Archive for the “Collective Storytelling” category

First Pass At It’s Your Stop

by Lynn on March 28, 2012

It’s Your Stop This week I spent some time sitting on the subway platform and getting more acquainted with the space and it’s people. One reason I wanted to do this was for people at the stop to recognize me when it (…)

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How The Other Half Lived

by Lynn on February 27, 2012

The Tenement Museum is an interesting hybrid museum that attempts to include the immersive narrative of reenactment museums without all the cheese along with real period artifacts and factual documents. The five-story tenement at 97 Orchard St. that housed 10,000 (…)

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Home Sweet Home-A Work In Progress

by Lynn on February 14, 2012

I grew up in New York City. I’ve lived here my entire life and until very recently I never thought I’d want to live anywhere else. In the past year however, I feel myself drifting from New York. It simply (…)

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Hourly Comic

by Lynn on February 7, 2012

I spent yesterday making an Hourly Comic. Here are the guidelines Hourly Comics are supposed to follow: -for every hour that you are awake on february first (that’s february first for whatever time zone you happen to be in), you (…)

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Hint Fiction

by Lynn on January 31, 2012

I just learned that there are many interesting movements out there dedicated to short stories, and when I say short, I mean short. There is the 6-word story, Hint Fiction in which an author must write a story in 25 words or (…)

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