Trailblazers Convert Web Surfing Nostalgia Into A Competitive Event
The game offers respite from Google-led browsing by returning to the old country of world wide web surfing.
Is culture accelerating so quickly that we’ve reached a point where we already have heady nostalgia for the old days of hyperlink surfing and link pages on websites?
The Trailblazers competition seems to suggest we have:
Theo Seemann created Trail Blazers as a surfing match in which the winner is the person who can find the shortest path between two sites, with only a mouse to navigate. The player has no keyboard and cannot use a search engine. The game is played with a slightly modified browser that registers every click