A review of 4 console spreadsheet programs that can run on linux.
An article that argues for a trash bin as opposed to a is_deleted column.
It turns out yarnsub.com has a newsletter where they publish some rather useful articles!
Graphing calculator emulators on the Internet Archive.
Robin Allen writes about writing a runtime to run (and modernize) one of their old Flash games.
I missed this project back in 2018, people training a NN to write knitting patterns. Would be curious to reproduce this with a better model today.
See also: https://www.aiweirdness.com/skyknit-when-knitters-teamed-up-with-18-04-19/amp/
"The mission of the Old Time Radio Researchers Group is to accurately preserve classic old time radio series from the past in order for future generations to enjoy them."
Radio Shows based on books, or using books as jumping-off points for dramatic versions. Seems to be a lot of Agatha Christie.
Very nice online gif editor/convertor
The Commodordion is an 8-bit accordion primarily made of C64s, floppy disks, and gaffer tape. Article includes a video of the Commodordion in action.
The LPL on security through obscurity, the mission of his youtube channel, and the hacker mindset
I'm currently shopping for a Disqus replacement, and this list is helpful
See also the Kelly Agnew archives at marathoninvestigation.com: