Tag Archives: internet
LinuxUser (UK): Create a NAS box from spare parts. Ars: Intel’s Broadwell mini-PC. I love the form factor. But then, I’ve owned three Mac Minis. I keep thinking I should learn the R language. Of course, I used to think … Continue reading
In the mid-1990’s I worked for a telecommunications firm that was trying to make a set top box for interactive television. (This was even as the internet was exploding. Read Michael Lewis’ The Next Next Thing to find out what … Continue reading
Here, with minimal comments, are some things I ran across on the internet that I thought were amusing or interesting. Depressed Darth: Stay on Target. Alternate History: What if “Star Wars Episode 1″ was good? Top voice talents: 5 Guys … Continue reading
There’s no such thing as a brief internet outage! What did people do with their time 20 years ago? Ours lasted from sometime last night until late this evening, and it was caused by the stupid way our ISP does … Continue reading
Appropos of my previous post: I see that today is the 20th anniversary of Sir Tim‘s initial proposal to build a new type of text transport protocol. I guess that turned out okay. Who’d have guessed then what kind of … Continue reading
In this awesome piece, Bill Whittle nails both the severity of the crisis we are in, and the reasons we have to hope that all is not yet lost.