RT @RealJamHamster@twitter.com

I made a fully self contained virtual tape deck from an Arduitape/TZXDuino, it turned out pretty decently. 😊 #Retro #RETROGAMING #ZXSpectrum

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RealJamHamster/sta

This but make the screen move left to right as you type 😂

Finding references for pre-internet stuff is hard. Currently reading a PDF of a 70s electric typewriter repair manual.

The solution to a blog post being too long is to simply write 3 blog posts 😅

Looking at a Thomas Edison patent from 1872 for some reason

Just saw this in RubyWeekly and I'm already in love ❤️


It's like pry on steroids (it's based on pry after all)

I've just published on update on what happened to SwiftWasm during the last two years, hope you enjoy reading it. Sharing and feedback always welcome 🙂

debugging desperation level:
if (true || …

Why you should never post photos of your airline boarding passes online, a morality tale illustrated with former Australian Prime Ministers:


Nice phone adviser got an email while we were on the phone saying there’s an OpenReach outage ongoing for 45 minutes. Sky still haven’t updated their status page though. It’s not their fault it’s down but they could be faster reporting it to save their advisors time.

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Sky broadband is down for me in London so for some reason an automated message is telling me to upload a photo of the phone socket to a website and quote a reference number over the phone 🤷🏻‍♀️ Hold music is good though.

"We didn't call it fuzzing back in the 1950s, but it was our standard practice to test programs by inputting decks of punch cards taken from the trash.

We also used decks of random number punch cards. We weren't networked in those days, so we weren't much worried about security, but our random/trash decks often turned up undesirable behavior.

Every programmer I knew used the trash-deck technique."

-- Gerald M. Weinberg

Touching a screw on my custom keyboard’s case types H repeatedly, and not for any reason you might think. But I’m keeping it like that, it’s a fun bug.

if java stops working on your computer, that just means someone else has installed java,and yours had to be sacrificed to maintain the 3 billion figure

RT @kvlly@twitter.com

I saw a post on LinkedIn that recommended adding an emoji at the beginning of your name because you could see who was using some sort of automation tool to send out connection requests.

I can now confirm it works.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/kvlly/status/13002

Proud that my company @eolaofficial got onto Techstars; an accelerator with some rather good alumni. Go us! techstars.com/newsroom/meet-th

oh my god check this out

this just might be the coolest thing i have seen in my entire life

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