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Super Mario World in the theme of Don’t Stop Me Now

Someone with more time than a firm sense of how to use that time productively (our kind of guy/gal) has strung together four screens playing automated Super Mario World levels programmed to mimic the four parts of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now.”

Forget putting this together: I got winded just watching it.

via The Daily What.

The Future Soon

“The Future Soon” is a music video for Jonathan Coulton’s anthem for geeks and nerds everywhere. Those people who make fun of you now will be sorry, because in the future, you’ll be running the whole show, and it’ll be the future soon…

via YouTube – The Future Soon.

LOLCODE – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

LOLCODE is an esoteric programming language inspired by the language expressed in examples of the lolcat Internet meme. The language was created in 2007 by Adam Lindsay, researcher at the Computing Department of Lancaster University.

The language is not clearly defined in terms of operator priorities and correct syntax, but several functioning interpreters and compilers already exist.

via LOLCODE – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

“Hello World” in LOLCODE:

HAI
CAN HAS STDIO?
VISIBLE "HAI WORLD!"
KTHXBYE

“HAI” introduces the program.

“CAN HAS <file>” acts as the includes statement.

“VISIBLE <message>” prints a message to the screen.

“KTHXBYE” exits the program.

See? Far, far easier than Java.