Affixed to the wall in the garage. I’ve referred to it as “antique” which isn’t technically correct. But it sure feels that way. If you showed it to a six-year-old, would they know what it is?
Remember this? The picture above is the same vine, 24 days later. (Yes those are tiny baby grapes.)
My post on LinkedIn—a little contrarian advice for content creators. “Don’t run your content operation like a SpaghettiOs factory” seems to be the line resonating with my fellow now-and-former journalists.
It looks like much of Reassembler is no longer indexed by Google. … More De-indexed
In the winter, after you “harvest” your wine grapes (in our case meaning after they fall off), you cut the vines back. WAY back. … More Saw it on the grapevine
From the professional world: My first Slideshare presentation. (With ginormous assist from Ready State’s designers, who not only make stuff look great but also ask smart pointy questions about what you’re trying to say and why you’re saying it that way.)
That’s right—the Assembly code. For a (famous) old chess program. Printed in a book. … More Sargon, the chess program in book format