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  1. Jamie Potter

    Web 2.0: Stories, narratives and audience

    I see story as being the crux of the information that is being communicated, the issue, the moral, the point, whatever. Narrative, on the other hand, is the way in which it is told. Linear/non-linear, didactic/participatory and so forth. If we think that in the web 2.0 world narrative takes on these latter forms (non-linear, participatory) not only can the narrative be subject to change and experimentation, but so too can the story as new participants bring to it new ideas, thoughts and feelings. With web 2.0 whose story is being narrated?
  2. Jamie Potter

    My Personal Cyberinfrastructure

    '"Don't copy, that's cheating!" Outside schools, that's called collaboration.' - Sir Ken Robinson My thoughts on Gardner Campbell’s “A Personal Cyberinfrastructure”. They’re a bit mashed together and not particularly deep or fully fleshed out as there was no stand out issue for me, rather a few ideas that I’m trying to string together.
  3. Jamie Potter

    Assignment 1 – Copenhagen Arrest

    I’ve done it. An audio slideshow about my arrest in Copenhagen during the CoP15 summit in December 2009 using some of my own images, some more from Flickr and an audio recording of myself narrating the story. It was created using a demo of Soundslides, something I saw on a journalism blog a few days ...
  4. Jamie Potter

    Good evening!

    So here I am, rushing to create this blog and write something about why I’m taking part in this massively open online course (MOOC) about digital storytelling. I first saw the blog weeks ago but then the drudgery of work and expectations of Christmas pushed it out of my mind. But it’s back! The course ...

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