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Writing for the Web 1.0 (posted 19 April 2004)
Olia Lialina, “My boyfriend came back from the war”:
http://www.teleportacia.org/war/ (1996 HTML version especially);
Shelley Jackson, “My Body”: http://www.altx.com/thebody/.
Reminds me of our own HTML projects; although obviously these are of original creative works rather than interpretations.
Still, could be a good idea for a final project if anyone was still looking for one. An original, angsty HTML art/narrative presentation anyone? Do send me the link if you do. ;-D
Whoops, the URL tacked onto my name is supposed to be my email address. Well, I guess if anyone needs to contact me you can figure something out?
Interesting "stories". My HTML project came into my mind also, when I looked at these sites.
Here we have stories connected through hyperlinks -- usually pictures. It IS another way to tell a story.
I like the idea of using a tree-like splitting of frames. Its similar to the choose your own adventure books since you can pick one of a few choices (two, three, four), but this is just another visual way to do the same thing, kinda neat.