H20 language introduced today

While spoken languages are dying in some places, written software languages are being invented.
H20 or Html Html/OS Overlays was created by Aestiva. I wonder if when we get to heaven, and everyone is worshipping in their own language (“every tribe and tongue”), that there will be some geeks in the back, worshipping in PHP or H20? Little praise scripts? You never know!


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • Dan says:

    // C++ version of “I could sing
    // of your love forever”!
    void Me::Worship(Deity* pGod)

  • Andrew says:
    Play it again,
  • Dan says:

    That was one of those late night comments that struck me as amusing at the time, I guess it shows just how much of a geek I am.
    P.S. Probably the final nail my coffin of geekness is the fact that I’ve spotted an error in the code and it’s really bothering me.

  • bigloose says:

    if you are on Mac os X type the following in your terminal:
    say -v Victoria I could sing of your love for ever
    your speaker must be turned on… 😉

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