“Cadeveo” has posted about “10 Books That Began Your Journey Down the Rabbit-Hole”:
This oneâ€™s for all of the others who reside in any of the hundreds or thousands of disreputable parallel worlds that our more â€œreasonable,â€ brethren and sister-en refer to as the domain of those â€œtin-foil hat types.â€ For the uninitiated, Iâ€™ll clue you in. No one actually wears those tin foil hats, not even the supposed tin-foil hat types. [CD: Hasn’t heard ofÂ Who is Benjamin Stove? or SammeeeeesÂ obviously]
[…] What are the ten books that first initiated your journey down the rabbit-hole? Maybe they were the books that sparked your search for the truth about JFK or some other world event, about yourself or about that whole elusive thing called Reality. Perhaps these are the ten books that got you questioning all the received truths fed to you in school, by the media and by the well-meaning and equally deluded folks around you. Or maybe these are the ten books that brought you to that jaw-drop moment. You know, the moment when where your tiny bubble of consciousness exclaimed to itself, to everything and nothing: â€œWowâ€¦reality is sloppy, messy, poetic, fun, crazy and,generally, a million times more maddening, frightening, beautiful, love-filled and awe-inspiring than the very boring version Iâ€™ve been led to believe in!â€¦And Iâ€™m part of it!â€
At the IAB Leadership Forum onÂ User-Generated Content and Social Networking held on June 4th in New York,Â Tom Troja (VP of Marketing for PajamasÂ Media)Â had this to say about how storytelling changes in the UGC context.