The Rise of Micro Storytelling: Twitter, Instagram, Vine...

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How internet is changing the rules of storytelling? Through a simple mashup of concepts and quotes I tried to show how social medias such as Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat, Vine, Tumblr, Reddit and more force us to master the art of getting to point. What I call the trend of micro storytelling. Original post here http://goo.gl/MbqgMV

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  1. 1. @GaelGuillet gael@scri.bz
  2. 2. THE UNIVERSE IS MADEOFSTORIES. NOTATOMS. MurielRukeyser
  3. 3. Onceuponatime… STORIES ETCH HISTORY.
  4. 4. STORIES MAKE THE PRESENT. Breakingnews!
  5. 5. STORIES BUILD THE FUTURE. Comingsoon…
  6. 6. « THE KEY TO A HEALTHY SOCIETY IS A THRIVING COMMUNITY OF STORYTELLERS.» FrancoSacchi
  7. 7. THE INTERNET IS MADEOFSTORIES. NOTCODE. Anonymous
  8. 8. 50 BILLION WEBPAGES ON GOOGLE. Twokidsinagarage…
  9. 9. 1.5 BILLION IPHONE USERS IN THE WORLD. Ahippieinafruitariandiet…
  10. 10. 1.1 BILLION FACEBOOK USERS IN THE WORLD. Astudentwhowantedtohook-up…
  11. 11. « WHOEVER TELLS THE BEST STORY SHAPES THE CULTURE. » ErwinMcManus
  12. 12. MAYBESTORIES ARE JUSTDATAWITH ASOUL. BrenéBrown
  13. 13. WE LOVE THE FEELING PART OF A STORY. Youweretaggedonapost.
  14. 14. WE LOVE THE THINKING PART OF A STORY. Anonymoussentyouafriendrequest.
  15. 15. WE LOVE THE SHARING PART OF A STORY. <embed>love</embed>
  16. 16. « ONE OF THE KEY QUALITIES OF ALL STORIES IS THAT THEY ARE MADE TO BE SHARED.» MarcoTempest
  17. 17. YOUARE WHAT YOUSHARE. CharlesLeadbeater
  18. 18. WE ALL WANT ROLES NOT ONLY GOALS. Updateyourstatus…
  19. 19. WE ALL WANT RULES NOT ONLY WILLS. Thequestofthethumbsup.
  20. 20. WE ALL WANT FANS NOT ONLY FRIENDS. WannaseemyKlout?
  21. 21. « THE RISE OF THIS “INTELLECTUAL-MATERIALISM” IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY APPARENT [..] IN WHAT IS ESSENTIALY THE COMMODITIZATION OF EXPERIENCES.» TheCulturalOmnivore
  22. 22. WITH GREATPOWERCOMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY. Voltaire
  23. 23. STORIES DELIGHT TO INSTRUCT. Nocensorship,speciallyonline...
  24. 24. STORIES DELIGHT TO LIVE. Warning,basedonatruestory...
  25. 25. STORIES DELIGHT TO DREAM. Lifehurts,wehidefromitinfiction...
  26. 26. « IF TELEVISION’S A BABYSITTER, THE INTERNET IS A DRUNK LIBRARIAN WHO WON’T SHUT UP. » DorothyGambrell
  27. 27. ATTENTION IS ALIMITEDRESOURCE ON THEINTERNET. NOTDISKCAPACITY. MillsDavis
  28. 28. WE WANT STORY SHORT. Smallisbeautiful.
  29. 29. Lifeisajoke. WE WANT STORY SIMPLE.
  30. 30. Whatelse? WE WANT STORY SEXY.
  31. 31. « THE MASTERY OF ANY MEDIUM USING MINIMAL ELEMENTS HAS LONG BEEN CONSIDERED A NOBLE ASPIRATION. » ScottMcCloud
  32. 32. ONEDAYIWILL FIND THERIGHTWORDS. ANDTHEY WILLBESIMPLE. JackKerouac
  33. 33. ‘’Seenbyeveryone’’ WRITTING IS PERCEIVED INFORMATION.
  34. 34. Ithink,thereforeIam. WRITTING IS THE REALM OF CONCEPTS.
  35. 35. LaughingMAO…? WRITTING IS AN ABSTRACT LANGUAGE TO DECODE.
