Swensonia’s range is expansive. Our history dates back to 1992 as the co-founder (along with Supervert 32C) of Necro Enema Amalgamated, producer of BLAM! CD-ROM series. Blam! was proclaimed the “first CD-ROM experimental magazine” by Steven Heller in Graphic Design Timeline: A Century of Design Milestones and proclaimed "the Marilyn Manson of multimedia" by Time Out New York.
What those who were alive in those days most often remember is that BLAM! included the interactive media world’s first fully functioning behavioral profiling engine, generating ear-splitting and eye-bleeding motion graphic advertisements as well as “punishment pieces” for user behaviors the creators judged according to specific profiles. We believe that NEA literally invented this form of advertising as well as the interstitial -- and malware (since BLAM! would indeed, take over the user’s computer and alter specific software settings)!