A technique for adding faux seems (for stability) to seamless garments
"Much to the dismay of local media eager to speak to the heroes, the siblings continued their backpacking trip for a few more days before returning to civilization."
links to my footpedal article
This was an easy-to-follow tutorial on setting up a VPN with wireguard
Informative thread by someone waiting for Verizon to build a remote DSLAM so that they and a few of their neighbors could get DSL internet to their home in PA.
Justin Ludwig has written a bunch of very good wireguard tutorials for the Pro Custodibus (wireguard management software) blog; can learn a lot about networking in general from them. A few I found useful:
WireGuard Endpoints and IP Addresses
WireGuard Hub and Spoke Configuration
WireGuard Access Control With Iptables (There are also articles for ufw and nftables)
White paper from Agilent.
A 6502 game console (h/t hackaday.com)
Tim Bray's interview with Casey Forbes of Ravelry
A whole bunch of games in cartridge format ready to be played on thec64 (or in VICE)
this collection of thoughts on software development gathered by grug brain developer
Good summary of several Go concurrency gotchas.
A brief history of polyester by the author of "The Fabric of Civilization"
Really nice illustrations of various short row techniques. It's missing German Short Rows, but that's a good exercise for the reader.
Directly controlling an OLED display via HDMI.