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SQL on Khan Academy enabled by SQLite, sqljs, asm.js and Emscripten
Our implementation of SQL is based off of SQLite which is compiled down to asm.js by Emscripten packaged into sqljs.
to:twitter  webdev  learning  khan  sql 
1 hour ago
Cat Battle Armor by SavagePunkStudio on deviantART
Leather armor for cats. Discovered while searching for something unrelated, I swear.
from twitter
20 hours ago
sstjohn/sjwautoblocker · GitHub
Ooh ooh! Time to start sending pull requests to get twitter blocked by the gamergate ants!
from twitter
22 hours ago
BackStoppers not associated with Darren Wilson fundraiser - St. Louis American: Local News
Hmm, actually that organization of whom the prosecutor is a part is saying that they had no part in raising funds
from twitter
23 hours ago
Hobbyist inter-networking and the popular Internet imaginary: forgotten histories of networked personal computing, 1978-1998 :: University of Southern California Dissertations and Theses
Popular social computing began in the late‐1970s with the emergence of dial‐up bulletin‐board systems (BBS). For nearly two decades before the privatization of the state‐sponsored internet, tens of thousands of dial‐up computer networks were run out of the homes and offices of hobbyists, volunteers, and entrepreneurs throughout North America. It was on these bulletin‐board systems that personal computer owners first began to use their machines for popular communication. The history of BBSing portrays amateurs, hobbyists, and enthusiasts as key agents in the development and diffusion of social computing. Indeed, the users and administrators of early BBSes were the first to confront the fundamental challenges of living and working in online communities. Their experiences and experiments with anonymity, identity, privacy, sexuality, and trust established norms and values that were reproduced in the commercial services and social media systems to follow. Restoring the popular memory of the BBS movement confers legitimacy on amateur users to speak with authority about the present and future of internet technology and policy.
bbs  retro  papers 
23 hours ago
Takahashi Meijin 16Shot - YouTube
Back in my day, we called this the "turbo finger". I can still do it. I wonder what my speed is, these days?
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23 hours ago
0xDECAFBAD Home Page
Naw, you should be able to use SyncTERM on , port 23
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23 hours ago
alunny/confetti · GitHub
lmorchard starred alunny/confetti
github  needs-tags 
yesterday
nicola/node-fxos · GitHub
lmorchard starred nicola/node-fxos
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yesterday
Unicode Text Converter
𝕱𝖎𝖓𝖆𝖑𝖑𝖞, 𝕴'𝖛𝖊 𝖋𝖔𝖚𝖓𝖉 𝖆 𝖋𝖔𝖓𝖙 𝖙𝖔 𝖚𝖘𝖊 𝖜𝖍𝖊𝖓 𝖈𝖔𝖒𝖒𝖚𝖓𝖎𝖈𝖆𝖙𝖎𝖓𝖌 𝖜𝖎𝖙𝖍 𝖒𝖞 𝕲𝖊𝖗𝖒𝖆𝖓 𝖋𝖗𝖎𝖊𝖓𝖉𝖘.
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yesterday
Why Did Wilson Call Michael Brown a Demon? -- Science of Us
RT : White people think black people are magical, Darren Wilson/Mike Brown edition me in
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yesterday
TechnoSophos: Run Node.js apps on low ports without running as root
$ sudo apt-get install libcap2-bin $ sudo setcap cap_net_bind_service=+ep /usr/bin/node $ node foo.js
node  linux  net  security 
yesterday
Untitled (http://people.mozilla.org/~smartell/meme/connery-food.gif)
I thought of this taking the kids to school and now I can't stop giggling:
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2 days ago
bear is drinking a Yin Yang Oatmeal Stout by Broken Goblet Brewing on Untappd
Starting the day off right - Drinking a Yin Yang Oatmeal Stout by @ Broken Goblet Brewing —
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3 days ago
Renegade BBS in Ubuntu Linux - Telnet|Multi-Node
There are many open source BBS resources out there for Linux, but I came up short in finding anything even remotely mentioning renegade and Linux in the same sentence. This left me feeling nostalgically challenged so I set out to find a way to run a telnet multi-node Renegade BBS from my Ubuntu system. In this instructable, I will show you how I achieved this and hopefully inspire some much needed creative improvements as well.
bbs  linux  telnet  hacks  dos  renegade 
4 days ago
“This is EVE” - Uncensored (2014) - YouTube
Wow, this makes me want to stop taking a break from EVE Online. “This is EVE” - Uncensored (2014):
from twitter
4 days ago
www.youtube.com
Favorite: Topeka - Safeway Song, by maxvonmayerling 'A' side of the first single by the band Topeka. Video directed by Luis Obispo.
youtube  videos 
4 days ago
Dropbox Sync | Heroku Dev Center
Dropbox Sync is a Heroku beta feature that lets you deploy the contents of Dropbox folders to Heroku apps after linking your Dropbox and Heroku accounts.
heroku  dropbox  development 
4 days ago
Jookie's home page » CosmosEx
CosmosEx is a device for Atari ST computers which replaces multiple peripherals in single box. Your Atari peripheral cosmos is now expanding!
