see also: electronics, games
site with information about old and small technology, including NNCP and amateur radio, as well as information about long-distance train travel in the US
a wiki "about permacomputing, a radically sustainable approach to computing inspired by permaculture, with a focus on utilizing already available computational resources."
"exploring and playing computing within limits, (s)low tech, human-powered computers"
"programming tools, reference works, public-domain and experimental implementations of the forth programming language for various platforms, [...] and connections to other forth resources"
zines about making a website and about using the command line, among other things
amiga, demoscene, "better digital living by making things harder for yourself", and one (1) article about the voynich manuscript
lots of writing on permacomputing, the demoscene, and other topics
"recurring themes include: decentralism, minimalism, privacy, simplicity, and sustainability/environmentalism"; most of the writing is available only over the gemini and gopher protocols
came here from the article about using a 32-bit, ~800MHz laptop for daily use, bookmarking largely because of the talk of sharing computer setups like mixtapes, and also the "workgirl" article--"name your stuff whatever you want, and don't let other people force their names on you"
home of such entertaining articles as "operation luigi: how i hacked my friend without her noticing" and "when you browse instagram and find former australian prime minister tony abbott's passport number"
"information about the creation of operating systems" as well as a forum for discussion of operating system design and development