The Acquaintance is a whimsical piece of interactive fiction by Tyler Hickey that takes advantage of the affordances of hypertext in order to simulate a conversation between a rogue computer system and the user.
An Account of the Fourth is a piece of electonic literature by Tyler Hickey made using Google Maps API to track the proceedings of a subject through the streets of New York.
Retail Hell is a typographic narrative by Tyler Hickey, and uses the affordances of digital tools to alter the inherent meaning of a story through the manipulation of its typography. Many principles from Johanna Drucker's Diagrammatic Writing are implemented here.
PeaPod is a piece of electronic literature by Tyler Hickey that encourages open exploration of the faux-social media platform presented in order to uncover the truth behind events that took place in the days previous. This piece particularly explores aspects of digital anonymity and identity.