More food for thought, on different ways to do things. Meditate on this for new business ideas. I just read 4-Way Narrative: HBO’s Video Cube Installation on PSFK. The post includes this picture:

(Photo linked to the PFSK source)

The explanation, in part:

It’s a unique new effort that offers four different perspectives on the same scene simultaneously. In telling the same story from four distinct points of view, each side of the cube stands alone as an engaging film, and as a piece of a larger puzzle. As viewers move around the cube, they watch the story unfold from different perspectives, forming different perceptions of the characters and plot.

This resonates for me. Everything comes in different points of view, beginning with stories. Did you see the movie called Vantage Point, from 2008, that presented the same 10 to 20 minutes from five or six points of view?

Every story has multiple points of view. You just have to figure out how to tell it.

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