[REBOL] Re: Random REBOL code
From: ryanc:iesco-dms at: 24-May-2001 10:17
Yes!!! Just like a tabloid that you pick up at the grocery--just an online version.
I dont read them particularly, but just by judgeing the cover, I would
guess about 5 general plots, just the names and places are changed; End of world, somebody
is an alien, creature/alien sightings, dead person still alive, and
government conspiracy. I hear most people that read them, know there not true, but just
find it entertaining. Sound just like a bells and whistles version of
your random rebol to me.
> Please explain a little more your random tabloid idea. Do you mean entire
> news articles?
> Ryan Cole
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> Hey Ryan,
> This is really good idea you have come up with. Especially if you take it
> the direction Scott suggested: A random tabloid. It would get lots of free
> attention. The best part is you dont have to pay any writers! Let me know
> if you decide not to do that, so I can.
> [ryan--christiansen--intellisol--com] wrote:
> > I've updated my experiment in REBOL-generated art at
> > http://www.fargonews.com/random/random.cgi
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I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination.
Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is
limited. Imagination encircles the world.