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"The book consists of poetic programs and their outputs. The programs in the book are all free software, and in case you don’t want to type them in, the longer ones are all available in my “code” directory."

to amusements art code ... on 24 August 2014

Dragan Espenschied edit / delete

Lots of digital(-ish) artwork, including several based on Teletext.

to art digital teletext ... on 20 May 2014

IASLonline NetArt: History of Computer Art edit / delete

Being translated into English as I write.

to art retrocomputing retrotech video ... on 17 December 2013

teletext « GOTO8O edit / delete

Art experiments with teletext. I like the teletext tracker!

to art graphics retrotech teletext tracker videotext ... on 12 November 2013

S.F.B. Morse: Gallery of the Louvre edit / delete

Yes, *that* Samuel Morse. I'd like a print of this for the office.

to art morse painting shopping ... on 20 October 2013

feral trade courier edit / delete

Mexican hot chocolate, anyone?

to amusements art food shopping ... on 29 July 2013

Anna & Elizabeth / Crankies | Elizabeth LaPrelle edit / delete

An illustrated version of Lord Bateman!

to art ballad folk music ... on 26 May 2013

Cruisin 3 by Abyss edit / delete

A demo producing simultaneous output on a TV and oscilloscope showing the video signal. There's a pretty good explanation of how this (probably!) works in the comments: set the scope to sync on the composite sync pulses, and zoom in on (say) grey values 1-30, then you can draw 625 arbitrary lines on the scope while still having them nearly invisible on the composite monitor. Cute. He ought to do one that also displays shapes on a vectorscope next time!

to art demos graphics ps2 video ... on 09 April 2013

jtnimoy: The Work of Josh Nimoy edit / delete

How Tron Legacy's faux-tech art was created.

to amusements art graphics tron ... on 24 March 2013

ZINE - Brainstorm & Bitfellas edit / delete

"ZINE is a magaZINE about the demoscene, digital arts and related topics". I'd like to get some of our students more interested in the demoscene...

to art demos etext journal ... on 24 March 2013

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