StanleyPain - 2010-10-13 This originally began life as an attempt to make a spreadsheet program.
Lurchi - 2010-10-13 no spreadsheets for you BEEEATCH!
Chalkdust - 2010-10-13 put some flying toasters in there and we can sell it for twenty bucks a pop
BHWW - 2010-10-13 THIS IS JUST A TASTE OF LIFE IN THE FAR OFF YEAR OF A.D. 2000
MrBuddy - 2010-10-13 Is this more peyote, psilocybin or LSD? Having never tried it I have no idea. I was expecting Moog synth music. Kind of surprised it was in color, this was made in the punch card era.
myassisonfire - 2010-10-14 not at all psilocybin. the flashing and tracing lines are most like lsd
balistic - 2010-10-13 Imagine the sheer quantity of beard in the room when this thing debuted at SIGGRAPH in '71.
So much beard.
fluffy - 2010-10-13 Especially since the first SIGGRAPH wasn't until 1974.
Lurchi - 2010-10-13 and because this was made by a woman
StanleyPain - 2010-10-13 And because computers didn't officially exist until 1985.
balistic - 2010-10-13 Until 1974, SIGGRAPH was a private party held in Jim Blinn's beard.
pastorofmuppets - 2010-10-14 there was one paper, it was on making ascii mudflap girls