“True Tales of Clash Achievery” is the game’s first fully integrated campaign, which will roll out with more films, social media and digital ads, in large scale outdoor and high impact placements. A website is planned to go live soon as part of the campaign. There, gamers will be able to submit their own success stories and view other tales in the campaign.
“La eficacia de los ritos ceremoniales, depende ampliamente de que exista una comprensin previa e inteligente del significado de los smbolos y de las realidades que intentan comunicar. Sin embargo el estar simplemente familiarizados con estos principios arcanos, no es ninguna garanta de que se produzca la experiencia espiritual” (1). El conocimiento y comprensin intelectual, es el fundamento para la prctica, y sta a su vez, lo es de la experiencia espiritual..
Club events organized by themes have become essential marketing tool for nightclub facilities. Events typically bring up the entertainment factor in the club a notch, more so if the event features celebrities. Imagine the publicity your club will generate if you are able to bring in Paris Hilton to DJ in the club or any of the hip hop royalties to attend your event! Your club can host large scale, indoor/outdoor events, frequent concert style shows, product release parties, etc..
In decided contrast to such perspectives, I wish to propose in this paper that media theory might be conceptualized instead as an antidote to this incessant becoming, reframing its congenital incapacity to keep speed with its objects of study as a virtue rather than a fault. At a time when media architectures are driven primarily by a ceaseless process of accumulation and recycling of information that breaks down any barrier between the past and the present, dynamically generating new content on the basis of its ever expanding archives, I will argue that an important alternative model for considering the historical concerns of media is proffered in the discrete past qua past afforded to us through the measured (but not at all stagnant) pace of theoretical cogitation. The media theorist, I propose, might be understood as Nietzsche once understood the philosopher: as a ‘brakeshoe on the wheel of time’..