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Published on January 28, 2008

Author: BryanAlexander

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Web 2.0 storytelling platforms slideshow, for 2008 ELI conference workshop.

Web 2.0 Storytelling: Platforms ELI Annual Conference January 28, 2008 Bryan Alexander, NITLE

What's web 2.0 about? Quick recap Microcontent Social software Multiply authored content within content located externally Perpetual beta Boundaries can be hard to find All issues still on the table

Quick recap

Microcontent

Social software

Multiply authored content

within content

located externally

Perpetual beta

Boundaries can be hard to find

All issues still on the table

Platforms Blogosphere and character “ As one day’s posts build on points raised or refuted in a previous day’s, readers must actively engage the process of “discovering” the author, and of parsing from fragment after fragment who is speaking to them, and why, and from where whether geographically, mentally, politically, or otherwise.” -Steve Himmer, “The Labyrinth Unbound” (2003)

Blogosphere and character

“ As one day’s posts build on points raised or refuted in a previous day’s, readers must actively engage the process of “discovering” the author, and of parsing from fragment after fragment who is speaking to them, and why, and from where whether geographically, mentally, politically, or otherwise.”

-Steve Himmer, “The Labyrinth Unbound” (2003)

Platforms Blogosphere and time “ You know what's funny? I bet if I posted this email message on my blog, as a story, I'd get two dozen emails from readers — the ones who know how clueless I can be — telling me to get a clue, that you're obviously taking someone else. A bagel .” -Postmodern Sass http://www.postmodernsass.com/blogger/2005/04/my-baby-she-wrote-me-letter.html

Blogosphere and time

“ You know what's funny? I bet if I posted this email message on my blog, as a story, I'd get two dozen emails from readers — the ones who know how clueless I can be — telling me to get a clue, that you're obviously taking someone else. A bagel .”

-Postmodern Sass

http://www.postmodernsass.com/blogger/2005/04/my-baby-she-wrote-me-letter.html

Blog as story diary Or several blogs: Dionaea House and Loreen Mathers ( http://www.dionaea-house.com/default.htm ) “ The LiveJournal of Zachary Marsh”

Or several blogs: Dionaea House and Loreen Mathers ( http://www.dionaea-house.com/default.htm )

Blog as story diary Futureblogging: “Harvey Feldspar's Geoblog” ( http://www.wired.com/techbiz/it/magazine/15-07/local ) -Bruce Sterling, Wired , 2007

Futureblogging: “Harvey Feldspar's Geoblog”

Bookblogging http://www.pulsethebook.com/ - “networked book” (Institute for the Future of the Book) And others http:// simonofspace.blogspot.com /

http://www.pulsethebook.com/ - “networked book” (Institute for the Future of the Book)

Bookblogging "a networked book is an open book designed to be written, edited and read in a networked environment.“ (IFTFTB) See also Googlization of Everything and Flightpaths ( http://www.googlizationofeverything.com/ and http:// www.flightpaths.net/blog/index.php/about / )

"a networked book is an open book designed to be written, edited and read in a networked environment.“ (IFTFTB)

See also Googlization of Everything and Flightpaths ( http://www.googlizationofeverything.com/ and http:// www.flightpaths.net/blog/index.php/about / )

Republish content via blog Pedagogy Social feedback Publicity Pepys Diary Dracula Blogged Ulysses and da Vinci per day ( http://wwar1.blogspot.com/ )

Republish content via blog

Pedagogy

Social feedback

Publicity

Pepys Diary

Dracula Blogged

Ulysses and da Vinci per day

Bookblogging Extended networks Support wikis (example: Pynchon) William Gibson lost his Node ( http://www.nodemagazine.com/ )

Extended networks

Support wikis (example: Pynchon)

William Gibson lost his Node

Microbloglosphere Twitter: a single narrative Good Captain http://twitter.com/goodcaptain http://loose-fish.com/

Twitter: a single narrative

Good Captain

http://twitter.com/goodcaptain

http://loose-fish.com/

Microbloglosphere Twitter: aphorisms Jenny Holzer http://twitter.com/jennyholzer

Twitter: aphorisms

Jenny Holzer

http://twitter.com/jennyholzer

Microbloglosphere Twitter: class en masse http://twitter.com/manyvoices

Twitter: class en masse

http://twitter.com/manyvoices

Wikistorytelling The Penguin novel ( http://www.amillionpenguins.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page )

