MIT5: Spoiling my Paper
Given the topic, I thought it would be appropriate to allow conference goers to “spoil” my presentation on Sunday morning, “Speculation on Spoilers: LOST Fandom, Narrative Consumption & Rethinking Textuality.” So if you happen to read this blog, and simply cannot wait to know what my presentation will be, check out my slides on SlideShare and my earlier post about spoiling suspense. And then come to the presentation and let me know how being spoiled changed the dynamic of hearing the paper – increased attention to detail? Anticipation for your favorite moments? Heightened boredom?
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