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.
Part of the C.R.E.A.M. exhibition at Art Micro Patronage.
Online Artist Talk, April 24th @ 7pm EST, at Art Micro Patronage
This a browser extension which turns all instances of Mitt Romney to Mittens Romney on web pages. ( Mitt is short for Mittens!!!! )
I’m convinced that nobody in the US would accept having a president named Mittens, so I am releasing a tool to highlight his real ( and rather cute ) name.
Screen shot of the installed extension:
What are you waiting for? Get Mittens Now!
Download and Install Mittens Safari Extension ( then double click to install )
Note: Firefox version was automatically made with this tool and isn’t working on google search results. Working on getting it working 100%. Update: Thanks to Greg Leuch – we have a much better 1.0.1 Firefox version, with google search result integration.
You can grab the code or contribute to the project on github:
White-out the over-produced reality of the Kardashians*.
In a time where many wish to marry out of love but can’t because of how others feel about the sanctity of it all, we have celebrity Kim Kardashian to thank for showing us how great celebrity life can be… gorgeous ceremony, romantic honeymoon, million dollar licensing fees, and everything in between.
As the masses drool over her over-produced reality, for others, ignorance can be a true bliss with a little help from the Dash-Out browser blockers.
* Also blocks out executive producer Ryan Seacrest.
While webmasters are able to support the OccupyInter.net protest on their sites, the other 99%* of netizens out there also need a way to armchair participate. For those netizens like , we are offering browser extensions to take over a show your protest for sites across the web while being able to see the volume of other netizens also protesting your favorite sites.
Download the browser extension for your browser, tell your friends, and continue to support the Internet Occupation!
New features for Chrome and Firefox include the ability to right-click to see the number of protesters that have occupied the current page, as well as selection options to control the loudness of the protesting crowd!
Code by Greg Leuch and Theo Watson
Extensions code: github.com/gleuch/occupy-internet-extensions
Server code: github.com/gleuch/occupy-internet-server
Concept development by Theo, Jerry, Jamie, Greg, Evan and Aram.
License under MIT License
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