if you like #RetroComputing you should check out https://nora.codes/post/the-sinclair-zx-81-ts-1000/
Havard Graphics: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvard_Graphics
years ago I wrote a presentation program and a presentation file specification called "slide" in #Forth. It was targetting a Atari 8bit, but can be ported to any Forth system. I would need some days to search and (hopefully) find the sources.
Definitely check out this homebrew #trs80 CoCo that a guy's dad and his friend spent 3 years building in the mid 80s
Analyzing the ROMs of Third Party Disk Drives for the C64
Punch cards and India ink.
French astrophysicist Jean-Pierre Luminet was the first to accurately visualize a black hole. In 1978, he used punch cards to write a computer program calculating the appearance and then reproduced the image by hand using India ink on Canson negative paper http://bit.ly/2UL1ylU
PDP-11's diode matrix boot ROM. #retrocomputing
#Forth on the Vectrex game console (80ies vector CRT game machine)
Phillip Eaton — Programming in Forth on the Vectrex
The ternary calculating machine of Thomas Fowler
Web page by Mark Glusker
In collections: Basically computer science, History, Unusual arithmetic, Unusual computers, Integerology
A large, wooden calculating machine was built in 1840 by Thomas Fowler in his workshop in Great Torrington, Devon, England. In what may have been one of the first...
@EdS "Soul of an Old Machine" is me; a video of the presentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ds4SD-t-Lk&t=929s Home page for the project https://ringzero.wikidot.com/
I think a lot of people think that free speech was a historic US value; in fact it was incredibly contested, and it took the civil rights movement in the 60s to really establish it as a vital part of US law (just as it took WW2 to push it to the forefront of universal human rights law). https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/03/inextricable-link-between-modern-free-speech-law-and-civil-rights-movement
"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