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7 Collaborative Storytelling Websites to Weave Your Own Digital Stories

7 Collaborative Storytelling Websites to Weave Your Own Digital Stories
Advertisement Everyone loves a good story. Writing it is another matter. A good story can move us with emotions. The web has given rise to collaborative storytelling. If you are into digital storytelling ideas of any kind, try out these seven websites for a spot of collaborative writing. Folding Story Folding Story is a writing game where each writer is constrained to write one line of a story (120 words or less) and pass it on to another writer to add to it. Ficly Call it micro-fiction in a collaborative way. Fabulate Fabulate is a collaborative book project, where each writer may submit a story with a maximum length of 500 words. WikiStory The concept of using a Wiki for collaborative storytelling is worth the browse. One Million Monkeys Typing Now, that’s a title that should get noticed. StoryMash StoryMash might appeal to amateur writers who want some of the spoils for their writing. Novlet Novlet allows you to start a collaborative writing effort in any language. Image: Shutterstock

CommentReparer.com - Apprenez à tout réparer Collaborative writing software online with Writeboard. Write, share, revise, compare. Hello, We launched Writeboard back in October of 2005 as a stand-alone service. A few years later we integrated Writeboards into Basecamp Classic and Backpack. Today, the vast majority of Writeboards are created inside those two products. As part of refocusing on Basecamp, we’ve decided to retire Writeboard.com. You’ll still be able to create Writeboards inside Basecamp Classic and Backpack, but you’ll no longer be able to start new stand-alone Writeboards here at Writeboard.com. But don’t worry — any Writeboards you already created here at Writeboard.com will continue to work. Thanks to everyone who used Writeboard.com over the years. Onwards, Jason Fried, Founder & CEO, Basecamp

Vision Boards Help Visualize Goals In addition to the more traditional way of making a vision board on a bulletin board or poster board, there are many other ways of creating your own personalized dream board. In the sections that follow I have included information on the different ways of creating a vision board. Creating a vision board on a wall is a way of making a more permanent vision board. Using a journal is a way of having a portable vision board. Computer programs, presentation programs and specialized programs can be used to make a dream board on your computer. You might even want to create a dream board as your background image that is displayed on your computer, your browser (iGoogle or Netvibes or on your iPhone. Vision boards can be created online using different online programs such as Google Documents or Google Presentations, Prezi and Oprah.com special vision board program. For the video inclined - moving vision boards can be created from presentations and then edited in Windows or Mac programs.

Translation Cloud - Professional Language Translation of Documents Advanced humanoid Roboy to be ‘born’ in nine months Roboy (credit: Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, University of Zurich) Meet Roboy, “one of the most advanced humanoid robots,” say researchers at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the University of Zurich. Their 15 project partners and over 40 engineers and scientists are constructing Roboy as a tendon-driven robot modeled on human beings (robots usually have their motors in their joints, giving them that “robot” break-dance look), so it will move almost as elegantly as a human. Roboy will be a “service robot,” meaning it will execute services independently for the convenience of human beings, as in the movie Robot & Frank. And since service robots share their “living space” with people, user-friendliness and safety, above all, are of great importance, roboticists point out. Service robots are already used in a wide variety of areas today, including for household chores, surveillance work and cleaning, and in hospitals and care homes.

Page 1 | Diseno-art.com Homepage > Archive Page 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 Car manufacturers winning the war against car theft - News Car manufacturers are confidently proclaiming that they are winning the war against car crime. And the statistics over the last 20 years prove as much. Perhaps even more impressively, 20 years ago around 600,000 cars were stolen in the UK each year. Project Kahn Audi A5 Convertible - Modified Cars One of the UK’s best known tuners, Project Kahn, has had a go at making the Audi A5 convertible even more stylish. The styling package consists of new front and rear bumpers, a rear spoiler, billet steel door mirror housings, red painted brake calipers, lowered suspension and massive 21 inch RSX lightweight wheels finished in matt black. 2012 BMW M5 - Sports Cars Despite the fact the 2012 BMW M5 isn’t due to be unveiled in the flesh until this year's Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Where is the safest place to sit on a

