[NetBehaviour] Being hacked by pooch humpers and loving it.

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Sat Jan 13 16:06:53 CET 2007

Hi Jason,

THis is pretty interesting stuff - I like the layout that you have put 
together to introduce your experience regarding 'pooch humpers', and I 
will revisit again later on today to have a deeper read about it all.

It's god that you have managed to turn a negative act into something 
productive and useful in respect of adding another context to your work 
- in fact, it re-emphasizes an element of net art as well...


> *Being hacked by pooch humpers and loving it. *
> *
> http://www.secrettechnology.com/poochlove/doggy.html
> *
> **
> As an artist I’ve made a breakthrough, of sorts. After having one of 
> my little used art sites hacked then littered with strange codes, my 
> subsequent clumsy “investigation” uncovered my rarely updated domain 
> was listed as one of the top sites for such glorious search strings as 
> Horsey, Beasty, Doggy humping/smexing/fudging (and other fun hobbies). 
> While I initially felt violated and angry, I decided to use their code 
> and google work against them, and I could just taste (maybe not taste) 
> a new sticky fingered and dog smelling audience slobberingly waiting 
> to experience my artwork. All 50,000 of the piggy boinkers.
> http://www.secrettechnology.com/poochlove/doggy.html
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