Starting with changing your Facebook page name, attempting to line up the ducks is most likely a mug’s game.
If this is the case, although I admire the development of artificial intelligence as a forerunner to an intellect much higher than our own, when it comes to my page name request, it doesn’t seem to be able to grasp the subtleties. That doesn’t mean it’s interfering with my work.
It was denied because the two page titles were as unlike as I love New York and I love San Francisco, and therefore misleading to my followers. Why You Must Blog vs. Why Your Stories Matter was rejected because of this.
Ah. However, this is not the case.
If you’re going to be excellent at blogging it’s important to know what you’re writing about. In this book, you’ll learn why your tales matter, and you’ll find out that they really do.
Since I started this site to assist others share their tales online, I’ve decided to branch out into teaching others how to do it offline as well.
That’s why we’re appealing. For all of its arbitrary decision-making, I’m not convinced Face Book’s version of Siri will appreciate the business case or how irritating it is.
To top it all off, this was merely the beginning of a 12-week effort to hold a public workshop. You will learn why and how to use narrative as your most powerful instrument for communication. Online and off!