In which Duo cooks and tells you how.
Some regular readers (do we have regular readers?) may know that I occasionally consult a book called the I Ching. I do this by throwing sticks at a mat in a very complicated way. That’s …
Good evening sirs and/or madams. I must deliver to you a pressing communique from a CLOSE PERSONAL FRIEND. My friend/associate goes by the name of TENNYSON GRINN, ESQ. Please find attached a photograph of the …
In which Duo gives you a 2-for-1 in the form of interview plus personal task completion! What a bargain!
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/matcha-cookies-four-ways/
Dec 10 2014
Some regular readers (do we have regular readers?) may know that I occasionally consult a book called the I Ching. I do this by throwing sticks at a mat in a very complicated way. That’s not important right now. What’s important is that this month has been a big one for me, my life has …
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/taking-my-own-advice/
Nov 11 2014
Good evening sirs and/or madams. I must deliver to you a pressing communique from a CLOSE PERSONAL FRIEND. My friend/associate goes by the name of TENNYSON GRINN, ESQ. Please find attached a photograph of the aforementioned: Tennyson Grinn is an imaginary person. BUT DO NOT LET THAT FOOL YOU. Tennyson Grinn may be imaginary, but …
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/urgent-business-message/
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/a-tale-of-two-bunnies/
Oct 08 2014
So when I’m going someplace, one of three things is usually true:
1) I’m traveling by myself and know exactly where I’m going.
2) I’m not going anywhere in particular, and don’t really care to.
3) I’m with someone else and have made them completely responsible for knowing where we are.
I have a hard time with uncertainty. And that’s why, a few years ago, it took a very special set of circumstances to make me ask a stranger for directions.
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/forced-disconnect/
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/strange-insertion/
Oct 03 2014
Adler Planetarium Saturday 6:30 Pm Finish Stage 773 Midnight Donations for Net Neutrality This event is 100% free, so why are we asking people to donate? This year we’ve decided to do something special and we’ve partnered with Common Cause, a group that’s educating the public about the importance of Net Neutrality. Looking at past …
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/rajen-2014-info-dump/
Oct 03 2014
This month the audience chose to go out and find strangers with special places to go. We got a lot of good suggestions. (You can follow us on Instagram/storyluck and twitter/storyluck to watch us live tweet the event!)
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/a-month-of-disconnect-yourself/
Oct 01 2014
Hey Runners and Robot Apocalypse: Journey to the End of the Night participants,
The all new Team Sign Up form is in.
This year we are trying out a new system to make it easier for people to donate, for people to rally around teams they like and donate on behalf of those teams. This is our first year trying this, and we are doing it due to overwhelming feedback that this is something people would appreciate. It doesn’t look very web 2.0 right now but it works, and I think it’s a stepping stone for cooler things to happen in the future. With teams having their own pages that they can customize and log their stories and stats.
This race is 100% free. There are no tickets and there never will be. Coming out to play and bringing your friends is all we care about.
We put RAJEN on because we want you, our fans, our friends, our members, the Story Luck kids, and those of you who have no idea who we are to have an adventure. We want you to spend a night creating new stories in the city of Chicago. We think that’s a public good. We put this on every year no matter what. And we will continue to do so until the end of time. We love it.
Every year, people ask, “Why don’t you make the race for charity? You know, like race for the cure, or a fun run. If you charged five dollars, people would totally pay to do this. It has to cost you money to put it on!”
While that sentiment is really super double plus nice, and you’re always very generous with the buckets and hats we pass, and while we know you’d be willing to pop a Lincoln to play, we want to make several things very clear. This race is licensed to us via a creative commons non commercial license. At it’s heart, this race is about free imaginative play. It’s about a group of volunteers getting together in order to give you an amazing experience, without expecting anything in return. RAJEN, and JEN in general is a gift. We take that very seriously.
This race has flourished all over the world due to it’s free and open nature. It’s flourished because there aren’t any gatekeepers. Not even $5 stands between someone and playing this game.
That got us thinking, even though we think of RAJEN as our charity work, it might make sense to use it as a mechanism to help other charities we care about.
We are happy to announce that we will be raising money this year for Common Cause’s campaign to educate people on the importance of net neutrality.
Net neutrality is the idea that your data shouldn’t be throttled artificially. Net neutrality is the idea that all data over the internet should be treated equally and that there shouldn’t be gatekeepers between you and the information you seek, whether that be a small website like Storyluck.org or a big one like CNN.
This year we will be splitting donations equally with Common Cause. Click here to find out more information on how they are educating people on Net Neutrality.
And click here to sign up as a team for RAJEN.
Thank you for being generous with your money and your time.
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/2014teamsignup/
Sep 10 2014
My first attempt at this task failed. I wanted to call an old friend in California, but he’s still not picking up his phone. From what I understand, he doesn’t pick up his phone no matter who’s calling. I think he’s writing a novel. Plan B was probably better anyway. There’s somebody close to me …
Permanent link to this article: http://storyluck.org/mending-bridges/