I love Daniel Temkin's FatFinger.JS fatfingerjs.com/ "a JavaScript library expanding JS to allow typos and misspellings as valid code." the "why" section of that page is great:

* Neutralize the autocorrect mentality
* Question forty-five years of advice against expressiveness in the text of code
* Play against the compulsiveness of programming
* Embrace the chaos of JavaScript

(Daniel also runs esoteric.codes/ — a blog about art and esolangs)

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daniel has a mastodon account but I don't think he logs in, whoops @rottytooth

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@aparrish My mastodon feed is 90% Allison right now, but it's captivating thoughts on computational poetry, so hard to complain

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