Letters: Romney feels the heat on immigrationLos Angeles TimesTamar Jacoby writes that many Republicans feel Mitt Romney "went too far in the heat of the primary and are glad to see him clarifying his position" on immigration.
Progressives for Immigration Reform to Host 3rd Annual Immigration ConferenceSacramento Bee27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Monday, October 1, Progressives for Immigration Reform (PFIR) will host its 3rd Annual Conference on Immigration,...
Debate about immigration habitually falls back to integration of Turkish community, overshadowing real progress at local level (Germany's 'failed' multiculturalism carries on regardless http://t.co/3E2MxXFa...)...
Most writers neglect the power of a story to captivate their audience immediately ...
This is a quick article with several key messages. But the one that strikes me is that when crafting a story, the most interesting beginning that gets reader's hooked, is often found in the middle of the story.
So true! And I love the example he uses to demonstrate this tip.
Beginnings and endings of stories are always hard for those new to storytelling. Even veteran storytellers could benefit from the author's tip here.
Think about your stories -- do they need an upgrade by exploring their middles and finding a more compelling opening?
Members of the Republican Study Committee introduced legislation last week to gut funding for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which provides work permits and temporary legal status...
Storycode is a non-profit community hub for independent cross-platform storytellers and an incubator for their projects. We are proud to host a community of creators who share their projects in great detail. Our creators share both successes and missteps in their process with a candor that members find invaluable. StoryCode documents these process-driven presentations, serving as a repository of cross-media project case studies.
Oh, no -- what a missed opportunity! And full of irony, to boot!!
When I stumbled on this page by Storycode (an organization devoted to immersive storytelling) and their page of case studies I thought, "Oh goody! Cool stories about cool story projects!"
Then I read the case studies and was so disappointed. I had to keep drinking my coffee to stay awake while plowing through the descriptions -- not stories! -- of these amazing interactive story projects. Hence the irony.
I was sooooooo disappointed! What's the take-away here?
Well first, go check out the videos of these really interesting/fun interactive storytelling projects. Think about ways you can use these ideas and tools in your biz storytelling. And hang out with their community.
Second, please please please don't get stuck thinking there's a model for case studies to follow that is as boring as these.
Third, write storied case studies that share experiences and engage the reader. Or don't use case studies at all and just tell the story about the project. There is nothing sacred about case studies.
Storycode is doing great work out there in the world. If you want to hang out with a community devoted to immersive interactive storytelling, then check them out.
Immigration reshuffle as asylum boats keep comingThe AustralianAS Julia Gillard shifted the head of the Immigration Department yesterday, the navy intercepted one of the most heavily loaded boats to arrive in years, carrying 195 asylum-seekers and...
ksl.comMia Love May Be Right About Her Family's Immigration HistoryForbesMother Jones wrote, “Love doesn't talk about this aspect of her family's immigration story now that she's running for Congress, but she once said in a little-noticed interview...
CBS NewsRights activists to appeal Arizona "show-your-papers" rulingReutersPHOENIX (Reuters) - Civil and immigrant rights activists said on Thursday they would appeal to block a controversial Arizona "show-your-papers" immigration provision upheld...
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