Some retrocomputing as a mini-theme this week.
Your unrelated music of the week: Skratch Bastid. (via)
Minor computer history theme this week.
It’s teeny models week. I am reaching outside my normal topics this week, too.
Hardware as the informal theme this week.
This week’s Lazy Reading supported, kindly, by Tse Gratis volunteering a bunch of links.
It’s rare, but I was able to collect most of these links more than 24 hours before you are reading them.
No theme, cause I’m nicely spread out this week over topics.
Emacs and Vim content; I feel like I should always have one with the other.
Apple ][ theme this week, barely.
A little short, I’m a little tired.
I could not come up with a good roguelike link this week, but I am hitting many of my other usual targets.
- Using a 1930 Teletype as a Linux Terminal. Right up my alley. (via)
- Clocking a 6502 to 15GHz (!). Lode Runner would go too fast!
- Writing a Book with Pandoc, Make, and Vim. (via)
- John Conway died. Known for Game of Life, but responsible for much, much more – read his published work. (via)
- Related: Hackaday Game of Life projects.
- Smalltalk-80 on VAX/VMS. (via)
- 3mux, terminal multiplexer inspired by i3. I like the animated image; better than a thousand-word README. (via)
- “TLS Mastery” sponsorships open. MWL nonfiction, worth it.
- “git sync murder” status. MWL fiction, also worth it.
- Tree diagrams in computer science and other fields. Links for you to read, or to find books to read.
- The Hinman Collator, a mechanical version of diff(1). (via)
- THE SECRET LIFE OF MACHINES: The Videos. Cartoons! (also via)
- Niklas Luhmann’s Zettelkasten, the paper version of Roam Research. That is the sort of link pairing I love to do for Lazy Reading.
- In weird coincidence, here’s that word again: creating and linking zettelkasten notes in vim.
- Gnomes. “Most everyone hates gnomes.”
- CommunityRule. There’s a mapping here onto open source projects.
My sadly neglected RSS reader is overflowing.
No theme this week.
Your unrelated video of the day: Horse.
Accidental open source ideas or maybe history this week. That might be too easy a category to fit into.
Random this week, but that’s not so different than usual.
Again, dumping out all the links I can in case you are stuck at home.
Your unrelated music link of the week: Hannibal Rex – The One Hundred & Forty Faces Of?.?.?. Has the same drive as early Mix Master Mike, to my ear. (via)
I had so many tabs open they weren’t all showing, so you get a straight dump.
Your unrelated music link of the week: KUTMAH – New Appliance. (via)
Still backlogged, which means one of these weekends I’ll catch up and you’ll have about a zillion links to click.