The Penguin novel

Wikistorytelling Can a collective create a believable fictional voice? How does a plot find any sort of coherent trajectory when different people have a different idea about how a story should end – or even begin? And, perhaps most importantly, can writers really leave their egos at the door? “ About”, http://www.amillionpenguins.com/wiki/index.php/About

Social slides Barbara Ganley, “Into the Storm” (2007) ( http://www.slideshare.net/bgblogging/intothestorm http://bgexperiments.wordpress.com/2007/07/13/into-the-storm/ )

Barbara Ganley, “Into the Storm” (2007)

Embedded within Slideshare Web platform apparatus

Embedded within Slideshare Web platform apparatus

Embedded within blog

Embedded within blog

Social photo stories Flickr, Tell A Story in Five Frames group Example: "Food to Farm", Eli the Bearded (2008)

Flickr, Tell A Story in Five Frames group

Social photo stories

Social photo stories

Social photo stories Flickr, Tell A Story in Five Frames group ( http://www.flickr.com/groups/visualstory/ ) Example: "Food to Farm", Eli the Bearded (2008)

Flickr, Tell A Story in Five Frames group ( http://www.flickr.com/groups/visualstory/ )

Social photo stories Example: "Food to Farm", Eli the Bearded (2008)

Social photo stories Pedagogies: Remix Archive work Social presentation Visual literacy ( http://www.flickr.com/groups/visualstory/discuss/72157603786255599/ ; http://www.flickr.com/photos/library_of_congress/ )

Pedagogies:

Remix

Archive work

Social presentation

Visual literacy

Social photos Social image hypertext: Mission stencil story ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/9793231@N05/sets/72157600706628117/ )

Social image hypertext: Mission stencil story

Social photo storytelling pedagogy: USF digital journalism class (David Silver) ( http://silverinsf.blogspot.com/2007/02/digital-journalism-flickr-project.html )

Social photos Pedagogy Shifting work across venues Archiving Personal and private ( http://usfblogtastic.blogspot.com/ )

Pedagogy

Shifting work across venues

Archiving

Personal and private

Storytelling by p odcast The Yellow Sheet , by Librivox team (2007) Text then podcast http://librivox.org/the-yellow-sheet-by-librivox-volunteers/ More: Podiobooks, http://www.podiobooks.com/

The Yellow Sheet , by Librivox team (2007)

Text then podcast

http://librivox.org/the-yellow-sheet-by-librivox-volunteers/

More: Podiobooks, http://www.podiobooks.com/

Web video storytelling Connect with I ( http://www.connectwithi.com/ ) Serial video Fan content Physical content

Connect with I ( http://www.connectwithi.com/ )

Serial video

Fan content

Physical content

Web video storytelling lonelygirl15 ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonelygirl15 ) YouTube serial video content Local fan content Distributed response Hoax plot

lonelygirl15 ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonelygirl15 )

YouTube serial video content

Local fan content

Distributed response

Hoax plot

Storytellerster MySpace, Facebook as platform Example: Silver Ladder (Two of Clubs character on Myspace)

MySpace, Facebook as platform

Example: Silver Ladder

Untapped or supplementary? Folksonomies? for description: http://www.pulsethebook.com/ ManyEyes http://services.alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes

Folksonomies?

for description: http://www.pulsethebook.com/

Untapped or supplementary? Social Bookmarking: s upplementary? Wrangle information about Web 2.0 storytelling

Social Bookmarking: s upplementary?

Wrangle information about Web 2.0 storytelling

Multiplicity of platforms Actually, none exist in isolation some projects are based in multiple platforms aura of social interaction based wherever people feel like it can start in one, then expand

Actually, none exist in isolation

some projects are based in multiple platforms

aura of social interaction based wherever people feel like it

can start in one, then expand

Multiplicity of platforms New forms combining categories into one? Voicethread Storybox ( http://www.story-box.co.uk/index.php )

New forms combining categories into one?

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