One of the cooler hacks I've seen on the Web (although not quite as
cool as URLs, HTML, HTTP, and KnowNow's stuff), and it doesn't seem to
be in FoRK-archive yet.
libdynim was coded in the night and wee hours of Sat 25 Sep 1999. This
is a demonstration of how text can be typeset and pushed to a web
browser in real time. I think it's the first interactive image
generation on the Web. I'm rather fond of the font; i spent several
hours pixel-editing it and antialiasing it by hand (somehow that can be
Real-time conferencing, plain and simple. No downloading. No firewall
constantly reloading frames. No dynamic HTML. Yes, it is possible: you
saw it here first.
-- <email@example.com> Kragen Sitaker <http://www.pobox.com/~kragen/> Perilous to all of us are the devices of an art deeper than we possess ourselves. -- Gandalf the White [J.R.R. Tolkien, "The Two Towers", Bk 3, Ch. XI]
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