Controlling your house’s thermostat with your phone may seem cutting edge, but in the 1980s, you could program a Commodore Amiga to do the exact same thing. Thirty years later, one such archaic system, at least, is still hard at work.
Don't kids say the darndest things? Especially when they're speaking adorable French-Canadian. My favorite moment is when a kid is presented with a floppy disk and says "this goes into an iPod," but if I'm honest I love them all.
You probably assume that most major magazine covers are designed on top-of-the-line systems with the most advanced software available. Most of the time, you'd be right. But this week's New Yorker cover was created by Bob Staake on some pretty ancient technology: Mac OS 7 and Photoshop 3.0. Mac OS 7 was released in…