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Read site visits disappointing!

Posted in general by sausheong on August 19, 2005

I suppose it might take some time, but it’s disappointing still. I’ve sent out a number of soliciting mails to a large group of friends and acquaintances but the response is dismal. Very sad.

sync4j

Posted in java by sausheong on August 19, 2005

I’m exploring this technology now. Seems pretty interesting. It’s a syncML server with a number of connectors on different platforms. Check it out here

Read site is open for business!

Posted in general by sausheong on August 14, 2005

I’ve finally spent a day or two putting up ‘Journeys’, ‘Oh Princess!’ and some of my articles up on the Read site!

I set up this site to experiment on this idea I had a long time back on interactive writing. Interactive writing is not collaborative writing where two or more writers contribute to a single storyline. It’s often quite tough to get more than two people to agree on a place to eat to write in the first place, so getting enough people to collaborate on writing anything is a total nightmare.

Interactive writing is a project where a lead writer owns the work, but there are a number of participants who contribute ideas, plots and character development. Although most writers today do not write in isolation, the idea of interactive writing is to involve as many people as possible, where the participants are the readers and they take an active role in determining where the story goes and what happens to the characters.

It’s a labour of love, definitely.

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