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It's interesting to see this in JS. For a comparison I was playing with JPEG glitching a while back but in Go... http://jamesduncombe.com/whats-brewing/jpeg-crush/

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Looks like it's being pulled from separate JSON files.

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I agree, I prefer sketches. Everyone can do them, it's a low barrier to entry, and it saves learning another bit of software just to get your point across. Meeting in person would also allow you to get a gut reaction on who you're hiring.

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Technology wise I think it's great. However, from a clarity point of view and ease of interpretation I think it needs more work as it takes a fair amount of brainpower to try and digest. It's no easy task though picturing the evolution of the web so hats off to them!

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You're right, it's listed on pngquant's site too as one of the GUI's.

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I realize it's a different language, but how about Ruby-Processing? It's a wrapper of Processing's methods but in Ruby. Here's the link https://github.com/jashkenas/ruby-processing. It's much less verbose than Java and also has a very handy watch mode which reloads your sketch every time you make a change.

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I think it's a great idea. They're making electronics fun and interesting which will hopefully attract people that would otherwise run a mile! Good luck guys!

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Totally agree. It was amazing to watch. To me he defines what an entrepreneur is. So inspiring!

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And a swing in front of his business for strategy retreats. Take note, folks.

There is a lot to be said for the creativity-inducing boredom of an analog, resource-starved existence. If you grew up in a certain time or socioeconomic situation and became a geek, you know what I am talking about.

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Can't Rails and Node play together (see: http://www.perfectline.ee/blog/optimizing-ruby-on-rails-appl...)? To me it falls back to 'the best tool for the job'. Both Rails and Node have their strong points.

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It's cool but the lack of unique url's and back button is a shame. Hopefully that gets sorted.

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