googe.JPGZeph already pointed towards the celebration of festivities online that appears to be creative temporary redesign of webpages’ characteristic elements, like logo, banners or general design.  “…It is evident that only sites which understand themselves to be institutions—e.g. institutions of the Max-Payne community—follow that practice”, he writes. That’s an interesting statement that trickles into the pool of my nondirected associations. Like where is the difference in how bloggers celebrate calendary celebrities and which do they celebrate and which not and what may this tell. And does it tell anything?

An individuum in any case sits in front of the screen, typing code into the machine. Look at the screenshot I’ve taken from Google tonight. It’s Valentine’s Day. Wonder where the employee had been virtually when creating today’s Google logo variation. cybernaut.JPG     


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