Welcome to the sixtieth (excuse me?) issue of De Programmatica Ipsum, closing its fifth year (the what?), and dedicated to bringing you Perspectives.
In this edition:
- We ask software workers worldwide to seize their power and make a better world with it.
- In the Library section, we review “The Computer” by Jens Müller and Julius Wiedemann.
- In the Vidéothèque section, we watch a 1959 interview with Bertrand Russell.
We would also like to thank our patrons who generously contribute every month (or have contributed in the past) to our work and help us run this magazine. Thank you so much! In alphabetical order: Adam Guest, Adrian Tineo Cabello, Benjamin Sheldon, Christopher Nascone, Franz Lucien Moersdorf, Guillermo Ramos Álvarez, Jean-Paul de Vooght, Patryk Matuszewski, Paul Hudson, Quico Moya, Roger Turner, and Szymon Licau.