This anti-doomscrolling website by Ben Grosser, an artist and professor at the University of Illinois, is intended to raise awareness about personal habits on social media during troubling times. For those who are not familiar with the term, doomscrolling is "a practice of surfing or scrolling through bad news headlines on the Internet, even if those stories create unpleasant or unhealthy feelings."
The anti-doomscrolling website is aptly called The Endless Doomscroller. The page is designed to specifically look like a common social media platform. However, the platform does show an "infinite scroll of generic, troubling headlines." From "Fear Persists" to "The Threat Is Existential," the headlines are by no means real. What Grosser is trying to do is spotlight the bad habit of doomscrolling and engage individuals in discourse about it.
Image Credit: The Endless Doomscroller