Zaffire Wolf (zaffirewolf) wrote in nuttyindustries,
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An Auspicious Day for Pokey the Penguin fans!

HOORJ! Collaborative Storytelling Contrivance has returned from server trouble limbo, for all your Pokey the Penguin storytelling collaboration needs!

For reference, here are the possible URLs, all of which end in .story9000.org
arcticcircle
bin
choose
dist
excitation
foyer
from-my-life
hieroglyphs
one-day-in-dc
skeptomaze
stories-of-things-found
stories-of-things-lost
tunnel
unblink
valley-of-flames
www

You'd think this would be more popular, seeing as how it's the most convenient collaborative storytelling tool anywhere (that I've yet seen).
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Hi zaffirewolf - this is from s9k. I seek input to improve s9k.

First improvement will be a mechanism for all to fashion their own s9k areas.

Do you suggest more?
Improve s9k? I suppose my only suggestion is that there somehow be a way to jump to the end of a thread faster, though because of the innovative splitting nature of the story threads, I'm having trouble seeing how this would work, since technically any point in a story thread can be an "end". So far, it's up to people to browse the stories themselves and bookmark the page where they left off (though a lazy person I knew said he didn't think it was worth it--silly him).

That, and more visitors/activity, but then that's really up to individuals browsing the unternet. I submitted the main page to StumbleUpon, but I'm not sure what else I can do without sounding like an advertisement.
Also maybe a thing to see when the most recent update was, so I know to enter an area to seek out this latest addition. Some kind of thread-navigation would be nifty, as well. I'm sorry, this is probably an overload.

Also, I noticed not all areas allow for image referencing with [image:filename.123] (where 123 is whatever image file extension thingy is acceptable). But that would probably be a data overload.

It sure would be nice to see more people hammering away at collaborative storytelling in the whimsical and genial Pokey the Penguin fashion.