1.0 Automatons1.1 The will the wisp1.2 Dictionarism1.3 Glossolaliarium1.4 Advent v2.0 Neauismetica2.1 Neon hermetism2.2 Dinaisth2.3 Characters3.0 Notes3.1 The sartre mechanism3.2 Language of the birds3.3 The books of babel3.4 Philipp traum4.0 Language4.1 Japanese4.2 Russian4.3 English4.4 Lietal5.0 Gamme5.1 Nataniev5.2 Obliques
A collection of twitter games and chatbots, along with their source files.
Inspired by Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky, The will the wisp is a twitter bot that generates short rhymes.
Dictionarism is a simple twitter bot that generates -isms from every of every single word of a dictionary and tweets them.
Glossolaliarium is a twitter bot that generates procedural english words by combining various prefixes and suffixes, and try to form definitions of these newly created terms.
Advent V, is a simple twitter game in the format of the Choose Your Own Adventure.
The Neauismetica is a collection of notes on the fictional world of Dinaisth.
Founded by Yajnev, the Neon Hermetists are a collective of scientists involved in the creation of machines to study time.
Dinaisth is both the name of the planet and of a continent which harbors Andes' offices.
A branch of Neon Hermetists aspiring to solve the Ehrivevnv puzzle, often called The Courtship Of The Immortal Birds.
Various notes written as stories.
It was just three days before Christmas when my friend invited me to his workshop to witness the completion of his latest project.
Immortals speak not with words but wait for things to happen, and merely points at them.
After ages of searching the endless isles of the Library Of Babel, here are a few interesting books that I have collected over the years.
The Philipp Traum notes are a collection of quotes on objectivity and realism.
This Language portal is a collection of notes on natural and syntetic languages.
The Japanese page is an edited version of Tad Perry's 1992 Quick and Dirty Guide to Japanese.
The Russian page is a series of notes on the language inspired from Tad Perry's 1992 Quick and Dirty Guide to Japanese.
The English page is currently a placeholder for the upcoming notes on the English Language.
Lietal is a synthetic language created to experiment with linguistics and translation.
Numbers, is a script that generates the name of numbers with 50'000 characters and beyond.
Needles are glyphs of which the intersection count is equal to the value of the character.
Shorthand is a calligraphy style developed to take faster notes.
These talks were created as periodical research dumps, often gravitating around the topics of the hexagrammaton and Horaire.
La Gamme, is a series of concepts and tools created toward the acceleration of the Grand Oeuvre.
Nataniev is an ecosystem of, open-source and web-based, creation tools.
The Obliques are longform answers to questions regarding travel, lifestyle and optimisation.