Day 170: The Technology of Storytelling

In a world where spoken word events are becoming more popular than reading poetry and the novella is making a comeback, Joe Sabia gives a short, quirky talk on the changing face of storytelling, using his iPad.
There’s a Taiwanese company who interpreted American politics in 3D, the story of love told through Google’s search engine and even the writing of stories on Twitter. The simple book may have evolved, and Sabia tells us, it’s all down to a German who decided enough was enough. In 19th century Germany, Lothar Meggandorfer invented the world’s first pop- up book. And the world has been filled with Lothan Meggandorfers ever since.
Sabia’s presentation is fun and a storytelling experience in itself. Think outside the box of storytelling!


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