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It ain’t “public” space unless you have a right to hack. Let me introduce a series of greasemonkey scripts that turn Google into your free playground…

http://www.gzzglz.com/

Following a great classic work by ZEVS, this script makes all Google logos (including holiday doodles!) “dripping” during your daily surfing.

I know, you even wanna draw “fuck” on Google logos. This script makes it possible. All strokes “drip” of course, and you can change stroke colors by pressing number keys.

You need a larger wall? Then this lets you draw tags on search results! Remove results you don’t need by double-clicking them and make your own wall to draw.

Also here‘s another prototype script I made before, try and see the result!

All codes are in public domain, written by ysugano from Tokyo F.A.T.

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Posted on February 5, 2010

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COMMENTS

  1. Abe says:

    Would be amazing to graffiti on any website, and then randomly show what someone else painted there. A way to leave messages for each other :)

  2. Abe says:

    (of course using GML :)

  3. monki says:

    (sure, it s in progress. to be released soon)

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