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v. t.1.To form or tell stories of; to narrate or describe in a story.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Through this event, we aim to storify the first decade of smartphones in India as well as enable a thought leadership platform for India to achieve 1 billion Smartphone users in the next 5-8 years.
It is time we put in conscious effort to storify our tourism, to explain why our country must remain central to the story of the human race.
Storify, another example of a user-curation platform, expressly advertises itself to users as a way to narrate--and to narrowcast--online content: "Storify lets you curate social networks to build social stories, bringing together media scattered across the Web into a coherent narrative." (15) Inviting users to participate socially and to produce a narrative from existing content, Storify exemplifies many of the hallmarks of digital participatory cultures already noted.
Review all the highlights via Storify timelines (1 and 2).
And the Association's social media accounts, including Facebook, @publichealth on Twitter and Storify, give instantaneous updates within users' feeds.
Overall, the students responded well to a fairly diverse curriculum [see a Storify by Denis Sergev (UEA) of tweets from participants at https://storify .com/meteodenny/pps20l6], and we recommend this model for future schools for early-career scientists.
[ View the story "Lightning and thunder dazzle skies over Doha" on Storify ] Last updated: April 14 2016 09:56 PM
If you do organise a chat, or if you've missed one you meant to log into, Storify ( can provide a story archive of what happens based on the hashtag.
For more, review the tweets on Storify ( or our blog, "Financial Literacy Summit Adds Up" ( financial-literacy-summit-adds-up).
posts to social media (Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, and Storify) directing readers to a blog post featuring your novel's cover, book blurb, and author bio
Author Anderson, a consultant in educational technology, provides step-by-step instructions for using the digital curation tools Evernote, Diigo, and Pocket in the classroom; other tools covered include Twitter, Pinterest, EduClipper, Storify, ThingLink, and Flipboard.