  36. 36. « THE EASIEST THING FOR THE READER TO DO, IS TO QUIT READING. » JackFoster
  37. 37. TWEETS ANDTEXTMESSAGES KILLED THELONGNOVEL. AndrewBarger
  38. 38. 129.864.880 BOOKS PUBLISHED IN ALL OF MODERN HISTORY. @Librarypleasevisitme...
  39. 39. 2 MILLION BLOG POSTS WRITTEN EVERYDAY. @Bloghere’sthepackage…
  40. 40. 400.000.000 TWEETS SENT EVERYDAY. @TwitterStoriespleasekeepgoing!
  41. 41. By@loic@marcusnelson « GOOGLE BEFORE YOU TWEET IS THE NEW THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK. »
  42. 42. TWITTER OFFEREDAVERYRESTRICTEDSET OF PROTOCOLSTHATAWAKENTHE IMAGINATION. JohnHodgman
  43. 43. Fourmoreyears. ON TWITTER STORYTELLING IS VERY BRIEF.
  44. 44. Live,fromMars. ON TWITTER STORYTELLING IS REAL TIME.
  45. 45. Licensedtotweet. ON TWITTER STORYTELLING IS IMPROVISED.
  46. 46. « THE 140 CHARACTER LIMIT FORCES YOU TO MASTER THE ART OF GETTING TO THE POINT. » By@MadeaSimmons_
  47. 47. CONVERSATIONIS KING. CONTENTISJUSTSOMETHING TO TALKABOUT. CoryDoctorow
  48. 48. AROUND 10% OF ALL TWEETS ARE RETWEETS. #40MillionBeliebers
  49. 49. AROUND 40% OF ALL TWEETS ARE CONVERSATIONAL. @LadyGagaI<3you.
  50. 50. AROUND 50% OF ALL TWEETS INCLUDE A LINK. #OverCapacity
  51. 51. « WE ARE THE GENERATION OF SOCIAL MEDIA, OUR BIGGEST REVOLUTION IS A TWEET OF 141 CHARACTERS. » SandraChamiKassis
  52. 52. THESOULNEVER THINKS WITHOUT APICTURE. Aristotle.
  53. 53. Takealookatthis. PICTURE IS RECEIVED INFORMATION.
  54. 54. WOW! PICTURE IS THE REALM OF THE SENSES.
  55. 55. #Photooftheday PICTURE IS A SNAPSHOT OF REALITY.
  56. 56. « THE CAMERA IS AN INSTRUMENT THAT TEACHES PEOPLE HOW TO SEE WITHOUT A CAMERA. » DorotheaLange
  57. 57. THEBESTCAMERA IS THEONETHAT IS WITHYOU. ChaseJarvis
  58. 58. 500 MILLION PHOTOS UPLOADED PER DAY ONLINE. Copyingrealitytothecloud…
  59. 59. 40 MILLION PHOTOS POSTED PER DAY ON INSTAGRAM. Enhancingrealitythroughfilters…
  60. 60. 150 MILLION PHOTOS SHARED PER DAY ON SNAPCHAT. Disclosingrealityviamicro-sharing…
  61. 61. « WHAT I LIKE ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHS IS THAT THEY CAPTURE A MOMENT THAT’S GONE FOREVER, IMPOSSIBLE TO REPRODUCE. » KarlLagerfeld.
  62. 62. ADVENTURESAREN’T REAL UNLESSTHEYAREON INSTAGRAM. JeremyGlass
  63. 63. #Yummy#Instafood ON INSTAGRAM STORYTELLING IS INSTANTANEOUS.
  64. 64. Seekingbeautyinthebanal. ON INSTAGRAM STORYTELLING IS BEAUTIFUL.
  65. 65. Bestnetworkforilliterates. ON INSTAGRAM STORYTELLING IS UNIVERSAL.
  66. 66. « ARTS CONSISTS OF LIMITATIONS. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PART OF EVERY PICTURE IS THE FRAME. » GilbertK.Chesterton
  67. 67. THE PAINTERCONSTRUCTS, THE PHOTOGRAPHDISCLOSES. SusanSontag
  68. 68. 5,4,3,2,1…storydistroyed ON SNAPCHAT STORYTELLING IS EPHEMERAL.
