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Lynn and  view from Blue Ridge Parkway

  • One of the greatest examples of interactive media I’ve ever seen came burned onto a CD-ROM bundled with an annual awards issue of ID magazine. Love Disc 95, the work of Paul Kim and Karl Ackermann, former RISD graduates, was a series of stream of consciousness mini games of clickety-click bliss, navigated with a little yappity dog avatar (there is a website but it appears unloved and abandoned unfortunately).
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  • “One of my very favorite early interactive projects was Lovedisk. “
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  1. Sean | March 2, 2010 at 12:00 pm | Permalink

    Thank you for linking to me – looking forward to exploring your blog.

    For those interested, long after I wrote that post a friend of mine said that you actually can get a lot of the features on the existing website for Love Disc working – you need to download a few Shockwave apps.

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