It’s been 18, yes, 18(!!!!) years since Crumbs. This independent collaborative online project with Adam, was partly borne out of the frustration we had working for a well-funded startup that was supposed to empower teens but was actually kind of really run by their parents. A lo-fi anomaly in the golden age of Macromedia Flash, Crumbs was pretty well-received and even got actual link-shares from websites which mattered a lot to me back then (Metafilter, links.net! God am old.)
Years after, I was t
ickled, okay, a bit thrilled to hear from afar that Crumbs had been studied academically as an example of Philippine hypertext literature in English, our own nifty little contribution to the digital landscape of that era when the world wide web was still a good place to be.
- Recidoro, Zeny May D., Works-in-Progress: Artistic practices and digital communities (PDF), Writing Presently. Philippine Contemporary Art Network
- Gonzales, Vladimeir B., Hyperwriting: Isang Walkthrough, Likhaan: the Journal of Philippine Contemporary Literature Vol. 3. 2009 pp. 206 – 216.
- Casocot, Ian Rosales. FutureShock Prose: An Anthology of Young Writers and New Literatures