Revision history for WikiAsAWritingSpace


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Last edited on 2013-03-06 06:40:04 by MorganAdmin

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Revision [12874]

Edited on 2013-03-05 07:30:44 by JackTuthill
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- Moleskin notebooks.
- Leather-bound journals
- 3G phones for notes, tweets, blog posts, mixed media updates.
- Now tablets for everything the heart desires.
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- Moleskin notebooks.
- 3G phones for notes, tweets, blog posts, mixed media updates.


Revision [12857]

Edited on 2013-03-04 17:30:41 by SarahDahlheimer
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You've reached the bottom of the page. Consider what you're being asked to do next. You're being invited to click on one of the links below, with the promise that one or all of them will lead to more: some development, some addition, some extension ... or to something else that somehow ties in with your experience of reading this page.
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You've reached the bottom of the page. Consider what you're being asked to do next. You're being invited to click on one of the links below, with the promise that on or all of them will lead to more: some development, some addition, some extension ... or to something else that somehow ties in with your experience of reading this page.


Revision [12792]

Edited on 2013-03-03 13:31:05 by MattLavrenz
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See also WikiAsChooseYourOwnAdventureBook
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//This can be moved to a new page: WikiAsChooseYourOwnAdventureBook//
I think that a Wiki could easily be used as a space for an unpublished author or writer to publish his or her work. I imagine it would be easy to have a easy to follow library, where somebody could click links to books or writings and then click the chapters of each book on that book's page. Almost like the way a Kindle or ereader works. Also a good format to write a choose your own adventure book.
On the topic of a choose your own adventure book, a creative author could use a wiki to set up their story, almost like a game. A reader would read the page then select a decision from a list of decisions.
For example:
You come across a deep ravine. There are no visible ways around this ravine. You do notice there is a rope bridge, however it doesn't look very stable. There is also a vine you could swing across on but it wouldn't be long enough to get you to the top so you would have to climb. Lastly you could summon a giant eagle to carry you across the ravine.
Do you:
- TakeTheRopeBridge
- SwingOnTheVine
- SummonAGiantEagle

You will notice if you click SummonAGiantEagle you get more story where the other two end the story. This is just something I thought would by a fun idea.
Written by: MattLavrenz


Revision [12725]

Edited on 2013-03-01 09:23:15 by MorganAdmin

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Revision [12724]

Edited on 2013-03-01 09:22:54 by MorganAdmin
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//This can be moved to a new page: WikiAsChooseYourOwnAdventureBook//


Revision [12709]

Edited on 2013-02-28 14:07:57 by MattLavrenz
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I think that a Wiki could easily be used as a space for an unpublished author or writer to publish his or her work. I imagine it would be easy to have a easy to follow library, where somebody could click links to books or writings and then click the chapters of each book on that book's page. Almost like the way a Kindle or ereader works. Also a good format to write a choose your own adventure book.
On the topic of a choose your own adventure book, a creative author could use a wiki to set up their story, almost like a game. A reader would read the page then select a decision from a list of decisions.
For example:
You come across a deep ravine. There are no visible ways around this ravine. You do notice there is a rope bridge, however it doesn't look very stable. There is also a vine you could swing across on but it wouldn't be long enough to get you to the top so you would have to climb. Lastly you could summon a giant eagle to carry you across the ravine.
Do you:
- TakeTheRopeBridge
- SwingOnTheVine
- SummonAGiantEagle

You will notice if you click SummonAGiantEagle you get more story where the other two end the story. This is just something I thought would by a fun idea.
Written by: MattLavrenz


Revision [6563]

Edited on 2009-02-07 17:05:20 by MorganAdmin
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- Cellphones for notes and poetry
- 3G phones for notes, tweets, blog posts, mixed media updates.
Deletions:
- Some are using cellphones for notes and poetry.


Revision [6562]

Edited on 2009-02-07 17:04:18 by MorganAdmin
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See also ReimaginingWriting


Revision [4069]

Edited on 2008-02-25 07:58:04 by MorganAdmin
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That option - the need to decide where to go next - is one of the RhetoricalCharacteristicsOfWikis.
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That option - Click here! - is one of the RhetoricalCharacteristicsOfWikis.


Revision [4062]

Edited on 2008-02-25 07:46:16 by MorganAdmin
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You've reached the bottom of the page. Consider what you're being asked to do next. You're being invited to click on one of the links below, with the promise that on or all of them will lead to more: some development, some addition, some extension ... or to something else that somehow ties in with your experience of reading this page.
That option - Click here! - is one of the RhetoricalCharacteristicsOfWikis.
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RhetoricalCharacteristicsOfWikis


Revision [4061]

Edited on 2008-02-25 07:42:39 by MorganAdmin
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When we look to the wiki as a writing space - collaborative or personal - we move into the realm of hypertext and topically oriented, ever-evolving writing.
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When we look to the wiki as a writing space - collaborative or personal - we move into the realm of hypertext and topically oriented, ever evolving writing.