Join us for The Informal Economy Symposium , October 12 2012, Barcelona | Claro Partners We see “the informal economy” as short-hand for a lot of different under-the-radar, non-recognised, untracked, unsanctioned, disregarded and often disparaged but very real and substantial commercial activities that are taking place all around the world, in both emerging and developed markets. The development of these informal commercial activities are driven by both necessity and by opportunity, but they also still have symbiotic relationships to formal economic structures, such as mature businesses, governments, financial institutions, or business analysts/evaluators. It seems that many people mistakenly see these informal commercial activities as transient, soon-to-be absorbed into formal structures, to be stamped out, or conversely to be studied and copied by formal economic structures. And herein lies the tantalising dilemma of the informal economy. Our goals are:

Futures Fair 10 - Building Futures The Building Centre, London June 2nd 2010 Futures Fair 10 was a one day conference supported by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) through the Foresight Program, and Crystal CG, chaired by Peter Murray that gathered together built environment professionals with people leading innovation in other fields in an event that planted the seeds for new ways of working and fresh collaborations. The fast-paced day included presentations from challenging speakers representing 5 key themes. Key Themes Technological advancement and its potential impact on the built environment; Innovative modes of business and entrepreneurship; Landscape resilience; Learning from design in different sectors and; Emergent forms of community engagement and their place in development. You can download a copy of the full Futures Fair 10 report here, or see below for links to individual seminar reports. Advancement Business Competition Design Engagement

vous Pascal Minguet from Biarne ? Net-iki : le premier fablab rural français Pascal Minguet FABLAB from Jean Michel Billaut on Vimeo. Pour contacter Pascal Minguet : pascal.minguet@gmail.com (Comme on pourra le voir dans ce billautshow sur google maps, Biarne se trouve dans le Jura, un peu au nord de Dôle.. A noter que nous avons été rejoint dans le studio par Serge Meunier sur son Ipad - qui n'a pas beaucoup posé de questions - il m'a dit qu'il avait le trac... Le mouvement des "makers" commence à se développer en France.. Pourquoi donc, Grand Dieu, créer un fablab à Biarne ? Pascal Minguet, Reynald Blondeau et Jean Baptiste Fontaine expliquent et surtout présentent leur domaine, logé dans une ancienne école de Biarne, et financé par les élus locaux (si, si..) Comment fabriquer une pièce ? Fichier envoyé ensuite sur l'imprimante 3D du fablab, que Pascal nous présente (une makerbot)... Combien d'adhérents au fablab ? Plusieurs points ont été évoqués : 1/ le copyright et les brevets.. le fabricant de la fenêtre a-t-il une brevet sur son produit ? 5/ etc..

How Products Are Made (1) The Loop Co.Design: business + innovation + design Qui sommes-nous ? - Perspectives Urbaines Perspectives Urbaines est un rassemblement informel et mouvant, au service d'objectifs flous, toujours à redéfinir. Les personnes qui l'animent n'ont en commun qu'un double constat. La ville est aménagée par une série de spécialistes. C'est leur parole seule qui valide ou non ce qu'il faut faire. La « participation » citoyenne ne se réalise que dans des réunions aussi inutiles qu'ennuyeuses ; elles sont sans marge de manoeuvre et sans effet, donc sans participants. Les formations en urbanisme reproduisent ce monopole. Pourtant, la ville est effervescente, c'est un bouillonnement permanent où se font et se défont des liens, où s'inventent des rapports à l'espace et à l'autre sans cesse renouvelés. Nous voulons créer les conditions d'expression d'autres paroles, celles de tous les urbains. La discussion publique est notre moyen premier. Ce dispositif s’adresse à deux types de public. Perspectives Urbaines cherche à accompagner et à préciser ce renouvellement. Partager l'article ! inShare

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