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We made a thing, and it's kinda flashy.

And of course, it looks much better in realtime:

Fun facts:
- I iterated through 21 edits and versions of the track until final
- the communication between unclex and me resulted in the longest chatlog i ever had making a demo, and it was cool

May your eyes hurt less than his.

This entry was edited (1 year ago)

What if there was an internet browser based on rendering Markdown? Sans HTML, CSS, JS and whatnot? Without all the bloat that makes publishing complicated? With meta-data driven by Frontmatter? With great typography standards?

Focused on written content? And that's about it?
in reply to Ronny Pries

That's unfortunately right - most browsers removed support for the Gopher protocol in the last ten years or so :(

However, there seem to be extensions that re-enable it (usually by routing requests through some Gopher-to-HTTP proxy because of technical limitations of the extension APIs). No idea if they're any good. And even if they work - keep in mind that Gopher is basically a ghost town by now :)