Eccentrics and Artists Use Technology to Express Themselves

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Staff at Gogofrog, a 3D webspace provider, have been pleasantly surprised by the creativity and originality of the sites being produced by some its users around the world.

It seems that every day a new piece of technology is released that allows bizarre to take on a whole new face. Technology is making it easier for a wide range of people, from creative geniuses to those that might be considered ‘eccentric’, to make stunning and innovative web sites that detail their passions and interests.

Creating a website to display your passion, whatever it may be, has never been so simple. Purpose built for user simplicity, innovative websites like Gogofrog now allow anyone to create a website without having to learn any 'technical jargon' at all, basically freeing the web up for all. This has let creative, sometimes ‘non- technical’ people to show off their many and varied interests on the web. Eccentric individual poetry sites ( and mad but still mind-blowing art galleries ( or are proving that the internet can provide an easily accessible outlet for creative expression, no matter how bizarre.

After its launch in April 2005, within a month alone, more than 1000 users from around the globe built Web Spaces using Gogofrog’s 3d Web Space service. The service is free and all users need to do is input a username & password, provide an email address, then follow a few basic site construction steps that include choosing from a set of templates to get started quickly

Gogofrog CEO, Vincent Teubler says, “The web has been a happy medium for those whose idea of fun is outside the norm. We launched Gogofrog with the expectation of seeing a whole load of business and personal websites. Along with these, we’ve been surprised to see interesting, creative and sometimes really crazy sites popping up every day. For example, lots of sites ( have emerged, created by owners with the sole purpose of doing nothing but promoting their own pets!”

Gogofrog Pty Ltd of Melbourne, Australia was established in April 2005 to offer easy-to-use Web services to nontechnically minded people. Founded by CEO Vincent Teubler, Creative Director Lorenzo Lorefice and R&D Engineer Glen Mitchell, Gogofrog’s first offering is the 3D Web Space hosting service The company’s mission is to attract a community of enthusiastic 3d Web Space users as well as developers who will expand and evolve the concept into a viable three-dimensional niche on the Web. Visit Gogofrog on the Web at

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