You Couldn’t Make It Up

  • 6/26/2009 11:31:00 pm
  • By Mark Gibbings-Jones
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So, we post a little tribute to Steven Wells, and as a title we choose the reference Wells made in his final Philadelphia Weekly column to the pop song “Blame It On The Boogie” . The most well-known version of that song was recorded by The Jackson Five, and within twelve hours, well, you know the rest. We’re not saying we’re cursed or anything, but we thought we’d play safe with the title for this update, just in case.

Anyway, there’s no Michael Jackson tribute here, as while we sort of liked some of this songs, he didn’t have any real influence on our lives. Instead, here’s our visualisation of THE FUTURE OF INTERACTIVE TELEVISION.

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We’re not taking credit for the idea, it’s based on a throwaway line by Charlie Brooker in the Screen Burn compilation we were reading earlier, we just felt that the idea needed bringing to life. Static life, we don’t have the time to fanny about doing animated gifs.

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