This is a spiffy thing someone posted elsewhere, and I decided to put it here.
Under Windows (as I don't have Mac), go to the Start menu, Run... and type "telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl". After about 5 seconds (if conn is slow), it will start playing. I haven't watched the entire thing yet (no desire to, and if it is the full movie (done in text-graphics) it would be too long for me to spend just reading (so much reading. Normally I like reading, but after about 20 minutes of it, my eyes burned because subliminally my brain had to constantly "translate" the graphic symbols (like !@#%$, etc) into a moving picture).
If you like extended "reading" (brain translating text-graphics), and are a huge fan of Star Wars Episode IV ("A New Hope", although more commonly referred to as simply "Star Wars from the '70s"), enjoy this "movie".
"Don't go there. It's ugly, and it never stops being ugly."
"Naps are good" - Visual C++.NET for Dummies, page 1
Posted 17th Nov 2005 1:34am
L4Y Member Post 509 / 1792
Yea i saw that ages ago ... not the whole thing mind you. I was expecting it to be a really dumbed down version that took about 10 mins but noooooo i beleive its pretty much the entire movie honestly who would go through so much effort be pretty cool to say "i made that" though