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Join the Other Typing Monkeys

I haven’t tried out this community story-telling site yet, but it looks intriguing: One Million Monkeys Typing.  The site’s tagline: “An evolutionary writing site. Only the strongest stories survive.”

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As I write this, the site contains 69 partially-written stories.  Here are the posted instructions for contributing:

1. Read. Start reading.  When you finish a snippet of text, click ‘read more.’  You will be presented with three unique paths that continue the story.  If you like your options, keep reading.

2. Write. If you reach an end, or simply don’t like the story’s trajectory, graft a new snippet and take the story’s direction into your own hands.

3. Publish. Publish so that others may add on to your story.  If it gets ranked well and has enough offshoots it stays, if not, watch it wither and die.


More on Search Engine Terms

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My favorite search engine term so far:

“How to make a monkey through typing” brought someone here today.

I’d like to know how to do that, too!

Typing Monkey

I have nothing to say about this video, except to wonder if I’m totally warped for watching it 10 20 times in a row:

Typing Monkey, set to music by Piero Piccioni.

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