Lots and lots this week!
- Creating a Christmas card on a vintage IBM 1401 mainframe. (via)
- TIC-80: a fantasy computer for making, playing and sharing tiny games. (via)
- FPGA-Based Disk Controller for Apple II. (via)
- 52 weeks of Unix Newsletter. You too can subscribe. (via)
- Neural Network on a Commodore 64 (1987). (via)
- Pancake – a CLI/Emacs web/gopher/file browser. Linked really because of the gopher mention. (via)
- File crash consistency and filesystems are hard.
- Computers suck: episode 17787 of 31279.
- What media/pop culture “easter eggs” are format-specific? (via
- The Internet Archive. Neat hardware!
- Debugging an evil Go runtime bug. (via)
- Use pax. Already installed! (also via)
- Stuff the kids know and stuff they don’t.
- Internet protocols are changing. A good summary of what’s coming/here. (via)
- An epic treatise on scheduling, bug tracking, and triage.
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