviews" 10 jul 2017

Sim, mas isso mais qualquer coisinha.

As of Monday, "17776" had massive reader engagement. The project has had more than 2.3 million pageviews since its publication and an average engagement time of more than 9 minutes. About 43 percent of readers — of which more than half are viewing the piece on mobile devices — had finished each installment of the series as of Friday.
in "This SB Nation story has everything: Robots, football and 2.3 million pageviews" 10 jul 2017

Essa qualquer coisinha. Dois, nós, webcomics:

"By scrolling they’re doing work by having to access it."
Two things that make "17776" so immersive and engaging are its infinite scroll and dynamic loading aspects. Each installment of the storyline is contained on one web page, with new graphics, videos and GIFs loading in real-time as you scroll.
in "This SB Nation story has everything: Robots, football and 2.3 million pageviews" 10 jul 2017

Last not least, também de ontem recordávamos a propósito de punk: "quem assimila quem" ? Ponto para eles: um "Vox Media-owned sports news site" a usar do punk para hits e $$$.

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