  69. 69. Noembarrassingposts. ON SNAPCHAT STORYTELLING IS FEARLESS.
  70. 70. Sexting? ON SNAPCHAT STORYTELLING IS TEASING.
  71. 71. « A PICTURE IS A SECRET OF A SECRET. THE MORE IT TELLS YOU THE LESS YOU KNOW. » DianeArbus
  72. 72. THE PICTUREISOVER. NOW IHAVETOGOANDPUTIT ONFILM. AlfredHitchcock
  73. 73. Couch,food,ready. FILM IS DELIVERING STORIES.
  74. 74. Shakespearewoulda’love3D. FILM IS GIVING LIFE TO STORIES.
  75. 75. Onestory,variousinterpretations. FILM IS STIMULATING STORIES.
  76. 76. « I THINK CINEMA, MOVIES, AND MAGIC HAVE ALWAYS BEEN CLOSELY ASSOCIATED. THE VERY EARLIEST PEOPLE WHO MADE FILM WERE MAGICIANS. » FrancisFordCoppola
  77. 77. FILMMAKING IS ACHANCETOLIVEMANY LIFETIMES. RobertAltman
  78. 78. 1.764.727 MOVIES PRODUCED INCLUDING TV SINCE 1898. Therarityofthefame.
  79. 79. 100 HOURS OF VIDEO UPLOADED ON YOUTUBE PER MINUTE. Thedemocratisationforthefame.
  80. 80. 5 VIDEOS MADE ON VINE EVERY SECOND. Theaccelerationofthefame.
  81. 81. « IN THE FUTURE, EVERYBODY IS GOING TO BE A DIRECTOR. SOMEBODY’S GOT TO LIVE A REAL LIFE SO WE HAVE SOMETHING TO MAKE A MOVIE ABOUT. » CameronCrowe
  82. 82. [VINE] IT’SACODETHATUNLOCKS CREATIVITY INSIXSECONDBURSTS. MatHonan
  83. 83. IGIFyou,mofo. ON VINE STORYTELLING IS IN MOTION.
  84. 84. Yippyyoyippyyay♪ ON VINE STORYTELLING IS LOUD.
  85. 85. Repeat,againandagain. ON VINE STORYTELLING IS LOOPING.
  86. 86. « FILMMAKING IS NOT ABOUT THE TINY DETAILS, IT’S ABOUT THE BIG PICTURE. » EdWood
  87. 87. WHEN I’MMAKINGAFILM I’M THEAUDIENCE. MartinScorsese
  88. 88. Vinespectacularforvoyeuri..journalism. 40.4K TWEETS OF THE FIRST VINE ABOUT #BOSTONBOMBING.
  89. 89. Vinespectacularforbrandcontent. 2.000 RETWEETS OF THE TEASING VINE ABOUT #RANDOMACCESSMEMORIES.
  90. 90. Vinespectacularforbanalstuff. 1.600 LIKES FACEBOOK ON VINECATS.COM
  91. 91. « CINEMA IS A MATTER OF WHAT’S IN THE FRAME, AND WHAT’S OUT. » DianeArbus
  92. 92. WHATHAPPENBETWEEN THEPANELS IT’STHEKINDOFMAGIC ONLY COMICSCANCREATE. ScottMcCloud
  93. 93. Fillthegapbetweenthepanels. COMICS IS COLLABORATIVE STORYTELLING.
  94. 94. Mindthegapbetweentheshots. COMICS IS TIMELESS STORYTELLING.
  95. 95. Listenson,tomakebabies… COMICS IS MINIMAL STORYTELLING.
  96. 96. « COMICS IS A GREAT MEDIUM TO GET A LOT OF STORIES OUT. » SergioAragones
  97. 97. COMICS AREAGATEWAYDRUG TO LITERACY. ArtSpiegelman
  98. 98. Words,scriptureorcomics? 5K HIEROGLYPHS NUMBERED BY THE GRECO-ROMAN.
  99. 99. Kids,nerdsorgenius? 80.55 MILLION COMIC BOOKS SOLD IN NORTH AMERICA, MAY 2013.
  100. 100. Sketches,graphicnovelsormemes? EVERY 0.02 SECOND A NEW WEBCOMIC IS CREATED.
