I lost the origin of some of these links this week; too many tabs open. Sorry!
- Moog System 55, so many analog controls! (via)
- Mike Beauchamp Projects. I like the clock. (via)
- Shrink, Reduce, and Implode: The Legacy Zip Compression Methods. (via)
- The complete guide for open sourcing video games.
- A Gemini (and Atom and RSS) feed reader.
- Golem and My Other Seven Computer-Generated Books in Print.
- Don’t End The Week With Nothing.
- Anarchism in Practice Is Often Radically Boring Democracy.
- Equa! by James Chip. Tabletop RPG as a set of equations. This will scratch someone’s very particular itch. (via)
- Recognizing and rectifying your mistakes as an engineering leader. If you aren’t too sick of talking heads.
- Designing calculator apps.
- Internet routing can now vary based on things you wouldn’t expect, or ports matter for routing, not just destination.
- Different views of what are basic and advanced Vim features. A questions for every time I link a Vim tutorial.
- Is the Psion 5 still usable in 2017? (video, via)
- Turn your iPhone into a 90s pocket organiser. (also via)
- Hacker Simulator.
Your unrelated music of the week: The Best Beat Tapes on Bandcamp: March 2021.