Midcentury Minitel Manticore

A workmanlike dedication to an arbitrary premise. eldritch.cafe/@enkiv2

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hackernoon.com
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Fiction generator post-mortem: mythology generation
July, 30 2018
hackernoon.com
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Post-mortem of a fiction generator: asemic writing with some properties of natural languages
July, 2 2018
hackernoon.com
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Fiction generator post-mortem: comic book generation
July, 2 2018
hackernoon.com
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An Engineer’s Guide to the Docuverse – Hacker Noon
June, 6 2018
hackernoon.com
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Honest AWS ad copy – Hacker Noon
May, 11 2018
hackernoon.com
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Small computing, artisanal computing – Hacker Noon
May, 11 2018
hackernoon.com
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Don’t say “technology” – Hacker Noon
May, 11 2018
hackernoon.com
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Kaukatcr: an experiment in language design for multi-dimensional spaces
April, 12 2018
hackernoon.com
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Against UI standardization – Hacker Noon
April, 1 2018
hackernoon.com
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Big and small computing – Hacker Noon
April, 1 2018
hackernoon.com
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Un-Jobsifying software development – Hacker Noon
February, 16 2018
hackernoon.com
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Guidelines for future hypertext systems – Hacker Noon
February, 9 2018
hackernoon.com
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Some tentative guidelines for GUI composability – Hacker Noon
January, 17 2018
hackernoon.com
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Mycroft — A Predicate Logic Language — Overview / Post-mortem
January, 5 2018
hackernoon.com
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Trajectories for the future of software – Hacker Noon
January, 2 2018
medium.com
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My hypermedia history – Rococo Modem Basilisk – Medium
December, 31 2017
hackernoon.com
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Considerations for programming language design: a rebuttal
May, 22 2017
howwegettonext.com
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How Bots Were Born From Spam — How We Get To Next
May, 6 2016
medium.com
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Paranoia as a design choice – Rococo Modem Basilisk – Medium
January, 19 2016
Authorship Stats
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Midcentury Minitel Manticore is a writer who has produced content for howwegettonext.com, hackernoon.com, and medium.com
Key Phrases
Hacker Noon, Big Computing, Small Computing, Hypertext Systems, General Purpose, Language Design, Command Line, Programming Language, Project Xanadu, Fiction Generator
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