I managed to clear some of my link backlog, finally.
- Windowing systems by example, part 9. (via)
- Design and Implementation of a 256-Core BrainFuck Computer. (via)
- Restoring YC’s Xerox Alto day 10: New boards, running programs, mouse problems. (via)
- Crypt Community. Linking it not for the game, but for the description of someone going from 0 to 60 in game design in a week.
- “The EastEnders Threshold”, and other tea-making issues. (via)
- “Is SPF Simply Too Hard For Application Developers?“
- “What on earth can a person do with four gigabytes of RAM?“
- cidrmath – script for adding and subtracting subnets. I could have really used this about 8 years ago.
The Microscopic Alchemist. I’m growing two varieties (for bread production) right now.
- Eventually every company tries open source, even Comcast. (via)
- Restoring the first recording of computer music. 1951! The anecdotes about Alan Turing and the aural feedback he pulled from his programs is completely new to me. (via)
- Beloved, a sort of solo RPG. Odd, but it works. (via)
- export TERM=aaa-60.