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The Olympic Games are here, and with all large events, our favorite internet hangouts are filled with mentions of this event. Our netizen communities generally don’t care for athletics, except that which we can do with our fingers. So download the Olwimpics browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, and boost your self-esteem during these next few weeks.


Download for:

Chrome    Firefox    Safari

Downloaded over 2,500 times!

Check out the source code & respect the license: github.com/gleuch/olwimpics

Now with French, Spanish, & Czech keywords!

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MADE IN CHINA



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Posted on July 28, 2012

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Greed powers our economy through restrictive licensing deals and claims of copyright. What enables this demand is the ability to control access or demand incentives as compensation for their work. The Internet, built without these restrictions, is being threatened to include protections for licensed and copyrighted content.

G.R.E.E.D. (Glom & Restrict Entities on Existing Domains) demonstrates how a web user’s browsing experience and anonymity can be threatened through restrictions, take-downs, censorship, and monetary blackmail if such license and copyright restrictions are imposed on the Internet.

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For Chrome, Firefox, and Safari

Part of the C.R.E.A.M. exhibition at Art Micro Patronage.

Online Artist Talk, April 24th @ 7pm EST, at Art Micro Patronage

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We know what the white girls say, and what flute players say, and even what black guys say to pregnant girls. But what don’t you know who said what to whom? Has anyone said this shit?

A live search engine for all the shit people say. Over 700 videos at last count.
A collaboration with Lindsey Weber and Tanner Ringerud at BuzzFeed.

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Posted on January 31, 2012

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Used on nearly 200 websites on Jan 18th’s internet strike!

The SOPA (H.R.3261) & PIPA (S.968) are terrible pieces of legislation that gives broad powers for the courts to take down sites by claims from “infringed” users. If SOPA or PIPA are voted for by Congress, it could devastate the artistic expression and livelihood of many artists, hackers, and entrepreneurs.

Protest the SOPA/PIPA bills and install the blackout code on your site to let your visitors know what they could miss out if SOPA/PIPA do pass.

Paste this code into your Tumblr themes, website, and more…

<script type="text/javascript">
  var FATLAB_Stop_SOPA = {
    color : '#000000',
    promote : true
  };

  document.write('<scr'+'ipt src="http://fffff.at/stop_sopa/blackout.js?v=1"></scr'+'ipt>');
</script>

The color can also be changed to a hex code, an rgb(), or rgba() format. You can also choose disable the promotion overlay by changing promote to false.

Post your site link in the comments so we can track and spread the word!

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Posted on December 14, 2011

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