Tapesty is a simple authoring tool for creating simple, clickable stories, viewable in any browser, or on an iPhone or Android. I don’t know why, but I find it charming and compelling. Here’s my first Tapestry story: #great #porn #loglines.
A mundane bowl of soup transforms itself into a life-altering statement about art and lesson in the nature of memory.
“And thy land says to thee: Ah, my child of far-off father! Come, lift me, lift me a little while, that poppies and wheat may blow on the level wind that moves between my breast and thine! Then sink with me, and we will make one mound.
I don’t feel “alive” in the city. I feel anxious and eager to flee. Here’s why.
By combining clear themes with compelling imagery and events both internal and external — and being forced to write quickly and write short — I found the depth I wanted in five minutes. It’s been a beautiful discovery to make.
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The disappearance of paper money would not represent the dominance of a particular technology; it means we would be living in a different society.
The stories that reveal us at our most vulnerable are often our best ones…I consider this to be one of my strongest pieces.
Barbara dropped the needle and the room was filled with the voice of Bill Cosby doing a routine about dentists. He was funny. His audience was laughing, most of my classmates were laughing. But I wasn’t laughing. I was looking at the clock, watching the minutes slip away.