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Martin Kleppe
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Translating #JavaScript "alert(1)" into a sequence of #Japanese characters:

ホ=[];フ={};シ=!ホ;エ=!シ;ス=!+ホ;ミ=ス+ス;ア
=エ+ホ;ハ=ミ+ス;ネ=シ+ホ;ツ=[シ]+ホ[ホ];セ
=ア[+ス];サ=ホ[ネ[+ホ]+ツ[+ス+[+ホ]]+ネ[ミ]
+ア[+ホ]+ア[ハ]+セ];マ=ホ[ホ]+ホ;テ=ホ+フ;
リ=ミ+ハ;ウ=+ス;ニ=+ホ;ヌ=ア[ニ];ム=ミ+[ニ
];サ[テ[リ]+テ[ウ]+マ[ウ]+ネ[ハ]+ヌ+セ+マ[ニ
]+テ[リ]+ヌ+テ[ウ]+セ](ネ[ウ]+ネ[ミ]+ア[ハ]+
セ+ヌ+(シ+サ)[ム]+[ウ]+(エ+サ)[ム])()

Copy into your JS console and hit ENTER!
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That is kind of nuts.
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I'll be in San Francisco next week to speak at feopsconf.com. My wife is joining me for the first time and we will spend some days to travel beautiful California. If you are around: Feel free to join us for a coffee or drink!
 
Martin Kleppe at “Front End Ops Conf 2014”: 
+Martin Kleppe head of development and co-founder of Ubilabs, is one of the speakers at Front End Ops Conf. The conference focuses on Front End Operations, an emerging discipline in web application development and engineering.New ideas on topics such as test automation and application monitoring will be explored.

In his talk “The Dark Side”, Martin will unveil some hidden aspects of the languages of the web: how to write scripts with only six different characters, abuse the PNG compression to minify code and create a handcrafted version of Excel in less than 300 bytes. The Front End Ops Conf takes place on April, 24th-25th in San Francisco.
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+Malte Ubl-style BBQ is something we can't miss! I'll send you my phone number to get the exact time/lat/lng triple.
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A procedural gfx intro in 250 bytes that uses undocumented memory locations of Atari XL OS Revision 2: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=62917

There are 64 pseudo random brush strokes of cycling color. Each stroke is shorter than previous to increase details. Intro code generates set of random numbers starting from initial 32bit seed with Galois LFSRs as a PRNG. This set is used to control direction of brush movement and and starting position. Each stroke has initial 16bit value that influences the seed. Therefore data is 4 bytes (initial seed) + 64*2 bytes of stroke PRNG seeds. Picture of Mona Lisa (3072 bytes) was compressed to those random brush strokes by external optimization program (a few days of work for modern CPU/GPU combo). The process can be seen as lossy compression (23x) of picture into random brush movements.
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Trolling... Not impressed. ;)
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Another great piece by Benjamin Sack: bensack.tumblr.com/post/42890893401/phaeton
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If you are in Hamburg and want to party tonight:
This is the place to be!
 
Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, 
heute Abend ab ca. 23 Uhr im Pudel DJ DSL & FRAU BASS (DON'T CALL IT A COMEBACK) feat. +Simon Simonsen Birthday Bash. #BTOBS   #Hamburg   #Pudel   #DJDSL   #FRAUBASS   #HIPHOP   #DONTSTOP  
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A beautiful visualization: The expansion of built up urban land in Paris, 1800 - 2000.
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We are always looking for talented people! Come and join us.: http://www.ubilabs.net/jobs/projektmanager
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Ubilabs offers a weekly top 5 link collection of things we found inspiring!
Every week our Ubilabs creatives come together to our so called “Technology Extravaganza” to showcase and present various projects and topics focussing on maps and to present interesting solutions, innovations and trends in related fields. The all-round insight into various concepts offers the ideal basis to professional development. Remaining open to what others produce, is an important aspect for personal development, creativity and a great source of inspiration as well.

We would like to share a handful of links to things we find fascinating, amazing or entertaining on our blog weekly. And we would like to excite and surprise you by the countless possibilities of interactive maps. 

Here are our first top 5 links to things we found inspiring:

https://www.mapbox.com/blog/zeit-launches-custom-maps/https://nightwalk.withgoogle.com
http://atlasofprejudice.tumblr.com/post/80937352126https://www.mapbox.com/blog/ebola-mapping-progress/
* http://vimeo.com/83694844
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Another great sample of using +Google Maps Street View as art. 

I like the fact that the faces are blurred to protect the privacy of Jean Béraud.


See the original: http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/paintings/jean-beraud-boulevard-poissonniere-en-automne-5549951-details.aspx
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Completely nuts:

A video recording the process of a recently completed drawing by Ben Sack: http://bensackart.com

The work is 48" (four feet) in diameter and thus 150" (12.5 feet) in circumference. Drawing the piece and editing the still photographs took place over the course of two months with interruption. In all, some 3500 individual photos were taken. 
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Martin is co-founder and the "Head of Development" of Ubilabs. His company develops web applications based on the Google Maps API for an international client base.
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Organizes HH.js - the largest JavaScript user group in Germany.
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    Diploma Media Art & Design
  • Hogeschool Sint-Lukas, Brussels
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