My friend Zarf (of interactive fiction, and Boodler fame1), recently released Mutagen, a small Javascript library for generating pseudorandom strings of text, according to a grammar. Because my entire purpose in life is to walk up to the huge forests Zarf plants and opine “Saaaaaay. That’s a really nice tree!” I of course immediately took his sample app and dropped it nearly unchanged as the ‘subtitle header’ of Tea Leaves. You’ll get a new one each time you visit.

My divine role of King of Missing the Point shall forever go unchallenged!

Footnote 1: At least, he’s famous among the circle of people whose opinions I care about.


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  1. Andrew Plotkin says:

    Yay! Cool.

    I think of this one as a shrub, really, but the leaves are nice.