Why didn't Boston, with both Harvard and MIT, become Silicon Valley? "When you talk about a certain type of person being 'impractical', I don't think that's really the issue. Such people can be very practical when it comes to pursuing their own particular kind of ambition. But their interests may not lie in the commercialization of an idea. Some extremely intelligent, highly skilled people just don't care about money and commerce, and may even despise them." https://danluu.com/mit-stanford/
found on front page of HN so maybe some of you saw it already https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyberpunk_derivatives
someone made a (Transistor-Transistor Logic) TTL Forth computer this year http://www.aholme.co.uk/Mk1/Architecture.htm
Oh, I seemed to have found it under the 'refs' tab. New branches just don't show up in summary, tree, or logs tabs I suppose.
The founders note is worth a read https://restofworld.org/2020/letter-from-the-founder/
Today was my last day at the IT job I've been working at past 3 years. It was a difficult decision to make because I liked my team and the money was decent, but the actual work became dull. Planning to take it easy during the holiday season.. if I can't help trying to prototype an idea I've had for a while!
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