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TL;DR – The Storytron SWAT source code is online at www.storytron.org. Storytron was Chris Crawford‘s attempt at commercializing his thoughts and ideas about Storytronic interactive storytelling, built off of his work with the Erasmatron. After Chris retired from actively working on … Continue reading
You can divide Chris Crawford’s interactive storytelling work over the past twenty-seven years into two categories — Storytronics and Storytron. Storytronics is a collection of principles that outline what Chris’ version of interactive storytelling is. Storytron is Chris’ attempts to create tools … Continue reading
For the past twenty-six years Chris Crawford has been fighting the good fight, trying to jumpstart an interactive storytelling revolution. He says he’s failed and that his age, his perfectionist nature, and the complexity of the problem were the perfect … Continue reading
I’m thinking of finishing the version of Siboot that I was creating with Chris Crawford’s Storytron technology back in 2009-2010. Part of me thinks it’s a crazy idea and part of me thinks it’s a totally cool thing to do. I’ve always … Continue reading
I’ve always wanted to write more whether it was in my journal, on this blog, or expanding on some of the story ideas I’ve had over the years. I probably have fifteen to twenty books on fiction writing and grammar. Many … Continue reading
I started reading Yuval Noah Harari’s Sapiens a couple of days ago and came across this on page 22: Our language evolved as a way of gossiping. According to this theory Homo Sapiens is primarily a social animal. Social cooperation is our … Continue reading
Andrew Scott reads Sol Lewitt’s April 14th, 1965 letter to Eva Hesse. Benedict Cumberbatch reads Sol Lewitt’s April 14th, 1965 letter to Eva Hesse (added 10/20/16). I prefer Andrew Scott’s reading (it might be the graphics overlaid on the former).