Jul 17, 2012

Qwikstory Puts a Creative Social Spin on Storytelling
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Media, Social Media

Qwikstory wants its users to tell a story — but not necessarily their own story.The newly developed site works like a giant game of telephone. The first user begins their story thread — each post is limited to 1,000 characters — and after that any other user can continue the tale.

Though the original thread creator has access to deny additions to the story, they can’t continue their own story unless someone else has added a section. It’s classic storytelling, just with a social network twist.

Qwikstory is meant to foster a sense of teamwork and personal thought, creator B.E. McFadden tells Mashable.
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