Happy Easter from Teletext40!, by Dan Farrimond.
Character encoding on the www. Unicode became the most popular standard in 2008 and four years later 60% of all web pages indexed by Google used Unicode. Also interesting to note that Chinese encoding has been doing a sinus wave since 2007.
Visualize your browser habits with browser plugin. It sequences the favicons of all the URLs you have visited lately. Mine was just full of braille symbols because of Flappy Braille, so these images are from here.
Made by Shan Huang. More info here. Get the plugin for Chrome here.
ASCII Browser Compositions by A Bill Miller. Experiments in displaying text (not images) on the web. It maintains the original modularity of the content, but also allows for different typography compared to what textmode normally offers.