  101. 101. « I’M NOT A CARTOONIST. I’M A STAND UP COMEDIAN WHOSE STAGE IS THE INTERNET. » MatthewInman
  102. 102. WELIVEINAWEB OFIDEAS, AFABRICOFOUROWN MAKING. JosephChiltonPearce
  103. 103. Freedomofspeechorhackersland? 25 MILLION 4CHAN.COM MONTHLY UNIQUE VISITORS.
  104. 104. Micro-entertainingorsarcasmland? 73 MILLION 9GAG.COM MONTHLY UNIQUE VISITORS.
  105. 105. Micro-bloggingorcopyrightanarchy? 184 MILLION TUMBLR.COM MONTHLY UNIQUE VISITORS.
  106. 106. « WHEN SOMETHING IS SUCH A CREATIVE MEDIUM AS THE WEB, THE LIMITS TO IT ARE OUR IMAGINATION. » TimBernersLee
  107. 107. ANIDEAISNOTHINGMORE NORLESS THANANEWCOMBINATIONOF OLDELEMENTS. JamesWebbYoung
  108. 108. Unfilteredandencouragedplagiarism. WITH MEMES STORYTELLING IS RAW.
  109. 109. Samematerials,differentshit. WITH MEMES STORYTELLING IS CONSTRAINED. CAP_TION
  110. 110. Refreshtoremakethestory. WITH MEMES STORYTELLING IS INFINITE.
  111. 111. « EVERYTHING THAT NEEDS TO BE SAID HAS ALREADY BEEN SAID. BUT, SINCE NO ONE WAS LISTENING, EVERYTHING MUST BE SAID AGAIN. » AndréGide
  112. 112. [REDDIT] THEFRONTPAGE OF THEINTERNET. HuffmanandOhanian
  113. 113. Astoryiseitheralinkoratextpost… ON REDDIT STORYTELLING IS BASIC.
  114. 114. It’sallabouttheheadline… ON REDDIT STORYTELLING IS CATCHY.
  115. 115. Onemacro-organism,Nmicro-cells… ON REDDIT STORYTELLING IS VIRUS-LIKE.
  116. 116. « THE PURPOSE OF A STORYTELLER IS NOT TO TELL YOU HOW TO THINK, BUT TO GIVE YOU THE QUESTIONS TO THINK UPON. » BrandonSanderson
  117. 117. SMALL ROOMSDISCIPLINETHEMIND. LARGE ROOMSDISTRACTIT. LeonardDeVinci
  118. 118. MICRO-STORY IS ALL ABOUT CREATIVITY. Lessismore.
  119. 119. MICRO-STORY IS ALL ABOUT READABILITY. Theshorter,thesexier. XO
  120. 120. MICRO-STORY IS ALL ABOUT EXTENSIBILITY. Tobecontinued… ∞
  121. 121. « PEOPLE HAVE FORGOTTEN HOW TO TELL A STORY. STORIES DON’T HAVE A MIDDLE OR AN END ANY MORE. THEY USUALLY HAVE A BEGINNING THAT NEVER STOPS BEGINNING. » StevenSpielberg
  122. 122. ACONCLUSIONIS APLACE WHEREYOUGOTTIRED THINKING. MartinHFischer
  123. 123. STORIES NEVER REALLY START. Welcometofarfaraway...
  124. 124. STORIES NEVER REALLY END. Who’syourdaddy,now?
  125. 125. STORIES NEVER REALLY DYE. Begins.Falls.Rises.
  126. 126. « IF YOU WANT A HAPPY ENDING, THAT DEPENDS, OF COURSE, ON WHERE YOU STOP YOUR STORY. » OrsonWelles
  127. 127. B I B L I O G R A P H Y UnderstandingComics:TheInvisibleArt,ScottMcCloud TheStorytellingAnimal:HowStoriesMakeusHuman,JonathanGottschal MakingComics:StorytellingSecretsofComics,MangasandGraphicNovels,ScottMcCloud TheAnatomyofaStory:22StepstoBecomingaMasterStoryteller,JohnTruby HowtoGetIdeas,JackFoster,illustrationsbyLarryCorby SteallikeanArtist,AustinKleon
  128. 128. GaëlGuillet,cofounder@Scri_bz @GaelGuillet gael@scri.bz

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