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)
1. From Guthrie’s project; scroll to the bottom, click “home” then go to “my links” which takes you to his del.icio.us. If you’ve saved one of the same links he has up, you can easily navigate to your own delicious (via the “saved by X other people” link). And from there you can go anywhere you want, provided you’ve saved the link in advance.
2. From Jessica Ciocci’s Page; scroll to the bottom, click “Ancient & Accurate” then find the link that says “http://www.houstonraves.com/art.html”. This will take you to a 404 page with a Google search field. By highlighting and dragging the other text on the page, you can essentially type whatever you want into Google. Every letter of the alphabet is represented on there, barring J, Q and Z, but you can prolly get by without them anyway.
Avoid this lady:
Make sure you got your BLING on
project page up HERE.
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