Burgundy.io generates new words, but no banal syllable-musher is this. It uses a recurrent neural network to find uncannily English-sounding terms. The results are quite periper, with a burledish sense of humor, and the best of them take on a laventine quality. The minimalist web design is a bit anterine, though.
Andy Purviance’s Purviance.com/myths generates (and beautifully presents) snippets of folklore: perfect for forming story ideas or oblique strategies. Some I got: Pursuit of game leads to upper world Tricksters feign death of their father King mourns so much at wife’s funeral he goes on piracy every afterward Transformation by throwing ashes Trolls are skilled smiths
The Planet Generator is a goldilocks of procedural generation: not too detailed, not too abstract, but just right. [via MeFi]
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There’s no shortage of apps available for your Mac, and, while it’s great to have options, this overabundance makes it difficult to find the apps worth installing on your computer. Thankfully, there’s the Pay What You Want: The Ultimate Mac Bundle ft. 2Do to simplify the process, which boasts 10 of the best Mac apps out […]
Sleek, minimalist, and convenient, Apple’s AirPods are a popular pick for those looking to upgrade to Bluetooth audio, but not everyone can afford the hefty $160 price tag. Whether you’re on a budget or just want something a little different, we’ve rounded up four pieces of audio gear that make for convenient Bluetooth listening, and […]