Deskthority Logo ANSI

After watching this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILNs1GChGDk

I was bored and made this with PabloDraw (which runs nicely under Linux):
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Oh, I'd love an 8-bit mode for this site...
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Hell, that logo could display on anything that has an inverse mode, not just ANSI.
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Twenty years ago I was an ASCII artist (before the www ruined it all). We only need 7-bit.
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Earlier this summer, I attended a demo party (first time for me for .. 18 years). There was an ANSI competition at the party. :)
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Fuck you Google for ruining YouTube!
webwit wrote:... We only need 7-bit.

I'm 7bit not 7-bit!!!!
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When will you guys ever learn this?1!¿?¡?!!
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This exquisite piece of art is called Supernova and has 12 layers of 3D *. Bidding starts at $200. Made on AMIGA!

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* Really.
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 10  PR# 3: NORMAL : HOME
 15  PRINT
 20  VTAB 2: GOSUB 7000
 30  VTAB 3: HTAB 2: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 8: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 15: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 21: PRINT " ";: HTAB 23: PRINT "   ";: HTAB 27: PRINT "  ";
 31  HTAB 30: PRINT "     ";: HTAB 36: PRINT " ";: HTAB 40: PRINT " ";: HTAB 43: PRINT "   ";: HTAB 48: PRINT "    ";: HTAB 54: PRINT " ";: HTAB 56: PRINT "     ";: HTAB 62: PRINT " ";: HTAB 66: PRINT " "
 40  VTAB 4: HTAB 2: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 5: PRINT "   ";: HTAB 9: PRINT " ";: HTAB 11: PRINT "     ";: HTAB 17: PRINT "     ";: HTAB 23: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 26: PRINT "   ";
 41  GOSUB 7100: HTAB 63: PRINT " ";: HTAB 65: PRINT " "
 50  VTAB 5: HTAB 2: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 5: PRINT "   ";: HTAB 9: PRINT " ";: HTAB 13: PRINT "    ";: HTAB 20: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 25: PRINT "    ";
 51  HTAB 32: PRINT " ";: HTAB 36: PRINT "     ";: HTAB 42: PRINT " ";: HTAB 46: PRINT " ";: HTAB 48: PRINT "    ";: HTAB 54: PRINT " ";: HTAB 58: PRINT " ";: HTAB 64: PRINT " "
 60  VTAB 6: HTAB 2: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 5: PRINT "   ";: HTAB 9: PRINT " ";: HTAB 11: PRINT "         ";: HTAB 21: PRINT " ";: HTAB 23: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 26: PRINT "   ";
 61  GOSUB 7100: HTAB 64: PRINT " "
 70  VTAB 7: HTAB 2: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 8: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 15: PRINT " ";: HTAB 20: PRINT "  ";: HTAB 23: PRINT "   ";: HTAB 27: PRINT "  ";
 71  HTAB 32: PRINT " ";: HTAB 36: PRINT " ";: HTAB 40: PRINT " ";: HTAB 43: PRINT "   ";: HTAB 48: PRINT " ";: HTAB 52: PRINT " ";: HTAB 54: PRINT " ";: HTAB 58: PRINT " ";: HTAB 64: PRINT " "
 80  VTAB 8: GOSUB 7000
 100  NORMAL : VTAB 10: HTAB 2: PRINT "input devices extraordinaire"
 6502  END
 7000  HTAB 3: INVERSE : PRINT "                         ": RETURN
 7100  HTAB 32: PRINT " ";: HTAB 36: PRINT " ";: HTAB 40: PRINT " ";: HTAB 42: PRINT " ";: HTAB 46: PRINT " ";: HTAB 48: PRINT " ";: HTAB 52: PRINT " ";: HTAB 54: PRINT " ";: HTAB 58: PRINT " ";: RETURN


End result:

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Wow, having an Amiga and doing this dossy textmode stuff should have been forbidden! :shock:

