How in 1982, the author successfully hacked his way out of having to fill in potholes.
A corporate tale of greed, desperation, and the power of expectations. And a little bit about Capacitors.
#1: Don't Be a Jerk. (That is just a bonus tip, in case you don't want to read past the subtitle)
How internal competition can often be the most dangerous kind
The first nerdy dispatch from my Quixotic Hardware Project, QIXOTE-1
When you find a weird program from four decades ago and realize that it's yours.
The man who invented the interactive fiction genre talks about its past and future.
I'm not saying there was no computer security in the 1980's but, wait... Yes. Yes I am.
No corporate parables or historical insights this week, just the odd and sometimes amusing tale of the author's multi-decade quest for internet…
The Worst Work Event Doesn't Have to Have the Worst Outcomes
Our discussion on the creation of the great-granddaddy of all computer wargames
What would you do for faster internet? The author risks being exiled from town to get it.