This is a video about my 'Quantum Storytelling' approach. It is produced by Grace Ann Rosile and David M. Boje. Boje narrates the video. The video presents the eleven D's of Quantum Storytelling from an ontological standpoint.
1. Directionality
2. Datability
3. Duration
4. Disclosability
5. Destining
6. Deployment
7. Dwelling
8. Deseverance
9. Drafts
10. Dispersion
11. Detaching

Joe T. Meier directed the video, Aron Hethcox did the sound, and Jones Huerta the sound. All songs, pictures, and art images are used with permission, and in accordance with IRB at NMSU.

This film is dedicated to my great grandfather, William Henry Shelton (born Jul 26 1863 in Brownstown, Indiana; died Aug 18 1946), who in 1897, crossed the Rocky Mountains, with his family, in a covered wagon, and opened the first blacksmith shop and livery stable in Goldendale, Washington.

David M. Boje, Ph.D. is a blacksmith and a Distinguish Achievement Professor, at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, US. His website is has, his books, and on line articles, and a blog to talk about quantum storytelling and blacksmith art in the Quantum Age.

For more information and references to books and articles mentioned in the video, see

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