The Element triggers radical and subversive thinking and is thus confident to be able to shatter the foundations of society as we know it today.
As a consequence it receives extraordinary feedback, such as:"I would kindly ask you to remove me from your distribution list" or "Why have you chosen a red background?"
To reply to such ground-breaking questions, the Element has added legendary marginal contents to its start page - following the tradition of Pierre Fermat.
An overdue update: As per end of 2015, the Red Pages are not red anymore: The elkement has started the largest web re-organization in its history and
merged its three sites into one. And it developed a new platform from scratch, but - alas - Paintblog will call it Scripts nonetheless.
However, we are considering to launch a Kickstarter campaign so that we cound fund the extraordinary costs of changing the layout from time to time, such as announcing Red X-Mas Nostalgia Weeks. Let us know if you are interested in investing!
But no elemental content had been harmed in this migration! The elkement is a true curator and never deletes anything!
© EPSI (2005 until the end of time) Do not send your feedback to: epsi [guess what to insert here to make an e-mail address out of it] epsi.name. Due to fundamental problems of self-reference (that is: referring mainly to our own EPSI pages) a disclaimer concerning hyperlinks does not make any sense at all. Nevertheless, fond of absurdity, we declare to be not responsible for pages we link to. So-called Legal notice: epsi.name is a private, non-commercial website with contributions from EPSI, an Austrian think tank and association of self-proclaimed artists: E-lement from Workers' Street, P-aintblog from Wall Street, S-ammelraum from Forger's Street, I-rgendwer from z-village. And now, I need more text to fill this container Lorem-Ipsum-style. Text is aligned 'justify' on purpose. Yes, we know that this does not increase readability! But you should not read this actually!!