"Computers" Blogs & Blog Posts

TraygonTraygon

Personal blog of Richard Edmonds, some fantastic posts covering all topics ...

 
The Programmer's ParadoxThe Programmer's Paradox

In depth discussions of programming and software development issues.

 


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The market is littered with beautiful, minimal laptop stands from accessory design shops, but no matter how much you love yours, there’s no guarantee that your next laptop will fit properly. That’s where the iQunix Edin comes in.Read more...

Gunnar Optiks and Uvex computer glasses both promise to reduce eye strain, prevent computer-related headaches, and be comfortable to wear for long periods of time. But Uvex’s basic frames, while not even remotely as visually appealing as the Gunnar...

Right now, Amazon has a great deal on a Seagate 5TB external hard drive. It's $110 (the same price as the 4TB mode). I've been looking for a way to back up all the computers in my household (with Time Machine) and I might buy this. I think can just c...

Computers keep getting smaller, but our need to type still demands space, be it a cramped screen keyboard of clunky peripheral. Thus the Tap Strap, a flexible ...

Chipmaking is a relentless competition to make transistors smaller and smaller. Such refined technology is as inscrutable to users as angels dancing on the head of a few hundred copper pins, so James Newman set out to make a working CPU whose every c...

The world's first psychedelic computer enters the universal library. And it all runs in the browser, meaning you'll never have to hunt for Workbench disk images again.

Assuming you don’t work in a datacenter, it’s not as common as it once was to have multiple computers at one desk—and even if you do, many displays support multiple inputs, and apps like Synergy control several computers with one keyboard and m...