Another good mix of deep dives / unique links this week. Enjoy!
- Gameboy Emulator for Emacs. (via)
- Systems Software Research is Irrelevant. 2 decades old but relevant. (via)
- What you need may be “pipeline +Unix commands” only. (via)
- Running a Modern Gopher Server. (via)
- Command Line Space Mines Simulator Game ported from BASIC to LDPL. Linked because of the source images. (via)
- chunkwm — a tiling window manager for macOS. (via)
- From video game to day job: How ‘SimCity’ inspired a generation of city planners. (via)
- Teletype Model 33.
- Writing a Book with Unix. (via)
- Seven Unix Commands Every Data Scientist Should Know. (via)
- Random numbers in the 1950s, from ERNIE, to quantum now. (via)
- Stoic Electronics. I love this look, though it has no formal name. (via)
- Related: America’s Cities Are Running on Software From the ’80s. That stuff was expensive and durable. (via)
- Also related: I took this picture myself, while cleaning up a shelf of books in a library at work.
- Browsing a remote git repository.
- Explaining Code using ASCII Art.
Final link of the week: The story that was made for me: Running a Bakery on Emacs and PostgreSQL.