then wtf is the article good for?
UPDATE: at figshare, they think about that. Great!
UPDATE 2: for no particular reason, here is an accompanying short video done with the program
UPDATE 3: See “Publish your computer code: it is good enough” by Nick Barnes, Nature 467, 753 (2010) | doi:10.1038/467753a
“I accept that the necessary and inevitable change I call for cannot be made by scientists alone. Governments, agencies and funding bodies have all called for transparency. To make it happen, they have to be prepared to make the necessary policy changes, and to pay for training, workshops and initiatives. But the most important change must come in the attitude of scientists. If you are still hesitant about releasing your code, then ask yourself this question: does it perform the algorithm you describe in your paper? If it does, your audience will accept it, and maybe feel happier with its own efforts to write programs. If not, well, you should fix that anyway.”