Some things that came across my desk this week:
- Harvey Matusow—quite an interesting character—was interviewed by the BBC in 1970, in his role as head of the International Society for the Abolition of Data-Processing Machines. Twitter has a clip.
- Now you can run old Windows screensavers under XScreensaver. Because.
- Daniel Berrangé has come out with exactly the sort of software tool I like: it’s simple and, strictly speaking, it’s unnecessary, but it’s still great because it makes things easier. It’s called Bye Bye BIOS. Its sole purpose is to be run against an OS image (say, for a VM) which is set up only to boot via EFI and, if you try to boot it via (legacy) BIOS, tell you that you need to use EFI.