Jill Walker's encounter with a participatory, and vaguely sinister, online narrative.
A thirst for interaction fuels Adrianne Wortzel's response.
"Thinking around the responses," Jill Walker reconsiders how gender and identity influence the reader-reading-the-reader in Online Caroline.
Janet Murray unriddles the verbal and procedural mix of Interactive Fiction.
Natalie Jeremijenko asserts that machine speech should re-awaken us to "the peculiar structure of participation that we take for granted."
Lucy Suchman's directive for talking things: "the creative elaboration of the particular indexical affordances of machine 'speech.'"
Simon Penny adds object-context to the talking machines of Natalie Jeremijenko's essay.
"Connect the n space to the 0 and understand that the lack of time due to information overflow is an illusion," writes Victoria Vesna.
Stephanie Strickland calibrates n0time.
An autobiographical reflection by Warren Sack, prompted by two particular questions.