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New Spectre variant 4: Our patches cause up to 8% performance hit, warns Intel | ZDNet
Intel's Spectre variant 4 patch will be off by default, but users who turn it on are likely to see slower performance.
yesterday by tonys
Early History of Core War
When A K Dewdney introduced Core War in 1984 the name had already been used for similar games for a number of years. These early versions of Core War were played in the assembly language of the host computer similar to Darwin. Unfortunately very little has been published about early Core War.
history  computing  retrocomputing 
2 days ago by vrypan
Why Blockchain is hard
Blockchain is used way too much as a buzzword to sell a lot of useless snake oil. The faster we get rid of the hype, the better off long-term we’ll all be.
bitcoin  computing 
4 days ago by terry
Explanations - X Window System Basics
tutorial on X11 system internals (overview)
7 days ago by vkitchen
K-2 Computer Science Curriculum - Unit 3: ScratchJr
ScratchJr is a developmentally appropriate programming language designed specifically for children aged five through seven by teams at Tufts University and MIT. Using the ScratchJr app, children can create their own interactive collages, animated stories, games, and other programs.
Scratch  ScratchJnr  Computing 
7 days ago by j_radburn
How To Be a Systems Thinker |
The tragedy of the cybernetic revolution, which had two phases, the computer science side and the systems theory side, has been the neglect of the systems theory side of it. We chose marketable gadgets in preference to a deeper understanding of the world we live in.
system  computing  society 
7 days ago by soobrosa

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