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In the 1970's, we already knew we wanted them. And the lack of chips didn't stop us.
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Are math and science required competencies for programming? Based on my personal experience: definitely, maybe, not.
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Time for a break from work! In this weekend edition of the Mad Ned Memo, we take a nostalgic look back at software piracy and copy protection in the 19…
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Will it work? Will it not? Design your chips, put 'em down, and spin the wheel!
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How internal competition can often be the most dangerous kind
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How in 1982, the author successfully hacked his way out of having to fill in potholes.
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What would you do for faster internet? The author risks being exiled from town to get it.
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No corporate parables or historical insights this week, just the odd and sometimes amusing tale of the author's multi-decade quest for internet connect…
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Five portable electronic games from the strange and wonderful pre-LCD years.
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Less is more, more or less.  Today we're talking about creative constraints, and how having too many choices sometimes impedes making progress.   Limit…
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Constrain Yourself!This week on the Mad Ned Memo, we’re talking about the phenomena of ‘choice paralysis’, where having too many available options actually impedes…
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