Includes a scan of a page from ‘Keyboard’ magazine in 1987 which shows you Brian Eno’s favourite patches for the Yamaha DX7 for you to tap in.
The web bookmarks I used in 1995. They were originally written out on sheets of A4 paper, then at some point I made them into a web page. I don’t think browsers had bookmarking as a feature at first.
The best burritos and tacos in London – 55 burritos, 83 tacos, 59 eateries, one verdict | The Picky Glutton
Ten years ago I wrote a post wondering why there was so little Mexican food in London. Now look. (via Antimega)
A google reveals that a BayMOO friend from 15 years ago did actually become a doctor in the end. Congrats to them.
I still have some kind of BayMOO help document on my drive, from 1995. I just need a copy of Quark XPress to open it.
$ telnet spacebar.com 7227
telnet: connect to address 18.104.22.168: Connection refused
@iamdanw Yeah, I can hang out in the MOOs all night!
Friday night Internet is the best Internet.
Dashcam footage reveals Russia is not solely full of non-stop car crashes; also full of people desperate for pedestrian crossings.
@kottke Oddly, the clip at 4:35 is from the UK.
@pkqk You tweeted that thought out loud.
“…the skies always had little fluffy data centers in ‘em… they would catch the colors everywhere… You might still see them in the desert.”