This website, OMitUH One must imagine the user happy, is inspired on Albert Camus essay The Myth of Sisyphus (Le Mythe de Sisyphe). You can view it as an artwork in which we not only speculate about the absurdity that can be seen in man's life, but also in the life span of a computer system. Think of a computer system as a living entity functioning on algorithms created by its human handler. Usually the main goal is collecting information from humans to serve other human beings. In most cases the data gathered is used for the purpose of target advertising. You can see it as a way we view human beings that also gives us a certain capacity to predict online behavior. In turn, provided the target advertisers do their job, the humans can't help but be influenced. They now see, think and act in different ways because of the information they are being provided. For a computer system and its targeting algorithms there always seems to be a need for new data on the human beings being monitored. Creating purpose for the mining algorithms, who'll go to work so the target for advertisements can be determined. Giving meaning to the algorithms that advertise with the purpose of manipulation of the user. Now imagine computer systems laboring in the data mines, popup ads, and sponsored content. So, the humans can endlessly scroll away through news feeds with cat videos, meme's and inspiring quotes. They must be kept busy, user engagement, they should keep providing us with new and valuable information on their behaviors. The now ever-growing stack off big data for Sisyphus to scroll up and down through is now online twenty-four seven! So, to us it seems we will always have new information to process and data to collect. At this point computer systems might have a clearer understanding of human society’s beliefs about eternal truths and values in life. This brings to mind the question what the data could tell us about these notions of meaning, and how it's perceived through a would-be intelligent computer.