the living art of storytelling in Massachusetts

Let's share what we know on this subject. Attached are the notes from The STF workshop I did based on the one Stu and I gave the year before "The Revolution Has Been Digitized"

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Nothing at all.
Anyone else help us out?

Norah Dooley said:
Hey there Vernon - What do you know about this stuff?
Looked interesting - Low price PC software for video
and some open source links
Dunno about this free LINUX for PC stuff but I bet some is as good as above software.
see list at
or check these links:
If I were in charge of Mac Fairies they would drop off a free MacBook at every house where people create content!
Hi Norah and all,

Thanks for sharing your notes, there is a ton of useful information there.

I was to be one of the presenter's at the NSN conference last week. I was on a panel discussion about Internet Technology and Storytelling but due to a family emergency I had to cancel. However, I have posted my handout online at my website and I have attached the pdf file here as well. I am sure you and I have a cross over on much of the information but I thought I would share it in case there was something of use for everyone.

I began my own blog this past March and try to add something at least once a month. It is a good way to capture experiences and promote storytelling at the same time. I am still finding what
journaling style works best for me. I did recently add a link to downloadable book, Old Peter's Russian Tales, and an article I wrote about my storytelling troupe.If you want to view it go to Every little bit of Internet presence helps our work, no matter how great or small.

I'm sorry I missed your first gathering, I have no doubt you were all FABULOUS!
Thanks so much for sharing this with the community - it is an elegant body of work.

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Stories in the Streets in an outreach literacy program that focuses on families in at-risk areas and fosters community engagement in storytelling by: 1) Creating opportunities for public storytelling wherever families gather — a farmer’s market, laundromat, or food line; and, 2) Offering storytelling workshops that raise family engagement in literacy, cultural awareness and community understanding.  The program is currently active in Lawrence, Brockton and Randolph.


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