At Melbourne festival, six wireless routers launch new literary genre

At Melbourne festival, six wireless routers launch new literary genre

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There are many ways to tell a story, but recently we stumbled across an example that’s surely the first of its kind. Tapping into the standard list of available wireless networks that’s frequently presented wifi users, an effort at the recent Melbourne Writers Festival used what it called “Wi-Fiction” to tell a series of stories one network name at a time.