50 Ways to Tell a Story

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

This looks like a very interesting project: 50+ Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story, created by Alan Levine in October 2007 ....

This site was created by Alan Levine in October 2010, the second incarnation of the original 50+ Ways concept. Everything here is open to be linked, re-used, re-mixed, re-cast, etc. This particular page was created on Sep 8, 2010 8:31 pm and has been edited 11 times. The last tweak was made on Dec 1, 2010 1:01 pm by - cogdog. Share freely, often, and voraciously by linking to http://50ways.wikispaces.com/

There is lots of interesting content and many links to follow. Here is another good article from 50ways, for example: How Do I Come Up With a Story Idea?. In this short article, the author writes ...

But first, for fun, let's give you an example of how not to tell a story (and why the story approach is important even for presentations) -- see if this version of Cinderella is as touching as the story you remember.

And here is the presentation:

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Good, isn't 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.

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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