A database of motherboards, BIOS images, chipsets, manufacturers, drivers, software. If you have an ancient PC and you're trying to figure it out, check here first.
Comic Sans wasn't designed to be the world's most ubiquitous casual typeface1. Comic Neue aspires to be the casual script choice for everyone including the typographically savvy.
The squashed, wonky, and weird glyphs of Comic Sans have been beaten into shape while maintaining the honesty that made Comic Sans so popular.
It's perfect as a display face, for marking up comments, and writing passive aggressive office memos.
The RapidBlock Project is a grassroots initiative to make Fediverse domain blocking more effective through collective action.
Moderation on the Fediverse is unevenly distributed. Some instance admins devotedly follow the #FediBlock hashtag, blocking abusive servers within hours of their first appearance on the network. Others wait until their own users file a report. Still others do nothing at all.
This uneven distribution of moderation allows abusive instances to do significant psychological harm. Abusive instances are a fast-moving target; setting up a new Mastodon instance takes only an hour or two, as does resetting an instance to give it a new domain name. This gives abusers a substantial time window in which there are a lot of available victims to target.
The RapidBlock Project is something different: humans are in the loop at every step of the decision-making process, and the only thing that is automated is the actual propagation of the decisions. Moderation is hard, especially good moderation. Moderation is a full-time job, and many Fediverse admins aren't taking up that mantle of responsibility. We are trying to build a central moderation team with a clear, published rationale for our blocking criteria and a clear dispute process for remediating mistaken blocks.
iFixit's texts on how to fix lots of different things are now available through the Kiwix project in 12 languages.
The Forth Interest Group (FIG) was a world-wide, non-profit organization for education in and the promotion of the Forth computer language. This website offers an on-line literature database, programming tools, reference works, public-domain and experimental implementations of the Forth programming language for various platforms, technical conferences, and connections to other Forth resources.
Although FIG as an organization has dissolved, this website will continue to reflect the on-going interest in Forth.
Download .zim files for use with Kiwix directly or with Bittorrent.
A script that downloads and decrypts OMEMO-encrypted files sent over XMPP. Useful when your XMPP client supports OMEMO-encrypted messages, but not files.
A curated list of awesome guides, tools, and other resources related to the security and compromise of locks, safes, and keys.
Don't tell me there's a web site that tells you everything you could possibly want to know about Get Smart?
Yes, WouldYouBelieve.com, the oldest Get Smart site on the web has an episode guide, show history, FAQ, bios, lists of gadgets, passwords, agents and much more!
I asked you not to tell me that!
Welcome to the Atari FTP Archive! We're glad to see you enjoy the best computer ever. We are striving to archive as much atari/8bit/demoscene related material as possible and we're doing it since 2002 (previously known as ftp.atari.art.pl). The archive is around 845GB in 938689 files at the moment (11.12.2018).
An official archive all all (and I do mean ALL) Star Frontiers materials from back in the day. Includes 2001 and 2010!
Software that you can copy onto a USB key and run from any Windows system without having to actually install it.
A utility for Windows XP and Vista that makes it easy to reinstall your system because it hunts down and packages up every device driver installed on your system, zips them up, and asks you to save them off somewhere. After the reinstall, DriverMax will help you reinstall them.
A repository of nearly 100k RPM packages for various Redhat derivative Linux distributions, such as Redhat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, and Fedora Core.
Not in a position where you can download the VMware vSphere client to a workstation so you can do what you need to do? Somebody figured out the download links for versions as far back as v4, so you can download them manually if you need to. He's documented it here.