Back in the old nostalgic 1980's there were these very cool guys making fantastic programs for the Apple II, the Beagle Bros.
Among the very cool stuff they publish there were these amazing two-line programs which could do unbelievable things with very little code: as far as I remember it was Uncle Louie's two-line contest - because Uncle Louie was said to have an Apple II soooo old it only had 512 bytes of memory (lol), and thus could only run basic programs with at most two lines of code (since each line of basic code could contain at most 256 bytes, AFAIR).
I don't know where those programs came from (if from the Bros themselves, or from the general public), but they are amongst the most fascinating and creative code I ever seen so far (yes, until today): there were music players, text editors, amazing animations, complete games, puzzles, and so on. All of that using at most 512 bytes of code.
So, where can I find these programs, and is there an Apple II emulator that can actually run them?