Netflix Introduces ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Television — We’re Just Waiting for Interactive House of Cards

Netflix announced Tuesday plans to create “Interactive Storytelling” with its programming. Netflix has already announced three examples for users to experience — Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale, a Puss in Boots story, Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile, and Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout, however, the latter will not be released until next year.

What a cool idea.  Books like this were always fun, this should be great.

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How ‘America’s Got Talent’ Standout, Deaf Singer Mandy Harvey, ‘Feels’ The Music | CPR

The singer, who moved from Colorado to Florida, learned how to “feel” the music, as she explained to Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner in 2010. “I’ll feel and concentrate the drums through the floor, through my feet and then the bass through your chest. And then if a saxophone player is next to me then it will be on my arm. So you just designate different parts of your body so you can concentrate on who’s playing what and when,” she said.

Source: How ‘America’s Got Talent’ Standout, Deaf Singer Mandy Harvey, ‘Feels’ The Music | CPR

With Film2Future, Producer Rachel Miller Is Creating a Pipeline to Hollywood for Kids Who Aren’t Rich and White | L.A. Weekly

“Hollywood, let’s be honest, is a system for wealthy white kids,” says Rachel Miller, founder of Film2Future, by phone prior to the start of the summer session. “If there’s no pipeline, there’s no way in.”

Source: With Film2Future, Producer Rachel Miller Is Creating a Pipeline to Hollywood for Kids Who Aren’t Rich and White | L.A. Weekly