While visiting sites that link to UbiKann the other day I came across a site called Neatorama, which covers funny and unusual content.
One of the posts covers the story of the WebDNA project. When I tried it the first time the guy’s server must have been slowly dying under the numerous hits from so many visitors. Today however I was able to take a few snapshots of different sites.
This is UbiKann.com’s DNA profile “Ã la” WebDNA :
This is Significant-Media.com’s WebDNA (a site I just finished) :
This is the WebDNA of Gossamer-Threads (my hosting company) :
Finally this is the WebDNA of ‘A List A Part’ :
The Web DNA site explains that the structure of the content is used to create the image and that “a semantically rich site will appear brighter than one with messy old-style code”…