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'''WikiStory''' is a collaborative multiple author work of fiction hosted in a wiki format. Authorship can be restricted and self selecting or open invitation combined with personal invitations (as it is in the seminal story  
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'''WikiStory''' is a collaborative multiple author work of fiction hosted in a wiki format. Authorship can be restricted and self selecting or open invitation combined with personal invitations (as it is in the seminal story ''[[Digital Nomads]]'' by [[digital nomads authors|us]]).
[[Digital Nomads]] by [[digital_nomads_authors | us]]).  
 
  
WikiStorys uses the wiki discussion page as the forum for communication amongst the author about the direction of and purpose of t story. Some WikiStorys will be used like fables, where an ethical statement is being advanced by the story (which in Digital Nomads might be summed as "if we work this together, trust and use these mobile tech tools, we can build a new better culture") and the authors rally around the poetic expression of that moral.
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WikiStorys uses the wiki discussion page as the forum for communication amongst the author about the direction of and purpose of t story. Some WikiStorys will be used like fables, where an ethical statement is being advanced by the story (which in Digital Nomads might be summed as "if we work this together, trust and use these mobile tech tools, we can build a new better culture") and the authors rally around the poetic expression of that moral.
  
  
 
[[Category:Practice of Sharing]]
 
[[Category:Practice of Sharing]]

Revision as of 12:40, 1 December 2008

WikiStory is a collaborative multiple author work of fiction hosted in a wiki format. Authorship can be restricted and self selecting or open invitation combined with personal invitations (as it is in the seminal story Digital Nomads by us).

WikiStorys uses the wiki discussion page as the forum for communication amongst the author about the direction of and purpose of t story. Some WikiStorys will be used like fables, where an ethical statement is being advanced by the story (which in Digital Nomads might be summed as "if we work this together, trust and use these mobile tech tools, we can build a new better culture") and the authors rally around the poetic expression of that moral.