Twitter Tales

Friday, August 20, 2010

Have you heard about Twitter Tales?

How do you use Twitter? We asked dozens of our users that exact question. What resulted from their responses is a series of quirky and inspiring articles. We call them Twitter Tales.

A recent tales is, for example, this one: Days are long, months feel safe. But the years, the years seem to be on the run:

When Natasha Badhwar created her @natashabadhwar Twitter account in June 2009, she used the service as a quiet and personal safe haven of sorts. It became an escape from other spaces, which seemed cluttered with superficial concerns and hollow outrage. Here, she could ask questions. She could seek change. She could give a voice to her innermost self. “I used Twitter to be honest, to express the core of my feelings and experiences,” Natasha, a New Delhi-based mother of three, filmmaker, photographer, writer, and self-described compulsive multitasker, explains.

There are some nice tales and stories in there. Have a look at it...

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This blog is a companion to the UX Storytellers project. You will find everything that's currently going on, what has happened so far and what is planned for the future.

Learn through storytelling

The best way to learn is through listening to stories. The best way to teach is through telling stories. Are you a UX Expert with stories to tell? We would love to hear your story.

Famous Quotes

The universe is made of stories, not atoms.
Muriel Rukeyser

There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories. Ursula K. LeGuin