retro  atarist  atari  raspi  raspberrypi 
4 days ago
How to make MS-DOS 6.22 to stop consuming 100% CPU in VirtualBox on Ubuntu « Emanuelis' Blog
So you have a MS-DOS installed to a virtual machine on your super new multicore computer and it consumes 100% of your CPU (well… 100% of one core actually…)?
dos  retro  tips  utils 
5 days ago
Page 3 - Utilities-Special
These are the image files to recreate floppies with Dos 6.22
This is the last DOS version and was also the base for Windows 95
msdos  dos  retro 
5 days ago
Rubénerd: Using QEMU for DOS on *nix
While DOSBox is a great piece of kit, sometimes you may have more speciailised DOS needs that require the use of a VM. In my case, I use QEMU and so far things are working great.
dos  retro  qemu  linux 
6 days ago
Dropbox - Screenshot 2014-11-20 12.28.25.png
Giggling so hard "Welcome to the exciting new world of Windows 98, where your computer desktop meets the internet!"
from twitter
6 days ago
Synchronet BBS Software
Spent part of the evening setting up a telnet BBS with for no good reason. Need to figure out DOSEMU and door games
from twitter
6 days ago
rickparrish/HtmlTerm · GitHub
lmorchard starred rickparrish/HtmlTerm
github  needs-tags 
6 days ago
New Search Strategy for Firefox: Promoting Choice & Innovation | The Mozilla Blog
I am really just completely thrilled about this: New Search Strategy for Firefox
Choice  from twitter_favs
6 days ago
Today in Internet News... by ednapiranha
So 's "Today in Internet News" is a thing of beauty. You're already missing out.
from twitter_favs
6 days ago
Kmart To Employee: 'If You Do Not Come To Work On Thanksgiving, You Will Automatically Be Fired' | ThinkProgress
RT : Kmart to employee: 'If you do not come to work on Thanksgiving, you will automatically be fired'
from twitter
7 days ago
Stop Breaking the Web
RT : A great read. "Stop Breaking the Web"!
webdev  from twitter
7 days ago
Christopher Soghoian on Twitter: "I'm only a few pages in, and already, oh god. http://t.co/C1oT6JM0Sw http://t.co/N5UC7Bpxl1"
RT : The FISA court asks Yahoo how their users could be hurt by surveillance. After all its not like they'd ever find out.
from twitter
7 days ago
The web idealists have a point: content can't truly blossom in walled gardens | Advertising news | Campaign
The movement being what it is, there is not necessarily a canonical, single set of principles, but here’s something close, and it sums the idea up pretty well: "Your content is yours. When you post something on the web, it should belong to you, not a corporation. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  favorites 
7 days ago
Lost Garden: Multiplayer Logistics
How do we get players to play together in a manner that fits their schedules? This is a key logistical challenge a designer faces when building multiplayer games. The promise We are seeing a blossoming of innovative multiplayer systems. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  favorites 
7 days ago
(500) http://pamie.com/2014/11/barbie-fucks-it-up-again/
"Computers are hard, let's go get Brian and Steve to work for me!"
from twitter
7 days ago
Contributing to FirefoxOS Cordova initiative
This post will focus on how to get started writing the Firefox OS platform and plugins.
cordova  mobile  webdev  firefoxos  mozilla 
7 days ago
letsencrypt/acme-spec · GitHub
But that package just implements a reference client to this ACME protocol.
from twitter
8 days ago
Daring Fireball: Native Apps Are Part of the Web
Again, yes, native apps are a part of the web - like roller coasters are a part of the national highway system.
from twitter
8 days ago
The Web Is Dying; Apps Are Killing It - WSJ
Everything about apps feels like a win for users—they are faster and easier to use than what came before. But underneath all that convenience is something sinister: the end of the very openness that allowed Internet companies to grow into some of the most powerful or important companies of the 21st century.
webdev  web  internet  open 
8 days ago
(500) https://letsencrypt.org/
Well, then. I guess will take care of my usual whine about always forgetting how to set up HTTPS on my own server!
from twitter
8 days ago
Stellar Motel by Mike Doughty on Spotify
Pardon my french, but I do believe I have discovered a new life anthem...
NowPlaying  from twitter
8 days ago
Easy Dinner Recipe: Viking Chicken — Recipes from The Kitchn | The Kitchn
The basic idea behind Viking Chicken is that you are cooking the really nice chicken on top of a bed of fruit (sweet) and vegetables (savory). The sweet and savory combo, mixed with chicken fat, butter and salt, is killer. And you don't need to be too picky about what the veggies are. You can clean out the refrigerator with what you've got if you like. That's why I call it "Viking," because it's sort of low brow and hard to mess up.
chicken  dinner  recipes 
8 days ago
Eeyore's Requiem from The Violet Hour | Serious Eats : Recipes
1 1/2 ounces Campari
1/2 ounce Tanqueray gin
1/4 ounce Cynar
1/4 ounce Fernet Branca
1 ounce Dolin Blanc Vermouth
15 drops orange bitters (Fee's, Regan's, or a mix)
3 orange twists
drinks  cocktails  campari  cynar  recipes 
8 days ago
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