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Dana Sibera posts strange and wonderful computer hardware to @NanoRaptor@bitbang.social. Marcin Wichary wrote about her cursed universes on his Shift Happens newsletter.
For those who want a work of art to do their daily typing on: the Keymacs A620N-88 is a recreation of the famous Symbolics Lisp keyboard, with Matias switches (or any ALPS-style you prefer), a choice of ANSI or Lisp layout, and a custom spherical key-cap set.
(Via https://deskthority.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=25131)Noted by Damian Cugley .
If I am reading this right, according to Geekbench the feeblest of Apple’s new MacBooks is approaching 2.7× faster on single-core and 5.9× on multi-core compared with my current 11ʺ (early 2014)—not to mention double the RAM. Caveat being that I don’t think I would achieve the milti-core speed-up on my typical workday dominated by editing and compiling. No information yet on Minecraft frame rates.
Twitter thread of old-timey computers with absurdly small screens back when screens were impressively expensive.
A six month field test of the Leica Q, a 24MP camera with a fixed 28-mm f1.7 lens.
Remember the hardware virus spread through meeting-room DVI cables?
(Via Marcin Wichary on Twitter)Noted by Damian Cugley .
Panic, a Mac software house, have designed their own hand-held game gadget, the Playdate.