In case it's of historical interest/amusement, I generated the three HTML images in the node cited above from these ascii art images:
Actually, I originally had four, but my meditation mysteriously (to me) was not being displayed correctly.
I was cursing and swearing at the time, thinking I'd made some HTML blunder,
not appreciating there's a 64K size limit per node and that I had just exceeded
that limit. When it finally dawned on me what was spoiling all my hard work,
I reluctantly removed the lovely little orange HTML picture of pijll. :-)
At the time, I was not aware of any prior art in this area, other than
cog's little module, so thanks to liverpole and the respondents for
furthering my education in this area.
While creating these HTML images was fun at the time, I don't plan on repeating
it any time soon owing to the bandwidth concerns raised by jdporter.
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