Massive roundup of tweets from The Story 2012 - mine and others.
- — Monster Supplies (@MonsterSupplies)Fri, Feb 17 2012 04:24:44Terribly pleased to be at the #story2012. Delegates please tweet us your best tips for monster grooming to get £1 off a Housekeeping guide
- Ministry of Stories on making a shop into a magical doorway.
- — Mary Hamilton (@newsmary)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:14:44
- Matt Sheret & Simon Thornton on endings, music and the (dying?) art of album creation.
- — Linda Sandvik (@hyper_linda)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:47:48
- — Damien Mulley (@damienmulley)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:26:01The guy from last.fm asks who listens to full albums, 60% or more of audience put hands up. Last.fm guy gets shifty #story2012
- — matt desmier (@mattdesmier)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:26:58The lost art of sequencing an album. I it offers any hope at all the majority of the audience at #story2012 still devour FULL albums
- — Mary Hamilton (@newsmary)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:30:24#story2012 ST: Making album is very insular process (unless you have hit single before it comes out, so you have to shuffle it to the start)
- — sam howey nunn (@samhoweynunn)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:31:25albums vs singles playlists. Different audiences have different engagement styles. Adele = single releases = slow build...
- — nicoleyershon (@nicoleyershon)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:37:10#story2012 seems shame at times that freedom comes 2b silly/muck abt & experiment only once data show its gonna b a success,in constant beta
- — Mary Hamilton (@newsmary)Fri, Feb 17 2012 02:41:42#story2012 ST: it's easy to choose a final track. MS cites band where every track sounds like epic final track - songs all equally popular.
- Jeremy Deller on British war reporting, reenactment and miners.
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