Constant Dullaart released a new Google website called thecensoredinternet.com. Of course it does just exactly that what it says, censoring the Google results. You might also enjoy his other Google websites like therevolvinginternet.com, thedisagreeinginternet.com, thedoubtinginternet.com, thesleepinginternet.com and an other new one internetspread.com.
By the way, if you’re in Berlin this Thursday evening you should come and see SPEED SHOW: ‘Internet Treffpunkt’ – solo show Constant Dullaart, curated by Aram Bartholl. You can expect a today and tomorrow SPEED SHOW on July 21st. Mark your calendar!
This is the most awesome 450 page presentation you’ve ever seen. It took 3 animators 3 days to make this 450 frames animation in Google Docs. The cool thing about it? They were all in different location but could still edit the same document online at the same time. Plus, it super easy to share it afterwards. So go to http://goo.gl/6MJwH, let it load (it’s quite heavy) and then click through it. Or just watch the video below with some extra making of footage.
(btw, I can only see 413 pages …)
found at Frederik Frede
“Fashion Show with Google” is a 30 second TV commercial made by Robbin Ingvarsson & Waldemar Wegelin for the campaign ‘more with Google’ in Japan. It features the Image Search functions ‘sort by color’ and ‘similar images’. I really like it because it shows you that you can use the internet in many different ways.
And as a bonus: the Google Translate Beat Box. Try it yourself, click here.
The Satellite Collection is a series of six digital prints made by Jenny Odell. They are collages made with cut-out imagery from Google Satellite. Here’re my 2 favorites ones:
144 Empty American Parking Lots
195 Cargo Ships, Barges, Motorboats, Yachts, Tankers, Cruise Ships, Riverboats, Sailboats and Hospital Ships
The Revolving Internet is the internet revolving. Nothing more, nothing less. Constant Dullaart made this after he saw Uneven Google by Chris Collins, which is Google but uneven by 1 degree. Both work in Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
The Revolving Internet by Constant Dullaart
Uneven Google by Chris Collins: