We’re already 2/3 of the way to Christmas!
- UNIX history book recommendations.
- Networking for System Administrators, a BSD-friendly book I was slightly involved with, reviewed on Slashdot.
- How UNIX system administration is like filing your taxes.
- The history of computer data storage, in pictures. (via)
- Ops books. How much of Github is not-code? (via)
- The Heirloom Laptop’s Custom Wood Composite.
- BrowserHack: NetHack ported to the web. (via)
- Text adventure speed runs. (via)
- People who could really break the Internet. (via)
- This, everytime someone says “the cloud” (via)
- The Forgotten Ones: Unisys SCAMP-D Mainframe. Linking to it because that’s where “Master Control Program” came from. (via)
- Textblade. Sounds neat; I’d want to see it in action. (via)
- The Philco 2000 Model 212’s retirement party. (via)
- Good UNIX (History) books / material ?
- Copper vs. fiber. (via)
- Used Thinkpad Buyer’s Guide. (via)
Your unrelated tea links of the week: Do you even steep? The actual title is different, but I like that part of the link more. (Thanks, Jeff Ramnani) Also: Tea With Strangers. It’s exactly what it sounds like. Unfortunately, it’s not in my city. (via)