Less links than last week, but still lots. Alliteration!
- “Google’s autonomous cars, meanwhile, have never even seen snow.” Or ice, or deer? Uh oh.
- Bits Sysadmins Should Know. (via)
- Why Atom Can’t Replace Vim. The title is misleading; it’s Emacs vs. Vim. (via)
- How vi came about – Bill Joy in 1984. Compare to the previous link. (via)
- Defensive Bash Programming. Just because it’s Bash doesn’t mean you should be sloppy. (via)
- Why you should love nmap.
- Dwarf Fortress updated – first update in two years. Too scared to play it.
- The Unix Spirit set Free: Plan 9 from Bell Labs. As PDF. (via)
- How It Works… The Computer. A Ladybird book, sorta.
- Will this frustrate you as much as it does me?
- Freedom. Is there an open source/works -on-nonMacOS-BSD version of this idea?
- Old UNIX source, at unix.superglobalmegacorp.com. (via Antonio Huete on EFNet #dragonflybsd)
- Awesome 80s computing kids magazines. I had Enter, I think it was.
- ADOM is alive again.
Your unrelated link of the week: Carpets for Airports. Requires Flash, unfortunately.