Posts tagged as: My Non-Fiction

My Non-Fiction

Posted by: Jeremy Reimer on Sat Nov 27 13:42:26 2010.

This page contains links to all my longer non-fiction articles. Most of these were originally published on Ars Technica.

Amiga articles



A History of the Amiga, part 9 - The Video Toaster - March 2016

A History of the Amiga, part 8 - The demo scene - April 2013

A History of the Amiga - Shadow of the 16-bit gaming beast - June 2010

It’s Alive! Ars reviews AmigaOS 4.1 - September 2008

A History of the Amiga, part 7 - Game On! - May 2008

A history of the Amiga, part 6: stopping the bleeding - February 2008

A history of the Amiga, part 5: postlaunch blues - December 2007

A history of the Amiga, part 4: Enter Commodore - October 2007

A history of the Amiga, part 3: The first prototype - August 2007

A history of the Amiga, part 2: The birth of Amiga - August 2007

A history of the Amiga, part 1: Genesis - July 2007

Operating Systems



Half an operating system: the triumph and tragedy of OS/2 - November 2013


1998’s most intriguing OS, 15 years later: Hands-on with Haiku alpha 4
- January 2013

It’s Alive! Ars reviews AmigaOS 4.1 - September 2008

AmigaOS 4 review - January 2007

ZETA OS 1.0 review - August 2005


The Micro-AmigaOne and OS4 Update 1
- January 2005

Computer Software



Between black and white: the state of grayware on the PC - April 2008

From BFS to ZFS: past, present, and future of file systems - March 2008

A History of the GUI - May 2005

Computer Hardware



From Altair to iPad: 35 years of personal computer market share - August 2012

Total Share: 30 years of personal computer market share figures - December 2005

Gaming



"For the swarm!" Inside the world of professional StarCraft players - August 2011

The Dawn of Starcraft: e-Sports comes to the world stage - March 2011

Valve goes multicore - November 2006

Cross-platform gaming and the next generation of gaming consoles - November 2005

The evolution of gaming: computers, consoles, and arcade - October 2005

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About me

I'm a writer and a web developer. You may have read my articles at Ars Technica, where I write about the Amiga computer, video games such Starcraft, and the history of personal computing.

I write science fiction novels and short stories. You can read more about them here.

I'm also the creator of the rapid application development framework newLISP on Rockets, which powers this blog and a number of other sites.

I do a podcast with my friend Terry Palfrey called Knotty Geeks, where we focus on the 'big picture' impact of technology on our lives, with the two core themes being acceleration and convergence.

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