'Another avenue interactive documentary lends itself to is citizen or participatory (or any of the other names for it) journalism. Jonathan Harris’s platform Cowbird played host to Sandy Storyline, a collaboration of the MIT Center for Civic Media and Housing is a Human Right. The storytelling project, which was set up in the wake of hurricane Sandy, asked members of the public to send in their stories via mobile tool, Vojo. The project has now become a rich participatory documentary, providing a first-person account of the aftermath of hurricane Sandy which the user can explore at their own leisure. Much like Hollow, Sandy Storyline maintains continuous links to the community and relies on grants and donations to fund education programs, host community exhibitions and organise events to involve ever more storytellers. This and the other examples I have discussed, demonstrate collaboration is the key – whether it’s with other organisations or utilising existing platforms, making steps into interactive documentary is unlikely to be a lonesome venture....'