Archive for July, 2006

Constrained Clicking

We’ve discussed the various possible forms of constrained writing many times here, so why not ‘constrained clicking’? I was referred to a blog collective, TruthBeauty, from a out-of-the-ways town in Australia, Wagga Wagga, and discovered a post by ‘casey’ about a great wikipedia game. Here is the post reblogged here:

over the school holidays my dear son Zach […]


We’ve spoken a couple of times about SPAM: the inspiring texts used in SPAM and how we read them differently to bots and another about a site that collects entertaining examples of email spam. Well, zefrank has a work called ‘request’ (2004) which is a dramatisation of a spam email. Very funny when the words […]

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