Monopoly Is Theft,
“The antimonopolist history of the world’s most popular board game”.
By Christopher Ketcham.
A Brainfuck interpreter written in the C preprocessor,
proving its Turing-completness.
Readable Programs, Luke Gorrie: “I love readable programs. I mean:
programs that you can print out, take to the park, and read from top
A long dispute means that both parties are wrong.
Zeller’s congruence is an algorithm devised by Christian Zeller to
calculate the day of the week for any Julian or Gregorian calendar
Abella is an interactive theorem prover based on lambda-tree syntax.
Specifications are made in the logic of second-order hereditary Harrop
formulas using lambda-tree syntax. This logic is executable and is a
subset of the λProlog language.
Metaflop is a web based platform for experimental fonts and type
related projects using Metafont.
tinyalsa, a small library to interface with ALSA in the Linux kernel.
SLCT is a tool that was designed to find clusters in logfile(s), so
that each cluster corresponds to a certain line pattern that occurs
sthttpd is a fork of Jef Poskanzer’s popular thttpd server.
SSD/Linux is a Linux distribution with a very BSD-ish feel.
enmime is a MIME parsing library for Go. It’s built ontop of Go’s
included mime/multipart support, but is geared towards parsing MIME
OpenBSD 5.2 has been released.
Motif 2.3.4 has been released under LGPL v2.1. Better late than never?
xmonad layouts for netbooks,
Joey Hess: “How a window manager with tiling layouts makes a 1024x600
Reactionary men who fear and hate strong women,
by Michael Calleri.
“It’s all true, and it happened to me. It involves censorship and the
movies and one man’s loathing of strong contemporary women.”
Taliban accidentally CCs everybody on its mailing list, hilarious.
Spacing Research, How does one fit letters? What is it that pulls OO
closer together than NN?
“I always thought Garamond sounded like a weapon name.”