All over the map this week.
- VT100 Terminal Art: old text-based animations you can run in your terminal. (via)
- Free security advice. Generally correct, and not so in-depth you can’t hand it to most anyone. (via)
- A project to resurrect Unix on the PDP-7 from a scan of original assembly code. (via)
- Refurbishing A 1927 Switchboard. I like the way very old electronics smell, strange as that may seem. (via)
- Y2K Futurism, or what people thought the future would look like 1996-2002. (via)
- NexDock, or a phone/laptop dock device. This is getting pretty close to the ‘seamless’ device version I have in my head. (via)
- The Five Stages of NoSQL. (via)
- GNU complexity 1.5. Someone run this on a BSD. (via)
- The past and future are here. It’s just not evenly distributed (yet). (via)
Your unrelated link of the week: teasmades, 50% off with the code ‘MOTHERSDAY2016’ until March 9th. Given the difference in US – UK voltage, I don’t know if this would be a good investment for me, but I’d sure like to have one.