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Gaylon

Are you aware that your STORYBOARDING article is being used by another web site? I found it at www.capcollege.bc.ca/dept/cmns/storyboarding.html. I don't recall their having given you credit for it. By the way, it is an excellent article and exactly what I needed.

Charles

I was wondering if there were any suggestions on how in depth each card should be. I find myself wanting to cover say an entire prologue in one card, to get through the entire idea for a book in the first 20 cards. Then go back and fill in, but I find myself thinking too deeply about what each card means , am I losing anything, missing the significance etc. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Robert Hadley

I find it recently very useful to use Microsoft PowerPoint to storyboard my idea progression. Much like 3 X 5 cards it limits info per idea and has the flexibility of ordering. I don't misplace any cards!! I find it more confidential under pass coding as well.

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