a thought experiment that aims to test how far we can stretch
outputting reams of generated code. To that end, there are three main
language features, and a handful of semantic cleanups. Recommended for
folks who are interested in languages that run in the browser as well
as the server.
Jeremy is the lead developer of DocumentCloud, an open-source
repository of documents contributed by journalists and non-profits.
DocumentCloud was a winner of the 2009 Knight News Challenge. He works
on the Ruby-Processing project for software art, placed in two Apps
for America competitions, and lives and works in New York City.
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