Here is a list of potentially related articles I wrote:

Turns out I can make an entirely static site that is still slow. (#32)
Why TUI apps are popular and nice, despite their many disadvantages (#31)
Let's memory-map an entire file system. (#30)
TempleOS, and how it kinda comes close to Lisp Machines in terms of flexibility. (#29)
SRV records, and how, yet again, everything is worse than it could have been. (#28)
UNIX, long-running processes and message pumps. (#27)
Code is Literal Magic, as in: it's a collection of soulprints of programmers. (#26)
Elon on engineering: his 5-step process, with some quotes. (#25)
Emacs as a mobile OS (#24)
On Discord and Openness (#23)
Vertical tabs: they're nicer than the standard ones (#22)
Designing stuff that works: why simplicity is nice (#21)
SSL and socat: a slightly broken SSH clone (#20)
Was the Windows Registry a bad idea? (#19)
UNIX the Language. (#18)
How init systems should be simpler to use. (#17)
SSH with Kerberos, part 2 (the debugging part). (#16)
Harry Potter is an API. (#15)
How to set up SSH with Kerberos. (#14)
IP addresses, IP mobility and sockets. (#13)
GRUB and where it finds things. (#12)
Why forwarding pipes over file systems should be a thing. (#11)
Capitalism and how it's about niceness differentials, not making the world better. (#10)
Adding a sidebar statically that auto-updates... kinda. (#9)
Self-signed certs: three one-liners (#8)
On how the Unix Philosophy is not a reason but a consequence (#7)
Binary formats are not as evil as they sound like (#6)
Weird ways of installing an OS (including one where you don't even switch on the computer) (#5)
Named pipes on Windows: are they weirder than Unix domain sockets? (#4)
Writing "shell" scripts in Common Lisp might be a good idea (#3)
Free Software in practice: will you actually sit down and modify things? (#2)
What if files were like sockets: a speculative dystopia (#1)