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- A fine discussion just now, a bunch of international students talking #digitalstorytelling. Thanks to SUNY for setting it up. 1 day ago
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Category Archives: digitalstorytelling
Last month I had the great pleasure of opening the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)’s spring meeting with that group’s leader, Cliff Lynch. We did a kind of co-plenary, a public conversation without PowerPoint or notes. CNI kindly recorded then shared … Continue reading
I made another digital story on the Cowbird platform. It’s called “The night we almost ate the bankers“. Cowbird liked it so much they recommended it as their story of the day – thanks, guys! Cowbird is a fascinating, perhaps … Continue reading
I’m fond of the Cowbird digital storytelling platform. It’s very easy to use, and does some nice magic with photos. Here’s a little story I made this afternoon, concerning autumn on our homestead: Cowbird is filled with creative work from … Continue reading
The New York Times has been developing a fine form of digital storytelling. It’s a kind of journalism that uses a mix of maps, visualizations, images, video, and text to explore a topic in depth. “The Russia Left Behind” is … Continue reading
Podcasts are a thriving, powerful, yet underappreciated sector of digital media. Here’s a list of some of the podcasts I currently listen to for my work and/or entertainment, broken down by rough categories: history and culture, education, technology and science, … Continue reading
Sometimes homesteading can be exciting.
People have been using Twitter to tell stories for several years. Steven Soderbergh is the latest creator to tweet a tale, a crime novella called “Glue.” You can follow “Glue” through Soderbergh’s Twitter feed, or read this Storify of its first chapter. [View … Continue reading
In addition to famous last words, we now have “famous last Twitter updates”. The Tweet Hereafter collects these tweets, pairing them with information about the author’s death and life. Each of these are tiny stories, loaded with meaning in the terminal … Continue reading
Windy night thoughts, expressed through Cowbird.