I was invited to attend PAX East to participate on the American Classic Arcade Museum’s Preserving Video Game History panel, along with: Mike Stulir [American Classic Arcade Museum], Gary Vincent [American Classic Arcade Museum], John Anderson [Freelance Author], Jonathan Ferguson [Game Design Instructor, Champlain College], Joey DeSena [RetrowareTV, Videographer]
You can listen to our discussion here:
Su3 – ACAM – Preserving Video Game History
YAY DEBIAN! Happy Birthday Debian!
Having used Debian GNU/Linux for 14+ years continuously, I admire the skill, dedication, and principled action of Debian developers worldwide. You’ve all done a remarkable job creating an operating system that runs reliably and stably on most anything. You allow me to continue to get useful life out of computers long after the OEM operating environment is no longer supported. Debian is my dominant operating system, and I continue to celebrate the tremendous strides in usability that the Debian project has created, and continues to create. Keep up the strong conceptual integrity that glues Debian, and the countless Debian-based distributions, together.
Congratulations on a remarkable 18 year journey, I look forward to our future together!
have a day.yad