Messing around with Empire Avenue


This post is just me messing around with Empire Avenue.

Many social media commentators agree that ‘gamification’ will be the next thing to happen to marketing and social media, as the two things converge and the rocket fuel of games is added to the mix.

What does that mean for art, for the expression of authentic identity? What will it do to political expression? What would happen if Clive Palmer (for example) bought a major instrument in it?

This is the link if you feel like joining the experiment…


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