I was holding on to this a bit to see how it played out. Jill Golick's got a project going called Story2Oh. Basically, it's narrative through voyeurism. The romance at the heart of the story is revealed through the various social interaction networks that the characters belong to -- in particular, the Facebook accounts of the two protagonists, Simon and Ali. other social networking systems, Twitter, Delicious etc., will be folded in as they proceed.
Although this may seem ridiculously experimental, I think it's actually a very smart update of a not-uncommon narrative device -- the epistolary novel, done in real-time and fragmented delivery system. Last time I checked, Les Liasions Dangereuses and its funky art-girl niece Griffin and Sabine worked quite nicely, thank you. There's an even more direct cousin of Story2Oh, one of my favorite bits of web ephemera: The Dionaea House. Oh, to have been in the middle of that as it was rolling out real-time ... Wait, is Stranger Adventures still updating?
Time to burn some of that Strike Time and check it out. Keep writing, folks. There's some way to tell your story, somehow, out there.