Web of Lies is a fascinating piece of web fiction about food webbing
Weber, a web developer and designer from the UK, created Web of Liars as a way to connect with people from all walks of life and explore their food web experiences.
Weber says he and his friends created Web Of Liars in order to get them to talk about their food experiences.
“Food is an interesting topic that we’ve explored for quite a while,” Weber tells Mashable.
“There’s a lot of different kinds of food web and what people are finding on there.”
Weber explains that webbing can be used to share stories of people’s food experiences, and he’s often inspired by what he sees in people’s blogs and Twitter feeds.
“I was really surprised to see how many people were sharing stories of their food,” he says.
“A lot of it was food related.”
Webers friends created a series of web-based games to allow people to connect on their food and their lives.
Web of liars is the result of their exploration of food Web sites.
It’s also a way for people to share their experiences of their own food experiences with their friends.
Webers own experiences with food, and the web, are not always shared, he says, but he hopes people can use it as a tool to learn more about each other’s experiences.