Then What? Everyone's Guide to Living, Learning and Having Fun in the Digital Age (on Amazon). A novel about how technology makes us crazy in an exciting kind of way. About living and learning in the Digital Age. About reinventing education. About telling stories, having fun, and staying human. Monty Python meets the Matrix meets Alvin Toffler on too much coffee. "The new McLuhan has now arrived, in the person of Jason Ohler. Read THEN WHAT?, and see where we're headed." ...Nebula Award Winner Robert Sawyer
The Dissent of Ikeland Rand (no longer in circulation). Early novel combining psychics, clones, and an old New England family with many secrets to hide.
What the Rain Will Do. How to stay dry to a wet climate... spiritually and emotionally, as well as physically. It won first place in the Alaska Playwright Contest, 1982.
Same Time, Same Network. Two men, who would never find each other in RL (Real Life) find each other through a dating service online. Both lie about their gender, and spend most of the play trying to behave as they think women would behave. This was written well before the Internet, and predates references in motion pictures to online communication as "normal" vs. as science fiction. It won second place in the Alaska Playwright Contest, 1987.
Robots Reflect - What Our Machines Think of Us. A radio play. At a time in the future, our machines are in charge and discover they envy us for the one thing we have that they do not: irrationality. Aired of Alaska PBS.
Mareline's corner. A girl who doesn't conform well to school, is sent to sit in the corner where she imagines a fantastic world of animals, strange people, and fantastic adventures.
Vinny the Video Game Player. A boy who becomes consumed with video games, ends up in a video game- with his parents!
Question Mark. A boy who can't stop asking questions learns that questions can save your life!
William Tell and the Young Girl Who Could Fix Computers. From Digital Storytelling in the Classroom, this story shows how to build and improve a story.