Are you a “webmaster”, admin, blog owner or someone with access to index.html files? Are you interested in taking part in the recent global wave of revolution from the comfort of your home computer?
Add the animated GIF army to websites you control (or can get control of) by pasting the following code into any HTML file:
UPDATE (10-20-2011): Occupy Service!
Force-occupy any website with “Occupy The Internet – The Service”.
Just insert a URL and send-out the link! fffff.at/occupy
• Example: Goldmansachs.com occupied!!!
UPDATE (10-19-2011): Occupy Plugin!
Occupy any site with the Occupy The Internet browser plugin ( beta ):
• Safari: download beta plugin here | source code here.
( to install unzip and drag into safari ).
• FireFox: Coming Soon.
• Chrome: Coming Soon.
Websites currently being occupied:
After overwhelming response this list has become too cumbersome to manually update. All occupied websites should now be automatically added to http://occupyinter.net/sites (and /stats) thanks to Jamie.
To add your occupied website to this list please post a link in the comments, send an email to or tweet us @FFFFFAT
If you would like to contribute animated GIF occupation soldiers please leave URLs in the comment thread of this post where they will be called up for duty. Note: images should have transparent backgrounds.
Source code: github.com/jamiew/occupy-internet-widget
Update (1/9/11 2:20pm PST):
Update: (1/9/11 5:45pm PST):
Update: (1/9/11 11:45pm PST):
Even more… (1/11/11 2:18pm):
You may have heard about Young Me Now Me, a fun Ze Frank thing. After discovering the painting of Georges Emile Lebacq below (thanks Patrick) and it’s remarkable likeness to my visage, we at FFFFF.at developed something with a little more dignity and class, it’s called: Impressionist Me, Now Me.
Get out that new digital camera you just unwrapped, do some hunting online and get into it.
Here’s the rules:
1. Search commons.wikimedia.org or other sites for a historical painting, drawing, or early photograph that looks like you. (It’s easier than you think) It doesn’t have to be an impressionist painting, that’s just what we started with.
2. Create a photo of you today where you recreate the pose and scene as best you can. Try to dress the same.
3. Put the two images side by side and upload it into the comments!
Here’s some to get us started:
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