Finnish artists Juha van Ingen and Janne Särkelä have developed a monumental GIF called AS Long As Possible, which loops once per 1000 years. The 12 gigabyte GIF is made of 48,140,288 numbered frames, that change about every 10 minutes. They plan to start the loop in 2017, when GIF turns 30 years old. "If nurturing a GIF loop even for 100 — let alone 3,000 years — seems an unbelievable task, how much remains of our present digital culture after that time?", van Ingen said.
Read more... as if you can read it with this background:
What the hell... I've never seen such a horrible website background. It's worse than those old Geocities sites. It's nearly impossible to stay on there for more than 10 seconds.
It could give me a headache real quick.