GridcosmLevel 1298 of 4696
Started on Nov 25, 2002.
Completed on Nov 26, 2002.
Grid poemOn the roof of your mouth the shell of a microscopic ocean animal is magnified 392 times its actual size. The ancient creature, called Radiolarian, lived in the waters off Antarctica and is now used to study such things as tiny wonderlands and people who are convinced that everyone and everything else is stupid. For these customers we cannot give full credit on the floor, but discounts taken at the register we can do. With re- bates we iffy but exhilarating flights of futile frustrating febrile fantasys. Slap H.A.P.P.Y. W.A.S.T.E.
Getting aroundTo navigate, click the outer edges of the grid to zoom-out (up one level). Click the center of the grid to zoom-in (down one level). Would you prefer to jump to a random level? You might also enjoy the animated viewer, with which you can watch Gridcosm levels fly by. Disoriented? Read more about the Gridcosm collaborative art project.
AdministriviaThis is Gridcosm engine version 2.931.
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