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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Rachel Clarke tagged arg

Likewise, the Beast was by no means the first project to use fictional websites or blogging as a made-up character. And it definitely wasn't the project that invented the technique of creating evidence of a story and playing it out as though it were really happening. The roots of this narrative style are older than the internet, older even than electricity, sunk deep in the tradition of espitolary novels -- arguably invented in Spain in 1485.

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Six to Start (Adrian) on telling stories online..

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JaneM on communities and community development

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Using ARG tactics to work through real world problems or raise awareness. World without Oil is most quoted.

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A collation of published stats on the major commercial ARGS

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A conference summary from Ethan Zuckerman, about games and args and creative futures

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Jane McGonagle's game looking at a Wrold without Oil

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