30 days of writing ideas #3: A request to share a true story based on Internet-sharing from Alan Levine

Submitted by Fiona Beal

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Alan Levine is someone I have come to appreciate when it comes to writing ideas – in fact I would call him a digital writing guru! His two wikis, Cogdogroo (found at http://cogdogroo.wikispaces.com) and 50+ Web2 ways to tell a story found at http://50ways.wikispaces.com/  give loads of wonderful ideas for writing. 



Purely by chance I came across this video of his on YouTube made in January 2013 asking people to… (he can say it better than I can) …“Yes, it is another call for what I call “True Stories of Open Sharing” – examples of people’s experiences of unexpected outcomes when they share something openly online. I will be building a new collection at  http://cogdogblog.com/stuff/truestori… – and if you have one to share, either make it a video response here or submit a URL for a video to http://bit.ly/truestories13.”



If you go to Alan’s blog http://stories.cogdogblog.com/ you’ll find a collection of these stories to listen to.


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Listen to what he says on the video below and then decide….

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