Link of the week: gemini://m0yng.uk/

@M0YNG is a radio amateur (callsign M0YNG) in Gloucestershire. They are also a member of the Cheltenham Amateur Radio Association. Their content is also accessible via Gopher, HTTP and over the Tor network.

Link of the week: userfriendly.org

UserFriendly is (was?) a legendary cult geeky web-comic about the workers of an ISP in the early 00s.

Link of the week: windows93.net/

"Windows 93" is a funny imitation and 90's MS-Windows look-alike which runs entirely in your browser!

Link of the week: peppercarrot.com

Pepper&Carrot is a wonderful, exiting and carefully crafted free and open-source web-comic made by @davidrevoy made entirely with Free Software.

Link of the week: stokely.com/lighter.side/index

An enormous collection of sysdamin humour, because " sometimes we all need to take a break and laugh at ourselves, our jobs, and our so-called lives".

Link of the week: nukees.com

Nukees is a web-comic about Gav, a nuclear engineering student and "exasperated cynic-turned-mad-scientist".

Link of the week: trinitydesktop.org

The Trinity Desktop Environment is a computer desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems with a primary goal of retaining the function and form of traditional desktop computers.

Link of the week: kde.org/

KDE is the community behind the modern Plasma desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems, as well as popular applications such as Krita.

Link of the week: archive.org/details/iconbookvi

The Icon Book, by William K. Horton, is a handbook on best practices concerning icon design for user interfaces.

Link of the week: wiby.me

Wiby is a search engine which is building a web of pages as it was in the earlier days of the internet.

botsin.space

A Mastodon instance for bots and bot allies.