Non-Linear Narrative: Stephen Fry’s Visual Memoirs

Non-Linear Narrative: Stephen Fry’s Visual Memoirs
technology

With the myFry app for iPhone and iPad, readers can create their own story paths.

Naresh Kumar
  • 14 september 2010

British actor Stephen Fry released his autobiography “The Fry Chronicles” yesterday, along with an app that explores his memoirs in a truly visual and innovative display apt for the web of today. With the myFry app for iPhone and iPod, readers can create their own narrative and navigate their way around the book by following tags and color-coded categories, with a scroll wheel that acts as the table of contents and helps readers discover several varied stories about the man himself. Stephen Fry says that his autobiography can be read in any non-linear way.

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