Re: How Do You Want To Go Today?

Posted by M. River | Thu Dec 19th 2002 1 a.m.

--- Net Art News <netartnews@rhizome.org> wrote:

RHIZOME.ORG -> NET ART NEWS
December 19, 2002

How Do You Want To Go Today?

http://www.googlism.com/

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some of a gooleism on Jodi.org
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jodi.org is unfailingly acute
jodi.org is a weird place
jodi.org is advertising on our site?
jodi.org is the creation of a group of european
artists joan heemskerk and dirk paesmans
jodi.org is punk rock
jodi.org is as much a product of the web as a
reflection on it
jodi.org is a collection of html forms where users can
post text messages and see what other users have
written
jodi.org is in the experience of finding and enjoying
its many hidden surprises and the underlying aesthetic
jodi.org is code stripped of all functionality
jodi.org is bound to send someone's blood
jodi.org is now being escorted from the building
jodi.org is a rare web gem
jodi.org is the world's first html
jodi.org is the art of the future
jodi.org is probably the last thing we have done in
the net art section
jodi.org is based on the source code of a 'shoot 'em
up' style computer game
jodi.org is random creativity
jodi.org is seriously weird
jodi.org is using the undefined side effects of html
jodi.org is shit do not call it shit
jodi.org is simple yet obtuse
jodi.org is mainly playing around with mac or html
surfaces
jodi.org is a great site
jodi.org is in "arts"
jodi.org is a spoiled little girl
jodi.org is not the shaking windows
jodi.org is a 'useless' site
jodi.org is a fun site to explore

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  • Paul | Thu Dec 19th 2002 1 a.m.
    I have a strange toy which uses the google image search feature to grab two random images and create a new third image . It attempts to use textures and patterns found in the input image to re-create the target image.

    The results range from random garbage to the bizarre. Feel free to take a look and download it (Windows PC only - sorry):

    http://art.gen.nz/index.php?page=gs

    Cheers and Merry Christmas!
    - Paul
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