More and more stories are being told via social channels.
“My original intent with this story was to demonstrate a powerful use of Twitter and the way the “social” is woven into the Internet. It was also to demonstrate a new way to tell a story, a digital story that maintains the threads of this global tapestry. Read a tweet and it pulls on you…”
Probably best if I get out of the way and let you read what Steve Denning has to say.
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“This credit will help move transmedia storytelling from methodology to artform, from marketing tool to a conduit for dialog, mutual expression and co-creation. The credit will empower producers and creators, allowing them to take equity in the worlds they’ve worked so hard to build, even as they move like quicksilver across a dozen media platforms.”
This second link is a survey of opinions about the implementation of the credit.
The one above is from the Transmedia Camp 101 blog. Some good things can found there.
Transmedia is kind of a big deal at the moment, isn’t it?
An interesting piece on how the AMSA is using webinars to connect med students with physician’s stories.
Next to the Catholic church, healthcare is probably the industry that could use a few good stories at the moment. (I’ll get off my editorial perch now.)
This is a nice story about Storyteller Katherine Conant.
This intrigues me to no end, the idea of a storytelling User Interface element in a game. The old software guy in me I suppose.
Wouldn’t this be fun?
A new take in New York City on Comedic Storytelling.
“Adventure Time with Finn & Jake” is like watching someone else’s dream where anything is possible and nothing is predictable. This isn’t your traditional cartoon serial storytelling where you know the cat is going to chase the mouse indefinitely and the only question is, how will he fail this time?”
This one talks about using stories in training. Another growing storytelling avenue.