Doug Rice Launches #StoryChat on Twitter

Colleague Doug Rice (see my Q and A with him here) is initiating “a Twitter chat centered around the story concept in business, art, and life” — #StoryChat. He’ll feature “copywriters, screenwriters, novelists, photographers, storytellers, and many other professionals and interesting people who use story as a platform for what … Continue reading

Two Cool Ways that SXSW Got Storied

Someday I’d like to attend the South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive conference in Austin. In the meantime, it’s nice that the conference gets comprehensively covered in clever ways with strong story elements. Here are two that caught my eye this year: Storify: Storify, the tool that helps users tell stories … Continue reading

Facebook Story Winner Announced

As I noted in mid-January, Mashable recently held a story contest to mark the huge expansion of the character limit of Facebook status updates to 63,206 characters. The site announced the winner this week: We received a range of responses, including prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and even someone who used … Continue reading

Ponderings about Twitter …

I committed myself this month to updating some aspects of this blog, notably the “inside pages” on which I list links related to applied storytelling (Links to Interdisciplinary Storytelling Resources, Links to Organizational Storytelling Resources, Links to Storytelling Platforms, Tools, and Prompts, Links to Blogs that Relate to Storytelling, Links … Continue reading