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Browser Pong is a traditional Pong game played not in a browser window, but with browser windows.
ClickClub is an art project by Peter Luining, consisting of a webpage with images that all link to new pages with animations, images, interactive pages, often with stimulating, sometimes sexually themed content. The pages provoke to keep clicking.
The site is a collection of animated DHTML pages, stitched together, to reload and refresh randomly into each other. Fullscreen compositions melts into another; images swarm literally across your screen, stretching and narrowing. It is as if a pop up virus has taken over your computer completely, opening and closing windows seemingly at random. Browser poetry.
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Mark Napier’s Riot is an alternative, "cross-content" Web browser. Like its real-world namesake, Riot disrupts the accepted rules of property and exposes the fragility of territorial boundaries. Inspired by the clashing classes and ideologies of New York's Lower East Side, Napier created a software "melting pot," a blender that mixes Web pages from separate domains into one browser window. The basic functionality of Riot is still rooted in traditional browser conventions: you surf the Web by entering a URL into the location bar, or by selecting from bookmarks.
Salvaged off a laptop, World of Awe 1.0 contains the journal of a traveler in search of a lost treasure. Navigate through personal love letters, log entries and detailed descriptions of the unusual navigation tools. The interface appears like a damaged desktop but it;s not. It's just odd. Patience helps.
Through a portal on 419 East 6th street in Manhattan, a traveler crosses into the parallel world called Sunset/Sunrise, to search for a lost treasure.