Angora Haiku Generator

Angora used to be a fairly popular IRC chatroom. In addition to it's many frequents, we also had a bot, named lethargic. Lethargic was written in perl and worked by randomly selecting lines from my ~1MB chatlog file and spitting them back (after a few transformations of course)

Using a perl module that counts syllables, I split this chatlog into two files, one that contains only lines with 5 syllables, and one that contains only lines with 7. These files aren't that big, so I wrote a page that loads them with AJAX and lets you make haikus with them.

you can play with it here


Canada Goes to Paris

This is the stupidest game I've ever made. This started as a joke in the angora skype group. I said, in a half-asleep daze, that I was playing a game called "canada goes to paris." Clearly such a game does not exist... UNTIL NOW.

To play, click here

There is also a game of the year edition (requires chrome)


The Light Behind The Stars (NaNoWriMo 2013)

This was my (unfinished) NaNoWriMo 2013 novel. The full title is "the light behind the stars and how dreaming saved our beloved winds."

Essentially it's Snow Crash meets Inception meets this xkcd comic. It stars Isabelle (quasi-self insert, its me plus ~15 years), an introspective expert on stochastic map projections and part-time dream expert.

I'm sort of making it up as I go along. More info at its github repo.


25 × 25

A "creepy" "game" for "Halloween."

Use your arrow keys to explore the 25×25 grid to collect the 49 starmaps. Uses audio, and can get very loud near the end. To play, click here

Below the cut is a short description of how the game works

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