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50 Web2.0 Ways To Tell a Story
50 Dominoe Stories
Precious Web Gems
Powerful Personal Portals
Being There in that Unevenly Distributed Future
What's On Your Horizon?
Virtual Worlds: Promise and Perils
Tag We're All It
50 Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story (
The Dominoe Storyboard
, I had a script with only a few words per image. If you want to be very organized, you might create a storyboard like the exmaple below. At a minimum, you should keep a text file with your captions or narration as you may find yourself copy pasting the text.
I was in between. Fiercely independent, had money saved up, and some time before I went west.
My roommate called. Someone found a runaway dog. Dominoe.
Named her after the damsel in
Malnourished, Skittish, afraid of a raised hand.
We walked into the woods, she always following a few yards away, my buddy.
One day we drove farther and walked in the autumn leaves.
Met an old friend. We chatted about 15 minutes, and I turned around.
She was gone.
I was hours running up and down the trail, crying out her name. I was worthless. I could take care of myself, but no one else, worthless.
[Note: This image is merely a cropped version of previous to emphasize emptiness]
I would camp out, return the next day. I would do that every day unti I found her. Every day.
[Note: An empty black screen is useful, sets a tone]
I cried back to the car... and there she was, waiting for me.
My awareness became a circle of responsibility of more than just myself.
We drove across the country
saw strange lands
made a home
She departed permanently, but I never forgot what I learned that day in the woods.
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