Nothing is too outlandish to discuss at these meetings. Web pages of particular interest to us at recent meetings have been those with animation: bottom_up parser and top_down parser and those with some three dimensional pictures homepage of J. Porter. Students with lots of time can reverse engineer the code for pages like this one tic-tac-toe.
All are welcome to attend our informal lunches either as active participants demonstrating their systems or a passive observers. If your work is excellent, or if it is judged garrish and in poor taste, you will be so informed. These fact filled lunchtime sessions are an excellent place to ask questions about problems with HTML and web browsers in general.
Recent student work includes the encoding of these sites: The Cultural History of Computers, Robots, and Artificial Intelligence and Neo-Platonist Philosophical Readings .