Everyone searches the web. It's easy, clean and fast. You type your query, hit enter and the browser gives you what you were looking for.
The graphs presented here outline the function calls being performed during a search for "software art". Five of the most active scripts are portrayed with one line representing a function call being performed during the 10 seconds long data collection period. This is a small subset of the data collected, but may provide some insight into the complexity of something so simple as searching the web.
We are working on sonifying the data, a summary of our experiments so far: