I have some links I meant to post weeks ago, so lots of variety this week.
- Termux. Turn your phone effectively into a VT100.
- The Independent Discovery of TCP/IP, By Ants. (via)
- The void left by the parallel port. Well, I don’t miss it. (via)
- The invisible language of trains boats and planes. (via)
- Teaching C. Lots of good links to follow there.
- SDF Plan 9 boot camp. Here’s your chance to try Plan 9. Or maybe not yet. (via)
- Oh dear, we’ve all been made redundant…
- Remote serial consoles.
- Will the NSA Finally Build Its Superconducting Spy Computer? Mostly about cryogenic computing. (via)
- Remotely Interested, a podcast. Interesting guests.
- Shiva Ayyadurai Wants My Emails (via)
- It sounds like NTPsec is to NTP like LibreSSL is to OpenSSL.
- How browsers render emoji. (via)
- Curio. The “modern demoscene”. (via)
- this week in astounding defaults.
- Submarine Cable Map. (via)
Your unrelated link of the week: The GLOG. The Goblin Laws of Gaming, a homebrew RPG. I love just reading the rules on these sorts of things.