Apple ][ minitheme, this week.
- The Public Domain Review, an Interview With Editor Adam Green. Worth looking at just for the images. Public Domain! (via)
- Related: Nightingale, the journal of the Data Visualisation Society. I would like to have a card stating I was a member, just to feel smug in a good way.
- Legible News, culled from Wikipedia. Readability is the draw. (via multiple)
- Pervane, a plain text private note taking tool. (via)
- Org-mode features You May Not Know. (via)
- “…this is my initial experience of a website…” Get a newsletter, click a link, get a “subscribe to our newsletter!” popup. That’s just laziness. (via)
- Common LISP awk macro for easy text file operations. I like reading LISP even if I never write it.
- OK Doomer. (via)
- Firing Up the Apple //c for “Not x86 Week”. (via)
- Vintage Apple. (via)
- The Importance of Being E.R.N.I.E. (via)
- Intro to the Haiku review series: the BeOS reborn. (via)
- Geometry: A minimalistic, fully customizable ZSH theme. Linked cause I never thought of shells as themeable before. (via)
- ThinkPad Mods, Done Right. Dangit dangit dangit! This mod uses the one corner I smashed on my x220. (via)
Your unrelated music link of the day: A Beginner’s Guide to Venetian Snares’ Breakcore Madness. Oh Bandcamp RSS feed, how did I live without you?