About the blog
I post notes, projects, code, works-in-progress, readings, resources, experiences, and ideas about my main interests: astronomy and space, Google products and technologies, Lisp, and Python. But also retrocomputing, software development, computing, books, digital and self-publishing, and blogging.
The blog is more of a lab journal than a personal diary.
No stock photos, SEO, marketing, clickbait, ads, or calls to action. I Just enjoy sharing my geeky interests.
Hobby programming and computing projects I frequently write about:
- Suite8080: a suite of Intel 8080 Assembly cross-development tools I'm writing in Python
- Medley Interlisp: exploring and developing Lisp software with the historical Medley Interlisp system
- Z80-MBC2: experimenting with a homebrew Z80 computer
- V20-MBC: experimenting with a homebrew Nec V20 computer
Topics I regularly blog about (append
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About Paolo Amoroso
I live in Milan, Italy, where I work in astronomy and space outreach and education.
I've always been interested in the universe and space exploration, and widened my interests to science, technology, computing, and Google — I'm a member of the Google Product Experts program. As a hobby programmer I focus on Lisp.