28 April 2008

Quantinuity

Quantinuity:
noun, plural -ties
  1. Any strategy which articulates vectors of consistency within a multiplicity.
  2. In microcinematics, methods of manipulating video durations which produce results that are not reproducible with celluloid film.
  3. In hypernarrative, methods of dispersing traditional narrative structures across multiplicities inherent in networks and swarms.
[Origin: Coined by Gabriel Shalom in 2007 in a letter to Sven K├Ânig, a portmanteau of quantum and continuity]

See also Continuity Editing.