after some conversations today, coloring computers are now (back) in the web
(Though, I suppose I could program that in to the queuing program, but I think the 15 minute timeout is adequate enough)
the mupid is a fascinating beast
aside from looking cool, it was an early 80s graphical terminal capable of vector graphics drawing and running programs directly downloaded from the network.
Telnet is available again for the Altair now that I've (hopefully) fixed that forkbomb bug!
You can telnet to `mpcclub.info` port 8080 to mess with the Altair or port 8081 to watch the live log.
You can always, of course, `ssh -p 422 email@example.com` or `ssh -p 422 firstname.lastname@example.org` too ;)
(Gigabit internet and credit card debt)
AND THERE WAS A GOOD 20 OR 30 SECONDS WORTH OF SCROLL BEFORE THAT
Computer Club's third HTML lesson went well! This time was mostly just practice from all the stuff we learned before. You can check out members' exercises as well as summaries of our lessons over at https://mpcclub.info/downloads/html_lessons/
The screenshot is of the page I did for this lesson :>
I'm a computer hobbyist and a dying college student.
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