One of the coolest applications of YouTube has been around for a few years, and somehow it remains (relatively) anonymous. YouTube has a feature that allows users to post videos and include clickable hyperlink buttons within the video itself. This feature was originally intended to be used for users to include in-frame previews of other videos and allow the viewer to directly access those. However, some YouTube users have found ingenious ways to use this feature and turn their videos into fully interactive mediums. A good example of this is Howard Glitch. I don’t want to spoil anything (you should check it out), but Howard Glitch is basically a “choose your own adventure” game inside a YouTube video. It’s super cool, and really changes the way that we interact with YouTube dramatically. My goal is to use this same technology with my remediation project. I have experience editing videos, but making an interactive “timeline” (which is what I want to do with my project on soldiers with bachelor’s degrees) is a feasible technology to learn in a week. I really can’t wait to get this project started!