This isn’t as crazy as it sounds. Do you know there is a grad student in creative writing who is investigating writing and performing a play entirely in the digital space? Well, when you’ve spent something like ten years at Wired what do you expect? But as he explained it to me, there are already people on Twitter who are embracing fabricated roles. Interesting, me thinks.
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