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Pizza Party (2004) - Cory Arcangel with Michael Frumin

  • Can order pizza with only a few keystrokes.
  • Can save pizza preferences.
  • Can use batch files for ordering many pizzas.
  • Has easy to use flags for ordering different toppings.
  • Runs on most UNIX-like operating systems.
  • Supports most currently popular topings like "mushrooms", and "pepperoni"!
  • Unattended / background operation.
  • Pizza Party is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
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    t.whid July 20 2009 16:37Reply


    Multiple vulnerabilities in 'pizza_party'



    I find this security bulletin hilarious

    Rob Myers July 20 2009 17:21Reply

    The MIT AI Lab pizza command meets Rirkrit Tiravanija .

    Brian Droitcour July 21 2009 00:43Reply


    I think the following description goes with this image… Please correct me if I'm wrong:

    ScriptX Pizza Demo

    The ScriptX Pizza Demo, at "http://www.kaleida.com/official/pizza", lets you construct a pizza by plugging together ScriptX objects from several title containers delivered via the World Wide Web. First you select a pizza crust in one title container, then you can select any number of pizza toppings in separate title containers. They're dynamically loaded into the KMP and locally composed in a window, that you can interact with by dragging the toppings around on the crust. There's even a "big brother" spinning eyeball topping, that animates as you move your cursor around the screen!

    This demonstrates network distribution of cross platform code and media, with local interactivity, direct manipulation, animation, dynamic binding, and plugging together objects from different containers.

    There is an extension to ScriptX on the Mac that enables it to ask NetScape to open any URL, so ScriptX can cause NetScape to display a web page, load another title container, and even send messages to interactive web services (like submitting an order for a pizza).

    ScriptX Web developers will go far beyond mere pizza toppings, publishing innovative interactive experiences on the network, no longer limited to the static text, graphics, and forms of HTML.

    Robert Petrosino Dec. 7 2009 14:14Reply

    I hate you