Oddball and quirky links, the best part of Lazy Reading.
- Exploring the Future Beyond Cyberpunk’s Neon and Noir. (via)
- WebPerl. (via)
- 808, the trailer. (via)
- The mysterious heart of the Roland TR-808 drum machine. (also via)
- Letter of Recommendation: Detroit Techno. (also via)
- “1970 January -1 and December 35“.
- “The El Paso time zone rebellion“.
- The Periodic Table of Data Structures, PDF. (via)
- The original Unix
ed(1)didn’t load files being edited into memory.
- Using nmap on your home network.
- The ‘Tapper’ videogame patent.
- “Unexpected objects to find Unix“.
- PRACTICAL COMPILER CONSTRUCTION. (indirectly via)
- The BNC Connector and How It Got That Way. (via)
- The Single Board Computer Database. (via)
- Cambridge UNIX historians (Cambridge, United Kingdom) Go, if you are near. (via)
Your unrelated music link of the week: Justin Broadrick interview.