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Excited to announce I’m launching my new blog, “CD-ROM Journal”! I’m going to be writing about weird, interesting games and multimedia art. I’ve got a couple of posts I’m really proud of to launch with! I hope you enjoy and find it interesting.

First up is a post on Daizaburo Harada’s “AL: Artificial Life (Insects)”, a wildly experimental cross-media project covering a CG art book, a novel, and a game. I go deep into its inspirations and every part of the project.

cdrom.ca/games/art/2022/03/31/

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This is wonderful: someone's put a lot of effort into getting System 7 and Mac OS 8 running in the browser, with data persistence and being able to drag and drop stuff from the host system into it.

- system7.app
- macos8.app

He wrote a blog post about it: blog.persistent.info/2022/03/b

#RetroComputing

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The European Commission has started the initiative "Sustainable consumption of goods - promoting repair and reuse” and is calling for public input. We welcome this, are already preparing our statement and encourage you to participate as well: ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-r

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Such a wonderful blog post on how, through the efforts to replace the mainframe, we all just ended up re-inventing the mainframe.

winestockwebdesign.com/Essays/

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What I find quaint is that post-Brexit Britain is apparently still afraid us unwashed masses might want to go there and sully the furniture. Could do with never entering that modern-day Dickensian Tory shithole if we didn’t have family there.

irishtimes.com/news/ireland/ir

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Targeted advertising based on online behavior doesn’t just hurt privacy. It also contributes to a range of other harms. eff.org/deeplinks/2022/03/ban-

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this is why programming is, in a way, so accessible: you can basically fail as much as you want for free

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i wonder if an extended global chip shortage could enable any of these things

- profitable electronics refurbishing and recycling industry
- less e-waste
- right-to-repair type laws forcing chip manufacturers to open source firmware and specs for chips they have end-of-lifed
- advances in home chip fabrication
- cars with tactile, mechanical controls, less whizzy techy bullshit
- elon musk loses money
- cryptocurrency mining becomes unprofitable
- more interest & development in uxn and similar

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Today’s “A Step Farther Out” was far from my most informative, entertaining, or edifying show ever.

It was, in fact, nothing but thirty sustained minutes of me complaining that something has gone terribly wrong with the humans on this planet, and requesting a billion dollars so that I don’t have to stay here.

archives.anonradio.net/2022031

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OpenSSL v3.0.2 and v1.1.1n releasing on March 15th:

mta.openssl.org/pipermail/open

> These are security-fix releases. The highest severity issue fixed in these releases is HIGH.

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