On the Appreciation of Users

Forty years ago, on 15 May 1974, a small group of Unix users met at Columbia...

John Boyd and the Origins of “Agility”

Agility is all around us these days, but the origins of Agile programming and...

The History of Computer Language Translation

We’re starting to take for granted the number of tools that translate from...

January in History: A Geek’s Almanac

Happy New Year! But it's only been that for a bit over 250 years. Only in...

A Short History of Computers in the Movies: Panel Lights, Spinning Tapes, and Lab Coats

The big screen has always tried to keep step with technology… usually...

Removing Insecurity: The IETF Hums 5 Times

The IETF, which defines and promotes Internet standards, is taking a stand against the activities...

November in History: A Geek’s Almanac

There's no date without some history. Some dates are “important,” some are...

Computers and Doctor Who: The First 20 Years

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40 Years of UNIX, and 'The Scariest Thing I’ve Ever Done'

Let’s take a moment to appreciate the heritage of this influential operating...

What Good are Terabytes? Because Data Sets are Not Information.

We keep on amassing more and more data. And we're told frequently about the...
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