When you find a weird program from four decades ago and realize that it's yours.
Why getting away with stuff is good for the soul, and good for the stock.
A Look Back At Some Of Our Sum, Sum, Summertime Memo Madness.
Before you battle the crypto-miners for that fancy new graphics card, think about how much information it takes to entertain you.
When do programming languages stop being programming languages, and just become languages?
An ode to the TRS-80, flyer-side chats, and all those overpriced 555 timers I melted with my enormous soldering gun.
An Old Vendor-Antagonizer Finally Gets His Comeuppance
#1: Don't Be a Jerk. (That is just a bonus tip, in case you don't want to read past the subtitle)
Memories of Weird Memories, of Computers Past.
If you are building a complex product for a complex problem, you may want to think again.
How making bad movies can help your project management skills.
In 1982, the author faces some tricky dilemmas in his first job at a car dealership.