Why No One Clicked on the Great Hypertext Story 2. A few adventurous fiction writers had tried to build branching-path narratives in print form, most famously Julio Cortázar in his book Hopscotch. But “Afternoon, a Story” was the first to take this approach in digital form. Each reading of the story could follow a different combination of nodes; “closure,” in this new form, was as obsolete as the printed page. “When the story no longer progresses, or when it cycles, or when you tire of the paths,” Joyce wrote in the introduction, “the experience of reading it ends.” By the early ’90s, Joyce and his hypertextual coconspirators had triggered a larger public conversation about the significance of this new form. CMC Magazine: Cyberspace Couples Finding Romance Online Then Meeting for the First Time in Real Life by Andrea Baker Introduction to Purpose and Methodology This study is an attempt to start mapping the features and processes of online relationships leading to intimate relationships. The eighteen couples who provide the data here all met first online and then offline between 1993 and 1997. They met by corresponding in writing and developed their acquaintance into friendship, dating partners and then, for some cohabitation or marriage.
throw in at the deep end English Etymology From allusion to an actual swimming pool. Storyspace (kostenlose Version) für PC herunterladen Lizenz:Shareware $295 Downloads insgesamt:89 (letzte Woche) Der eigentliche Entwickler dieses kostenlosen Programms ist Eastgate Systems, Inc. Die Installationsdatei dieses Programms hat häufig folgenden Dateiname :SSPEDEMO.EXE. Storyspace gehört zur Kategorie "Programmierung" und Unterkategorie "Hilfe". THE HI-TECH GIFT ECONOMY by Richard Barbrook Author: Richard Barbrook Abstract During the Sixties, the New Left created a new form of radical politics: anarcho-communism. Above all, the Situationists and similar groups believed that the tribal gift economy proved that individuals could successfully live together without needing either the state or the market.
How Machines Write Poetry As a teenager in Vermont, Sarah Harmon used Java to create a computer program that wrote poetry. She named it OGDEN. Then she submitted one of its poems in 2008 to her high-school literary magazine under the pen name Dan Goshen, an anagram of Ogden Nash. Examples of hypertext fiction – how to write hypertext narratives? - The Chron-nicoles Looking at examples of hypertext books there are only a handful that have been critically examined. Paul Hackman notes, “fifteen years after the first generation of hypertext novels emerged, hypertext literature remains on the fringe of literary studies” (2011, p. 86). One of the reasons for the lack of hypertext fiction novels, besides the issues with remediation and the phenomenological experience are the technical limitations.
A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace by John Perry Barlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather. We have no elected government, nor are we likely to have one, so I address you with no greater authority than that with which liberty itself always speaks.
Generated Detective #1 Generated Detective #1 by Greg Borenstein next Generated from a series of fragments of public domain detective books on 11/6/2014 for NaNoGenMo Michael Joyce Hypertext Fictions Online Michael Joyce Going the Distance, newly republished nightkitchen electronic book Sister Stories, collaborative hypertext fiction (with Rosemary Joyce and Carolyn Guyer), New York University Press On-line, 2000. The Sonatas of Saint Francis, collaborative hypertext fiction (with Matthew Hanlon, Andrea Morris, and Carolyn Guyer), Supertart.com (UK), October 2000. Reach, a fiction, The Iowa Review Online, Spring 2000. Game Studies - Creative Player Actions in FPS Online Video Games: Playing Counter-Strike by Talmadge Wright, Eric Boria and Paul Breidenbach Introduction The global sale of computer and console games now exceeds $10 billion dollars annually, inducing further integration of the entertainment, computer and military industries (Poole 2000). Cassell and Jenkins (1999), Bryce and Rutter (2000, 2001) and Manninen (2001) in the academic world and Herz and Pietsch (1997) and Poole (2000) in the trade-book market have begun to address the implications of this integration by examining the changes in social relationships resulting from the expansion of new 3D gaming technology employed in one genre of games, the multiplayer, first-person "shooter" (FPS) games.
How to make a Twitter Bot with Google Spreadsheets (version 0.4) – Zach Whalen Do you like Twitter bots? I know I sure do. I like following them, and I like making them. I also like introducing my students to bots as one way to do creative things in a networked digital context. That’s way, back in 2013, I cobbled together a simple tool built on a Google Spreadsheets that lets anyone create a simple bot without having to write any code. There are many other ways to make a Twitter Bot, but I like this approach for its clarity and hopefully its accessibility for non-programmers to start understanding how to think about language through programming.
Literature in a Wired World Wiki Hypertext fiction is a genre of Electronic Literature which is made up of non sequential and interlinking lexia. History Edit The history of hypertext fiction dates back to even before the World Wide Web was created. In 1987, English Professor Michael Joyce wrote what is considered the first hypertext fiction piece titled Afternoon, a story. During the time, most hypertext fiction pieces were written in softwares such as Storyspace and Hypercard, which were programs specifically used for the creation and viewing of hypertext fictions. Currently, almost all hypertexts fictions are written in the HTML language.