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Dec 18
Victorian Romantic Rituals and Charms | History Today



I kind of like coding against a docker container via vscode, anyone got any recommendations?


Shpong is an interesting name, redolent f a name Ik created for something else, at another time, elsewhere…

John McLaughlin & Jonas Hellborg Trilogy 1985

John McLaughlin & Jonas Hellborg - The Power Of Two Live From Israel 1985 (Crossover-106A/B)
Soundboard Live in Tel Aviv, Israel, Februar



Kenn̲y̲ B̲u̲r̲r̲e̲l̲l̲ With The B̲r̲o̲t̲h̲e̲r̲ J̲a̲c̲k̲ M̲c̲D̲u̲f̲f̲ Q̲u̲a̲r̲t̲e̲t̲–Cras̲h̲!̲(1963)

0:00:17 S̲o̲m̲e̲t̲h̲i̲n̲’̲ ̲S̲l̲i̲c̲k̲
0:06:53 ̲H̲o̲w̲ ̲H̲i̲g̲h̲ ̲T̲h̲e̲ ̲M̲o̲o̲n̲
0:14:28 ̲S̲h�

Mikrokosmos Regal

I kinda want one.

Nov 30
RENAISSANCE - Can You Understand? [LIVE IN STUDIO] 1974 RARE

Dope 🔥🔥

Julian Lage | Live at Moods | Qwest TV

Julian Lage performing live at Moods in Zurich 2021

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Lua Carousel for creating small programs

I want to share a project I’ve been working on for a couple of weeks: https://akkartik.itch.io/carousel

My priorities:

  • Useful and useable.
  • Open source. (https://git.sr.ht/~akkartik/carousel.love)
  • Sources are easy to modify by anyone using it.
  • Durable. It isn’t quite ‘done’ yet, but past a point I want it to just work for years without fuss. All the technology it’s built on (Lua, LÖVE) is selected for longevity, to require extremely infrequent upgrades.
What's Zig got that C, Rust and Go don't have? (with Loris Cro)

Zig is a programming language that’s attempting to become “the new C” - the language of choice for low-level systems programming and e

Nov 13
Visit Venus - Music For Space Tourism Vol. 1 (Full Album)

1 Brooklyn Sky Port (Departure) 0:00
2 First Man On The Moog 12:42
3 One Step Beyond 19:21
4 Stellarphobia 25:39
5 Shaft In Space 33:31
6 Zo

John Scofield LIVESTREAM | Jazzline | Leverkusener Jazztage 2023

Scofield too.

Bill Frisell Trio LIVESTREAM | Jazzline | Leverkusener Jazztage 2023

Magical, this trio.

Nov 10
Improving the IRC Experience - System Crafters Live!

In this stream, we’ll investigate a few options for improving the IRC experience so that more people might be able to join us there! The Ma

Hash matching proposals for the Online Safety Act’s implementation are dangerous | Proton

The UK government has proposed using hash scanning to detect abusive material without violating people’s privacy. Unfortunately, it won’t work.

Lingua::Romana::Perligata -- Perl for the XXIimum Century

Coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. 😃

Linux like original Unix

This started as a Patreon bonus! My Patreon supporters get cool bonus content like videos, articles, and special how-tos. Support me for as

Oct 27
How to Make a Monster - Medievalists.net

Ideas about monstrosity were fundamental to ancient and medieval debates about the nature of humanity, and the rhetoric of monstrosity was widely used to dehumanize certain groups in medieval Europe.

[EN] Writing a Dynamic Array in C // Phundrak’s rambling

Although C is a very, very popular language, it is also known to be quite tiny: memory is handled manually, and much of what is available in its standard library is a given in all other languages. But C being a low level language also means it lacks a lot of other stuff other popular languages have; for instance, dynamic arrays are present in the library of most popular languages, be it JavaScript, C++, Rust and so on, but C’s simplicity forbids them from being there. If you want it in C, you have to implement it –which is exactly what I did!

Unified Versus Split Diff

Which is better for code reviews, a unified diff or a split diff?

Craig Stuntz - On Learning Compilers and Creating Programming Languages

When I first started learning about compilers, there was something important which I didn’t understand: Designing a programming language and writing a compiler are two almost entirely different skills. There is obviously some overlap between them, but less than you might think at first!

Low Blow [MS DOS] Intro on Tandy 3 Voice


Nibble Stew: The road to hell is paved with good intentions and C++ modules

The major C++ compilers are starting to ship modules implementations so I figured I’d add more support for those in Meson. That resulted in this blog post. It will not be pleasant or fun. Should you choose to read it, you might want to keep your emergency kitten image image reserve close at hand.

Some concerns with OpenPubKey

Again, I’d like to emphasize that I think the idea behind OpenPubKey is extremely interesting and fundamentally valuable10. Moreover, I believe it deserves further attention (and development).

At the same time, it’s my current opinion that the current design of OpenPubKey does not inspire confidence, particularly with respect to long-term verification: there appear to be a lot of hacks that assume that arbitrary third-party OIDC IdPs are relatively static, predictable, and permissive of claim shenanigans, hacks that OIDC IdPs themselves are unlikely to be willing to ossify into guarantees (or, more precisely, cannot ossify without compromising their security practices).

Oct 19
Dispelling The Mist

That Shpongle feel.

Rockford: The Arcade Game [MS DOS] Theme on Tandy 3 Voice


Rockford: The Arcade Game [MS DOS] Theme on IBM PC Speaker


Trying out C++20's modules with Clang and Make | 0x1

Writings and software by Vitor

The story of ispc: origins (part 1)

This one time, at Intel, I wrote a compiler…