Micro Fiction: A Hypertext

Monday, November 14, 2005

I've just completed a Hypertext for one of our authors at rumble called End Fraction. For those of you who don't know, Hypertexts are web-based stories that are non-linear in nature and enhanced by the use of Javascript, Flash, images, and creative linking of text. I had a lot of fun doing it. Why not take a look?

"For two weeks, the White House's talking-point monkeys in the press and Congress had been dismissing Patrick Fitzgerald's leak investigation as much ado about nothing except politics and as an exoneration of everyone except Mr. Libby. Now the American people have rendered their verdict: they're not buying it."

—excerpt from We Do Not Torture Source: Spitting Image

Speaking of web fiction, on online story by Cyberpunk master Bruce Sterling called We See Things Differently and a new, possibly interesting interactive story-construction site called Glypho. Curious but strangely addictive: Overheard in New York. Sci-Fi freaks and others will like Coverpop, an interactive display of cover images from Sci-Fi pulps, among other things...


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