Month: March 2014

Surgical Strike – A Glitch And A Result

F-117 Nighthawk Model by TheVNPrinter (CC-BY-SA).

Stealth Ring

An old Surgical Strike program reworked for the new system: incoming! codeword blim roll 0 36 0 manouver 0 36 0 deliver set // Main orders load “F-117.stl” camouflage “MacOS.png” //roll 0 180 0 manouver 1 0 0 blim 10

Hack Circus

Run, don’t walk, to get a subscription to the new quarterly art/technology/weirdness journal Hack Circus. It’s like the Fortean Times as published by Make Magazine, or Mondo 2000 by Strange Attractor Journal. Issue 2 is just out and contains articles

Proof Of Existence 2

I have placed the hash of “God” into the Bitcoin Blockchain: SHA256: ebc3e2e6448f94af7b58e57658336a44d3ff44eafadb54e4c4cd71ba7e607594 Address: 163NUfEg61eJeNiQ9SyN6EDT1ynkzDL2ar This proves that God exists.

Recent Media Coverage

Hyperallergic featured Tom Burtonwood’s remixes of Urinal in their interview with them. I do need to work out how BY-SA applies here. Rhizome featured Facecoin in an article on digital currencies and art. They also mentioned “_MON3Y AS AN 3RRROR

More Surgical Strike

I’ve fixed more of the outstanding issues in Surgical Strike. And I’ve make an Emacs mode for editing .strike files and executing them. I’ve also documented the language and taken this opportunity to change a feature of the language that

Surgical Strike Update

I’ve updated the 2008 remake of my 1996 artistic programming language “Surgical Strike” to compile on modern versions of GNU/Linux. It makes things like this from stealth bombers and old computer company logos: incoming! codeword blim manouver 0 18