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International Fiction Competition
Play interactive text adventure games online from gamemakers in the 17th annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
"If you can type, you can make movies" proclaims do-it-yourself moviemaking Web site Xtranormal. Just type in character dialogue and this amazing online program can turn it into your own small movie.
Creative Narrations is a "digital story collection" with an emphasis on documentary "multimedia for community development."
StoryCorps – Every Voice Matters
StoryCorps' proclaimed mission is "to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives." Their site includes opportunities to "record your own story" as well as a selection of StoryCorps' own produced original animated shorts.
In Focus – The Atlantic
The Atlantic, the venerable magazine, shows that they understand digital content with In Focus, Alan Taylor's beautiful photojournalism blog.
@NewCommBiz describes itself as a blog about "Ideas for Social Media Strategists, Business Innovators & Disruptors." It offers news and views on the changes that social media is making on society, business, and the world.
Who says that political conservatives can't be funny and intelligent? P.J. O'Rourke, formerly one of National Lampoon's mainstays, offers his personal blog for longtime fans.
Pittsburgh animator Scott Benson creates smart and beautiful online cartoons.
Seattle-based cartoonist Dylan Meconis offers her graphic novel, Outfoxed, as well as a selection of other striking illustrated comics.
Eat More Bikes
Eat More Bikes is a collection of hilarious comics from Nathan Bulmer. (Warning: not for the easily offended)
Exquisite Corpse -- A Journal of Letters and Life
Exquisite Corpse is an outstanding example of bringing the feel and spirit of traditional arts and culture "little magazines" to the Web. Poet, novelist, and essayist Andrei Codrescu is founder and editor.