choose your own adventure

Ever wish you could go back to the days of 'choose your own adventure'? Those books were the BEST, except when you took a wrong turn and the book was over after 3 choices...
Readers voted on the plot twists and turns of “Untine”
You mindlessly click the next article on Buzzfeed's header. You would work, really, but everyone checks out in December, right? Wouldn't want to embarrass your colleagues by gunning too hard.
Your boss frowns. "Well, uh-uh-uh, enjoy the, uh-uh-uh, dip I brought!" You wave and walk off. Nailed it. A few people clap
Montgomery's popular Choose Your Own Adventure series allowed readers to select different actions at different points in
We cannot tax cut our way to prosperity any more than we can tax and spend our way into fiscal nirvana. It requires a balanced approach of sensible spending cuts, substantive entitlement reforms and negotiated tax increases.
Joe Bonacci and Michael Canfield recently created a comedic, interactive Choose Your Own on Youtube that allows the viewer to botch a job interview over and over again. I recently met up with Michael and Joe to pick their brains about this quirky ideas.
I change endings. It's what I do. Perhaps it is not so surprising, then, that as a kid, I couldn't get enough of the Choose Your Own Adventure series.
E-books are praised in terms of what they aren't: heavy, tree killers, limited in distribution, of fixed text size. Not enough focus has been put on what an e-book itself could become.