The world has rapidly evolved, yet the way we tell stories is still linear and passive. How do we weave a cohesive narrative around the massive amounts of data, separate media silos and new interaction models? This space seeks to explore how we can re-craft the way we tell stories. Perhaps then, we can change the stories themselves.

A network for self-directed learners

an open learning network that will enable anybody to learn whatever they want, however they want, and tap from a collective intelligence — drawing connections between silos of content which already exist.

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Can we prevent history from repeating by reimagining how we tell it?

Hypothesis: We are doomed to repeat history until we get better at making people remember it, and getting better at telling history means we must attempt to get better at telling complex narratives.

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Questioning the way we display content

how do we enable depth, context and relationships?

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An interactive life story

Imagine being able to explore interactive life stories of people? It would be like visiting a museum, except for a human being. We could identify themes, or see what was happening during a lead up to a major life event. We could get a sense of how someone has navigated their chaos.

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What are the stories we tell about mental health? This little site seeks to contemplate the questions.