Data Driven Serfdom occurs any time a person is either required or manipulated into virtually existing on someone else’s platform and they are not given a fair stake in the value generated from their data.
Sure, we had a coup, but it was a dumb one and doesn’t really count. And yes, we might still technically be in the midst of a once in a century global health crises, but there’s a vaccine now and that solved the whole thing and to pretend otherwise is a bit dramatic.
A streamlined summary of the lore and history of The Wheel of Time fantasy series by Robert Jordan (finished posthumously by Brandon Sanderson), beginning with the creation of its universe and ending with the events leading up to the first book.
Rememory is a game by the folks over at Storymatic Studios. It varies from the original storymatic in that instead of providing random writing prompts for fictional stories, Rememory is meant to facilitate the remembrance of events, emotions, states of being, and more from our past.
The Storymatic Classic is the flagship product of Storymatic Studios. It provides those using it with “six trillion stories in one little box.” An impressive feat! But one only possible with the help of a willing storyteller to use it.
In this episode of his podcast we turn the tables a bit. Instead of having him on Divi Nation to talk web design, he brings me onto his web design show to talk content and strategy.
I have found, that to get to a truly useful definition of stories, we have to ask: Why do stories exist in the first place?
The Tree of Life: A Simple Exercise for Reclaiming Your Identity and Direction in Life Through Story
It is a visual metaphor in which a tree represents your life and the various elements that make it up–past, present, and future. By labeling these parts, you not only begin to discover (or perhaps rediscover) aspects of yourself shaped by the past, but you can then begin to actively cultivate your tree to reflect the kind of person you want to be moving forward.
Retelling the Stories of Our Lives: Everyday Narrative Therapy to Draw Inspiration and Transform Experience
In a few hundred pages of incredibly readable and straightforward text, author and narrative therapist David Denborough unpacks some stunning insights into how stories shape both our internal and external lives.