Storytelling Stub

Which book or website do you use to learn storytelling skills?
People often ask me the question. Honestly, I don’t have a particular preference, but I’m sharing some resources that may help you for writing and storytelling. I don’t encourage or discourage its use. Please try for yourself and see if it works for you or not.

ChatGPT Is Overrated!

Am I the only one who is fed up with hearing ChatGPT? I work in the IT industry, and while I appreciate the technology and enjoy witnessing its evolution, I must admit that it has been overused and/or misused, which is concerning…

Am I on the AI Naughty List?

The other day, a blog article about “How To Write A Blog with ChatGPT” caught people’s attention. The focus was not about the article itself though. It was about his friend’s comment after seeing the screenshot he posted in the article…

I Say Chicken. You Say What?

“He looks like a penguin.”
Is it a compliment or an insult? What does it mean? Is he in a black & white outfit, waddling, heavy, or noisy?…

Eliminate Negative Words

Somebody was talking about ableism the other day. Ableism is the discrimination of and social prejudice against people with disabilities based on the belief that typical abilities are superior. As an example, she picked crazy…

When to Stop Editing?

I don’t know about you, but editing is a joy and also a nightmare for me. I enjoy editing. I love editing. Every time I perform, I find something to improve, so I edit. Whenever I edit, I want to try my story out on the stage, so I do…

Reinvent Your Game with Deep Learning

Something has changed about Master Habu, a professional shogi player and a chess FIDE Master. Shogi, known as Japanese chess, is a strategy board game for two players. Habu is the only person to simultaneously hold…

How to Boost Learning

Does anybody have problem with memorizing new things? Forgetting is natural, but how can we slow it down and let the memory stick? Iowa State Psychology Professor Shana Carpenter says combining two strategies…

How To Say It

Do you read contracts? Who does? Why is legal language so incomprehensible for general public? This year, a paper titled “Poor writing, not specialized concepts, drives processing difficulty in legal language,” won…

What Is the Tetrad?

The Tetrad method was developed by Marshall McLuhan. It’s an idea of using tetrads to apply a consistent mode of analysis to different media. The idea behind them is simple…

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