This is my first step toward reducing the power of centralized social networking systems. Go Internet!
My phone: "You're running low on storage: 1.00 GB available."
Me: "MY FIRST COMPUTER HAD 4K RAM AND NO PERSISTENT STORAGE I THINK YOU CAN GET BY WITH A FREAKING GIG"
@tomasino Do you have interest in trying to pick up this monitor when I come out to the Poconos? It's the same price as the Indigo... ;-)
Hypercard would be a perfect fit for the iPad and iPhone.
Imagine the things you could build.
But we aren't allowed to have computers that are fun to use, that are easy to build for, that are human centric, or human literate.
Just saw a cross-stitch that said "Warning: this is proof I have the patience to stab something 1000 times."
Having played almost a majority of these games, I agree with their alignment choices. https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/oU4yqzbVcuiKuUqJBvA
Target exclusive. $25! Just like the Apple II version, but maybe a bit more color and almost better sound. Has an on-screen keyboard for entering your dog's name as one of the soon-to-be-dead travellers, and the separate diagonals add an extra challenge to hunting. Everything is here, even saving progress.
Watch Jeopardy tonight, if you get a chance. You won't regret it.
@fuuko Thank you. It would be great if you made the distinction that SDF has continually operated since 1987. There is evidence of ted ('iczer') playing around with the BBS idea as early as 1985, but we celebrate June 16th, 1987 as SDF's birthday and when the first 214-352-xxxx dialup number for SDF was published. This happens to be Ted's birthday and the phone line was a gift to him from his mother.
Fanfic I want to read: Greek epics crossover to sci-fi & fantasty.
A sci-fi story where Achilles is rescued by a time traveller just after he's shot in the heel. She pulls him forward to the 22nd century for a job that could only be solved by the greatest warrior in human history.
The rewrite of the official Project Gutenberg Gopher Frontend will kick into high gear once I have some days off (and proper sleep). I aim to have it harvest text book files locally for servers with a local copy, or curl from PG if you do not -- all served via gopher:// stay tuned.
SDF in 2004 (at CIRR in Plano Texas) NetBSD DEC Alpha DS10L https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/LUZ0dWOEUcJ22O6DUr4
I heard the Pink Gorilla could possibly be on Mastdon @RJStar https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/Smw05amwjXjS4W_leNw