Learning from the lessons of the 1%, I set forth to outsource our occupy-related labor to a robotic workforce. Robots obviously have many advantages over their human counterparts. For instance, robots never get tired, they don’t get cold, they don’t sleep, nor eat, don’t require tents, and when armed insurrection becomes necessary, robots are much more morally ambivalent. Additionally, we had a discussion with an unnamed member of the San Francisco police force and they confided in us that the police currently do not have any plan for dealing with robotic occupiers.
For all of those reasons and more, I present to you Occu(pi) Bot; the first in a promising line of tireless, unstoppable, robotic class warriors.
Learn how to make your own:
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
The notorious artist Ai Weiwei has been detained by Chinese authorities with very little known information about his status and wellbeing*. He
has been was detained for 81 days, upsetting many in the art world for the treatment of an expressive artist in a country where outspoken expression is largely oppressed.
We, as artists and art viewers, should not let this happen. Protest the Chinese detention of Ai Weiwei. Boycott! Protest! Block Chinese sites until Ai Weiwei is released by preventing yourself from surfing into Chinese web territories.
Download the China Web Boycott extension for your browser and boycott Chinese websites whenever artists, like Ai Weiwei, are detained without explanation or justification. Be alerted when he is released, as well as when other artists are detained in China, and boycott Chinese web sites only when artists are being held in detention!
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