How to Build a Useful Computer
As computing technology becomes integrated into our eyeballs, it becomes increasingly difficult to put together a useful computing environment in which to accomplish real work. It can be done.
Or, Discovering a Less Ponderous Linux System, How To Have Both Viewports and Workspaces, How to Hack an Optical Wheelmouse Into a Real Three-Button Optical Mouse, Recovering the Concept of the Current Working Directory, and Other Stopgaps to Prevent the End of the World.
Tethered Photography & Microscopy Notes
Polemic: Cutting the Link
[NOT DONE] On the insane assumption that all computers must be connected to the Internet.
Polemic: Batch Mode
[NOT DONE] The enforced interactive use of a computer (as assumed in all modern computers) is an abuse of the human spirit.
Polemic: Object-Oriented Programming vs. the Teletype Punch
Polemic: Stupid Linux Bugs
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