When you take on anything for some time, whether a job, hobby, sport, or some other activity, do you aspire to bring something to it that will change, expand, and/or improve it? I don’t necessarily mean anything revolutionary, even something noticeable to many. Just something you can lay claim to, or lay claim to independently if someone else had done the same thing obscurely. This is what I ultimately do in anything I take up, usually after I get some foundational understanding of the matter, like how things worked, how they came to be where they are now, what has been done and what is being done, what has not and why, etc. That’s when I ask myself this metaphorical quote of what will you bring to the game? Here are some of my modest answers so far:
Facebook stories is a feature on Facebook that is essentially a visually primped up collection of posts on another stream besides the Newsfeed, intended to get it more attention with some isolation from your main Newsfeed. Probably to cause more addiction, too, to be honest. See a more technical description of what Facebook Stories is and how it works in the link at the start of this paragraph. Even in that description, though, it’s not really a “story”, even the briefest of stories. If you really want to do stories on Facebook, try this simple method that will give you something closer to a real story, and something better than Facebook Stories.
Renaming something so common as where you live, unless you’ve just moved there for school, work or something, is going to take a little use getting used to the new name.