Your World of Text is an ever-expanding blank canvas where the public can anonymously add, delete, or edit any text they wish. You can contribute stand-alone text, or interact with what other people have written by responding or changing something around. I came across all sorts of text on the page, from poems to confessions to ASCII art. People have made elaborate images solely from the characters available on their keyboard. I even found some little cityscapes. The impermanence and ever-changing nature of the content on here are what makes it so much fun. If you see something interesting, take a screenshot because it could be gone anytime.
James Cook is reviving the arcane art of creating images with an analog typewriter, aka the original ASCII art: This is vol. 2 of the production of my typewriter art from various scenes around the Essex countryside in the summer of 2020. The three "typicitions" were drawn from observation at the historic Layer Marney Tower,… READ THE REST
Viznut created a set of bitmapped Unicode fonts for use on your bulletin boards. Years ago, I noticed that Unicode had a bunch of pseudographic characters that could be used to enrichen Ansi art. However, no one seemed to use them. Even MUDs that used the 256-color Xterm palette and had no issues with Unicode… READ THE REST
It was 1997 when Simon Jansen started his remake of the first Star Wars film — Episode IV – A New Hope — as an ASCII animation (or "asciimation," as he coined it). READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Tax season begins soon, and like years before, many consumers are gearing up to use their tax returns to buy the latest tech. For example, tech lovers have a reason to… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. You do a lot on that little laptop of yours, from (reluctantly) answering work emails to shopping for a new ride. But with all these digital tasks come many annoying roadblocks,… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If you've got a fuzzy feline friend at home, you know how important it is to keep them active and stimulate their curiosity. They can get bored quickly of stationary toys, and… READ THE REST