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WikiDevi
WikiDevi is a user-editable database for computer hardware
computers  hardware  linux  wiki  reference 
september 2018 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
ActivityPub
The ActivityPub protocol is a decentralized social networking protocol based upon the [ActivityStreams] 2.0 data format. It provides a client to server API for creating, updating and deleting content, as well as a federated server to server API for delivering notifications and content.
computers  socialmedia  social_media  web 
april 2018 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
GUIdebook: Graphical User Interface gallery
Welcome to guidebook, a website dedicated to preserving and showcasing Graphical User Interfaces, as well as various materials related to them.
os  osx  mac  webdesign  windows  screenshots  reference  gallery  gui  hci  history  archive  apple  accessibility  computers  design  icons  images  inspiration  interface  ui  usability  web  user  software  technology  icon  graphics  computer 
may 2010 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
OptiBay: MCE Technologies Online Store
The MCE OptiBay Hard Drive replaces the notebook's internal SuperDrive or Combo drive with a high performance hard drive up to 500GB
technology  sata  powerbook  osx  apple  disk  computers  dvd  enclosure  harddrive  hardware  laptop 
march 2010 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Lifehacker - How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network's WEP Password with BackTrack - wep
A nearby WEP-enabled Wi-Fi network. The signal should be strong and ideally people are using it, connecting and disconnecting their devices from it. The more use it gets while you collect the data you need to run your crack, the better your chances of success.
wep  wardriving  lifehacker  linux  security  computers  network  tutorial  tech  wifi  wireless 
july 2009 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Re-start: Musical Events: The New Yorker > Laptops go live.
Laptops are being used by DJs and musicians omg!!!! Sasha Frere-Jones is old.
music  technology  dj  computers 
september 2008 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Welcome to the Scanimate Site - history of computer animation - early analog computers -
analog computer system that was built in the late 60s & early 70s. Only eight machines were produced.
history  animation  netart  video  Graphics  hardware  tv  computers  70s  analog  trippy  nostalgia  inspiration 
january 2008 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Commodore 64 still loved after all these years - CNN.com
wtf, this was TOP STORY on Cnn.com; no mention of Pearl Harbor
computers  c64  cnn  retro  news  history 
december 2007 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Synergy
Synergy lets you easily share a single mouse and keyboard between multiple computers with different operating systems, each with its own display, without special hardware. synchronizes screen savers and clipboards
kvm  windows  linux  osx  keyboard  computers  computer  apps  communication 
july 2007 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Infinite Fill
oh jeez, this is really similar to something i wanted to do
80s  bitmap  computers  digital  dirtstyle  design  art  apple 
july 2007 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Music thing: TINY MUSIC MAKERS: Pt 1: The 'Intel Inside' chimes
KLF fan Walter Werzowa had never heard of Intel when they asked him to compose a 3 second jingle for them. Last year alone, they spent $350m promoting the sound he created. played every 5 minutes somewhere around the world.
music  intel  history  advertising  sound  business  cool  sounds  articles  audio  computers  computer  klf 
july 2007 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
DevilDucky - Introducing the Book
A comedy about medieval tech support, learning how to use a book. It's from a show called Øystein & Meg (Øystein & I) produced by the Norwegian Broadcasting television channel (NRK) in 2001. The spoken language is Norwegian, the subs in Danish.
blog  book  computers  development  fun  bus  books  funny 
may 2007 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
DoomRL - Doom, the Roguelike
DoomRL (Doom, the Roguelike) is a fast and furious coffee-break Roguelike game, that is heavily inspired by the popular FPS game Doom by ID Software.
games  roguelike  doom  software  freeware  fun  oldskool  rpg  computers  free  ascii  gaming 
january 2007 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Takeshi no Chousenjou - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
he game is infamously known for giving the player near-impossible tasks to complete. Some examples include forcing the player to sing karaoke numerous times in a row (utilizing the second Famicom controller, that has a built-in microphone) and leaving the
games  funny  videogames  game  japan  nintendo  computer  computers  fun  gaming  humour 
november 2006 by WIZARDISHUNGRY
Seashore - About
Seashore is an open source image editor. It features gradients, textures and anti-aliasing for both text and brush strokes. It supports multiple layers and alpha channel editing. It is based around the GIMP's technology and uses the same file format.
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october 2006 by WIZARDISHUNGRY

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