Geoff from geoffmobile.com coins and discusses the concept of Repeatability in media, which he defines to be the number of times you can repeat a piece of media before you get totally sick of it.
-definition of repeatability in media
-Repeating on Youtube
-Benefits of repeating
-repeatability in music (e.g. radio)
-giving things a chance
-The Medium affects repeatability
-my favorite book is repeatable
-Music is very repeatable
-are movies designed for rewatching?
-what is your most repeatable song/book?
-the ability to repeat easily is the gift of the digital age
-History: Early attempts at repeatability (Classical Music)
-Music/Jazz: The vinyl record and other recording mediums legitimized improvisation in music.
-How does repeatability affect you?
-Designing for repeatability
-Case study: Video game music
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