The Website That Deletes Itself

Very interesting concept.

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For each unique visitor it receives, Temporary.cc deletes part of itself. These deletions change the way browsers understand the website’s code and create a unique (de)generative piece after each new user. Because each unique visit produces a new composition through self-destruction, Temporary.cc can never be truly indexed, as any subsequent act of viewing could irreparably modifiy it.

Temporary.cc from zach gage on Vimeo.

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  4. AlexisCeule

    That's awesome!

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