Hypertext/IF author Aaron Reed’s latest work, “Blueful,” uses a variety of web 2.0 services to communicate a narrative. Telling stories in this manner is something that I expect will gain popularity and sophistication in the next couple of years, especially as artists begin to incorporate mobile and real-world embedded technologies into their transmedia toolkits. Indeed, it’s not hard to see how the world of ARGs and “chaotic fictions” will gradually merge with more author-driven IF-derived projects like “Blueful,” spawning whole new categories of storytelling, participation and interactivity.

The entire story can be read in one sitting. The trail starts here:

H/T Grand Text Auto