Computing is pop culture. [...] Pop culture holds a disdain for history. Pop culture is all about identity and feeling like you're participating. It has nothing to do with cooperation, the past or the future - it's living in the present. I think the same is true of most people who write code for money. They have no idea where [their culture came from].

-- Alan Kay, in an interview with Dr Dobb's Journal, 2012

@cstanhope @djsundog

"PowerPoint is just simulated
acetate overhead slides, and to me, that is a kind of a moral crime."


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