Issue #253 // May 22, 2015

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Get Your Sh!t Together //getyourshittogether comments

JavaScript at 20 //github comments

How I do my computing //stallman comments

Top data mining algorithms in plain English //rayli comments

Elliptic Curve Cryptography: a gentle introduction //corbellini comments

Start doing more things alone //washingtonpost comments

Building the Mad Max machines //autoweek comments

How Eddie Van Halen Hacks a Guitar //popularmechanics comments

Blog Post Driven Development //estimote comments

How 500px serves up 500TB of high res photos //stackshare comments


Improve your touch typing //keybr comments

RegExr: A website for interactive regex prototyping with syntax highlighting //regexr comments

8^8 – Find another you //8x8x8x8x8x8x8x8 comments

JavaScript Graphing Library Comparison //jsgraphs comments

InboxSDK by Streak – Build Apps inside Gmail //inboxsdk comments

OldNYC: Mapping historical photos from the NYPL //oldnyc comments


Announcing Rust 1.0 //rust-lang comments

Kore: a fast web server for writing web apps in C //kore comments

Hydrogen Brings Light Table to Atom //atom comments

Snake: Full Python Scripting in Vim //github comments


Silon – Adders and Logic Gates in Pure CSS //slaks comments

“Cameras Were Invented for Inarticulate Photographers Like Me” //medium comments


The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Recurrent Neural Networks //github comments

Norwegian butter crisis (2011) //wikipedia comments

Why squared error? //benkuhn comments


Structure and Interpretation of Classical Mechanics //mit comments

Facebook's Little Red Book //officeofbenbarry comments


Time-Lapse Mining from Internet Photos //washington comments

Roman Mars Explains the Genius of the Chicago Flag //chicagomag comments

Jeri Ellsworth, self-taught engineer, talks about her career //youtube comments


I quit working full-time years ago–here’s why I recommend it highly //qz comments

The Rise of Men Who Don’t Work, and What They Do Instead //nytimes comments


Why do buses bunch? //setosa comments

I Want Your AOL CDs //textfiles comments

On the Taxonomy of Spaceships //criticalshit comments

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