[NetBehaviour] THE CSSNAKETRIX/ this text is not my own

james jwm-art net james at jwm-art.net
Sun Sep 28 13:09:29 CEST 2008


Yes, but for normal everyday life it's my (cough expletives) own.

On 28/9/2008, "benjamin" <benjamin at cultura3.net> wrote:

>this text is not my own; my impluse drives the discourse.this
>discourse is not my own it is sedimented within my capacity for
>understanding and seeing; i have been programmed to be this way.this
>way is not my own; i share it with the others who cross, traverce and
>transcend through our memeterrain; i share it with my housemate from
>the other side of the world, whoes parents met at the same place as
>mine, though from the other side of the world and who was conceived
>at the same time as me.my housemate is not my own though we share
>some of the same source code.
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>On 28 Sep 2008, at 11:24, james jwm-art net wrote:
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>> THE CSSNAKETRIX
>>
>> A new online semi-net-art-but-not-really-but-could-be-up-to-you
>>           (it has user interaction and a gallery woooooo)
>> /*it's 1130 now been coding since 1430 yesterday to finish this*/
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>> Right,
>>
>> THE CSSNAKETRIX is a new work created by me, not entirely
>> original. It's a text-focused work abusing CSS and layering
>> oodles and oodles of text in different colours and positions
>> into your web browser.
>>
>> To begin with it has 8 examples, but you can modify these
>> and tamper with them and then save them to THE CSSNAKETRIX
>> GALLERY - but hurry, save spaces are limited to a hundred ;-)
>>
>> http://www.jwm-art.net/cssnaketrix/snaketrix.php
>>
>> Regards,
>> James.
>>
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>> ThE arRANGEment of tha C0d3 i5 m.y::own, i think,
>> atleast - I cut my own wood for it.
>>
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>Benjamin R Bailey de Paor
>Arts industries professional
>cultura3
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