Sure, you share your web experiences with your friends via social media sites, but what if you had to share your web browsing time with strangers simultaneously? Swedish artist Jonas Lund built a browser to do just that, turning surfing the web into a massive, collaborative activity. The project launched on May 29th, with a Surf Party (shown above) consisting of approximately 100 people, with many of them vying for control over the URL or search bars at the same time. The browser, called We See in Every Direction, is still available online, and its most recent visits can be viewed from the homepage. Hat tip goes to Wired!