7 thoughts on “The Very Hungry (for knowledge) Caterpillar

  1. NoiseProfessor

    I love the way that this relatively small, quiet event becomes such a compelling tale as it is unwound and played out! I don’t think that Kathy (my local expert) is on Twitter, but I’ll share this with her. Here’s Dr. Art Shapiro’s site – http://butterfly.ucdavis.edu/ – for all of your butterfly ID needs. 🙂

  2. Jim Groom

    This is amazing—in fact, I think Alan would call it an amazing tale of openness, but I digress. Cool to see the network groove like it does, and what’s more the archiving and representation of it through Storify is really impressive to me, not a tool to be underestimated in this regard. You rock.

  3. Giulia Post author

    I’m adding the website to the storify now! Thanks again, Zack. You & Kathy reign!

  4. Giulia Post author

    I love weaving these images&tweets together. Almost as much as I love feedback from the bava. NOBODY!

  5. Andy McKiel

    Wow, Giulia – your creativity will never cease to amaze me 🙂
    I love the way you’ve spun our little tale into a life of it’s own!

    The beauty of this caterpillar weaving across the lawn toward Tom Thomson’s tree first inspired me. But the way you’ve metamorphosed this critter into a beautiful narrative of the power of the network brings the story full circle.

    Truly inspirational.
    Thanks for this 🙂

  6. Darren Kuropatwa

    I’m always gobsmacked by this stuff.

    Like the bava says, Alan has woven together many of these amazing tales but each and every time I feel like a little kid, eyes wide open, discovering bubble blowing for the first time. And this time, a little caterpillar is immortalized.

    Awesome Giulia.

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