Spillover from last week, even.
- Big Changes at USENIX LISA in the last 5-10 Years.
- Open Source won, so what’s next?
- “The lack of diversity in the Valley isn’t an individual problem, it’s a systemic one.” If you doubt the hive mind of Silicon Valley, look at We Put A Chip In It. (via)
- The Story of the ZX Spectrum in Pixels (volumes 1 & 2)
- Gone in a Flash: The Race to Save the Internet’s Least Favorite Tool. Linked because they have a screenshot of Snowcraft. (via)
- Found in previous link: Why are restaurant websites so horrifically bad? Of course, I loaded that page and got a full-page overlay advertising video, so maybe news websites are the new restaurant websites.
- FreeDOS on your camera. That’s two mysteries: Why FreeDOS? Why still have a separate camera? (via)
- How a bridge full of zombies reminded me of the great possibility of games. I love this sort of discovery in games. (via)
- Why, oh WHY, do those #?@! nutheads use vi? (via)
- Mushroom Cultivation Revisited. (via)
- The Zero, One, Infinity Disease. First comment on the source link is good too.
- Software-defined businesses need software-defined IT departments. (via)
Your unrelated video links of the week: 80s nostalgia is happening now that there’s a generation young enough to not have experienced it. You can have the 1980s as a parody, or as the real, unmitigated awfulness.