Andrew Salomone made this “Offline Oracle” Ouija board. In his explaination of why the Offline Oracle is an internet substitute art piece, he writes:
The point of this piece is that access to information clearly does not make us smarter, if we are unable to figure out how to apply the information we have to some useful purpose, the internet itself is a perfect illustration of that. Every piece of useful information on the internet is also fodder for our own illogical arguments and opinions so in some cases it seems to me that a Ouija Board is just as acurate as the internet is at backing-up whatever it is that we want to believe in.
Also, if your subconscious is more used to typing than writing, the convenient QWERTY letter layout should help. I love that giant cursor.