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Gnu's Not Unix by Richard M. Stallman
The GNU Project was launched in 1984 to develop a complete Unix-like operating system which is free software: the GNU system. (GNU is a recursive acronym for ``GNU's Not Unix''; it is pronounced "guh-NEW".) Variants of the GNU operating system, which use the kernel Linux, are now widely used; though these systems are often referred to as ``Linux'', they are more accurately called GNU/Linux [...]
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hello world by unknown
Everyone has seen the Hello World program used as a first exposure to a new language or environment. Thats a piece of software which is propably plagiated by hundrets of book authors and thousands of teachers. It gets allways new interpreted. The first documented version of this software was in "The C Progamming Language" (1978), by Kernighan & Ritchie.
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M.A.M.E. - Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator by The MAME Team
On December 24th, 1996, Nicola Salmoria began working on his single hardware emulators (for example Multi-Pac), which he merged into one program during January 1997. He named the accomplishment by the name of Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, or MAME for short (pronounced as the word 'maim' in English, other languages may differ). The first official release was MAME 0.1, [...]
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Symphony for dot matrix printers by [The User] Thaddeus Thomas
The Symphony for dot matrix printers is a work which transforms obsolete office technology into an instrument for musical performance. The Symphony focuses the listener's attention on a nearly forgotten technology: the dot-matrix printer. Specifically, it employs the noises the printers make as the sole sound source for a musical composition. [...]
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