Issue #321 // October 07, 2016

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Yahoo scanned customer emails for US intelligence //trust comments

Why's that company so big? I could do that in a weekend //danluu comments

Amazon flipped a default and made me thousands of dollars //expatsoftware comments

Deep-Fried Data //idlewords comments

Sam Altman’s Manifest Destiny //newyorker comments

MailChimp’s founders built the company slowly by anticipating customers’ needs //nytimes comments

Amazon bans incentivized reviews tied to free or discounted products //techcrunch comments

Vim Anti-Patterns //sanctum comments

How being alone may be the key to rest //bbc comments

How many lines of code is Candy Japan? //candyjapan comments

Best practice examples of data journalism and visualization projects //github comments


What's your favorite tech talk? //ycombinator

How do you get people to use your product when you suck at networking? //ycombinator


Wave function collapse algorithm //github comments

Google Noto Fonts //google comments

Ascii to SVG //github comments

A new decentralized microblogging platform //github comments

Patat – Terminal-based presentations using Pandoc //github comments

Dead Man's Switch //deadmansswitch comments

Forgiva – Never saves your passwords but regenerates them //forgiva comments

Lightweight time-management CLI tool //github comments


Gitless: a version control system //gitless comments

Gorram: go run for any go function //github comments

Debugging PostgreSQL performance the hard way //justwatch comments

Lesser known Git commands //hackernoon comments

Vue 2.0 is here //medium comments

Automatically grading multiple choice exams from photos using Python and OpenCV //pyimagesearch comments

Understanding /proc //github comments

Audio Fingerprinting with Python and Numpy (2013) //willdrevo comments

The Berkeley Document Summarizer: Learning-Based, Single-Document Summarization //github comments

Gosl – Go scientific library //github comments

Art of README //github comments


Udacity open-sources additional driving data //techcrunch comments

Machine Learning 101: An Intro to Utilizing Decision Trees //talend comments

Introducing the Open Images Dataset //googleblog comments

An Introduction to Machine Learning in Julia //juliacomputing comments


Our Part of the Milky Way Is Bigger Than Previously Thought //nationalgeographic comments

Pieter Hintjens //wikipedia comments

Timekeeping on Mars //wikipedia comments


The Art of Making a Nixie Tube //youtube comments

The Future of Data Analysis //msdn comments

Using R to detect fraud at 1M transactions per second //revolutionanalytics comments


Ask HN: Who is hiring? //ycombinator

Never accept a counter-offer //github comments

Google Interview University – Plan for studying to become a Google engineer //github comments

Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? //ycombinator

Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? //ycombinator


Paper Planes //paperplanes comments

How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016 //hackernoon comments

GitHub Audio //github comments

Computing primes with CSS //nedbatchelder comments

Dihydrogen monoxide hoax //wikipedia comments


Apple Has Removed Dash from the App Store //kapeli comments

The terrorist inside my husband's brain //neurology comments

Dropbox Hasn't Learned Their Lesson //sethvargo comments

PostgreSQL 9.6 Released //postgresql comments

90 Cents of Every 'Pay-For-Performance' Dollar for CEOs Are Paid for Luck //harvard comments

On Phone Numbers and Identity //medium comments

How to Build Muscle //julian comments

Jack Dorsey Is Losing Control of Twitter //bloomberg comments

WalmartLabs open sources the application platform that powers Walmart.com //techcrunch comments

Switzerland is the world’s most competitive economy //swissinfo comments

A kidney donor at 18 now regrets it //washingtonpost comments

The Economics of Dining as a Couple //bloomberg comments

Data denormalization is broken //hackernoon comments

Penn Station Reborn //nytimes comments

The Alexa Prize //amazon comments

The Prostate Cancer Test That Saved My Life //medium comments

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