10 years and Outlook is still absolute garbage. Probably the worst corporate-forced thing in my entire life.

@neoncipher Always an option, but without mindshare and momentum, you won't have content. I was hoping to find an existing site. Surprised I don't know of one. Back in the day, we could argue Slashdot was it, but not really anymore.

Please #StopUsingMedium. It’s really annoying and makes me not read your content, no matter how good it is. Not specific for this author. This a general statement.

"One of the most important and fascinating of all computer languages is LISP... Subsequently, LISP has enjoyed great popularity with workers in Artificial Intelligence. " -- From "GΓΆdel, Escher, Bach" (1979) by Douglas R. Hofstadter.

"I got hired at the Artificial Intelligence Lab not by JonL, but by Russ Noftsker, which was most ironic considering what was to come β€” he must have really regretted that day." -- Richard Stallman (gnu.org/gnu/rms-lisp.html)

People afraid of negative numbers will stop at nothing to avoid them.

this toot brought to you by being in a weird museum thing probably sponsored by the fossil fuel industry, e.g.

@neoncipher Oh, someone already did try and restore it and got "99%" of the way there:


But by then, I figure most of the userbase had already focused on Arch. (Myself included, having at the time deciding to give Arch a try back in 2008.)

@neoncipher Looks like people tried to salvage the data in whatever way they could: forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-

This is now just lost Linux tech lore, I suppose.

Doesn't matter much, as Arch has met and surpassed it. I'm just saying, some amount of history has been lost, not the knowledge.

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