July 27th, 2005
The ever lovable lishd generates the sexchart. It's most notable feature (aside from the spectrum of humanity it no doubt encompasses), is that it's all in ASCII. So while my friend and I were testing out GraphViz, we had this conversation:
artybear: do you know how long it takes her to generate the ASCII graph?
me: Heh, she does it by hand. Not sure exactly though
me: I think she does it in an evening
artybear: i forget, are there any crossovers?
me: crossovers? What do you mean?
artybear: like, do two lines cross each other?
me: Yeah, there's lots of intersections of lines
me: just grep the chart for -|-
And saying that last bit reminded me of just how glorious the sexchart is. Also, it made me really happy 8)
New person's coming to game night tonight. Regrettably, K- will not be there this evening as she has allowed some conflict to come into play. However, one of our favorite waitresses L- and her boyfriend N- will no doubt be there.
If you're not one of the billions who fled Santa Cruz for the summer, come on by! ; )
2. The sexchart is daunting in its coolness and breadth. Mine eyes are googly after five seconds of scrolling.
*Questions racing through mind* I'm not on the sexchart, am I?! And out of curiosity, how did you become in any way connected to the sexchart? Which came first, the sexchart or the Lish?
Oh, _get_ over it! What the hell is the point of caring about whether or not people know you did something with persons A, B, and C which could've spread an STD?lishd
definitely came first. It came about because a couple of her friends started diagramming her various relationships.
I came about because it struck me as an interesting thing to write software for.