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Story Lab

1. Story-Telling: Who, what, when, where, how? What is a story? A way of seeing, articulating, constructiong a world? A way of connecting realities? Tell a Story; your story? 2. Mythology: The Story of Cultures. A way of creating, organising, and paricipating in the world. A paradigm for being in the world: Sotry/myth as working model. Myth to culture to society to daily lives in the concentric myth's story. 3. Mythology: The template of realities. Myth's story as bringer of order from chaos; creating "reality". Myth's story as generator of memes; memory packets. 4. Ritual: The story performed. Ritual as a story "place" manifested. Place as the reference of ritual's story. Ritual as a story told in on multiple levels, and interactions: word, action, objects, movements, sounds, sights, smells, and atmosphere. Ritual's stories as a place to heal, communicate origins, and belong [to]. The Body of a story: the story we share, beg/middle/end. Biology in a place - an extrapolated metaphor. 5. The Anatomy of Story Story, Plot, Theme, Character, Style, Genre, Expression. Thiking and being in episodes. TGhe techniques and elements of story telling and making. THe necessity, centrality, variety, and simplicity of plots. 6. Story Moves from One Place to Another. The removal from one place and origins to a new place and reality. Breakdown of the old, making of the new: Post-modernism. Creating a new story: The confluence of cultures and stories. The metapor of the body updated and transformed by technology; the microscopic meets the far terrestrial in simultaneity. 7. Story in a Changing World. The Chasm between YESTERDAY and TOMORROW. 8. From Orality to Writing. Signs to Language. Individual and Collective Writing. Language and Logic. ** and IL-logic !!! *** 9. Language and the Visual How many words in a look? 10. Literacy as Mediateing Mechanism 11. THe Sense of Design Drawing on the Future Drawing on the Virtual 12. From Democracy to Media-ocracy - a Sense of the Future. The Interactive Future. Transcending Literacy. 13. A new Story paradigm emerges: The End of History. A strucrtural re-ordering of the world: A new mythology, ritual, and body. Reflections of social and cultural evolution. The collapsing of stories and cultures. Machine and semi-conductor as memory. Over-lapping and inter-connected realities: Non-linearity. {Back to Story Lab "stuff"}

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