Late Night Linux – Episode 269


An open source Spotify clone that’s almost there, simulating the control of a nuclear reactor, a network analysis tool that combines the functionality of traceroute and ping, a static site generator for people migrating away from Bandcamp, hello world in every possible language, a synthesizer for making music by drawing objects on an oscilloscope, why we are pretty down on macOS, and more.





Nuclear Reactor Simulator



Joe’s music

hello world






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