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There are four throughlines that must be explored in every story for it to feel to readers or audience that the underlying issues have been fully examined and the message completely supported. Throughline 1: The Objective Story The Objective Story … Continue reading
There are four throughlines that must be explored in every story for it to feel to readers or audience that the underlying issues have been fully explored and the message fully supported. Throughline 1: The Objective Story The Objective Story is … Continue reading
Throughline Interactive Index Cards has five different layout views that help you organize your cards. The default view is called Freestyle and works just like a cork board. In the Freestyle Layout you can drag your cards anywhere on the screen, … Continue reading