Tommorrow’s Demo: Inform

Hi, everyone!

I’m going to be doing tommorrow’s demo on Inform, which is a design system for creating parser-based interactive fiction. (To borrow from Bad Object, this is an example of parser based IF, although we won’t be able to add images.)

In order to make these games, you’ll need to download Inform. You can do that here.

To play many of these games, you’ll also need an interpreter, which you can download here. (Gargoyle for Windows and Splatterlight for Mac are commonly recommended, but they all have different strengths, so it’s really just personal preference.) You won’t need an interpreter for tommorrow, though, because we’ll just be making things.

Thank you!

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Mapping / Geographic Information Systems

Building resources (meta)

Alan Liu’s DH Toychest:

Miriam Posner:

DiRT: Digital Research Tools for Scholarly Use http://dirtdirectory.org

E-lit authoring tools:

Gaming:

Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed

BuzzFeed is an American internet news media company. It describes itself as the “social news and entertainment company . . . redefining online advertising with its social, content-driven publishing technology . . . provides the most shareable breaking news.”[3] BuzzFeed was founded in 2006 in New York City as a viral lab by Jonah Peretti. The company has grown into a global[4] media and technology company providing coverage on a variety of topics including politics, DIY, animals and business.” – Wikipedia

Format and affordances

Typically lists, but also publishes longer articles

Comments are enabled on contributions.

The list is one of the dominant genres of the internet. What might a combo of a Buzzfeed listicle and long-form argument look like? [Susan]

Instructions

How to use and post to Buzzfeed

Examples

A long-form argument Buzzfeed article