Planet Emacsen (October 27, 2006, 0) - http://planet.emacsen.org/ by Edward O’Connor. ‘Nuff said! =D
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Learning storytelling from my parents (August 24, 2010, 3) - My parents are both storytellers.
My dad makes everyday life seem epic, with sound effects and humour. He embellishes tales to make them more dramatic. He tells stories in conversation, and is often the center of attention in a large crowd.
My mom keeps the stories of generations, revealing unexpected connections with grandparents or great-grandparents.
Helping people learn about Web 2.0 through stories (May 28, 2009, 3) - I help people learn about social media and Web 2.0 through stories.
Bullet points and screencasts aren’t enough, but stories about how real people use these tools to reach out and connect can help inspire others to learn about and try those tools themselves.
But I don’t just tell stories. I make them, and that’s my favourite,
What I want to do with my life: tell stories (June 25, 2006, 0) - In the process of helping a friend get some insights from David
Allen’s book on Getting Things Done, I found myself telling a few
stories about how other people use the thoughts in the book, and how
he could adapt it to his life. Stories!
I’m not a technology evangelist as much as I am a storyteller. I can
Momblogging (September 27, 2006, 0) - My mom would rather that I don’t directly link to her blog, which is a
pity because you won’t get to read her totally awesome stories, but
it’s also good because embarrassing kid stories of mine would no doubt
turn up as well. ;) <grin> So you’ll just have to get to know my
mom yourself, and ask her