Categories: Interactive

The Seven Digital Deadly Sins: An Interactive Documentary

The National Film Board of Canada and The Guardian have teamed up to collaborate on an interactive documentary that provides several forms of media that touch on topics that we obsess, and partly feel ashamed, over.

The site is meant to be interactive with its audience through relatable stories of online users that may be just like you. Upon entering the site you are immediately drawn to the category that suits you most, giving you an indicator of what you do most on the world wide web.

Maybe you just like to visit a website like Ashley Madison, or maybe you fall victim to pride in selfies and social media. Besides reading a few articles or watching a few videos, the website also gives you the option of answering a few questions to survey opinions, canvassing and hopefully drawing out, the conventions of the internet today.

Click here to experience the interactive documentary.

Ray Lontoc :is your typical enigma of the writing world — no educational qualifications or expertise in any particular subject — but his knowledge is completely mastered through experience. He writes about fashion because he dresses well, he talks about sports because he gambles on it, and he chit-chats about art & design and lifestyle & culture because his girlfriend forces him to go to those places on date nights.