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Edited on 2008-02-25 07:34:50 by MorganAdmin
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Consider spaces on and in which we write. Until the computer, these spaces were physical. With the advent of the ComputerAsWritingSpace, writing spaces become conceptually virtual with a physical interface.
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Consider spaces on and in which we write. Until the computer, these spaces were physical. With the advent ComputerAsWritingSpace, they become conceptually virtual with a physical interface.
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Revision [3967]

Edited on 2008-02-24 10:58:41 by MorganAdmin
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- Moleskin notebooks.
- Slips of paper stuffed in pockets and drawers.
- Typing it all out on a Remington using a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did that. And now everyone who uses a word processor can do it.
- Specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text.
- [[http://www.froyd.net/blog/2008/02/23/dissertation-planning/ A whiteboard and Post-Its]].
- Few use wax tablets or scrolls anymore.
- Some are using cellphones for notes and poetry.
Most computer writing spaces are designed for paper output meant to be read in a specified order. Even blogs are chronologically ordered. The end of the text is to become static: when finished, unchanged.
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Moleskin notebooks. Slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Typing it all out on a Remington using a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did that. And now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text. Or [[http://www.froyd.net/blog/2008/02/23/dissertation-planning/ a whiteboard and Post-Its]].
Few use wax tablets or scrolls anymore.
Most of the computer alternatives are designed for paper output meant to be read in a specified order. Even blogs are chronologically ordered. The end of the text is to become static: when finished, unchanged.


Revision [3965]

Edited on 2008-02-24 10:53:52 by MorganAdmin
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See also WikiAsAReadingSpace


Revision [3964]

Edited on 2008-02-24 10:51:11 by MorganAdmin
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Consider spaces on and in which we write. Until the computer, these spaces were physical. With the advent ComputerAsWritingSpace, they become conceptually virtual with a physical interface.
TheMemex
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Consider spaces on and in which we write. Until the computer, these spaces were physical. With the ComputerAsAWritingSpace, they become conceptually virtual with a physical interface.


Revision [3963]

Edited on 2008-02-24 10:50:42 by MorganAdmin
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Consider spaces on and in which we write. Until the computer, these spaces were physical. With the ComputerAsAWritingSpace, they become conceptually virtual with a physical interface.
Moleskin notebooks. Slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Typing it all out on a Remington using a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did that. And now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text. Or [[http://www.froyd.net/blog/2008/02/23/dissertation-planning/ a whiteboard and Post-Its]].
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Some use Moleskin notebooks. Others slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Still others type it all out on a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did it. Now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Some use specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text. Or some might use [[http://www.froyd.net/blog/2008/02/23/dissertation-planning/ a whiteboard and Post-Its]].


Revision [3962]

Edited on 2008-02-24 10:47:54 by MorganAdmin

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Revision [3956]

Edited on 2008-02-24 10:39:06 by MorganAdmin
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Some use Moleskin notebooks. Others slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Still others type it all out on a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did it. Now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Some use specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text. Or some might use [[http://www.froyd.net/blog/2008/02/23/dissertation-planning/ a whiteboard and Post-Its]].
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Some use Moleskin notebooks. Others slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Still others type it all out on a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did it. Now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Some use specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text. Or some might use [[http://www.froyd.net/blog/2008/02/23/dissertation-planning/ taped together pieces of paper and Post-Its]].


Revision [3931]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:45:22 by MorganAdmin
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Some use Moleskin notebooks. Others slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Still others type it all out on a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did it. Now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Some use specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text. Or some might use [[http://www.froyd.net/blog/2008/02/23/dissertation-planning/ taped together pieces of paper and Post-Its]].
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Some use Moleskin notebooks. Others slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Still others type it all out on a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did it. Now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Some use specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text.


Revision [3911]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:21:11 by MorganAdmin
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ComputerAsWritingSpace > start here for an overview
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ComputerAsWritingSpace


Revision [3909]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:17:28 by MorganAdmin
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Some use Moleskin notebooks. Others slips of paper stuffed in drawers. Still others type it all out on a long roll of computer paper. Kerouac did it. Now everyone who uses a word processor can do it. Some use specialized writing applications that allow organizing and note taking parallel to the main text.
Few use wax tablets or scrolls anymore.
Most of the computer alternatives are designed for paper output meant to be read in a specified order. Even blogs are chronologically ordered. The end of the text is to become static: when finished, unchanged.
When we look to the wiki as a writing space - collaborative or personal - we move into the realm of hypertext and topically oriented, ever evolving writing.
Deletions:
Some like Moleskin notebooks.


Revision [3908]

Edited on 2008-02-24 09:08:30 by MorganAdmin
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PersonalWikis
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PersonalWiki


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Edited on 2008-02-24 09:08:10 by MorganAdmin
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PersonalWiki


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Edited on 2008-02-24 09:02:35 by MorganAdmin
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Edited on 2008-02-24 09:01:58 by MorganAdmin
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CategoryWikiHandbook


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2008-02-24 09:00:35 by MorganAdmin
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