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Poll: Do you follow the bots you make?

Do botmakers follow their bots?

Posted 14 days ago by Stefan

Poll: What are your favorite bots to follow?

Results are in: people love to look at pictures!

Posted a month ago by Stefan

2015-2018: The Golden Age of botmaking

Reminiscing and looking ahead.

Posted 3 months ago by Stefan

Poll: The language of botmaking

To make a bot, or to author it?

Posted 3 months ago by Stefan

Five years of Botwiki

Happy birthday, Botwiki!

Posted 5 months ago by Stefan

Glitch banning use of pinging services

An end of an era, yet again.

Posted 6 months ago by Stefan

New bots


Public declarations from Pphnarg, the Lord of the Dragons, to his subjects.


A bot that posts procedurally generated landscapes.


A bot that asks for various Dungeons & Dragons dice rolls.


Mei Ling from Metal Gear Solid, but on Twitter.


A bot that suggests daydreams for you.


Running your code in a Linux command line.

New resources

Bot Auther

A lightweight Twitter Authenticator server for quickly obtaining API keys, particularly useful for orchestrating multiple bots from a core developer account.

Curating your robot

A guide on the pitfalls and questions about botmaking.

Twitter and Procedural Generation

Twitter bots and creative limits with procedural generation.

‘Real’ Programming Is an Elitist Myth

When people build a database to manage reading lists or feed their neighbors, that’s coding—and culture.

Code goes in, Art comes out

How do you create interesting artwork solely through programming?

Limitation Breeds Creativity

Working within constraints can help you get started and provide unconventional ways around a problem.


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