Back to the Future Java is a Java Virtual Machine planed down until it fits on 8-bit computers (i.e. the Commodore 64). It's based on a port of Java made for Lego Mindstorms, lacks a few key features of the language (such as garbage collection), but is quite an astounding feat. Previously: Java on a Sega Genesis; Java on Apple II.
Awesome Piracy is a comprehensive directory of information, links and resources to sites that report, discuss and even—look away!—encourage acts of software piracy. Igglybuff and 100 or so others: Over the past couple of years, I've accumulated bookmarks, saved Reddit posts, and GitHub stars all related to piracy in some form or another. This list… READ THE REST
The Lunduke Journal of Technology offers The History of the Graphical User Interface. the end of the 1970s. Around this time, Steve Jobs took a tour of Xerox PARC and left with a great many ideas. I'm one of those weirdos who think they nailed it hard with portrait-oriented monochrome high-resolution displays about that time… READ THE REST
Andre Weissflog's Tiny Emus makes it easier than ever to jump into an old game or application. Just click on the thumbnail for the system (or system+queued title or demo) that you want and it pops up, ready for action. Covered here are 8-bits popular in the UK such as the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Do you hate the taste of water, or lack thereof, so much that you have to force yourself to drink it? Well, it turns out you aren't alone, and the solution to a… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. When it comes to finishing an outfit with a classic and classy touch, there's still nothing that beats a watch. Everybody has a phone with the time on it, so perhaps… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Email. We need it to function in modern society, right? So why didn't anyone teach us how to manage our inboxes in school? Now that our own kitchen appliances are sending us… READ THE REST