This week is Esoterica week, for Lazy Reading.
- secho: “a hypothetical FSF-style implementation of
echo“. Spot-on. (via)
- IPv6 excuses. (also via)
- Have any of you switched to Bash on Windows? It worries me in a subtle way that bash is the only necessary part of UNIX-like systems for some people.
- The Bargain That Revived Bell Labs. The Eero Saarinen-designed building where Unix was invented, I think. I like what’s being done with it. (via)
- WTF IS OPERATIONS? #SERVERLESS. Also part two. Points out that moving operational items to cloud services doesn’t get rid of operational functions. (via)
- The History of Mac Gaming. (via)
- Common Lisp: The Untold Story. (via)
- Harvey OS – A Fresh Take on Plan 9. (via)