It finally happened, I managed to max out the open tabs in Safari on my iPhone. What this has meant is that I needed to do a purge in order for Safari to remain usable and that gave me an opportunity to rediscover some interesting websites.
Much like Łukasz mentions in his article: The quest for purging my bookmarks, I too need to undertake a major purge in my digital hoard, mostly with the many hundreds of tabs that remain open un-looked at for months, if not years. However, this recent experience on my iPhone was surprising as for almost every tab I remembered why I had opened it and most importantly why I had left it open. Pardus for example was part of my research for Space Mines, it's a similar browser game to Planetarion and both are sources of inspiration for my own.
The past six weeks have been an exercise in not getting much #Blogging done; both April and May saw very little activity from me with regard to writing. I instead worked on Space Mines and rested. Whether this will change in June or July I am unsure. We shall have to see.
Joke of the week
Notable Articles Read
- Richard Murphy: Over-powerful party leaders have undermined politics
- Nathan Brock: An America-less Internet
- Matt Sarnoff: Build This 8-Bit Home Computer With Just 5 Chips
- Christian Huitema: QUIC to Mars
- Benj Edwards: Finding stuff online: 20 years of innovative search engines
- Wikipedia: Timeline of the far future
- Simple Game of Snake in PHP using Raylib
Cool things from around the internet
- Spacer: CLI tool to insert spacers when command output stops
- Andrew: QR code generation from image with Stable Diffusion
- ADMES: Andover and District Model Engineering Society
- Pardus: Free Browser Game set in Space
- DOCOPT: Command-line interface description language
- Zeal: offline documentation viewer
- Asymmetric Games: The Kingdom of Loathing
- Retro Forum Directory
- Boing Directory