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Pulp Fiction in chronological order and the inevitable majority of remix culture

Something I've wanted to see for years, Pulp Fiction in chronological order:

 

Plus, a very interesting thought about the inevitably rising majority of remix culture:

"For most people, sharing and remixing with attribution and no commercial intent is instinctually a-okay..... What happens when — and this is inevitable — a generation completely comfortable with remix culture becomes a majority of the electorate, instead of the fringe youth?"

Comments

#1 - It's great that Youtube has disabled the governor on video time limits.

#2 - A friend of mine had a videotape of this about 10 years ago which we watched back to back with the original. Very cool, but what struck me was how the achronology of the original didn't really occur to me the first few times I watched it. I realized things were out of order of course, but I didn't feel like it had a significant impact on my experience, the way it did in "Memento" for instance. As a matter of fact, I'm not sure I thought much about it until I saw the above version!

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