One question to contemplate as you explore the sites below: How are the individuals, groups, or organizations taking advantage of digital media to question, challenge, or otherwise "jam" mainstream culture?

You might think about questions like:

  • Who is the audience for this site? How does the site "speak to" this audience?

  • What is the purpose of the site?

  • In what context (can you presume) the site was created? In what context (political, cultural, economic, etc.) does the site function? What context is the site responding to?

  • What are some of the different techniques the authors/designers/creators have used to take advantage of digital space to articulate their message?

  • How effective are the different techniques the authors/designers/creators used to articulate their message?
 
       
       
  7 deadly www.youwerehere.com/seven_sins.html  
       
  spoof ads adbusters.org/spoofads/index.php  
       
  BLF www.billboardliberation.com/index.php  
       
  liberty www.free-market.net/resources/introduction.swf  
       
  negativland www.negativland.com/slideshow/index.html  
       
  whitehouse.org www.whitehouse.org/  
       
  subvertise lightning.prohosting.com/~subvert/subverts/thubm.html  
       
  yes men theyesmen.org  
       
  shards o' glass www.shardsoglass.com  
       
  generic www.areyougeneric.org/  
       
  trojanmedia.org/hypermart/  
       
  guerilla girls www.guerrillagirls.com/  
       
  billionairesforbush.com/index.php  
       
  reject www.rejectfalseicons.com/  
       
  protester www.rtmark.com/rtcom/protester