@phooky That does indeed work in the terminal I use, but not in any of these three emulators. And while I see that Apple ][js //jse has code to handle a paste event, I can't see any way to send it one, even from a right-click menu
A quick check on GitHub shows that Apple ][js seems to handle a paste event, but I can't see how to send it one, because CTRL-V will just be passed in as CTRL-V, just as CTRL-G produces the BEL character
Is there any Apple II emulator for Linux that supports copy-and-paste, so I can easily input short BASIC programs? I don't see support for it in MAME, linapple (which I can't get fully working anyway), or the otherwise lovely Apple ][js https://www.scullinsteel.com/apple2/
Please apply for Generative Unfoldings commissions, up to 15 of $1000 will be awarded for free/open-source generative art, to run live in an in-browser exhibition
Deadline for sketches/prototypes: November 1
I'm delighted to be curating this exhibit and on the jury with 4 amazing artists
Fascinated to find this new music video by Calvin Harris & The Weekend https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quFlP3cRCFs that very explicitly shouts out to several demoscene productions, including PD demos fr-025: the.popular.demo and cocoon's Soul Splitter
A remarkable and nightmarish scene playing out in Portland should terrify anyone who cares about the US constitution: unmarked vans full of camouflaged and unidentified federal agents are pulling up next to protesters on street corners, then snatching and arresting them with no explanation.
In the 60s Eric Mendoza produced some of the first computer-generated stories & essays, the Little Grey Rabbit stories and High Entropy Essays. These have been newly reimplemented by Wayne Clements http://www.in-vacua.com/cgi-bin/rabb_web2.pl http://www.in-vacua.com/cgi-bin/mendoza.pl? who also has a new paper, How to Resuscitate a Dead Rabbit
back in January, 100000 years ago, I got a chance to talk with @darius about running friend.camp; why hometown, his fork of mastodon, is currently needed to create safer spaces; human-scaled social media; and trust networks and technology, for an interview in @logic.
we just recently released that conversation for free online. check it out!
As far as I know this 31-character shell script is the first artwork of mine to be recorded in the blockchain. "Lines Up" https://noemata.net/ueop/work.php?no=311 is part of the Summer 2020 Undocumented Events and Object Permanence https://noemata.net /ueop/2-20.php The artwork here is the script, which you can use if you happen to have the same mail setup as me; the output is just what I got
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