Covering lots of ground this week.
- youshouldhaveseenthis.com. Common meme language. (via)
- youshouldhaveALSOseenthis.com. More.
- How political events affect the files on your computer – timezone files, in this case.
- Fraidycat, sort of like an RSS reader but it takes in everything. Watch this project; I am a big fan of Tiny Tiny RSS, but this is a much more accessible approach.
- Space Cruiser Orion for the console.
- So much for games on Linux. Related, and I can sympathize.
- Major Mode for Reading EPUBs in Emacs. This will be handy for someone. (via)
- Homebrew Cray-1A. How have I not linked this yet? (via)
- Vim Splits and Vim tmux Navigator, two approaches to the same idea. (via)
- Announcing sshign. Similar to gpg but less painful, I assume. (via)
- Build your own X. (via)
- A visit to the Large Scale Systems Museum. Every picture is pretty.
- I’m Officially Part of the IndieWeb. Continuation from last week’s small theme. (via)
- sql-murder-mystery. It’s exactly what it sounds like. (also via)
- Team 6502. (via)
- Internet Synthesis Protocol. Good MIDI is actually good. You can probably recognize crap MIDI music, but there’s been entire albums built using MIDI where you may not realize it.
- Tangential to that: I think Zappa’s released more albums posthumously than when he was alive.
- New Tricks for an Old Z-Machine, Part 1: Digging the Trenches.
Your unrelated music link of the week: Orodruin: Ruins Of Eternity. Tolkien-ish doom metal.