It's a 2005 kind of day
This was inevitable
And Eudora 1.3 runs, so I can get POP3 email and send via SMTP.
I wonder how much work I could get done on just a Mac with a megabyte of memory.
With 1024kb of RAM, I can finally run MacTCP, MacPPP, and a client application to natively use the internet with the Mac's own IP stack (NATed through my OpenBSD firewall via pppd).
That just seems so much cooler than offloading all the IP to a Wifi232 pretending to be a modem.
If your OpenBSD machine needs a bunch of serial ports for... some reason... the Exar XR17V35x chip in the IO Crest SI-MPE15047 4-port Mini PCIe card is properly supported now
I added another 512Kb of RAM to my Mac
When you haven't had electricity for three days, it's good to have a 50-year-old radio that runs on batteries
I love this design of Kilobaud magazine from 1978
An updated speedtest of bwfm for Patrick:
Did you ever delete all your tweets like "twitter sucks, man" and then a week later you realize there were some useful things in there?