Jordan Scales's online SHA-256-based generative art project has me wanting to generate some art of my own.
I like generative art in principle. I think it's a good jumping-off point for discussions of e.g. like what is the interface between humans and art or in other terms what does art's API look like? but I'm not going to go there because I don't feel like agonising for an hour and a half over an idea with a shelf life of like 2 weeks.
Just when I thought that we were out of the GPT-3 game, the game pulls me right back in again.
The public-opinion tide is turning against React, but it's going to be a while yet before usage drops. Here's what you can do in the meantime.