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Best Thing on the Internet Today: The Internet Is Annoying Game
Descending into the internet's lonely abyss.

The internet, non-contextualized, feels like a drifting vessel. It’s drifty, it’s airy, it’s open, it’s confused. You can click through buttons that we’re come to understand represent pathways, but to what space are they actually transporting you? 

Barcelona-based graphic designer and technology researchist Edu Martínez Piracés, has helped get us closer to this totalizing internet state with his game that looks at the familiar pathways of social media that have become such fixtures in the way orientation of web design is understood. Click through any button you wish and see where it takes you! 

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…Jessica Carroll is the Toronto Standard’s “Best Thing on the Internet Today” columnist. Follow her on Twitter at @jssckr.

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