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Eterno Devir


Personal collection of links to other valuable digital realms.

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Core Resources
The Linux Kernel Archives.
The GNU Project website.
The Brazilian programming language Lua, designed at PUC-Rio.
Gnus Network User Services (Gnus), a message reader part of GNU Emacs.
Org Mode is a fast and effective GNU Emacs plain text system for keeping notes, authoring documents, literate programming, planning projects, and much more.
The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), founded in 1986. It is the premier standards development organization (SDO) for the Internet.
The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG). It is responsible for the HTML specification and other web standards.
The Semantic Versioning specification.
The Conventional Commits specification.

Linux from Scratch (LFS) provides step-by-step instructions for building your own custom Linux system, entirely from source code.
The missing semester of your CS education. A MIT project that covers topics to be an effective computer scientist and programmer.
Penkesu (ペンケース) computer, a Homebrew retro-style handheld PC.
From NAND to Tetris. A project for building a modern computer from first principles.
Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems.
The Code Submission Evaluation System (CSES) Problem Set is a collection of algorithm programming practice problems.

Wikis and Archives
The Museum of Endangered Sounds.
Textfiles is a glimpse into the history of writers and artists bound by the 128 characters from the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII).
The Bienal Archive, one of the most important centers of documentation of contemporary and modern artistic production in Latin America.
Living Computers offers online computer science education resources.
The Engineering and Technology History Wiki (ETHW) is one of the world’s premier sites for the documentation and analysis of the history of technology.
Tedinski's Archive about programming design models and design case studies on various system.
Typewritten is a retrotechnology research lab.
The Internet Archive is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form.
Visual Verse is a unique literary journal containing more than 11,000 pieces of ekphrastic writing.
The RFC Series (ISSN 2070-1721) contains technical and organizational documents about the Internet.
Curlie strives to be the largest human-edited directory of the Web.
The Wiby search engine builds a web of pages as it was in the earlier days of the internet.
Lieu is an alternative search engine. Created in response to the environs of apathy concerning the use of hypertext search and discovery.
Webtender is a database about drinks and bartending, inspired by the Amiga PC.
Ottaviana's Kitchen is a family collection of authentic Italian recipes.
Bitsavers hosts archives of software, computing, communications, components, magazines, and test equipments.
Amiga Magazine Rack contains reviews, previews, cheats, coverdisks, public domain, covers, trivia and thousands of page scans from Amiga mags.
Toastytech's GUI Gallery gathers screen shots of various desktop computer Graphical User Interfaces and operating systems.
Gregdonner's Workbench Nostalgia is dedicated to the preservation of the interesting history of the AmigaOS, especially its GUI known as Workbench.
The final resting place of MyAtari Magazine, the online magazine for Atari enthusiasts published between October 2000 and February 2005.

Magazines and News
Hacker News (HN) is a news aggregator where users can find and discuss content on anything that gratifies one’s intellectual curiosity.
Low-tech Magazine underscores the potential of past and often forgotten technologies and how they can inform sustainable energy practices.
No Tech Magazine hosts all links and updates from the Low-tech Magazine.
Phrack is a zine older than the World Wide Web. Since 1985, it has been a premier publication for new and exciting discoveries in the world of hacking.
OpenBSD Webzine, a tasty dose of OpenBSD news.

Games and Fun
English Sandwich is a quiz game. Can you guess where each food dish is from?
Spacewar was one of the most important computer games ever. This is a dump of historical information about the game along with a Macintosh build.
Words and Buttons is a collection of interactive tutorials, demos, and quizzes about mathematics, algorithms, and programming.
OverTheWire offers engaging wargames for learning and practicing security concepts through fun-filled challenges.
A satire about the Unix Graybeards, a.k.a our future selves.
Lichess is a free/libre open-source chess server powered by volunteers and donations. It is one of the most popular chess websites in the world. is a platform that enables indie creators to share and sell unique digital content. No ads, no limits, just creative freedom.
Xkcd is a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.
ASCII Theater streams free text-based films inside the terminal.

Right to Repair fights for customer rights. You bought it, you should have the right to use it, modify it, and repair it wherever, whenever, and however you want.
Bauhaus was a German art school that combined crafts and the fine arts. It is famous for a multi-disciplinary approach to art and design education.
Use Plaintext Email introduces the norms and conventions of plain text email why it is better than HTML emails.
The Slow Science manifesto advocates for a deliberate, reflective approach to research, emphasizing the importance of time in scientific context.
Brutalist Web Design proposes a web design focused on raw content true to its construction, prioritizing the website visitors, simplicity, and performance.
No!Spec promotes professional, ethical business practices by saying no to spec work and spec-based design contests.
Inspired by the permaculture, permacomputing encourages practices of resilience and regenerativity in computer and network technology.
Free Software guarantees that users have the freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software.
Just for Fun No Really celebrates the art of building software for the fun of it.

Clubs is an experimental community for socializing, digital skill building, and collaboration through the medium of the GNU/Linux shell. is a standard Unix computer that people respectfully use together in their shared quest to build web pages.
The Super Dimension Fortress (SDF) is a Public Access Unix system, started in 1987, for Free Software authors, teachers, students, researchers, and enthusiasts.
Neocities is an open-source web hosting service for static pages bringing back the lost individual creativity of the web.
Emacs Berlin gathers Emacs enthusiasts based in Berlin holding regular meetings to discuss and present the art of M-x.
The 250KB Club is a curated collection of web pages that focus on performance, efficiency and accessibility.
The No-JS Club is a curated collection of Javascript-free web pages.
The Dark Theme Club is a curated collection of web pages using either a dark theme by default or respecting users' preferences.

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Ink & Switch is an independent research lab working on computing solutions for creative professionals.
Suckless is a programming collective designing elegant software for advanced and experienced users. They focus on keeping things simple, minimal and usable.
Spritely is an institute creating open standards and freely licensed open source reference implementations for safe, decentralized networked communities.
IndieWeb is a community of independent and personal websites connected by open standards. It is a people-focused alternative to the social media.


Here is a list of personal websites that I find interesting and inspiring. Most of them are related to either art or technology. To keep up with new posts, I have their RSS feeds in my news reader (Gnus) as well.

Please note that the views and opinions expressed on these websites do not necessarily reflect my own. However, I do enjoy reading and hearing from them.

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