Reading List

Every day I accumulate new browser tabs, and they hang around forever in the hope that I will one day read them. After a few months it gets ridiculous though – I might admit to myself that I’ll never read these, but at least if I do actually find myself stuck for something some day, everything will be readily available.

  1. A People’s History of the United States
  2. History of Irish Blasphemy Law
  3. Defending the One Percent
  4. An Introduction to OpenSSL Programming (Par t I)
  5. UML Use Case Diagrams: Tips and FAQ
  6. Cern ROOT: C++ Coding Conventions

Some new additions for 10/3/2017:

  1. Emacs org-mode examples and cookbook
  2. ‘One hundred years is not enough’–Yes it is
  3. The Real Difference Between Google And Apple
  4. Client for VBIT/Raspi
  5. vbit-pi-stream
  6. Bit Savers’ PDP-11 Docs
  7. Official MKIII DIY and Helpfull Hint Thread
  8. Dan’s Jetta/Golf MKIII Help page
  9. Stream Control Transport Protocol (SCTP) in Java
  10. Aleksey Shipilëv: One Stop Page
  11. BCP 38 – Defeating IP Spoofing Network Attacks
  12. Persistent Memory Programming Libraries for Java (Github)
  13. Persistent Memory Programming (pmem.io)
  14. Persistent Collections for Java (Github)
  15. Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
  16. Open source software radio 3GPP LTE UE
  17. Rave on: When underground dance parties ruled Dublin

The following items have been read, but I’ll keep them around because they seem worth another go round some time.