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GRC | Assembly Language Windows Applications  
The file is 20k . . . Sorry it's so big, but I included all of the source code and header files, as well as a copy of the finished SIB.EXE so you could see the result even if you didn't have the other required assembly tools!

SIB.ZIP (20k) -- This zip file contains all of the files necessary to assemble a state of the art 32-bit Windows Application ... written in nothing but assembly language (it also contains the executable SIB.EXE app so that you can see what it looks like and browse the files even if you don't own a copy of Microsoft's Macro Assembler, MASM, or Linker). The App includes a toolbar with standard icons, tool tips, a status bar and common dialogs. And ... of course ... full source code for the entire project.


Assembly Language Resources on the Web . . .

Even though Assembly Language programming seems to be a lost and dying art, the Web is chock full of interesting and useful resources. Here are some of the better goodies I've uncovered in my travels:
assembly  programming  code  software  windows 
december 2014 by driscoll
GRC |  ChromaZone (tm) - 3D Interactive, Virtual Reality, Realtime Screen Saver Construction Set for Windows 3.1 and Windows95.   
"I just got ChromaZone yesterday and I must say, BRAVO!! It is an excellent program and I can see myself getting wrapped up in it already. I am glad the American programmer is not dead! Thank you for the program! The online help is great. The graphics are teriffic (how did you do it with just 256 colors?). The best is that the icon is a scream!!!"
programming  code  software  assembly  asm  windows  screensaver 
december 2014 by driscoll
Peter Tattam created Trumpet Winsock and got very little: Let's set things right | Hacker News
In the comment below, nailer mentioned that the creator of Trumpet Winsock saw very little money from one of the most widely-used pieces of shareware then in existence. Magazines and ISPs distributed the full version of his software but very few paid for it[2].
winsock  windows  tcpip  internet  history  bbs  retrocomputing  personal  computing  microsoft  trumpet 
may 2014 by driscoll
CanvasPaint
Power has corrupted us. RT @desconcentrado: faithful port of mspaint in javascript using the html5 canvas
mspaint  paint  pixel  art  emulation  port  html5  javascript  netart  windows  microsoft 
october 2013 by driscoll
philosecurity » Blog Archive » Interview with an Adware Author
M: Most things don’t have to be perfect. In particular, things involving human interactions don’t have to be perfect, because groups of humans have all these self-regulations built in. If you and I have an agreement and you screwed me over badly, you’ve always got in the back of your mind the nagging worry that I’m going to show up on your doorstep with a club and kill you. Because of that, people don’t tend to screw each other too much, right? At least, they try not to. One danger, perhaps, of moving towards an algorithmically driven society is that the algorithms aren’t scared of us showing up and beating them up. The algorithms will do whatever it is that they are designed to do. But mostly I’m not too worried about that.
privacy  security  windows  software  programming  advertising  code 
march 2012 by driscoll
http://membres.lycos.fr/cyxdown/reminiscence/
What's required to play the game ? You need the original DOS version datafiles and, optionally, the amiga music files. Is the game completable ? It should be. What are the differences between this and the original engine ? You can save/load the game state
reminiscence  flashback  abandonware  emulation  opensource  software  game  gaming  development  linux  mac  windows  programming  code  coding 
april 2006 by driscoll
Susan Kare User Interface Graphics Portfolio
designer behind icons for early mac, win3.0, and os/2 warp!!
design  icon  graphics  icons  graphic  interface  ui  mac  windows  os2  pixel  pixelated 
february 2006 by driscoll

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