In Pasts and Futures of Netprov, Rob Wittig articlates a theory for Networked Improv Narratives, or "Netprovs." Wittig, an innovator in this novel form, situates netprov at the interesection of literature, drama, mass media, games, and new media. Transcribed from a presentation given at the Electronic Literature Organization conference in Morgantown, WV, Wittig explores a number of antecedents to the form, documents current exemplars of this practice, and invites readers to create their own networked improvisations.
From the Oracle of Delphi to the Wizard of Oz, it is clear that "if we attack we will destroy a great empire." The only question that remains, is which one?
Jane McGonigal goes mobile with a "transformational agenda" shift for Cyberdrama.