The Collective Unconsciousness Project
January 19, 2002 9:56 PM   Subscribe

The Collective Unconsciousness Project is a cool Flash website that allows you to "travel through the dream database in a fluid and exploratory manner. Your travel will be based on connections of ideas and themes, and will be formed by both your interactions and the connections that are created. You have a limited amount of control, yet everything is related somehow."
posted by ashbury (5 comments total)
 
I know some of you might be interested.
posted by ashbury at 9:57 PM on January 19, 2002


Damn, I just refuse to download Flash 5. I need all the space for the stuff I have get to load my shows by myself. Cool idea and post, though. Hmm, another tagline:
MetaFilter - The Collectively Unconscious Project.
posted by y2karl at 10:53 PM on January 19, 2002


Neat link, pleasant design, however I'd hoped for a bit less linear navigation with that write up.

y2karl: don't understand your reasons there (the flash 5 player is miniscule, a fraction the HD space of a web browser), and there are a number of very interesting interfaces being developed with flash 5, you might want to reconsider.
posted by malphigian at 11:28 PM on January 19, 2002


someone should at least proofread the dreams. nothing worse than a dream typo demon.
posted by dopamine at 11:55 PM on January 19, 2002


I've always thought the most interesting dreams were always your own. So what if you went flying or were chased by James Brown. When do I get to go flying? When does the godfather come after me?
posted by skallas at 2:06 AM on January 20, 2002


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