Can the manner in which we perceive content on the web be materialized into a tangible form? Is there a way of aestheticizing information on the web? This project became an exercise in lending form to code on the web.
Below are some of the rules I applied in comparing (or we can say 'printing') the coded content of the websites.
While the websites demonstrated here are an initial assortment, and while they do not (and cannot) allude to content and material on the front-end, I wonder if this approach can be applied in other (more lucrative) contexts.
For example, in comparing lifetimes of work in comparative literature or in comparing large amounts of technical information. Perhaps then patterns of words (the string) could begin to indicate a style or a way of thinking through shape and form.