Third in a series (#1, #2) of questions occupying my mind at the beginning of 2014. Which may (or may not) inform what I’ll be working on. 3) How can we program on tablets? I’m now a tablet user. I became a tablet owner at the end of 2012. For six months I played around […]
This looks very interesting : I laughed when I first saw it, said “it’s like Emacs”. Seems Emacs is involved somehow. Also reminds me of Enso.
I’ve been travelling with my trusty (but ageing) eeepc netbook this last week. There’s much to love about it but it’s starting to feel slow in comparison with my other machine. Increasingly when I use the netbook I try to get away with doing things in a ctrl-alt-f1 shell without logging in to the GUI […]
A quick thought I had a week or so ago on the “failure” of SmallTalk. What if SmallTalk hadn’t abandoned the file system? What if it had become the official graphical shell of Unix? Here : http://thoughtstorms.info/view/smalltalkunix
Strange case of paper and pencil “beating” computers. Personally I love my paper and pen. And I love my computer. When we finally get a computer interface as cheap, portable and flexible as my paper-notebook, then I’ll be happy.
Goosh (Google Shell) … not from Google, but damned cool.