How I tricked Symantec with a Fake Private Key, by Hanno Böck.
Faces of Open Source is an on-going photographic documentation of the
people behind the development and advancement of the open source
revolution that has transformed the technology industry.
Implementing Algebraic Effects in C, by Daan Leijen.
“We describe a full implementation of algebraic effects and handlers
as a library in standard and portable C99, where effect operations can
be used just like regular C functions.”
Formal Verification of Wireguard, by Jason A. Donenfeld and Kevin
Milner, using Tamarin.
hobbes, a language, embedded compiler, and runtime for efficient
dynamic expression evaluation, data storage and analysis by Morgan Stanley.
Fast-key-erasure random-number generators, by Daniel J. Bernstein.
ChezWEB (2012) is a system for doing Knuthian style WEB programming in Scheme.
“[i]t implements hygienic named sections that perserve hygiene and
scoping in the presence of definitions and the like.”
Exploring Histograms, an essay by Aran Lunzer and Amelia McNamara.
Google over IPv6 reaches 20%. (30% in Germany!)
MAME devs are cracking open arcade chips to get around DRM, “and you
can help transcribe the raw, visible bits and bytes.”
A Million Squandered: The “Million Dollar Homepage” as a Decaying
Digital Artifact, by John Bowers.
“Though the Million Dollar Homepage’s pixel canvas exists as a largely
intact digital artifact, the vast web of sites which it publicizes has
decayed greatly over the course of time.”
How the coffee-machine took down a factories control room
Comic Parchment, the ultimate font.