Saturday, September 10, 2005

Snabulus, an Organic Depiction

This is an analysis of this blog generated by the Organic HTML website.



Bamboo, blueberries, and blogging. Mmm, mmm good.

12 comments:

Pa've said...

After testing several different web sites, I think that the image is generated mostly by colors found on the screen, but if it were text based, both MSN and my blog were black. Draw your own conclusions...

The Moody Minstrel said...

Hmm...mine turned out even bushier, and the berries were red. The vines were an almost even mix of red and blue.

I wonder if that's an herbal commentary on my centrist political views..

DewKid said...

My RealmSpeak blog turned into a twisted mass of blackened vines. Quite scary actually.

Corn Cob Bob said...

... and mine looked a bit like corn ...

DewKid said...

Whoa, the IRS webpage is a red white and blue bush. I think Pa've is correct in his assessment of the logic behind Organic HTML.

Also, the more links, the bigger the plant. If your plant is big enough, you get bugs. (try www.blizzard.com)

www.talklikeapirate.com looks like the burning wreck of a ship at sea. Arrrr!
(only one week until talk like a pirate day!!)

Anonymous said...

Tigris growls: its a Cthulhu monster!!! one of the those old thingies from the mountains of madness that puts peoples brains in canisters and makes them pets!... argghhh ! get out the flamethrower and C-4 Iccckkk!!

sorry ... that was just the first reflexive impression.

The Moody Minstrel said...

I thought the Mi-Go (the crustaceans that put people's brains in canisters) came from Yith (Pluto).

An Untalented and Irreverant Comedian said...

"Knock knock."

"Who's there, seƱor?"

"Amigo!"

"Oh, hey, mon, amigo wh....ARRRGGGH!!"

The Moody Minstrel said...

Hmm....

- CNN's website was a big, black, thorny, evil-looking monstrosity.
- The Onion was a black stick of bamboo.
- Fox News, on the other hand, was a tangled mass of red, white, blue, and black vines with black berries.

- Gibson (guitars and amps) was a little, twisted, lifeless-looking black thing.
- Fender (guitars and amps) was of similar size and shape, but was red, white, and black with two flies buzzing around it.

- Fark was a very intricate-looking thing with layered webs of delicate tendrils surrounded by yellow leaves.
- Webshots (a photo-sharing website with various links and services) was a large and spread out but neat-looking blue-and-white vine.

- Astrology.com (a website offering various tests and astrology-related material) was a left-leaning, white stem terminating in a psychedelic tuft of tangled tendrils and berries.
- Rednova (a science/technology site) was a complex, multi-faced, multicolored thing (including orange and purple) that stood straight up.

Are we seeing any patterns here?
"thstis!"

DewKid said...

A couple more (I don't know why this amuses me so...)

rightwingnews.com is a blackened tree that seems to reach out of the screen to grab you.

democraticunderground.com is a very left-leaning red, white, and blue vine with what appears to be cotton blossoms in the middle!

Of all of these, I like the one for this blog the best. Mmmm blueberries and udiltp.

DewKid said...

Hey, I just noticed that the berries jiggle when you move your mouse over them.

He he he, they jiggle!

(I'm feeling a bit mammept today)

Anonymous said...

Eltigris growls: Mi-go Schmi-go ... so I got the name wrong ...its still looks like a thulu monstah ...with nefarious "poiposes" for mankind..just dont get too close.. if it moves...