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DIGITAL STORY TELLERS NSAA (not so anonymous anymore)

Do you have a story to tell? What a wonderful way to share in a community of digital storytellers. Welcome!

5 comments:

Karen E. Smith said...

I came, I saw, I conquered. Shortest narrative there is, probably. I'd like to try to make the shortest movie narrative.

Karen E. Smith said...

Lately, advertisers have been trying to make the shortest advertisements by using a sound, a picture, a phrase that people remember. Remember, "Pop, pop, fizz, fizz; Oh, what a relief it is!" or revived in Seinfeld "By Men-nen!" revived as "Co-stan-za!". Can you think of shorts that stick with you?

Karen E. Smith said...

I've been confused about the genre of digital storytelling for months now. I forgot to group it into stories told through different genre so I inadvertently separated it from digital poetry and digital prose. I think they belong together. One really can tell digital stories through either of these very engaging methods.

Karen E. Smith said...

Did you ever see the movie, Conversations with Other Women? This screen play is fabulous. It's edited in a split screen and this makes the movie an eye-full for avid movie watchers. Better go see it. I'm going back to see it again, it was that good.

Karen E. Smith said...

Story starters:

My first look at love was . . .

I belong to the most . . .

Our family saved a lot of things in the . . .

Personally, I decided not to comment on this and kept my thinking inside my head. Outside I acted as if nothing had happened. Inside was a different story. . .

Mothers and daughters share a special bond. Only death parts this . . .