Amigas could do this:



(the scratching of the FDD is missing)

Having written simple textmode games in GWBasic at school and on the C64 at home, I was happy that the ASCII days were over in 1988 already when I got my Amiga ... And I still am.
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Yes, but I used my Amiga in the early nineties to connect to the Internet. Which was text only.
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Plus a lot of people, at least in the US, used BBSes back then. Also text only.
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Yeah, I see ... mailboxes and usenet, reservations of ASCII art up until today ... *sigh*
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I once was in the Amiga *cough* demo scene too. When men used assembler and not something lame as C. Before I was lured by the Internet and MUD in particular.
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Real man or Quiche-eater, I was oddly fascinated by GUI programming in C at the time

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if !(IntuitionBase=(struct IntuitionBase *)OpenLibrary("intuition.library")) exit(20);


and the stuff that follows ...
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bhtooefr wrote:Plus a lot of people, at least in the US, used BBSes back then. Also text only.

ANSI was quite common on BBSes back then, even when used on an Amiga. I think there might even have been BBS programs that ran on the Amiga that used ANSI.
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Fuck you Google for ruining YouTube!
BBS was huge in Europe. The cracking groups cracked the software. At first they distributed disks. And put their little intro in front of the game or whatever, for ego and to show off their abilities. Then they started BBS and charged for monthly access or similar setups. Then in Germany payed numbers were introduced, famous for sex lines. But some guys started to use it for their BBS, to offer cracked software for download, charged by the minute. It started to get out of hand when they started buying expensive hardware, and, when old enough, expensive sport cars. This is when the police started to sweep up all these groups, changing the scene forever. A lot of big groups disappeared from west and northern Europe. The remaining ones renamed what they were doing as "demo group". So that's where the name "demoscene" originated.
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Yeah, that became plain crazy. I had a 14.4 kbit/s modem, so I could download about 4 MB in one hour, which cost about 1,80 DM (0,9 €) for a local call, but about 55 DM (27 €) for a long distance call! And "sex hotline" BBS prices were even higher. I was lucky to be able to use a CD burner at work and dial into the Internet at my university pretty early, so I wasn't much into BBSs.
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Halvar wrote:Amigas could do this: …

I see your video and raise you this one:



And yes, the Amiga 500 FDD had the best sound of any I've ever heard. (I don't know what DMA did, but Lemmings got a sequence of three tones out of the stepper motor during loading: not sure if deliberate — I don't remember any other changes in long distance track seek timing in any other software.)

(Edit: WTF? Wrong tags …)
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Oh wow. Way back we had a school trip to the Media Museum in Bradford to make a 'news broadcast', badly scripted, terrible make-up, etc. I did the title sequence on my 128k Spectrum. It had 3D letters spinning towards the viewer and a rotating planet... took me many hours of programming, and I was dead chuffed with it. No idea where the listing went, or I'd enter it again and make a video. Sigh, the glory days.
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Looks a little sad on the Speccy:

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Or:

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Really badly coded BASIC, but hey, it's the first one I've written in years:

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Heh, my Apple II Applesoft BASIC code was far uglier. And needs a //e with 80-column card, //c, or IIGS.

I could probably whip it into some more shape by making it draw actual letters, rather than hardcoding each line, and then doing subroutines to automate a couple complex sections.

Edit: 40 columns and not using lowercase, done using T40, meaning that the following code can load it on ANY Apple II:

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10 A=PEEK(49237);REM SWITCHES TO PAGE 2
20 PRINT CHR$(4);"BLOAD DTLOGO,A$800";REM LOADS THE IMAGE ON TOP OF TEXT PAGE 2


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And, ran the original code (with a tweak to remove the PR#3) using Flex Text, a 20/40/56/70 column graphical console program by Beagle Bros, in 70 column mode - this would run on any Apple II with sufficient RAM and Applesoft ROMs (or a language card, and Applesoft loaded from disk).

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