It’s a in-depth reading week, so make time!
- Restoration of First Edition Unix Kernel Sources. I linked to a Google Code version of this before, but Google Code is shutting down. (via)
- Dark corners of Unicode. In-depth and also might make you despair a little. (via)
- In Search of SYNful Routers. (via NANOG)
- ALTERNATE REALITY GAMES COULD STILL TAKE OVER THE WORLD (AND YOUR LIFE).
- Joint Statement of Internet Engineers and Pioneers. Amicus brief for the FCC’s Open Internet Order, but also a good explanation/history in itself. (via)
- XPRIZE’s Jono Bacon on the next great challenge. “…the thing that is beautiful about open source is that anybody can play a role in a bigger picture.” (via)
- Inside the Computer (EDSAC). Video. (via)
- 5 MB harddrive being shipped by IBM – 1956. (via)
- “Whens the last time you saw a snow crash?“
- More New, Original Web Dev Jokes.
- Designing for accountability, designing for broken-ness. The three failure modes listed at the end are interesting.
Your unrelated link of the week: Announcing the 2016 APPLE CABIN CALENDAR! “Turts”. For real purchase, though this might only be funny to someone who is familiar with the food and advertising it parodies.