April 3, 2012
Selfsurfing

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Selfsurfing by Jonas Lund is a Google Chrome extension for networked performance. The extension:

creates a self-surfing, auto-updating clone of my browser in real time. My browser has a server extension installed which transmits the current state of my browser to a intermediate server, which holds all relevant information. This information is then picked up by Selfsurfing extension.

Originally seen on Trianulationblog.

For related work (extensions for Firefox) see Disorganiser and Shiftspace.

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