The wonderful site, Avoision.com, features a number of entertaining flash-based art pieces, including music generated from the first 10,000 digits of Pi, a program that generates random ascii characters and scores how closely they match the first sentence of the Book of Genesis, and a list of computer virus names read as poetry.
Link (Via Notcot)
Previously on Boing Boing:
• Astronaut: Flickr-generated music + image project
Health officials say potential sites include UCLA, LAX
Andrew Paul Joyce: “I made a composite image of all the white men running for president polling at 1% or below. Please be nice to him. He is my son.” cf. Pedigree collapse.
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