Lisp Machine familiy trees, by Rainer Joswig.
Canto is an Atom/RSS feed reader for the console that is meant to be
quick, concise, and colorful. A bit early IMO, but promising.
The Fork Queue, a nifty new GitHub feature.
buzhug is a fast, pure-Python database engine, using a syntax that Python programmers should find very intuitive.
What to Make of Mathematical Difficulties, by David Corfield.
You never alter
You’re always you
But I don’t care
Smash the rest up
Burn it down
Put us in the corner ‘cus we’re into ideas
— The Ting Tings, We Walk
The Real Little Mermaid, “Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid
is a perfect tragedy—a concept mercilessly extinguished by the
bubbly Disney animated film of the same name.”
Programmable Concurrency in a Pure and Lazy Language, dissertation
by Peng Li.
Making Modular Layout Systems, by Jason Santa Maria. He presents a
Arnold Robbins on Plan 9, sam, 9term, rc, es, 9wm and 9menu, you can
use plan9port these days, but the
idea(l)s still hold.
sam-fans-list mailing list archive. Hard to find and full of know-how.
acme-search.el, right-click searching for Emacs.
BeastieBox is an attempt to bring a Busybox-like tool to the BSD world.