There’s several deep dives in the links today; enjoy reading!
- NIST publication SP800-177r1-draft2: Trustworthy Email. NIST publishes suprisingly comprehensive documents on technology practices; I am surprised they are not referenced more often.
- Keynote Speakers Make Bad Life Decisions and Are Poor Role Models. More Mickens. (via)
- 24-core CPU and I can’t type an email, part one and part two. I feel but cannot prove that this is related to why people say, “DragonFly feels so responsive!” (via)
ed(1)is not a good editor today. There are people that like ed(1), unironically?
- Why I’m mostly not interest in exploring new fonts (on Unix). It helps if you do everything in English, though.
- The Distracted State of the Union. A sort of “these kids today” article, but linked simply because it points out that when you read the news, the news now reads you. (via)
- Programmatically generated books, read out loud. I was going to say “by the author”, but I’m not sure that’s technically correct.
- Badness, Enumerated by Robots. There’s about a zillion links in this for more technical information; worth reading.
Your unrelated music link of the week: A Brief Primer on the Contemporary Glitch-Hop Scene. I liked Tipper more than I expected.