How to do this:
Read this to know how to make pages.
This is the framework that the site runs. It is essentially a script that serves the files on this beautiful server to you. Read and learn and you can accomplish great things
This is a 3D programming framework written in Orthodox C++ (basically C+) It runs on just about every modern platform (browsers, linux, osx, windows, + more) This is how we will make cool graphical shit and take over the world with our superb software. If you don't know where to begin, start by reading about the Core Module
What the fuck is software i'm so confused
lobsters — Link aggregator like reddit but for software! my favorite
Roman Zolotarev — A dude who wants to make OpenBSD and Unix easy to understand for the uninitiated. Very good tutorials on his site, start here if you are noob
9front — Nerds who still update a port of the Plan 9 operating system. It's honestly really cool, innovative, and centerd around sane unix-y design concepts. one of these days i'll get a plan 9 laptop. but for now a virtual machine will do
cat-v — This was Uriel's site for complaining about software. He was VERY anti-modern software and it shows. he got a lot of heat across various ircs for being stubborn and having strict life and design philosophies but at the same time nobody could really argue against him because he was somehow always fucking right. even when he wasn't
n-gate — This is a blog that makes fun of HackerNews a lot so i like it lol, even though it can be very... biting. i usually don't know enough about software to dispute any of their OR Hackernews' points but it's good to read opposing viewpoints to the trendy software systems of today
Stanley Lieber — this guy is still a mystery to me. he's not really stan lee. but he wrote a lot of werc help docs that allowed me to setup the site so props to him
Past all these... there's all kinds of weird software pages you can find just through surfing and clicking on the right things. I'll post more as they come to me.
And no I am not going to link HackerNews. People there range from braingenius to no-fun-allowed and it contributes to a very elitist culture. Software is for everyone.
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