Recently, I posted about the new OpenLab site that I launched for “Retrocomputing at City Tech.” On the site, I included a photographic inventory of the computing hardware and peripherals that I have on-hand in my office in Namm 520. Now, I’ve added to the site with a second page that inventories a majority ofContinue reading “Retrocomputing at City Tech Site Updated with Software Inventory”
Over the weekend, I launched a new page under the “Research” menu on DynamicSubspace.net for my Retrocomputing Lab. I use the Retrocomputing Lab’s hardware and software resources in my continuing research on human-computer interaction, human-computer experiences, and human-computer co-influence. So far, its primary focus is on the shift from the pre-Internet, early-1990s to the post-Internet,Continue reading “Retrocomputing Lab Page Launch”
My favorite MacOS software clearinghouse, MacUpdate.com, was down this morning for site maintenance. Apparently, the downtime was planned so that they could launch a slick new look. Check it out here.
I’m really trying to make a go at using more open source software in my daily practices as a professional academic and as a savvy computer hobbyist. You may call this a late New Year’s resolution, but it was originally intended as a carefully thought-out reboot of the software that I use on my PCContinue reading “Open Source Software”