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Revised May 23, 2001
by David Kraybill
for CIS 213,
Cuyamaca College

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As I expand this site there will be more of these, but we'll start out with the Continuing Story. This is fun and can help get past a writer's block by pulling attention off the stopped project and looking at fresh ideas.

Here's how it works, click on the link for the Continuing Story and read what's there so far. Then take a look at the plot format and write a paragraph or three to continue it. I haven't got the scripts to make a form work, yet, so you can use your own wordprocessor (between us we can read documents compatible with MS Word97, Lotus WordPro97 or WordPerfect 8.) and create a document, then attach it to an e-mail. Or you can open the e-mail link and type in the mail window or you can type in the wordprocessor and copy it over into the e-mail window and send it. As fast as we can get to them (We both have day jobs, too.) we'll take the entry that fits the best -- yes, in our opinion -- and append it onto the end of the story.

Not many restrictions, you can add characters if it makes sense, change the plot direction if it makes sense, anything you want as long as it fits with the story thus far. Randomly killing off the characters doesn't make sense. Save that for the video games. Magic is fine as long as it fits, again. I become redundant, so click on over to the Continuing Story. >>>

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