Jord Liu is a writer, musician, and creative technologist based in San Francisco, CA
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A cheap and playable prototype that allows you to create poetry that is
A parody of the NYT Spelling Bee game which uses only plausible but fake words.
Physical installation at Canessa Gallery SF as part of Electrical Health.
An in-browser drum machine which uses irregularity.
Collection of executable poetry using Word2Vec to sort ungendered objects by gender.
A multiplayer online Balderdash-style game for writing poetry.
TypeByke is a game for 0-2 (yes, 0) players that combines Tron and Scrabble.
A search engine that answers queries by texting Jordan and waiting for a response.
An illustrated poetry e-zine using Bananagrams.
A website that only lets in robots.
What does it feel like to be watched?
A low-latency shared piano for two musicians to jam online.
The Recorder turns your audio into sheet music (poorly) which you can then listen to in your browser.
A collection of reader-submitted written and found poetry from smart phones.
An experiment in shared online spaces.
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