@benofbrown yep! That’s the talk I watched :)
@boneidol woah! Just looked it up. I totally did not know about that concept. This is the coolest thing.
@ilovecomputers i love how <font color="false"> turns into 0xFA00E0 -> pink
@riking wat? How? There’s no # in front nor a reserved color word.
@ilovecomputers okay so this is NOT in the quirks spec for hashless colors, and does NOT work in CSS. only in <font color=>.
@riking I’m not seeing anything in HTML 3.2 spec either. This is some arcane shit forgotten by time lol
@ilovecomputers weird, in the output the globe is all pounds and tildes, but in the source there's a bunch of letters... wonder what that's about
@monorail just that’s the initial code and those letters aren’t encoded in the data/algo that outputs the final text
@monorail those letters are in a code comment so are likely irrelevant
@ilovecomputers yeah, but anything's possible with self-modifying code... it's just weird to me that they'd bother hardcoding something that the code will never spit out
@monorail or not. I’m just spit balling lol
@ilovecomputers I want that in my terminal!
@ilovecomputers I feel pretty impressed.
@ilovecomputers hooooly crapppp!! oₒ
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