One style of {{Mockumentary}}, where it's a recognizable type of computer document -- IRC chat log, forum posts, guestbook, Facebook posts, blog entries, email, etc. It's almost always a FanFic or history fic, mainly because it's an "easy" form, and it's almost always at least part-comedy, mainly because it would be hard to take this seriously anyway.

It could also be an ApocalypticLog. May be integrated with a FourthWallMailSlot. CharacterBlog is a variant usually done as part of a larger work. Compare GagDub.
* ''Fanfic/TheAvengersShouldntText'', which is a SliceOfLife log of texts between the Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} set in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse.
* The number of Facebook fics in the ''Series/{{Glee}}'' fandom is insane. Some of them are ''really'' good. Others... not so much.
* The book ''Ophelia Joined the Group "Maidens Who Don't Float": Classic Lit Signs on to Facebook'' by Sarah Schmelling is a collection of several [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin classic lit titles as told through Facebook updates.]]
** ''Jesus on [=ThyFace=]: Social Networking for a Modern Messiah'' does something similar for the [[Literature/TheBible New Testament]].
* Since ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' is made largely of chatlogs, there are tons of fanfics for it that are based around just one long chatlog.
** There's also the fic "[[ Self-Imposed Challenge]]", written as a series of forum posts.
* In a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, a British design studio recreated the film ''HomeAlone'' [[ entirely through tweets]], including [[CharacterBlog a Twitter page for every character who had a part]], ''in realtime'' over Christmas 2009. They plan on doing ''HomeAlone 2'' over Christmas 2010. They don't plan on doing ''HomeAlone 3 or 4''..." those movies suck. That is all."
* [[ "Lonebot"]] and [[ "Curlehbrace"]] reenact ''VideoGame/CaveStory'' through the Twitter feeds of the player character and Curly Brace.
* [[ This]] summary of ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' in the form of a Facebook feed.
* On [=CollegeHumor=]:
** ''[[ 5 Star Wars Status Updates]]''
** ''[[ Gamebook: 5 World of Warcraft Status Updates]]''
* Website/{{Cracked}}.com
** ''[[ A Series of Emails From Cyberdyne's New Tech Guy]]'' pokes fun at [[AWorldwidePunomenon terminally]] [[TooDumbToLive unsafe]] behaviour of certain characters in the ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movies.
** A borderline example in ''[[ 6 Movie Plots That Could Have Been Solved In Minutes]]'' -- a blitz FixFic for ''Literature/{{Twilight}} Saga: New Moon'' ([[ItMakesSenseInContext It Makes Fun Of Context]]).
* [[ Korrabook]] has the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' post on a Facebook-esque social site about the events that happen in the series.
* Fan Fic to ''Series/HoratioHornblower'' miniseries called "Hornblower and the E-Mail Saga" by Laura is made up entirely of e-mail messages. Characters have funny and punny e-mail addresses (for instance, horatio_hornblower (at) They face various problems connected to the Internet and the world of IT that mirror the events in the Navy from the series. [[ Part 1]] based on "The Even Chance", [[ Part 2,]] based on "The Frogs and the Lobsters" and [[ Part 3]], based on "Mutiny" and "Retribution".
* Act One of ''FanFic/TheNextFrontier'' takes the form of Jebediah Kerman's [[CaptainsLog Captain's Blog]]. And yes, he thinks it's an IncrediblyLamePun too.
* Most of the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' fic "The Naked Quidditch Match" takes the form of "m-mails" (equivalent to e-mails) exchanged among characters.
* ''[[ Sub Rosa]]'' is a ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'' multimedia fic in telegram form - each telegram is an image - and set during the Great Hiatus.

* The short story [[ ''Wikihistory'']] by Desmond Warzel is formatted as a Wiki discussion page.
* The online novel ''[[ Ultimate Dream]]'' is written in the form of a CharacterBlog, with comments on each entry by the character's friends. The story progresses in the form of blog posts by the GenreSavvy DeadpanSnarker narrator, as she and her friends play a RolePlayingGame and get [[TrappedInTVLand sucked into the gameworld]].

* ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' has a reasonable number of this. The general idea is often some kind of 'gossip blog' run by Wendy, with the characters posting messages on the site. Wendy will write an article claiming xyz have happened, and the characters come in so that HilarityEnsues.

* There was a brief sequence in ''ZebraGirl'' following [[ Sam in an IM conversation.]]
* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'''s side story ''City Face'' has metafiction BonusMaterial -- [[ comments]] where City Face himself, other birds and City Fairies laud or abuse each other, internet guestbook style.
** [[ This]] strip of ''Quarter Life Comics''.

* Website/NFLQuarterbacksOnFacebook
* ''TheGuild'' and ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'' have this as a framing device.
* ''[[ Scourge chat logs]]'' series. "[[LargeAndInCharge Wyrms before worms!]]"
* ''[[WebAnimation/DorklyOriginals]]'' has the whole "Gamebook" column (ArtificialStupidity is featured more often than not):
** ''[[ Dorklassic: 5 Videogame Status Updates]]''
** ''[[ A GoldenEye N64 Henchmen Reports Back to His Superiors]]''
** ''[[ Zelda and Link are Having Relationship Problems]]''
** ''[[ Sims Facebook]]''
* "The Hardest Week of My Life" was a story arc from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' that focused on Diamond. It was told in the form of a series of first-person diary entries retelling the events of the titular "hardest week" of her life.