"Stories live on the landscape like geologic strata," — Krissy Clark, public radio journalist on California's KQED, talking about the realizations that originally drew her into journalism. Clark spoke Tuesday at the Conference on World Affairs on a panel about alternative jobs in journalism. Her passion project: Stories Everywhere, an effort to produce journalism with a very deep sense of place, and to embed that information into the landscape for people to find using phone apps, GPS, QR codes and other interactive technologies.

One Response to “Where story ideas come from”

  1. penguinchris says:

    I get what she’s alluding to with the geology reference, but I don’t think it’s quite apt. I think perhaps trees and plants are a better comparison.

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