«We know what you did during #lockdown».

An interrogation scene explores how #Covid19 has exposed the tension between the need for data to track and trace, and the right to privacy and justice.

youtube.com/watch?v=4WTpO9y2Dh

#privacyMatters #life #privacy #tracking #wearable #freedom

Cioè io boh. Una demo #c64 *senza* il C64, la demo la fa interamente *il 1541*. L'audio che esce dalla testina non credo si sia mai sentito prima...
vid.puffyan.us/watch?v=zprSxCM
Mi ricorda un pesce d'aprile di ZZAP!64 (quello inglese) dove parlavano di un supergioco che usava il 1541 come sorta di "coprocessore".
E mo' questo l'ha fatto davvero, aiuto...

If great music, cool instruments, cult artists, market and copyright news, oddities & other assorted music-related tidbits are your thing may I suggest to follow MusicBlob? :)
musicblob.it

history of commentary tracks 

surprising intersection of King Kong, condoms, Alan Kay and Hypercard...

#digitalantiquarian

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Anyone know of significant games that originated on the TRS-80 Model I/III?

For example, Temple of Apshai was significant in the development of the CRPG genre, although I think it was simultaneously developed on the PET.

Any ideas?

Ma con quale faccia di culo quelli che hanno largamente contribuito ad ammazzare l'RSS mo' fanno 'sta cosa?

blog.chromium.org/2021/05/an-e

Se domani tu avessi la possibilità di vaccinarti.

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"Web FAQ" - A list of frequently asked questions about web , online bookmarking (and tangentially about cataloging and retrieving information with a computer) with answers given in the past, gathered for your convenience.
nicoladagostino.net/web-bookma

"The Intel DTK: how Apple managed the Mac’s transition from PowerPC to x86"
File under: journalism, research, just the facts, ma'am, comment is free, data is not,
storiesofapple.net/intel-dtk-h

Happy 75th birthday ENIAC!

75 years ago today, the ENIAC, the first electronic computer was revealed to the public

It was designed by John Mauchly, a physicist and J. Presper Eckert, a mechanical engineer. The programs it ran were coded & implemented by a team of six mathematicians, Kathleen Antonelli, Jean Jennings, Betty Snyder, Marlyn Wescoff, Frances Bilas and Ruth Lichterman

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