Since Borna curated himself into the New Museum, my first task at Eyebeam was to make a script to avoid “Bornsky” from scoring again at the upcoming exhibition. The script only allows certain webpages and if the user is inactive for more than 60 seconds, it goes back to the start page.
Of course I built in a secret backdoor. (Borna, please do not read this) There’s a little dot on every website, that links directly to double happiness (upper-right corner).
Download it here: antibornascript (for Greasemonkey)
I shouted out the F@Labs in a interview about net.art
It’s kind of a provocatie title, I only mentioned that flash-movies aren’t net art, as most of them only need the medium for distribution, not for existance. They could be played on a DVD-player…
Here’s the PDF with the whole article (4 Pages, in german)
pixelarts.6x.to is a pixeleditor, that allows you to create icons online, and have them displayed in the gallery with about 7000 others (so far) I just ran a little script over Alexander Schlegel’s website, which posted about 200 FAT images. :-D Alex, I hope you’ll forgive me, if not, let’s settle this in a state-of-the-art Super Street Fighter 2 battle!!!
Hey everybody! I just made some F.A.T. screenshots of websites viewed with “The Timemachine” Firefox add-on. It uses the syntax of any website and adds a beautiful amateur style, like it was in common in the mid-90s.
ffff.at in the 90s // christmas time
google in the 90s // cyberspace under construction
youtube // jump ‘n’ run tribute
To become as cool as Marty McFly visit http://timemachine.6x.to immediately!!!
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