Weird link of the day department

by Volker Weber


This is obviously useless, but great fun. As Sebastian Krauß has pointed out, there is a ASCII Movie Player Sample available at Apple's developer site. And indeed, it does work. :-)


... reminds me that you can save videos from any source you have codecs for into an animated gif with 'mplayer' even if ASCII is much smaller of course. You might want to take a look at my example. (4.6 MB!)

Stefan Funke, 2004-07-09

Did you purposely activate your Directory Listing, Stefan?
I recommend to protect your index at least by a "index.html"-file, so that not everybody is able to scan your files too easily =o)

Martin Hiegl, 2004-07-09

No, it's my working and testing directory at our homepage server farm - it's really the way it should be. ;-)

Stefan Funke, 2004-07-10

Old, but still good: telnet:// ;-)

Markus Thielmann, 2004-07-10

There's the ASCII art libary ( in the GNU software map). There also is an actual demo (in sense of demo, ref: in aalib which is quite nice, especially if you're into the matter. *sigh* good ol' times...

Karsten W. Rohrbach, 2004-07-11

Jep, and music videos in ascii and midi goes here:

have phun ;-)

wonderer4711, 2004-07-12

You guys must have heard of text mode quake... (comment: "This is seriously, extremely perverse. I'm impressed.")

Niels Heidenreich, 2004-07-12

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