Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby rarrawer » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:05 am

Minor update:
I'm still in the middle of processing the interactives but have discovered that some items were saved incorrectly.
I am about to begin redownloading those ~65 items before I resume generating the small versions.
Here is what's been built by my parser code so far, in case you don't want to wait a week or two more:
https://mega.nz/#!21Z0XChb!5gjtDdG_YOEa ... Zl6wukin2Q
This contains the 5614 interactives that have been processed so far.
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby rarrawer » Wed Sep 05, 2018 6:24 am

I've just finished the parsing operations and am uploading the files now.

Here is a 3GB zip of all the zipped interactives:
https://mega.nz/#!nhJwAKII!uXHPPp3Jjme6 ... 08sAAP5NjI

Here is a folder with zipped individual interactives:
https://mega.nz/#F!LxAWlaDI!ISx9XIeHdOhSk7VSTpK6lA
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby rentaherobea » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:20 pm

Incredible work. This will provide a huge new chunk of erotica for everyone to sift through and read at their leisure. And it is fully searchable unlike the writing.com site. I use a program called agent ransack for this and it works well.

Again, simply monumental work.
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby GilPix » Sun Sep 23, 2018 2:57 am

Bravo good Samaritan! You have done a great service for the world!
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby Jayezox » Thu Oct 04, 2018 3:38 pm

For those on Androids I had difficulty finding a good html reader that uses the links properly on my Chromebook. There's an app called Local HTML Viewer that works just as good as a PC. Took me a while to find one that does what I want.
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby Doughnutz2000 » Mon Nov 19, 2018 3:42 pm

rarrawer wrote:I've just finished the parsing operations and am uploading the files now.

Here is a 3GB zip of all the zipped interactives:
https://mega.nz/#!nhJwAKII!uXHPPp3Jjme6 ... 08sAAP5NjI

Here is a folder with zipped individual interactives:
https://mega.nz/#F!LxAWlaDI!ISx9XIeHdOhSk7VSTpK6lA


Thank you dude! Nice being able to look at all these stories :D
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby rubuio91 » Tue Feb 19, 2019 7:14 am

rarrawer wrote:I've just finished the parsing operations and am uploading the files now.

Here is a 3GB zip of all the zipped interactives:
https://mega.nz/#!nhJwAKII!uXHPPp3Jjme6 ... 08sAAP5NjI

Here is a folder with zipped individual interactives:
https://mega.nz/#F!LxAWlaDI!ISx9XIeHdOhSk7VSTpK6lA



Oh my god thank you so much.
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby Lobo » Mon Mar 25, 2019 1:01 pm

Am I being daft? How do you read these?
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby Jayezox » Tue Mar 26, 2019 2:14 am

Lobo wrote:Am I being daft? How do you read these?

If you are on a PC, unzip the files. If you are on an apple or android, it's trickier but you may need 3rd party programs for unzipping and reading html.
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby khofer23 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 3:05 am

I've had an account on writing.com for a long time and all I do is read stories I do not make stories on that site. i'm okay with paying its not expensive.

I think one reason why they made it pay to read is because there are some functions they cannot release until people start paying cause I don't think its cheap for them to release as site expenses increase and other things. but that's my reason why I think they made it pay to read.
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby khofer23 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 3:12 am

Another thing if you are making stories and it costs you money. and what I mean is it takes your time away from working at a job. for example


You work 7 days a week but you also have to write for that site so you can only work 4-5 days a week. the 2 days you write writing.com should compensate for the 2 days. you also only pay once a year which is far better than once per month. because then I could not afford it.
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Re: Is This the End of Writing Dot Com Interactives?

Postby Throku » Mon Apr 01, 2019 2:05 pm

khofer23 wrote:I've had an account on writing.com for a long time and all I do is read stories I do not make stories on that site. i'm okay with paying its not expensive.

I think one reason why they made it pay to read is because there are some functions they cannot release until people start paying cause I don't think its cheap for them to release as site expenses increase and other things. but that's my reason why I think they made it pay to read.


I've been on writing.com since the site started, but the problem is not the size of the cost, it's the cost at all, we were all fine with commercial banners, problem is that every asshole in town has add-blockers nowadays and that means no ad-revenue. And the problem with the cost, is that it requires everyone to send their economic information and probably IDs all around, unfortunately we don't have the system the US has where I can go in to a bank and buy a credit card with a set amount of money on that I can then use for online transactions without risking more than what's on that card.
Well the geist of it is that I find it utterly pointless to pay for it (I as a writer stopped writing in part because I was even blocked from adding to stories on the site unless I paid.), since the ones that would pay for it would be so insignificantly few that I'd pretty much just be writing for myself anyway and I don't need a website for that.
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