You could add Zinadoo to the Mobile Fiction section. Zinadoo is a completely free and easy to use mobile website creation tool. In minutes anyone can create and publish their very own mobile website. Users get to customise their site to their own tastes and add some cool interactive features. Then they can use the many sharing features provided to tell everyone about their mobile site.]]>
I believe that it is indeed a hoax - and hoaxes are part of a rich creative tradition in IF, particularly on ifmud. For other examples see the TextFire Hoax and the AAS (Advanced Authoring System) Hoax.]]>
Update: The list expands and moves to our Wiki.]]>
While rereading the Snap hoax just now (IF has a tradition of fake development languages that is its own topic) a line from the FAQ jumped out at me about having HQ9+ support.
This is a bit of trivia / silliness re: Hello world programs, and in the spirit of critical code studies (and our discussion about hello world in general), I thought I’d include it: HQ9+.]]>
True, the papers describe in enough detail that one could potentially reimplement the system / techniques, especially with ABL in hand.
Yes, the ABL compiler and runtime will be the first major piece of the architecture to be released, probably under a free academic/non-commercial license. Stay tuned for more details as we figure them out :-)
> Do you have any recommendations for applications for our list?
Nothing comes to mind immediately that you don’t have on your list.]]>