RC has a small collection of vintage computers. Occasionally folks restore them, and do fun stuff like this!
It's easy to complain about how browsers are so complicated they're impossible to understand, it's much harder to roll up your sleeves and start making one.
Kevin designed and built his own high-end "dumbphone"
A compiler from Scheme to Lua bytecode. I love seeing compilers with unexpected source language / output language pairs, and this is a great example!
A detailed overview of installing A/UX, Apple's defunct Unix-based OS that could also run Mac apps, on a Quadra 610.
Performant n-body simulations with pretty diagrams!
My favorite thing about Phil is that incorporates both beautiful and novel ideas in its UI *and* its puzzle-solving engine.
This is a generation of slides to learn/study the basics of Python.
NOTE: The content is in spanish!
Made with <3 using reveal.js
When someone's obituary appears in the New York Times, FOIA The Dead sends automated requests to the FBI for their records on the recently departed, and publishes the results. So far it has almost 4,000 pages of (sometimes-mundane, sometimes-fascinating) records on 55 people which probably wouldn't have been released otherwise.
This falling-sand game makes some beautiful emergent visualizations.