Part of the "Open Source" issue; obviously you are supposed to modify, share, etc. without need for legal code, but just in case you'd like something more formal also:
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The print edition of Increment #9 includes this type-in poem/program I wrote.
It's also online and (although it's sure to be less fun) you could copy and paste the code from https://increment.com/open-source/wont-you/
Friends, I will be rapping this Wed June 5 in Brooklyn: Sunnyvale, 1031 Grand St. I am Doc Mofo, on the mic and doing Commodore 64 visualizations with livecoding musician ColonelPanix at this LiveCode.NYC Algorave. This will likely be the last time in several months that I'll be doing a rap performance, so please come by!
One of the editors of Taper http://taper.badquar.to presented our journal at a poster session for the new College of Computing launch at MIT. Audience was largely CS and AI people. I did not attend & can't testify directly, but apparently the most common response was not "that's not computer science!" (which indeed it's not) but "that's not poetry!"
Please submit a short computational poem (defined loosely!) for Taper #3. There's a 3KB limit & a template provided; all details and previous issues are at https://taper.badquar.to
The Art of Python, an art festival in Cleveland May 1-9 https://us.pycon.org/2019/hatchery/artofpython/
Our deadline for Taper #3 has been extended. Now, you can submit work of 3KB or less until March 1 - computational literary art is our focus. Please look at previous issues & offer something: http://taper.badquar.to/2/about.html#submit
Indeed Bad Quarto has two publications today, Sofian Audry's book *for the sleepers...* http://badquar.to/publications/for_the_sleepers.html and the short letterpress-printed palindrome *Viral* http://badquar.to/publications/viral.html by Anthony Etherin
Friends, my micropress Bad Quarto https://badquar.to has just now published *for the sleepers in that quiet earth.* by Sofian Audry. Each of the 31 unique books presents the learning process of a deep recurrent neural network trained on *Wuthering Heights.* Read about the project, and find academic/artistic publications about it, at the Bad Quarto page for the book, http://badquar.to/publications/for_the_sleepers.html
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