SixQs began with my very personal need to “See the whole story”. A deep-rooted need that evolved throughout my life and gave me a clear direction in times of uncertainty and confusion.
Then I realized that – with this growing gap between the intense daily singular events on one end, and the great stories and myths which organize full lifetimes and generations on the other – it may be sensible to introduce an Internet solution that “recognizes the story in the details and the details in the story”, and enables anyone to follow their own paths, while having them interact and meet with others, generating better understanding and creativity.
A number of talented and generous individuals helped me to develop SixQs, which’s name was inspired by the following poem by Rudyard Kipling:
“I keep six honest serving-men
(They taught me all I knew);
Their names are What and Why and When
And How and Where and Who.”
SixQs is a Digital Scenarios Network. An online system developed by Baalil Ltd. (The meaning of which is “certainly; clearly; surely; explicitly; evidently; in a visible, obvious and definite manner…”. The type of service it wishes to offer)
With SixQs, you can record life stories, learn and analyze various cases, plan, coach, produce and implement different projects. It’s a tool with which you can design Scenarios depicting series of events taking place in the past, present or future. You can examine Scenarios shared by other users, customize them to answer your own needs, share them with friends, smartly analyze them, merge them and generally create an entire web of deep understanding and effective, coordinated, action. If you’re an expert in certain fields, you can use SixQs to demonstrate your expertise and advertise your services in response to actual demand.
Focusing on Digital Scenarios as an innovative type of information-rich media, SixQs adds new abilities to the existing networks of digital content and social relations.
“Problems are not going to get solved until we sit down with somebody else and really listen to their stories, so we can get to understand each other rather than blowing each other up. The more we put labels on people, the more we are destined not to know them. When we really know somebody else’s story, you can't hate them anymore. It’s a wonderful tool for peace.”– Storyteller Nancy Duncan
With deep appreciation for anyone whose dream is to correct, connect and create…