I've had a lot of trouble coming up with ideas and have had a stressful week so honestly I haven't thought too much this but i think my idea works.
The thing that interested me most in the class (Other than Johnny's rants) was the idea of interactivity so I want to explore what it is, what constitutes it, etc.. My main focus will be with reality TV though (hopefully thats fine). Whether or not shows such as American Idol and others can truly be interactive or if we really have no control over outcomes (or if they really make a difference). Like I said I haven't given it a ton of thought so I haven't done enough research to say for sure which is correct, but in my opinion I think it can be interactive. We can choose winners, contestants, prizes, and more. I know of a few websites like realityblurred where I've read various articles on this in the past that I'm sure I'll be able to dig up. Other than that all my sources will obviously be web-based since interactivity with tv is relatively new thing and I don't believe there's any books out about it.