Generative patterns made in Amstrad BASIC by Rob Manuel (of @yorecomputer fame). Posted at b3ta.com, h/t @calmdownkidder.
“From a 1988 Polish computer magazine” / @mwichary.
PETSCII houndstooth pattern printed from C64 to Okimate printer by Paul Rickards (@paulrickards).
Perl Quine Scarf by @knityak, available here. A quine is a program that copies its own source code as output.
Can a font be reworked with less than 128 bytes? Here are three examples from the well obscure 128b font compo. Made by Jammer, Mahoney and Jiminy.
So the iOS source code apparently contained an ASCII pony by Joan Stark. via partytimeHXLNT
A paper that is both a text and an executable program that plays music. Made by Tom 7 in his custom C compiler. More info here.
The website of the design agency ertdfgcvb.
The Ohio state flag and a pirate flag (by Joan Stark) with a coded wave effect by Sam Carrettie.