A simple, yet effective method of encrypting text visually by removing pieces from the letters and adding visual noise. My goal was to make a font that would be illegible even if you know about the underlying method – but at the same time decodeable using a surprisingly simple key. I wanted to create a purely visual encryption, meaning that you should not have to think about decoding the text – your eye should do the work. As it were, it is a visual experiment that mixes principles of typography (the art of arranging information), steganography (the art of concealing information) and cryptography (the art of scrambling it). The name “Disinter” comes from the obfuscation process I developed: It consists of “disrupting” and “interlacing” the characters.
samluescher: #Spotify selects for my evening run: Goth Rock@150 steps/min. ★★★☆☆ for solving my bpm problem while inspiring angst of the cold, big world. Dec. 16, 2015
samluescher: #Bash #timesaver of the day: `alias short="that-command-I-type-500-times-a-day"` in ~/.bash_profile; now just type "short" 500 times. Aug. 14, 2014
samluescher: @hairyjewbear slow response, sorry I'm not an active twitter user. Form designer updated, should work fine again with a modern django! April 17, 2014
samluescher: Bye bye #skeuobashing, no more leather + canvas – and we don't even have to pay for it. Thanks Apple. Oct. 22, 2013
samluescher: Hard lesson learned [again]: real world just doesn't align with a video feed, a projector AND a virtual world at the same time. #dirtyhacks April 15, 2013
samluescher: So if there are only 15,700 Google results for #SoMoClo, there must still be at least a couple of startup ideas in there, right? April 9, 2013