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[identity profile] cyborganize.livejournal.com
Title: Destination Earth (Tomorrow Countdown)
Concept & Sound Editor: [livejournal.com profile] cyborganize
Video Editor: [livejournal.com profile] beccatoria
Video: Battlestar Galactica season 4.5 + surprise
Audio: Prelinger Archive films (see below)
Summary: The long-awaited sequel to our season 4.0 Tomorrow Project vidlets AND The Enemy Within PSA collaboration. An orientation course for a fruitful future!

Direct download available HERE. Right Click Save As!

Cross-posted to [livejournal.com profile] beccatoria and [livejournal.com profile] vidding

Notes: The tribulations of life and television have delayed this conclusion far too long. Two years after we conceived it, I have the pleasure of finally posting it while sitting next to [livejournal.com profile] beccatoria once again. From me and my first collaborator on the Cylon Internet: here's to making our own futures, no matter how much time it takes.

Audio Sources
Destination Earth (1956)
Human Reproduction (1947)
Leave It to Roll-Oh (1940)
Name Unknown (?)
The Relaxed Wife (1957)
Psychological Operations (1968)
To New Horizons (1940)

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[identity profile] cyborganize.livejournal.com
The BSG characters on twitter continue to bring me endless joy and LOLZ, and the volume has picked up dramatically in season 4.5 with an influx of new characters (don't miss @Hera_Agathon). Clearly manually archiving the RPG in @cylonhybrid's favorites is no longer sustainable: the previous 30 pages of 20 posts each span October-January, and now we've seen more than that so far this month!

There's now a NEW AND IMPROVED datastream using Y!Pipes: http://pipes.yahoo.com/cyborganize/bsgrpg (the description includes further info)

Previous archives remain the same, except that I stripped the altar party in the bathtub room from favorites (it's safe and sound in the documentation post). I realized too late that this was unnecessary and misguided, and I can't put the tweets back now because, in a source of infinite hassles today, they display in the order they were favorited rather than the order they were posted. Votes on whether I should remove everything prior to that from favorites as well, in order to make each archival source unique (i.e. favorites will begin after the screencaptures)?

[identity profile] projectcyborg.livejournal.com


Much like twitter itself, the anarchic twitteRPG seen here continues to evolve and captivate in unpredictable ways despite its many limitations and erratic uptime. Twitter's capacity to support diverse forms of communication and creativity far beyond its stated purpose has garnered a lot of attention, particularly for those uses that are collective and emergent -- fictional characters included. While the remarkable coterie of Mad Men twitterers have deservedly gotten the most press, our Battlestar Galactica network also hit the blogosphere, where Infocult described it as "on the chaotic end of Web 2.0 storytelling, with authorship and IP fairly open." If you'd like to hear more about my experiences with the project, here's the videoblog:
One of the features twitter lacks is the capability to view an aggregated friendslist (for an account other than your own). As a workaround, The Hybrid has been archiving the ongoing narrative in favorites. This is not an ideal reading interface, however, so as a joint effort of myself and [livejournal.com profile] pirateygoodness we hereby present the first almost 400 individual tweets in a single-page, top-down installment. If you survive the scrolling, you will witness the organic development of a completely insane and largely frivolous experiment in collaborative fan writing.

NB: Inclusion of tweets is discretionary based on their contribution to the story. This is not a complete record of all tweets by all characters.

This post contains 40 images under the cut and is NOT dial-up friendly. You can view them one at a time in order in this gallery.

TWITTERERS (to date)
revealing the identities that are known to me -- will add other credits by request

Bill Adama
Lee Adama
Karl Agathon
                Sam Anders - [livejournal.com profile] millari
Gaius Baltar
                D'Anna Biers - [livejournal.com profile] tellitslant
                Centurion - [livejournal.com profile] ramiah
Leoben Conoy
                Tory Foster - [livejournal.com profile] projectjulie
Felix Gaeta
                Laura Roslin - [livejournal.com profile] grrl_unscripted
                Caprica Six - [livejournal.com profile] pirateygoodness
Number Six
Kara Thrace
                Saul Tigh - [livejournal.com profile] beccatoria
Cally Tyrol
Galen Tyrol
Tom Zarek
One True God
The Final Cylon
                The Hybrid - [livejournal.com profile] thearchive2


You can read more of the continuing saga, including the grand entrance of @Laura_Roslin, in the DATAFONT...

ETA: As of February 19, 2009 you can follow the twitterverse at the new and improved DATASTREAM courtesy of Yahoo Pipes.
[identity profile] projectcyborg.livejournal.com
What: cyberchat among the Cylons (aka a character-based RPG over twitter)
Who: [livejournal.com profile] projectjulie, [livejournal.com profile] pirateygoodness, [livejournal.com profile] tellitslant, [livejournal.com profile] beccatoria, [livejournal.com profile] millari, & OTHERS
When: ONGOING, with a LIVE MEETUP @ 1:00am Sunday GMT (8:00pm Saturday EST, or check your timezone)
Where: you can read the collected stream of updates at the Hybrid control center (refresh often!), or follow each individual character using your own twitter account (expect spamming)
Why: Twitter is built into the Cylon OS as a communications interface. What happens when the Final Four (slash goggles activated, of course) come out and come into the network?

TWITTERCAST @ 1:00am Sunday GMT
[you will overhear "Revelations" SPOILERS]

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