Seventies/Eighties computing, this week.
- books chapter ten
- Eclipses and decibels.
- Twenty-plus years on, SMTP callbacks are still pointless and need to die.
- Destroy All Monsters: A Journey into the Caverns of Dungeons and Dragons. First comment in the source link is great.
- The Icewind Dale Problem. Related to previous link. (via)
- The Enduring Legacy of Zork. (via)
- Your load is too heavy: Zork deep reading. (via)
- Noticed in the same place, in an article about VERB and NOUN buttons: People are patching the code for the Apollo 11 guidance computer. People apparently can’t help patching code.
- Interface, a decent non-serif, non-monospaced font. (via)
- So You Want to Read… A Guide to Sci-Fi and Fantasy Subgenres. (via I lost it, sorry!)
- The Return of the Cray files (2013-2016) (via)
- Arithmetic for Beginners. (via via)
- 1976 word processor error messages. They sound exactly right. (via)
- Having Played Every Adventure From the 1970s, Some Thoughts. (via)
- 6502cloud – Bringing the 80’s to the cloud. (via)
- Software development 450 words per minute. (via)
- The Light Phone. (via)
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