For Internet mistakes you’d like to forget (like the wholly regrettable theme on your MySpace page) and social sites that are putting a serious dent in your daily productivity (you know the ones), Erasey Page will let you erase it all, one website at a time. At least after a fashion.
The web-based project offers to give Internet prisoners their lives back – just put in the address of the website you want to remove from your life and erase away with the giant eraser. Of course, you’re really only erasing an image of your least favorite or most time-consuming site – those websites will still be there when you choose to return. But Erasey Page does provide a reminder that life does exist outside of the web, if you’re brave enough to face it.
While Erasey Page is currently offline as it features in Miami Beach’s Bass Museum of Art, it will be available to web users as early as April 6. Until then, we’ll have to settle for the less-cathartic version of turning off the Internet noise – closing the web browser.