Writing Interactive Stories

OK, I’m hold enough to confess that I got hooked on the game of Zork a long, long time ago.  Zork was an interactive game that prompted you for various moves at every step.  It was great to visualize and each step potentially changed the story you were immersed in. For the most part, electronicContinue reading “Writing Interactive Stories”

Write Your Own eTextbook…

…in fact, you may already be doing most of this. Recently, I had a conversation with a computer science teacher who was bemoaning the fact that there just wasn’t a perfect textbook for her course.  I don’t think that’s unusual. I never found a computer science textbook that I wanted to use.  The examples inContinue reading “Write Your Own eTextbook…”