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Code Cards: Celebratory Syntax

by Lambert Varias

I’m not going to pretend to know anything about coding and programming languages. Sometimes I even forget the correct format for the A HREF thing. And I call it the A HREF thing. So I’ll let the Code Cards speak for themselves. Not that I know if they’re properly written.

code cards holiday greeting cards by matt raw

Designed by Matt Raw, Code Cards are holiday cards with messages written in programming languages. Currently Raw has three models, one for the New Year, one for Valentine’s Day and one for uhm, Eggnog Day. The latter comes in a set of four cards, with each card displaying the message in a different language – Python, Ruby, PHP and Javascript.

So write yourself a web browser and head to Code Cards to order; $14 (USD) gets you a pack of four cards. Of course, Raw has implicitly made the code for Code Cards open source, so if you’re strapped for cash I guess there’s no harm in appropriating his idea for personal use.

[via Laughing Squid]


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Comments (2):

  1. Engagement Party Invitations says:

    Yeah! Programming languages for cards! It’s interesting! I hope there are no syntax errors. :D thanks for sharing!

  2. posters online printing says:

    I am enjoying doing such thing so called the syntaxing method. Thanks for the idea.

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