Plurib.us

Our Projects:

Incredible Birthday Machine
Aurora Sound Visualizer
Holy Cats
Planet Resizer
SVG Art Gallery
World's Lightest Colored Web Site

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About

Plurib.us is an evolving collaboration by Brian and Peter, begun in 2002.

For some reason, The Corpus of American Soap Operas is a database available on the internet.

(I recommend looking at the "see lists" links in the Introduction section.)

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OK, so this is great.

planetary.org/blogs/emily-la...
It's time for the non-planets.

planetary.org/multimedia/spa...
From here on out, the best pictures ever, of Pluto!

planetary.org/blogs/emily-la...
LightSail unfurls in space, and sends back a picture.  Awesome!
planetary.org/blogs/jason-da...

And falling down robots!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0TaYhjpOfo
Starting to unravel the mysteries of Pluto's moons...

arstechnica.com/science/2015/0...
Cool image (at the bottom) of various solar system bodies showing relative lightness of their surfaces.

planetary.org/blogs/emily-la...
At long last - what was old is new again.

arstechnica.com/information-te...
Then she farted around a bit and... died of the plague.
qwantz.com/index.php?comi...
I joke to colleagues that JavaScript is the one true programming language, of the present and future.  I typically get reactions of horror, but people are starting to catch on.

prog21.dadgum.com/203.html
Fascinating on so many levels.

arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20...
The Software Developer's Sketchbook

prog21.dadgum.com/202.html

But, what do you name your folder that you fill with python scripts?
Space is hard.  Baby steps!

arstechnica.com/science/2015/0...
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