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[21:40] 16colo.rs has ANSI art. (via ~threv on tilde.town -- thanks!)
[10:31] Aaaaand I'm done. I guess. My laptop decided to name the outcome "Repeated Humility, And Gleamed". Creating the corpus took around 99% of my CPU, sorting it later was killing thunar for whatever reason. Anyways, I did it. Was really funny to work on that, I'll probably take part in NaNoGenMo again next year.
Update: Forgot to link my repo. There you go. And this is what NaNoGenMo is about in the first place.
[09:31] I really should have started with my NaNoGenMo script earlier. I have pretty little time today to fix the last few issues. Meh.
It is fun, though. In a test run, it just came up with the title "Originally You Blot 17". I actually kind of like that.
[18:08] Creating a corpus for my NaNoGenMo entry from various files kind of troubles my laptop. Poor old thing.
[12:19] I just wanted to highlight text in a pdf file to copy/paste it in a plaintext file, but evince was unable to cope with the file and froze, so I had to use my web browser to display it instead of the actual pdf reader. That's a bit sad.
[22:12] tilde.institute is a farily new tilde server. Built using OpenBSD in this case.
[22:10] This is what a space launch looks like from space. From the ISS, specifically.
Talking about the ISS, they have some fairly old data storage there. I'm really curious wether or not these things are still readable.
[19:55] Oh, nice. LDraw is a system of freeware tools for modeling Lego creations in 3D on a computer.
[19:39] I knew Google uses Python, but ... (Yes. Old. I know.)
[22:41] Microsoft built a model of their new campus in Minecraft. Nice.