The web exhibition 'A Finnish Winter Day' is the result of a museum project that recorded everyday Finnish life on a single day in February 2011. The exhibition consists of photographs, narratives, and quotes that portray people from eleven cities and towns across Finland. The data were collected by a team of museum researchers, and the exhibition was produced by one researcher in conjunction with a web designer. The project's aim was to record everyday life to give future generations an opportunity to 'look at what it was like today. David Herman understand storyworlds as mental models where interpreters frame inferences about situations, characters, and occurrences based on discursive cues from narrative artefacts. With this in mind, he focus on the representative practices used to render the Finnish people who are the subjects of the exhibition. The ability to assume the point of view of another person in content and discourse is, perhaps, a fictional ability.