Enter the Story Booth
Just a thought from 31 July 2003 about .

Reposted from Storyblog 'cause it's so gosh darn nifty: This is just about the coolest thing I've seen in a long time. Newsweek reports on a new initiative spearheaded by David Isay of Sound Portraits called StoryCorps. The plan is to put up "StoryBooths" in public places, where participants work with facilitators to record their oral histories. When they're done, the participants get a copy on CD, and so does StoryCorps. Ultimately they also plan to distribute StoryKits for home recording. In the end they hope to build a giant audio archive of American stories.

This section is called Just a Thought. It's a blog where I post little pieces of what I'm thinking about at the moment. This page is an individual entry called “Enter the Story Booth” that I wrote on 31 July 2003.

Before this, I wrote a little something called “Hey buddy, want an mp3?” on 30 July 2003. After this, I wrote “Holy Shit” on 1 August 2003.

Hey buddy, want an mp3?
After listening to a particularly frustrating show on "Online Music Piracy" on KQED this morning, I got to thinking about...
30 July 2003

Holy Shit
I know I should be all professional and mellow about this, but screw that. Armistead Maupin will be performing at...
1 August 2003

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Working the web since 1995, Derek Powazek is the creator of many award-winning websites, a couple of which still exist. Derek is the cofounder of JPG Magazine and the CCO of 8020 Publishing. Derek lives in San Francisco with his wife, two nutty Chihuahuas, a grumpy cat, and a house full of plants named Fred. More »

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