See the net differently using artistic browsers, mail software that adds phrases to the emails you write, install a program that visualises the data on your harddrives or spread disinformation about (not) yourself across the network: all this and more at Dive. Their latest collection of net art is different again: it’s art about piracy. At Burn, for instance, you upload files, assigning them a colour rather than a title. You drag and drop files other people have uploaded onto an image of a CD, and when done, you can burn a CD of the files – only you don’t know what you just chose. You only know that you chose a pink, an orange and an acid yellow file. (Via Rhizome)

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