Python script to simulate the display from "The Matrix" in terminal. Uses half-width katakana unicode characters by default, but can use custom character sets. Accepts keyboard controls while running. Based on CMatrix.
The degooglify.sh script takes as arguments local files and URLs (leading to fonts.googleapis.com). It handles multiple arguments, including mixing of URLs and files. It then downloads the CSS files from URLs provided, and in all local and downloaded files looks for @import (with URL pointing to fonts.googleapis.com) and src: (with URL pointing to fonts.gstatic.com) statements. Once done, it rewrites the files in question to point to the downloaded files.
Input takes its aesthetic cues from monospaced fonts and pixel fonts designed for consoles and screens, but casts off the technical limitations that constrained them. Designed to make programming easy on the eyes from the desktop. Generous spacing, large punctuation, and easily distinguishable characters. Multiple weights and widths.
50 awesome and totally free futuristic fonts you can use to design. Many of these work best when set at larger sizes, but we’ve also included a few that are more versatile and lend themselves to parts of a design other than headlines or quotes. Free to download and use.