Sites of Interest
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Revision as of 22:27, 9 October 2016 by Robert.lowe (→Online Computing Texts, Resources, and Amusements)
Here are some interesting sites from around the web. These are mainly of a computing/scholarly interest, but we may post some things here for fun as well!
Online Computing Texts, Resources, and Amusements
- Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
- The Art of Unix Programming
- TEXTFILES.COM - Relive the old BBS days, with lots of information in textfiles. Some of the information is good, some of it is bad, but it is definitely there!
- Telehack - Become an old school arpanet hacker!
- Super Dimensional Fortress - Score yourself an awesome shell account. Surf the gopherspace!
- The MUD Connector - Play the MMORPGs that started it all! (Best of all, they are free!)
- GNU Humor - Laugh yourself to bits.
- Pygoscelis Resources List Another nice resource list by a former student, and current friend, of mine! Lots of information on functional programming and free IDEs.
- Free Software Foundation - Get some philosophy, join the cause!
- GNU - The GNU Project
- Github - Start your own project, recruit others to help!
Legitimately Free Books from O'Reilly Press
Exploring the Public Domain
- Project Gutenberg - Free classics
- The Internet Archive - What the Library of Alexandria would have been like without the decline of the classical world.
- Sacred Texts Archive - Achieve Enlightenment
Greek Mathematics and Other Classical Studies
- Euclid's Elements - Fitzpatrick Translation
- Diophantus of Alexandria - Diophantus's Arithmetica Including Fermat's Notes!
- Aristotle's Organon - Aristotle's Logic
- Rhetorica ad Herennium - Learn to speak in public, debate, and memorize large texts! Contains both the original Latin and an English Translation
- An Investigation of the Laws of Thought - George Boole's System of Logical Algebra