Should a story be linear, starting at the beginning and ending at the end, or full of hyperlinks that take you in and out of the story line? Or perhaps the reader should be able to control the action, making decisions that affect the outcome. Or do you think the best stories are personalized, so that you play the main character? The Internet holds many possibilities for storytelling. Here are five examples of interactive storytelling, each choosing to use the medium differently.
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