Via Nick Bilton’s report in the New York Times. Just in case you need more ways:
If you’ve ever wondered about the flow of your mouse around your computer screen, a free downloadable application, called “mouse pointer track,” can help you follow these esoteric movements and turn them into a fascinating blur between art and information.
The simple application was developed by Anatoly Zenkov, a Russian graphic designer and programmer, and has been downloaded tens of thousands of times since he first released it in late January this year.
The resulting image looks like a modern-artish squiggle, which I guess you could frame and put in a museum. Which would still be a waste of time.
It’s not a “blur between art and information.” As art it’s not art, and as information it’s useless. So we don’t have to do any exploration of blur here.