Special terminology found in the "Wiki fiction stew" collaborative fiction writing project.
Fair Trade and Labor Practices ConferenceEdit
The rules clearly state that no writer may write for a character they did not create.
- How will we deal with situations where 2 or more characters interact? Who will write those sections?
Will Stanley attend a conference with this title? Will anarchists picket there?
- Isn't it more likely that the conference will have a different name dressing up exploitation and environmental harm as efficiency or something like that? Proxima Centauri 14:07, 14 April 2009 (UTC)
- So far, we are throwing ideas around. I suggested "Fair Trade and Labor Practices Conference" because it was the first idea that came into my head. If Stanley actually has different plans then just make the change. --JWSchmidt 14:57, 14 April 2009 (UTC)
I've thought of a way of making that work. Proxima Centauri 16:42, 16 April 2009 (UTC)
Mirror World is an Arizona-based cosmetics company owned by President George Windsor. Kenta Hamasaki works there was a minor project leader in the fragrances department. Mirror World recently sent Hamasaki to advertise the product his team developed in New York.
Museum of Ancient and Modern TechnologiesEdit
(MAMT) Includes a "think tank" or "research institute" devoted to the study of technology. Exta Ghantesvara is the head curator.
Fictional Objects / SubstanceEdit
Nanites are nanorobotic devices that can invade human bodies. They are so small that they can go undetected. Extraterrestrial civilizations with technology somewhat more advanced than that of Earth (in 2010) can use nanite probes to study human culture on Earth.
Power of thoughtEdit
Flarsh has the ability to "shapeshift". What is "Shapeshifting"? Is this particular story going to be a fantasy in which Flarsh has the ability to magically transform objects into alternate forms or is there some natural limit to these shapeshifting abilities?
Characters that are not central to the story but are mentioned in places.