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Thoughts on Web 2.0 Storytelling and Creative Commons

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First of all, I thought both of the articles were excellent. I liked how the authors from Web 2.0 Storytelling summed up the idea of a storytelling as an ”art of conveying events in words, images, and sounds often by improvisation or embellishment.” The examples that the authors laid out throughout the article made the article even more interesting to read. I wish people make more use of storytelling  on the web for their careers.

As the article Web 2.0 Storytelling mentioned briefly about Creative Commons, I really liked the idea of sharing contents “freely” and “legally” without having to go through a complicated process that enables people to publish their contents on websites. Although there are some downsides to Creative Commons, I believe it can make a big difference in the near future.

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