We can’t think of a better way of starting off the big ‘10 than laughing at other peoples misery! Of course, we don’t really mean that…We do in turn want to take a moment to thank all of you for your continuous support! Therefore, we wish each and every one of you the very best this new year, and hope you’ll enjoy this epic Wall of FAIL as much as we do!
Put this baby on full screen and enjoy the ride. In reality, New Stripes is an interactive video/site by Mitch Trale for a song by Restless People, although if you ask me the experience is much more worthwhile without the audio. It’s dope!
A family shouldn’t have to wait until Sunday to worship the Lord… Now, you can go to church every day without leaving your home.
This Wii Pray videogame promo/trailer, has got viral written all over it! Regardless of the fact that it’s really just a hoax to promote Dante’s Inferno (a much bloodier game), its fair to give the developers a shout-out for their twisted sense of humor…
Temporary.cc is an incredible internet-based project by Zach Gage that deletes itself until it no longer exists..
According to Gage, for each unique visitor it receives, Temporary.cc deletes part of itself. These deletions change the way browsers understand the website’s code and create a unique (de)generative piece after each new user. Because each unique visit produces a new composition through self-destruction, Temporary.cc can never be truly indexed, as any subsequent act of viewing could irreparably modify it… Eventually, like tangible media, Temporary.cc will fall apart entirely, becoming a blank website. Its existence will be remembered only by those who saw or heard about it.
You can check out the site’s destruction, as documented by myself after 4 visits to the site, following the jump!
Imagine an Internet where banner ads would be turned into contemporary art… Wouldn’t that be nice? Well, its now possible as a free Firefox extension thanks to the Add-Art project by Brooklyn-based artist Steve Lambert. Add-Art is a collaborative project based on open source technologies developed ad the Eyebeam OpenLab (where Steve is a Senior Fellow) with the support of Rhizome Commissions, and open to the collaboration of curators.
Here’s an introductory video for those of you that refuse to believe what you read: