Galatea

  1. This website engages hyper attention because it keeps you engaged the whole time. It is dependent on your actions.
  2. The interactive website is different than reading a short story because it requires constant action from you the reader. Instead of just words on a page, you help create the story. There is nothing about reading a short story that would keep you constantly engaged a way the interactive requires. It is also broken up into different parts and everyone will get different responses based off of the questions they asked. The interactive will vary and a short story would not.
  3. I tried a few commands, including two sensory and one action. Neither worked very well because I don’t think I knew what I was doing. She needed more information than I gave.
  4. Back view was as far as I got. I am not very good at this.
  5. hello
    “Hello,” you say — and stop. What would you say next? ‘I’m a famous critic, be on your best behavior’? There’s no etiquette established; and then it strikes you as strange that you should bother to be concerned.

    Fortunately, the little awkwardness is lost on her. “Good of you not to walk away again,” she replies.

    >how are you
    That’s not a verb I recognize.

    >taste this pizza
    You can’t see any such thing.

    >look at me please
    I only understood you as far as wanting to look at yourself.

    >a cheese
    “I’ve never tried it. But he always said that cheese is addicting. Bad for you, okay. But one of the single greatest inventions of man.”

    >who is he
    That’s not a verb I recognize.

    >listen to that noise
    You can’t see any such thing.

    >look behind
    What do you want to look behind?

    >a door
    You can’t form your question into words.

    You become aware of her breathing — the slight expansion of her ribs, the soft exhalation — natural, and yet somehow studied. “Ah — by the way,” she says, in a way that utterly fails to be casual, “have you seen the artist out there? — My artist, that is.”

    “No, I don’t think so. What does your artist look like?”

    “Black hair,” she says, and stops… “Never mind. He’s not here. He wouldn’t have come.”

    >why is he your artist
    That’s not a verb I recognize.

    >why
    That’s not a verb I recognize.

    >sorry
    No need. If she gets too difficult, you can always have her reset.

    >a pizza
    You can’t form your question into words.

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