How did you know that's what I did?!! :-)
In a related vein -- you could use such a method to generate "Just another Perl hacker" using the digits of pi. Taking 2 digits at a time to represent a single ascii value (offset by <space> = ascii 32) , all you have to do is search for the correct digit sequence. Write a program to calculate pi to that number of places, convert the next 48 digits into 24 ascii chars, and you're done! (You probably won't get a lot of votes for it, though, as it might take a few years to run!)
Seriously though, I'm thinking of submitting the program I used to generate Latent Japh. I need to clean it up a little first, and add some more user options (it's amazing how much the output can change with just a little tweaking), but I'll publish it once I've gotten it cleaned up.
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