Not new ideas
In 1967 (or 1968) I wrote my own version of the PDP-8 RIM-format "Binary Loader" program.
When this "binary loader" was run, the ASR33 Teletype printed "HELP LET ME OUT" followed by whatever happened to be in core memory. When the printer carriage reached end of the line, of course the Bell rang. This made it extremely noisy so attracted attention to the printout. Great fun, but our boss Derek had difficulty in finding it amusing!
Copies of the "Binary Loader" tape got distributed to DEC engineers, who DID find it amusing.