The Art of Hypertextual Books and Random Access

The Art of Hypertextual Books and Random Access
technology

Christian Swinehart has created a fantastic website that visualizes the different possible reader paths of interactive fiction (sometimes better known as Choose your Own Adventure stories).

Dan Gould
  • 12 november 2009

The Art of Hypertextual Books and Random Access-1

Christian Swinehart has created a fantastic website that visualizes and explains the different possible reader paths of interactive fiction (sometimes better known as Choose your Own Adventure stories). It’s a fascinating exploration of the medium that looks at how the navigation works and how it parallels modern software.

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