Waste of time (2003)

Which is the best tool to write on internet?

Facing topics like abstract production, imagination, uselessness, www.k-hello.org gives its own opinion through a project: "Waste of time." "Waste of time" is a software which offers a new perspective to write on internet. You write a phrase and "Waste of time" constructs 10,000 webpages in such a way that, if you imagine the pages like 100 X 100 matrix, it is possible to read the phrase you wrote.

"Waste of time" is a content management system, i mean, it's devastation. Here the content is not the page but the page is a little part of the content, like a pixel for an image.

The optimization of futility, "Waste of time," denying the principles which are at the bottom of the development of commercial software, begins a campaign of freedom and imagination.

This campaign in k-hello's humble opinion ...

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Which is the best tool to write on internet?

Facing topics like abstract production, imagination, uselessness, www.k-hello.org gives its own opinion through a project: "Waste of time." "Waste of time" is a software which offers a new perspective to write on internet. You write a phrase and "Waste of time" constructs 10,000 webpages in such a way that, if you imagine the pages like 100 X 100 matrix, it is possible to read the phrase you wrote.

"Waste of time" is a content management system, i mean, it's devastation. Here the content is not the page but the page is a little part of the content, like a pixel for an image.

The optimization of futility, "Waste of time," denying the principles which are at the bottom of the development of commercial software, begins a campaign of freedom and imagination.

This campaign in k-hello's humble opinion is important. The beach of the net art is crowded with tourists wearing cameras round their necks, with strange people, dressed with improbable neckties, carrying elegant begs full of dollars, and with many, too many twins with different t-shirt. So it is better to remain offshore with a false shark's dorsal fin tied on the back.

The rest are mountains of words, sold to the highest offerer, in the years of infoproduction.

www.k-hello.org

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