Moments is a social platform for creators to connect with other creators and their audience, develop and publish their stories together.

Built to encourage collaboration between creators of all kinds and increase creative possibilities.

Start creating your story on Moments and present it to the community, invite others to participate and contribute with whatever skills they have to add art, ideas, narratives and characters and build an amazing story together.

Co-creation:To create (something) by working with one or more others” (Webster dictionary)

We all have different skills and an ability to contribute, build your profile and present your skill set, upload your portfolio and let others know how you can help them.

Different formats

A story can be told in many different ways, a good story can be told across different formats.

With Text, Video, Audio and Image formats available, you can now create your story using different dimensions.

Start with a video, continue with written text, have audio bites in it and more- each moment  is unique and can move the plot forward in whatever way you choose.

Groups

Invite your friends or find new friends on Moments to create with you. 

From brainstorming, plot layout planning, through editing and all the way to publishing and selling your book- it all happens on Moments.

Content rights

As in any creation, and especially ones posted online, the issue of copy rights is always a sensitive one.

We aim to provide you with a safe and inspiring creation environment where your content right are protected and each participant in a project is rewarded based on their contribution.

Technology provides us with many new and amazing tools for publicly storing and securing your data safely- blockchain technology is one of these tools and we’re looking into this technology as a means of simple and decentralized storage and documentation.

This is still in progress, so stay tuned for updates.

Storytelling predates writing.

The earliest forms of storytelling were usually oral combined with gestures and expressions. Some archaeologists believe rock art may have served as a form of storytelling for many ancient cultures.

The Australian aboriginal people painted symbols from stories on cave walls as a means of helping the storyteller remember the story. The story was then told using a combination of oral narrative, music, rock art and dance, which bring understanding and meaning of human
existence through remembrance and enactment of stories. People have used the carved trunks of living trees and ephemeral media (such as sand and leaves) to record stories in pictures or with writing. 

With the advent of writing and the use of stable, portable media, stories were recorded, transcribed and shared over wide regions of the world. Stories have been carved, scratched, painted, printed or inked onto wood or bamboo, ivory and other bones, pottery, clay tablets, stone, palm-leaf books, skins (parchment), bark cloth, paper, silk, canvas and other textiles, recorded on film and stored electronically in digital form.

Modern storytelling has a broad purview. In addition to its traditional forms (fairy-tales, folktales, mythology, legends, fables etc.), it has extended itself to representing history, personal narrative, political commentary and evolving cultural norms.

Contemporary storytelling is also widely used to address educational objectives. New forms of media are creating new ways for people to record, express and consume stories. Tools for asynchronous group communication can provide an environment for individuals to re-frame or recast individual stories into group stories. Games and other digital platforms, such as those used in interactive fiction or interactive storytelling, may be used to position the user as a character within a bigger world. Documentaries, including interactive web documentaries, employ storytelling narrative techniques to communicate information about their topic.