e44
Jon Meyer

#E44 reformats today's New York Times web page using the layout conventions of the print-based New York Times from around 1860. I've personalized the content to my own tastes by converting certain keywords into headings when they appear in the text. The text is not altered in any other way.

The generated page doesn't make distinctions between advertising, markup, hyperlinks and news, and offers an alternate view of today's news in the media, based on a style from a period that predates the dominance of images.


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project homepage: http://www.cybergrain.com/e44
keywords: information-algorithmic-ascii-authorship-text_manipulation-
capitalism-code-conceptual-criticism-media-
news
category: text manipulation
uploaded by jonmeyer, 18 Mar 2005




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