Randomly browsing the net I've found a very nicely written article, deceptively titled The dumbing-down of programming , which I just had to blog about. It tells about the onion structure in computers, layers upon layers of stuff you didn't even think it's there and that you never use. It's about archeology in your own computer. Cute.
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