made by harold, submitted by davidbalbert
The Manhattan street grid, extended to all points in the world.


made by TomLisankie, submitted by porterjamesj
A Python program for determining how well two words rhyme. You can read about how it works here: https://tomlisankie.com/blog/2017/03/15/prhymer-how-it-works/

Files are fraught with peril

made by impostor, submitted by davidbalbert
It turns out that reading and writing to files is complicated.

Recurse Center Logo PCB

made by strickinato, submitted by porterjamesj
Aaron designed a light-up printed circuit board of the RC logo!

Syscalls for Rustaceans

made by gargi, submitted by porterjamesj
Gargi's delightful RustConf talk explains syscalls and how to write a system call tracer (like strace) using Rust.

RC, a Racket Compiler

made by johnvtan, mfekadu, submitted by rachel
A Racket to x86 compiler written in Racket.

Computer Plinko

made by doron, alejvillanueva, submitted by porterjamesj
A browser-based implementation of the game Plinko. You can see the source code here: https://github.com/alejvillanueva/ComputerPlinko


made by wylie, submitted by porterjamesj
A tool for teaching web programming that interactively visualizes how the DOM and CSS selectors work. You can see the code here: https://github.com/wylieconlon/dom-simulator

Pretty Mes: visual poetry ripped from the headlines

made by DanielMiller, submitted by Mai
Pretty Mes is a Flask app that parses current news headlines to generate "mesostics" (a type of procedural poem) and generative typographies from current news headlines in the style of American experimental artist John Cage.

Recreating forgotten programming languages, for art!

made by piratefsh, submitted by porterjamesj
Sher Minn built an interpreter for the long-defuct "ART 1" programming language from the 1960s, and used it to recreate some of the earliest pieces of computer art. You can see the code here: https://github.com/piratefsh/art1.js