Open “I, You, We” by Dan Waber and Jason Pimble
This piece places you (as the “I”) in the middle of a vast cube made up of words in rows. Whether you wish to control the rotation of the cube or allow the program to rotate it along different axes for you, you are in for a dizzyingly fascinating ride. Choose lines to read along horizontal, vertical, diagonal, or inward planes or focus on the phrases that emerge from the combinations of I, you, we and different verbs and the combinations of the phrases. You could spend a very long time inside this cube, losing yourself in its spaces and exploring its visually arranged permutations, and it would be time well spent.
Featured in The Electronic Collection, Volume 1.