Issue #345 // March 31, 2017

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Deep Photo Style Transfer //github comments

SES-10 Mission //spacex comments

The House just voted to wipe out the FCC’s landmark Internet privacy protections //washingtonpost comments

Flex //ycr comments

How much your computer can do in a second //github comments

Sellers printing counterfeit books and selling under Amazon's brand //twitter comments

How to write Common Lisp in 2017 – an initiation manual //articulate-lisp comments

3.5 Years, 500k Lines of Go //npf comments

Software Engineer Starts Unlikely Business: A Weekly Newspaper //nytimes comments

Why I Stopped Using Multiple Monitors //medium comments


Has attracting a blog audience become harder? //ycombinator

How do you make money from your side projects? //ycombinator


Loopy: a tool for thinking in systems //ncase comments

LocalStack – A fully functional local AWS cloud stack //github comments

iPad 9.7‑inch //apple comments

AsciiMath – An easy-to-write markup language for mathematics //asciimath comments

A Vim distribution inspired by Spacemacs //liuchengxu comments

Ctxt.io – share context of whatever you see with others in seconds //ctxt comments

SpreadsheetDB – A database that you can query with spreadsheets //spreadsheetdb comments

Caster – Screencasts Manager in Elixir, Phoenix and Vue //github comments


Next.js 2.0 //zeit comments

Kite, copilot for programmers, available for Python //kite comments

Python for Android //github comments

How I Start: Go (2014) //howistart comments

From Ruby to Crystal: A Quick Look //atomicobject comments


The AI Misinformation Epidemic //approximatelycorrect comments

Lisp Quickstart //gmu comments

An Introduction to Stock Market Data Analysis with R – Part 1 //ntguardian comments

How to Extract Data from Wikipedia and Wikidata //linktosheets comments


Golden powers are nearly integers //johndcook comments

Graph Data Structure Interview Questions //techiedelight comments

Norden bombsight //wikipedia comments


Ask HN: Which non-technology book has influenced you the most and why? //ycombinator

Pythagorean Theorem proof in a 2100 year old Chinese book //fermatslibrary comments

Beej's Guide to Network Programming //beej comments

Listen to rare recordings of J.R.R. Tolkien reading ‘The Lord of the Rings’ //aleteia comments

Built-In Vim Autocomplete //github comments


HyperNormalisation //thoughtmaybe comments


How Subtle Class Cues Can Backfire on a Resume //hbr comments

Employee burnout is becoming a huge problem in the American workforce //qz comments

Ask a Female Engineer: How Can Managers Help Retain Technical Women? //ycombinator comments


The Big Dig: Istanbul’s city planners have a problem: too much history //newyorker comments

Survival of the Friendliest //nautil comments


VS Code uses 13% CPU when idle due to blinking cursor rendering //github comments

Thanks for Submitting Your Résumé to This Black Hole //nytimes comments

StarCraft Remastered //starcraft comments

10,000 Games projects have been successfully funded on Kickstarter //kickstarter comments

LackRack //eth0 comments

Cross-Platform Apple IIe Emulator Written in Go //octalyzer comments


US Senate votes to undo FCC internet privacy rules //washingtonpost comments

H&R Block and Intuit Are Lobbying Against Making Tax Filling Free and Easy //propublica comments

LA Times and ads //nelsonslog comments

Night Shift compared to f.lux //justgetflux comments

Screeps – An MMO strategy sandbox game for programmers //screeps comments

Gcam, the computational photography project that powers the Google Pixel camera //x comments

How to explain to a layperson why a developer should not be interrupted? (2011) //stackexchange comments

Programming won’t be automated, or it already has been //mortoray comments

Medium releases Memberships //medium comments

CodePen Projects //codepen comments

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