I am really not happy with whatever genius decided that it was a cool idea to code web sites so that the arrow keys on the keyboard make you jump from page to page rather than letting you scroll around WITHIN the page.
"Well, golly, now you can navigate our site without the mouse!"
Yeah, but I can only see a WHOLE FREAKING PAGE if I DO use the mouse. And I spend more time navigating ON a page than I do bouncing BETWEEN them. If I forget I'm on a Stupid Interface Site, I will accidentally hit an arrow key -- and hitting the opposite one DOESN'T GET ME BACK TO WHERE I WANT TO BE.
I know this has been in place for months now, if not years -
One of the comic-related blogs that I peruse regularly is also art-related: Superhero of the Month. They have a pretty straightforward shtick: each month, they pick a superhero, and invite the art community to reinterpret that character with new costume designs and, occasionally, revamped backgrounds. The contest is usually sponsored by some comic book shop, and the prizes tend to be graphic novels featuring the character in question.
It's a concept that's produced some really impressive and thoughtful looks at iconic characters, and it's one that depends heavily on fair use, remix culture, and the principles of the transformative works mo