new quickly made project: smol radio filled with (mostly) amiga dnb/jungle mods: http://junkcc.net:8000/stream.ogg
source code for backend: https://github.com/koluckirafal/cyberia-floppy-radio
Yet another language/framework/platform to forget after passing this shit
I think I've never been more forcibly struck than today with the realisation that today's Web developers have never used 1980s BASIC systems and just have no awareness that computers used to be things you could both use and program interactively, in the same session.
We've deprived an entire couple generations of children of a basic formative mind-expanding experience of cognitive freedom, and now they're making tools that restrict other people's thought lives and see nothing wrong with that.
ooh, can't wait to play these games on my sega dreamcast and/or ps2
At this point I should just go back to collecting game rips, but I need more storage and something that can fully replace XMplay for me (GUI music players on Linux have problems with handling scrolling on modules, specially when it comes to tempo changes etc.)
Today's another time someone asked me how to do something in Linux which resulted in me digging through kernel source code using elixir.bootlin.com... and finding the right stuff.
So... anyone else wants to know how do get linux kernel to do something? May as well dig that up now that I have bootlin open...
a fully-functional, if a bit visually constrained, NEC PC-9801 port (shown on screenshot),
cut/copy/paste support for both the board and text editors,
syntax highlighting for ZZT-OOP code,
and more memory and CPU optimizations, of course!
Download it here!
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko