It is a treat to see the revival of Interactive Narratives, which had long ago aggregated the traditional media's bravest work in new media.
The new incarnation is still dazzling but less futuristic. It is mainly a collection of the best and brightest of today's work by conventional media in the digital sphere.
Original showcaser Andrew DeVigal and two others relaunched the site under the auspices and sponsorship of the Online News Association. Already on the site today are recent multimedia packages from the Washington Post on an earthquake in China and Las Vegas Sun on prescription drug consumption. Each offers a different twist on conventional storytelling.