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January 4, 2003 5:57 PM   Subscribe

'Low-fi.org has aggregated some fresh new net.art projects, loosely curated with the premises that the works are good and interesting, and are in varying stages of completion.'
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posted by hama7 (5 comments total)
Requires plenty of time and a bit of patience with the site navigation at first, but well worth it.
posted by hama7 at 5:58 PM on January 4, 2003

hama7, I noodled around on this site because I usually really enjoy your artsy-webby pointers, but yikes, that site navigation is hellish - it spawns sites in a new window that can't be resized, and all browser controls are disabled.

Well I found two sites that bear further exploring that I thought I would link to in case anyone else finds the navigation too daunting.

superchannel, a site that offers individual people and communities their own web channel and enables them to produce their own internet TV. Currently there are 28 channels and 1097 shows.

Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Scotland.

There are probably others there too - but these appealed to me.
posted by madamjujujive at 8:15 PM on January 4, 2003

What you say is nothing but the truth, madamejuju. There is one solution: each of the projects' names has a mouse-over menu which displays the project URLs, so you can view them in a more user- and browser-friendly way.

Many apologies.
posted by hama7 at 12:24 AM on January 5, 2003

ah, spoon fed - you are too kind, hama7 - thanks! I've had a bit of fun surfing this morning now... here are two fun things I found:
a house is not a home and Word Perhect.
posted by madamjujujive at 6:01 AM on January 5, 2003

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