Monday, May 15, 2006

New sites on Interactive Narratives!

Here's the latest!

From: interactivenarratives.org
[mailto:newsletter@interactivenarratives.org]
Subject: New sites on Interactive Narratives!

7 sites have been added to the Interactive Narratives site entries. You
can find the list on Interactive Narratives.
http://www.interactivenarratives.org

The new entries include:

Journey with Abdul Hakim
[San Jose Mercury News]
http://mercurynewsphoto.com/abdul/abdul.html
He was the face of war's impact on civilians when photojournalist
Pauline Lubens met him. Now he has come to the United States for
surgery.

D-Day: The Hard-Won Beaches of Normandy [Newseum]
http://www.newseum.org/dday/flash/main.htm
A historical analysis of what happened on D-Day, along with the
newspapers that published the landing at Normandy, with audio as well.

Plans to Make Trains Safer
[USA Today]
http://www.usatoday.com/news/graphics/train_safety/flash.htm
Graphics and video on how to improve the internal and external structure
support to make trains safer.

Kentucky Derby Multimedia
[Lexington Herald-Leader]
http://www.heraldleaderphoto.com/derby/2006/
Multimedia coverage of the 132 Kentucky Derby complete with audio slide
shows, panoramas with audio and daily photo galleries.

The Pulitzer Prize Photographs: Capture The Moment [Newseum]
http://www.newseum.org/pulitzer/shock/shock.htm
Pulitzer prize photographs shown with audio by the Photographer to what
they experienced while taking the image, along with biographies to the
photographer.

Zip DeCode (Ben Fry)
http://acg.media.mit.edu/people/fry/zipdecode/
A Processing site that allows users to enter a zip code...the map will
then highlight that part of the country as each number is entered.

Color of Solidarity, The
[[X]press Online]
http://xpress.sfsu.edu/specials/2006s/maydaycover/soundslides01/
Several thousand marchers convened in a massive demonstration from
Market Street to the Federal Building in San Francisco to show their
unified support for immigrant rights.


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