(Image courtesy of Joanne McNeil)
Here’s a piece of digital artwork that fits into the very fabric of the internet, rather than using the internet to simply display it.
In short, the extension ups the friendliness of any email you choose, automatically. By quite a bit, in fact. So much so that it’s meant to make users think about how much friendliness we jam into our messages, as the artist explains on Medium.
McNeil is currently at work on a book about privacy and internet culture, according to her website.
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