Have fun as you all head into your first weekend experiment, creating a link-based fiction. I’ve made up a quick Twine cheat sheet which is a helpful reminder of some of Twine’s capabilities in one place. Feel free to use the class mailing list (see right sidebar) with questions, or feel free to contact me directly and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. You should e-mail me a .ZIP file containing your experiment by the start of class (10:00 AM) on Monday, host it on your own webspace and e-mail me the URL, or bring your project on a USB key.
If you need a break from working on your experiment and want to start playing Fallen London, once you’ve made an account you can link it to your Facebook or Twitter accounts (or create a custom Twitter account just for Fallen London socialization, which I’ve done for myself under the name @ObservantRumin). If you want to do the same, you can add a comment to this post with your account name, and we can all look for each other in the Neath.