Issue #352 // May 19, 2017

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AI Playbook //a16z comments

My Family’s Slave //theatlantic comments

Lyft and Waymo Reach Deal to Collaborate on Self-Driving Cars //nytimes comments

Maru OS – A complete desktop experience on a smartphone //maruos comments

The Boring Company FAQ //boringcompany comments

Google.ai //google comments

Web Developer Security Checklist //sensedeep comments

How Craigslist Makes Money //forbes comments

Why We Are Self-Publishing the Aviary Cookbook //medium comments

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to D3.js //medium comments


How can a front-end developer dive into machine learning? //ycombinator

For those programming 10+ years, what do you wish you knew 4 years in? //ycombinator

How much time per week do you spend on side projects? //ycombinator


Not Hotdog App //apple comments

Transform Data by Example //microsoft comments

FSQL – Search through your file system with SQL-esque queries //github comments

Osquery //osquery comments

Howmanypeoplearearound – Use wifi to calculate number of people around //github comments

SQueaLy – Fast track analytics for business //github comments

Gitorials – Tutorials as Git Repos //gitorials comments

Verb Master – A site for practising Spanish verbs //github comments


JSON Feed //jsonfeed comments

Git and GitHub Integration Comes to Atom //atom comments

Git 2.13 //github comments

Turning Sublime Text into a Lightweight Python IDE //github comments

Visual Studio 2017 now fully supports Python and Django //visualstudio comments


Machine Learning //xkcd comments

Data Science Workflow: Overview and Challenges //acm comments

Understanding deep learning requires re-thinking generalization //acolyer comments

The World’s Largest Street-Level Imagery Dataset for Teaching Machines to See //mapillary comments


A Look Inside Apple’s New Campus //wired comments

Redesigning Apple Music after Being Rejected //medium comments

Redesigning Android Emoji – Google Design //medium comments


Linear Algebra Done Right Video Series //youtube comments

Approximating sin(x) to 5 ULP with Chebyshev polynomials //mooooo comments

Where have all the insects gone? //sciencemag comments


Why do many math books have so much detail and so little enlightenment? //mathoverflow comments

Top 20 Most Sold and Most Read Books of the Week //amazon comments


Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier – BWV 731 //allofbach comments

How a Blind Developer uses Visual Studio //youtube comments

600 Watt, 3d-printed, Halbach Array, Brushless DC Electric Motor //youtube comments

Startup School 13: How to Find Product Market Fit – Peter Reinhardt //startupschool comments

Tour of MIT's Robotics Lab //youtube comments

Makani’s first commercial-scale energy kite //youtube comments


Noncompete Clauses: Signing Away the Right to Get a New Job //nytimes comments

What if jobs are not the solution but the problem? //aeon comments

Working at Netflix 2017 //brendangregg comments


Rejection Letter //antipope comments

Computer Games That Teach Assembly Language //ieee comments

William Gibson’s Never-Filmed Aliens Sequel //vulture comments

Author illustrates book using MS Paint after spending 10 years mastering it //boredpanda comments

Anchor Physics Simulator in JavaScript //github comments


Let them paste passwords //ncsc comments

The Dark Side of Doctoring //ericlevi comments

Google I/O 2017 //google comments

Silicon Valley: A Reality Check //slatestarcodex comments

US Household Debt Surpasses 2008 High //nytimes comments

The iPad Mystery //mondaynote comments

Turning Plastic to Oil, U.K. Startup Sees Money in Saving Oceans //bloomberg comments

Happy nations don't focus on growth //bloomberg comments

PlanGrid's Playbook for Startups to Crack Big, Established Industries //firstround comments

Sam Altman Considering Run for CA Governor //sfchronicle comments

Ubuntu 17.04 review //arstechnica comments

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