Coolness: All of these run purely in the browser -- no server code!
It is experimental in the sense of being something to do.
– William S. Burroughs
also built in...
Let's make it more visual...
It's a terrible day, but your fingers are safe!
tl;dr: No, but it was fun.
"Todlewitch" & "Cople-thave"
SQL.js is really cool... load a .sqlite file (my CSV of town names converted to SQLite) and query it in JS. No server!
Finding towns between the map view bounds:
I replace their names on the map with on-demand neural net model-generated output (but keep the real names for the popups)
See, e.g., Shiffman, http://natureofcode.com/book/chapter-9-the-evolution-of-code/
"A Genetic Algorithm of Flowers"
Clay Heaton, processing repo
Jared Tarbell's Combinatoric Critters
Adding user interaction -- voting -- is awesome. Now I decide fitness!
Your idea of fitness can change... based on what you see or how you feel.
I am shit at drawing with Processing.
MadameBricolage on Etsy
Similar things I bought on Etsy
SentiNet, WordNet (extracted from the dict), made up...
new mythologies: the lakewatermelon
"a dash of nutmeg" :
"a dash of nightmare"
"an ounce of cream" :
"an ounce of scream"
Lynn Cherny, @arnicas