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  1. chris

    Storytelling in Business

    response to: What Does Storytelling Have to Do with Business? | Content Rules by Ann Handley Storytelling in business makes sense, it just does.  It’s how a company goes from selling a product to selling an experience.  Some companies may rely less on stories than others, but the stories businesses tell are always important.  It’s (generally) ...
  2. chris

    1 of 50 ways…

    So, one of tasks for the week was to retell our previous story, using one of the 50 tools on Alan Levine’s 50 Ways to Tell a Digital Story site, that we previously read about in his article.  As my story was not about a particular event (and I had not managed to think about taking ...
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    I’m going to take a few minutes to describe the best style of restaurants ever. The Brazilian steakhouse. You take your seat, and visit the entirely optional salad bar. Next to your plate is a coaster, red on one side, green on the other. Red up, and you will be left alone to eat your meal.  Green up, and ...
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    This weeks assignment was to read “Web 2.0 Storytelling: The Emergence of a New Genre” and Seven Things You Should Know about Creative Commons. The Web 2.0 article attempted to define and describe what digital storytelling is. After reading it, I don’t feel that I learned anything I didn’t already know.  The 50+ ways article was probably the only ...

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