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How the world works, or maybe how it doesn't. The rules of the universe can and will be broken. You being here is proof enough.

don't tell me where to go


  • Your world is called Space. Feels a bit silly to write it down, but maybe someone needs to know.
  • Space expands proportionately to the amount of people that occupy it. This seems true so far.

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  • People come to life in spontaneous generation at a fixed age.
  • The person does not get to choose where they spawn.
  • The circumstances of your generation are troublesome.


  • Everyone has a site. You are certain of this, so you must have one as well, somewhere.
  • A site is a physical place that acts as whatever the owner wants it to be: a home, an art gallery, a forum, to name a few...
  • People code their sites using different devices: desktop, laptop, even flip phone and keytar, to name a few...
  • You think that if you leave this place, you will find your site.

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Under Construction



Don't Blink

Don't Blink


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Move Dodge Gallery

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The Box

fr0zen t0ast


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Other Places

The Bin

Disc Space (you are here...?)

the bin

  • If you delete something from your site, it goes to the Bin.
  • For a certain amount of time, you have a chance to restore the deleted asset.
  • If not, the asset is gone for good, supposedly.
  • If you decide to log off, both you and your site go to the Bin.
  • For a certain amount of time, you have a chance to decide to return with your site intact.
  • If not, your site will be deleted and you will no longer exist in Space. If you choose to return someday, you'll have to start your site all over again.


  • No one is able to modify or delete a site other than their own.
  • No one is able to delete (force log off) another person.
  • You thought this to be true until Seo disproved it.
  • The exception to this rule is integral to your escape.

maybe a footer. maybe not.