Issue #360 // July 14, 2017

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Taking control of all .io domains with a targeted registration //thehackerblog comments

Battle for the Internet //battleforthenet comments

24-core CPU and I can’t move my mouse //randomascii comments

The Facebook Algorithm Mom Problem //boffosocko comments

Reverse-engineering the Starbucks ordering API //tendigi comments

I make $10,000 per month with the Amazon Affiliate Program–AMA //reddit comments

Why I deleted my Facebook account //blakewatson comments

Ask a Repair Shop //yurchuk comments

URLs are UI //hanselman comments

Enough //signalvnoise comments


What's a side project you built to make money that hasn't? //ycombinator

Which sites you visit on a regular basis for knowledge and inspiration? //ycombinator


Seashells – Pipe output from CLI apps to the web in real time //seashells comments

Pell – A simple and small rich-text editor for the web //github comments

Colorls – A Ruby script that beautifies the terminal's ls command //github comments

Console based email client with Lua scripting //lumail comments

Convert CSV files to searchable and sortable HTML table //github comments

Read webpages in readability mode, inside your terminal //github comments

Shiki – Access Wikipedia in your terminal //github comments

Mazing.cc maze generator //mazing comments


Toward Go 2 //golang comments

CSS and JS code coverage in Chrome DevTools //google comments

OpenBSD Will Get Unique Kernels on Each Reboot //bleepingcomputer comments

p5.js – A library to make coding accessible for artists, educators //p5js comments

API Security Checklist for developers //github comments

100 days of algorithms //github comments

A set of best practices for JavaScript projects //github comments


A collection of system and BIOS fonts from DOS-era PCs //int10h comments

60 FPS Animations with CSS3 //medium comments

Dos and don'ts on designing for accessibility //blog comments


The farthest star //syfy comments

The Lost Art of Manually Calculating Square Roots //medium comments

Sea Peoples //wikipedia comments

Counterintuitive problem: People in a room keep giving dollars to random others //decisionsciencenews comments


Learn Python 3 the Hard Way //learncodethehardway comments

Microsoft eBook Giveaway //microsoft comments

Bored of the Rings //wikipedia comments


Good at programming competitions does not equal good on the job //catonmat comments

Beipanjiang Bridge, 565m above China’s south-west mountains //bbc comments

Abandoned Soviet Space Shuttles //youtube comments

Telescope Building with John Dobson //youtube comments

Google's DeepMind AI just taught itself to walk //youtube comments

The Mechanical Universe: Caltech's Original 1985 Physics MOOC //caltech comments


Ask HN: How to prepare for an Engineering Manager interview? //ycombinator

Ask HN: What about a platform for hiring teams instead of individuals? //ycombinator

The Pop-Up Employer: Build a Team, Do the Job, Say Goodbye //nytimes comments


Minimal PDF //brendanzagaeski comments

Unix Time 1500M – Friday July 14 02:40UTC //epochconverter comments

Globe visualizations in Golang //github comments

A search engine powered by Jimmy //jimmified comments


Bitcoin – Potential Network Disruption on July 31st //bitcoin comments

Tesla Model 3 Hits Production //nytimes comments

The $100B per year back pain industry is mostly a hoax //qz comments

EU Parliament calls for longer lifetime for products //eubusiness comments

NASA admits it doesn’t have the funding to land humans on Mars //arstechnica comments

Tiny Apps //tinyapps comments

iPhone Bugs Are Too Valuable to Report to Apple //vice comments

U.S. health care's widespread overbilling problem //axios comments

Steve Jobs and the Missing “Intel Inside” Sticker //kensegall comments

Podcasts to make you smarter //bbc comments

How the Clipboard Works, Part 1 //microsoft comments

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