Mailüfterl-Erbauer: “Wahr ist, was funktioniert”,
Google ehrt den Wissenschaftler Heinz Zemanek für seine
Computer-Pionierarbeit. Eine YouTube-Doku zeigt die
Entstehungsgeschichte des berühmten “Mailüfterl”.
A nanopass framework for commercial compiler development, by Andrew W. Keep.
Copatterns: Programming Infinite Structures by Observations (PDF),
by Andreas Abel and Brigitte Pientka.
The Cryptosphere is an open-source P2P web application platform which
makes it easy to build decentralized, privacy-preserving software that
keeps users in control of their own content.
Decentralized Anonymous Credentials, by
Christina Garman, Matthew Green, and Ian Miers.
Who Ordered That?, about the proof for a conjecture of Kontsevich.
OpenBSD goes ChaCha, and there was much rejoicing.
Monitor and keyboard controllers, controlled by low-cost ATMEL
“Mega” processors. Suitable for a cheap terminal emulator.
Why the Web of Trust Sucks, by Mike Perry.
Pass the Garum, eating like the Ancients. Classic Roman cuisine.
In which a Clock is talked to