Over the past weekend, 60 artists and hackers gathered in Brooklyn for Art Hack Day, from which came God.js, a programming language that acts like scripture as users browse the web. Developed by Will Brand, Ramsey Nasser and Ivan Safrin, a user can enter in scripts, er, scriptures, that the program will obey. If a doctrine is violated too much, your higher power will scold you, resulting in a range of punishments including two dozen tabs full of animated GIF hellfire.
Hat tip goes to The Verge.
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