Cryptofloricon: send bouquet-encoded messages


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I wish they’d make it easier to identify the flowers in the particular messages. For instance here’s the bouquet for “I see what you did there”:

But you have to go to a different section to determine that that’s one rose, three chrysanthemums, and a gerbera. An explanation of how they arrive at these messages would also be nice. The language of flowers has always interested me, and David Mitchell has a pretty good take on it:


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Cryptofloricons? Won’t Optimus Prime be fighting them in the new Transformers movie?


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The Cryptofloricon is a nine pound (4 kg) novel about Victorian Secret Gardens written by Neal Stephenson.


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I’m trying to figure out how you implement RSA.


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Slow day on the boingboing?

  1. http://boingboing.net/2013/02/05/cryptofloricon-say-whatever.html

  2. http://boingboing.net/2014/02/05/this-day-in-blogging-history-1-32.html

and now I type more because different so website will accept edit. <–ignore


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