Keyword: Website

Resources

Evolution of the Scrollbar / Sébastien Matos

https://scrollbars.matoseb.com

Stream / Leander Herzog

Social rhythm patterns

https://www.leanderherzog.ch/stream/

sdnotes / unfounded labs

Create public websites to share simple posts by claiming a URL, no password, no login. Pages are deleted after 30 days of inactivity. Super simple and ingenius.

https://sdnotes.com/faq

Other Orders / Sam Lavigne

„Other Orders is a tool for sorting text and tweets.

Recommendation engines like the ones powering the endless feeds on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, are designed to maximize ad revenue, and therefore to keep you online for as long as possible. In doing so they promote the most reactionary content on their platforms. Yet, these recommendation systems are nothing more than sorting mechanisms.

Other Orders provides an alternate set of sorts, optimized for other outcomes.“

https://otherorders.net

stl.garden / Matthew Rayfield

Most recent STL files from GitHub nicely listed and displayed.

http://stl.garden

Popup Trombone / Matthew Rayfield

http://matthewrayfield.com/goodies/popup-trombone/

Form Art / Alexei Shulgin

„Russian artist Alexei Shulgin’s Form Art (1997), which used HTML buttons and boxes as the raw material for monochromatic compositions, is at first glance a purely formal study of certain aspects of HTML. But it was also absurd: Form Art transformed the most bureaucratic, functional, and unloved aspects of the web into aesthetic, ludic elements.“

„By rendering these standard forms useless, Shulgin draws attention to the materiality and function of the web. “Bringing them in focus was a declaration of the fact that a computer interface is not a ‚transparent‘ invisible layer to be taken for granted,“ Shulgin notes, „but something that defines the way we are forced to work and even think.”“

Rhizome Net Art Anthology
Link to work

Hardly Everything

„The prominent apps and sites often share a common element today; the feed. It looks like Facebook’s timeline, or Buzzfeed’s homepage—an endlessly updating stream of content, designed to keep you returning, and spending more time.

You frequently hear of us feeling burnt out by this “drinking from a firehose.” Of course, these products know that, and are increasingly implementing steps to filter what you see and what you don’t based in part on what keeps you returning—a perpetually shifting mix, resulting in what has become known as the filter bubble, FOMO, and other things.

Hardly Everything attempts to circumnavigate these corporate feeds by supplying you with an anti-feed.“

https://hello.hardlyeverything.com

A line moving across a window once every year

http://a-line-moving-across-a-window-once-every-year.com

Ouvroir du Design Graphique Potentiel

http://www.ougrapo.de

TransFeed / Sylvain Jule

„TransFeed investigates the agregation, confrontation and archival of online documents.

TransFeed implies that if knowledge is information put into movement, manipulated, it is necessary to find places that allow this manipulation. Its purpose is to initiate a reflection on the forms that would suit this tool, and to question the levels of relation between texts.“

http://transfeed.io/en

originalcopy

„Copying has become ubiquitous yet invisible, both in the digital realm and in the analog world. In the arts-based research project originalcopy we develop a working model that subjects the dichotomy of original and copy to a re-evaluation from a post-digital perspective and sheds light on this contradictory phenomenon. Our research focuses on the tensions between the supposed immateriality of digital technologies and their material manifestations by appropriating contemporary methods of copying and exposing them to artistic processes of transformation and translation. In originalcopy we are less interested in the results of a recycling derived from the double act of copying copying strategies, rather the processes that lead to them. Our main question is how copying practices can be rendered productive for the investigation of the same.“

http://www.ocopy.net

The Artist is Typing / Guido Segni

http://theartististyping.com

The Crossing Machine / Graziana Dammacco & Davide Giorgetta

„The Crossing Machine is a mind tool conceived to stimulate the creation of new publishing artifacts. The main purpose of the project is to investigate technologies and publishing from a post-digital perspective and to propose new methodologies for producing self-reflective works.“

http://www.thecrossingmachine.tk

Critical Atlas of Internet / Louise Drulhe

„The aim of the “Critical Atlas of Internet” is to use spatial analysis as a key to understanding social, political and economic issues on Internet.“

http://www.internet-atlas.net

Terrapattern / Golan Levin, David Newbury, Kyle McDonald

„A visual search tool for satellite imagery“

http://www.terrapattern.com

http://redirectory.club

http://redirectory.club

Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical Graphics, and Data Visualization

http://datavis.ca/milestones/

DISimages / DIS

Stock images by artists.

http://disimages.com

Library of Babel / Jonathan Basile

„If completed, it would contain every possible combination of 1,312,000 characters, including lower case letters, space, comma, and period. Thus, it would contain every book that ever has been written, and every book that ever could be – including every play, every song, every scientific paper, every legal decision, every constitution, every piece of scripture, and so on. At present it contains all possible pages of 3200 characters, about 104677 books.“

https://libraryofbabel.info

Also, the principle applied to image data:
https://babelia.libraryofbabel.info

Binder

Web framework to link contents from different online services together.

http://thisisourwork.net/binder/

Hash / Glen Chiacchieri

Url animations with simple editor.

http://glench.com/hash/

FOLD / Alexis Hope, Kevin Hu

Contextual news and storytelling platform.

http://www.fastcodesign.com/
http://fold.media.mit.edu

Bicycle for Two Thousand / Aaron Koblin, Daniel Massey

…is comprised of over 2,000 voice recordings collected via Amazon’s Mechanical Turk web service.

http://www.bicyclebuiltfortwothousand.com/

This Exquisite Forest

Collaborative online development of animations with alternative narrative paths. Tree as interface metaphor.

http://www.exquisiteforest.com

Moving Pixel Portraits / Oliver Laric

http://oliverlaric.com/

Memoseum / Nikolaus Gansterer

„Das Memoseum ist eine dynamische Sammlung des Erinnerns und des Vergessens, im ständigen Prozess der Erweiterung.“

http://www.gansterer.org

Taswir Atlas

Digital image atlas following ideas of Aby Warburg and Walter Benjamin, focused on objects of non-western culture. Not very rich of material.

„…for the display an open number of artifacts, objects and positions that may enter via an edited matrix of attributes into variable, unpredictable, and dynamic relations with each other.“

http://www.taswir.org/

I read where I am

Book and website with essays about future forms of reading. Free to read online.

http://www.ireadwhereiam.com/

Hottest to Coldest

http://www.hottesttocoldest.com/