Issue #362 // July 28, 2017

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“We will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020” //adobe comments

How a VC-funded company is undermining the open-source community //theoutline comments

The “Million Dollar Homepage” as a Decaying Digital Artifact //harvard comments

MS Paint is here to stay //windows comments

Social Media Is the New Smoking //theroamingmind comments

Passwords Evolved: Authentication Guidance for the Modern Era //troyhunt comments

Pass: A standard Unix password manager //passwordstore comments

Ten Years of Worthless Side Projects //medium comments

How do I know if I'm good at programming? //danielslater comments

Optimizing our website at the millisecond level //algolia comments

16-Bit VM in JavaScript //francisstokes comments


What programming blogs do you follow? //ycombinator

HNers who got their “Show HNs” on homepage, how is your site doing now? //ycombinator

How is your standing desk working for you? //ycombinator


Pev: Postgres ‘Explain’ Visualizer //tatiyants comments

$200 Solar Self-Sufficiency  Without Your Landlord Noticing //medium comments

Musikcube, a terminal-based music player, library, and streaming server //musikcube comments

I built a database of tech conferences to know what to attend to next //conferencelist comments

Teachcraft – Learn Python through Minecraft //teachcraft comments


Why I’m Learning Perl 6 //evanmiller comments

Chromeless – Headless Chrome Automation on AWS Lambda //github comments

A list of public JSON APIs for use in web development //github comments

Mesh IDE – a code editor that feels like a spreadsheet //github comments

Building a tiny blockchain //medium comments

Ink: React for interactive command-line apps //github comments

Cosette: An Automated SQL Solver //washington comments


The future of deep learning //keras comments

Deep Learning for NLP Best Practices //ruder comments

End-to-end deep learning experimentation platform for Tensorflow //github comments

Lessons Learned from Benchmarking Fast Machine Learning Algorithms //microsoft comments


Here be dragons: the same 3D scene implemented with 10 different 3D APIs //github comments

Monospaced Programming Fonts with Ligatures //hanselman comments

How the Web Became Unreadable //wired comments

Shoelace.css – a CSS starter kit //abeautifulsite comments


Computational Linear Algebra //fast comments

Longest Lines of Sight on Earth //beyondhorizons comments

A Practical Guide to Tree-Based Learning Algorithms //github comments

Yellowstone Bears Eat 40K Moths a Day in August //yellowstonepark comments

Petoskey stone //wikipedia comments


Ask HN: What books had the greatest effect on how you structure your code? //ycombinator

Psychology of Intelligence Analysis //cia comments

Generating Art with Code: A Handbook to “Little Planet Procedural” //alanluo comments


Ask HN: How do you find clients when you have no network and can only do remote? //ycombinator

The quitting economy //aeon comments


Fear is America’s top-selling consumer product //laphamsquarterly comments

Claude Shannon: How a Genius Thinks, Works, and Lives //medium comments

How Checkers Was Solved //theatlantic comments


Eye in the Sky //1843magazine comments

Explore ISS in Google Street View //blog comments

Five.js gives you five //js comments


The New Firefox and Ridiculous Numbers of Tabs //metafluff comments

Verizon Throttles Netflix Subscribers in Test It Doesn't Inform Customers About //techdirt comments

Jeff Bezos Surpasses Bill Gates as World's Richest Person //bloomberg comments

Apple’s refusal to support Progressive Web Apps is a detriment to the web //medium comments

Facebook Profit Jumps 71% Year-over-Year //wsj comments

110 N.F.L. Brains //nytimes comments

Y Combinator raising $1B for new fund //axios comments

Slack Is Raising $250M from SoftBank, Others //bloomberg comments

Foxconn to Build $10B Factory in U.S //wsj comments

Desktop Metal gets $115M in funding to deliver metal 3D printing //techcrunch comments

China Is Engineering Genius Babies (2013) //vice comments

Bill Gates' bread lab visit //gatesnotes comments

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