Tag Archives: interactive fiction

Ada Lovelace Day: Emily Short

Ada Lovelace day is “an international day of blogging to celebrate the achievements of women in technology and science.” by blogging about a woman in technology. Unfortunately, it’s also a day when I’m getting over a bad case of the … Continue reading

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Inform Update

Edit 25 April for some reason WordPress broke the links in this. Fixed now. Only a few (if any) of you will be interested in this, but Inform 7, the programming language for text adventure games (Interactive Fiction) has released … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 01/11/08

When I said “I’ll try to get stuff written over the next couple of days” what I *should* have said is “My wife and I will spend the next week like the little weather people in the clock, each being … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 21/09/08

A Big Finish A Week is running late again – my thoughts on Bang Bang A Boom will be up tomorrow evening. In the meantime, here’s more links: Another All Star Superman review, this one at A Trout In The … Continue reading

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Inform 7, Authorship and the Second Person

The pervasiveness of optimism among programmers deserves more than a flip analysis. Dorothy Sayers, in her excellent book, The Mind of the Maker, divides creative activity into three stages: the idea, the implementation, and the interaction. A book, then, or … Continue reading

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