This came up on HN just now <https://historyview.b...
# linking-together
This is interesting because it is a written language that is a mix of pictograph and spatial relationships to tell a story. One common argument against visual programming languages is that popular writing systems are the most efficient way to communicate, therefore programming should be text, but this is a good example of a writing system that is "visual" in the way we think of visual programming languages
Hmmm based on some comments its not actually a letter, its the result of a game where one person draws and another person has to guess the meaning of the drawing
"The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side."
@Scott Anderson doesn’t take away from the beauty of the original post / idea I don’t think!
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