Lazy Reading for 2016/04/03

This I all built up over the past two weeks, so plenty to read here.

Lazy Reading for 2016/03/20

I’m sort of proud of how wide a range of topics are covered this week.


Lazy Reading for 2016/03/13

I had too many links for this as early as Tuesday.

Your unrelated video link of the week: Rotoscoped Horse.  Taken from the old Muybridge photos.  (via)

Lazy Reading for 2016/02/21

I earn the roguelike tag this week.

Your unrelated link of the week: The Voynich Manuscript and Codex Serahinianus, in PDF form.  Ignore the “never-cracked ancient mystery” bit about the Voynich Manuscript, but it’s still interesting to look at.

Lazy Reading for 2016/02/14

Rapid topic shifts this week.

Your unrelated tea link of the week: Cuppa Thugs.


Lazy Reading for 2016/02/07

A bit nostalgic this week.

Your unrelated video link of the week: Aircraft Crash Tests Composite Data Film.  (via)

Lazy Reading for 2015/12/13

A good chunk of this is brought over from last week, cause there was so much.

Your unrelated game link of the week: Freecol.  Runs on all the BSDs (thanks Thomas Klausner), as far as I can tell.  (via)

Lazy Reading for 2015/11/29

I am all over the map this week.

Your unrelated comics link of the week: Sunday Comics Kickstarter.

Your unrelated open source game of the week: 0 A.D.  Works on FreeBSD and OpenBSD and can run on DragonFly if you can fix gloox.  (via)

Lazy Reading for 2015/11/15

It might snow around here today, and I am looking forward to it.


Lazy Reading for 2015/11/08

When I say the links are wide-ranging this week, I mean it.

Lazy Reading for 2015/09/06

Somehow I managed to find mostly articles with long headlines this week.

Lazy Reading for 2015/08/23

This is the week for entertainment, not deep thought.


Lazy Reading for 2015/08/09

There’s some meaty reading this week, so get settled in and start clicking.

Your unrelated comics link of the week: Cartozia Tales.  It’s a comics series where different comics artists start a story, then hands the story off to a different writer and artist for each issue after that.  I’ve been getting individual issues as they make them, and I want more people to subscribe, so they can get enough cash to print the last few issues.  (Independent comics is a hard business.)  Order the complete series, for yourself or as a unique present for a smaller person.

Lazy Reading for 2015/08/02

Be ready for the latent craziness in some of the links for this Lazy Reading episode.

Your off-topic movie link of the week: The Fabulous World of Jules Verne.  (via an internet cult.)  Originally titled Invention For Destruction and released by a Czech director, then subtitled to English.  Looks like a strange mix of steampunk content and Monty Python-style animation.  That may seem only mildly interesting until you notice it was filmed in 1958.

Lazy Reading for 2015/07/26

Short list this week – no particular reason.

Lazy Reading for 2015/07/05

I don’t know why I’ve been finding so many roguelike links lately, but it’s to our benefit.

Lazy Reading for 2015/06/28

I came up with a whole bunch of links at the last minute despite traveling and being sick.  I’m dedicated to your idle reading!

Your off-topic link of the week: you have about a week to pay $35 to not die when the Earth is destroyed on July 5th.  It’s the 18th time the world has almost ended, so it has to work out one of these times.


Lazy Reading for 2015/06/21

I had to do this early, too, so the link count is a bit low this week.  Sorry!


Lazy Reading for 2015/05/31

Emulation is this week’s accidental topic.

Your comics link of the week: Behold!  The Dinosaurs!


Lazy Reading for 2015/05/24

I guess the accidental theme this week is Unix.

Your unrelated link of the week: svblm.  Found via a link to Infinideer and Forest Ambassador.