Much of the writing of the World Wide Web in 1996 is in standard short story format, perhaps with a few pictures or graphics added in, most writers have taken only limited advantage of the opportunity to write in hypertext structures.
— Murray, 58.
Michael Joyce’s Afternoon (1987)
Panetfall (Infocom, 1983)
These efforts assume a sophistication on the part of the audience, an eagerness to transpose and reassemble the separate elements of a story and an ability to keep in mind multiple alternate versions of the same fictional world
— Murray, 40. Hamlet on the Holodeck.