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Duff's Device, Tom Duff
Google Groups Art, Paul, Tim Flaherty, Nathan McCoy, Stuart Langridge
retroyou R/C, joan leandre
Face #7, Dave Fischer
forkbomb, unknown
brainfuck, Urban M├╝ller (and others)
f*ck f*ck, Chilliwilli (MrThomasRathboneEsq)
chtonline, Bjorn Matronim
INTERCAL, Don Woods, James Lyon; current implementation by Eric S. Raymond
Acme::EyeDrops, Andrew J. Savige
Polyptique, Frederic Madre & Veronique Muller
Argeïphontes Lyre, Akira Rabelais
real time contextual art generator, Don Relyea
State of the Union, Brad Borevitz
BetaBlocker, Dave Griffiths

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