Issue #365 // August 18, 2017

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Ad blocking is under attack //adguard comments

I Fell Victim to a $1,500 Used Camera Lens Scam on Amazon //petapixel comments

Show HN: A stop-motion video of an engine //howacarworks comments

An Intro to Compilers //nicoleorchard comments

Annual note to self: most of the world exists outside the tech bubble //steveblank comments

I Bought a Book About the Internet from 1994 and None of the Links Worked //vice comments

Side Project Marketing Checklist //sideprojectchecklist comments

HyperCard On The Archive //archive comments

Assume positive intent //rickmanelius comments

Britain's Forgotten Bike Highways //citylab comments


Is Georgia Tech's Online Master in CS Worth It? //ycombinator

What mistakes in your experience does management keep making? //ycombinator

Which companies give programmers offices? //ycombinator

Have you successfully moved away from Google search? //ycombinator


Essential Phone, available now //essential comments

Extension-blocking domains removed by threat from other blacklists //github comments

Time.gif //hookrace comments

Lambda School – CS education that's free until you get a job //ycombinator

Puppeteer: Headless Chrome Node API //github comments

How to program an NES game in C //nesdoug comments

Mathcha – Online Mathematics Editor //mathcha comments

Wekan: An open-source Trello-like kanban //github comments

Play rock-paper-scissors against your computer via webcam, neural nets //tenso comments

Build your own Linux //buildyourownlinux comments


APIs as infrastructure: future-proofing Stripe with versioning //stripe comments

How Postgres Makes Transactions Atomic //brandur comments

Afraid of Makefiles? Don't be //matthias-endler comments

A Review of Perl 6 //evanmiller comments


DeepMind and Blizzard Open StarCraft II as an AI Research Environment //deepmind comments

Ask HN: What free resources did you use to learn how to program ML/AI? //ycombinator

Effective Tensorflow //github comments

Deeplearning.ai: Announcing New Deep Learning Courses on Coursera //medium comments

How I Used Deep Learning to Train a Chatbot to Talk Like Me //github comments


A 2:15 Alarm, 2 Trains and a Bus Get Her to Work by 7 A.M //nytimes comments

Hard Lessons in Living Off the Grid //longreads comments


SVG can do that? //slides comments

Bootstrap 4 Beta //getbootstrap comments


Four Earth-sized planets detected orbiting the nearest sun-like star //ucsc comments

The Kolmogorov option //scottaaronson comments

Crown shyness //wikipedia comments

Papers I like //fgiesen comments

Why Germans pay cash for almost everything //qz comments

Metallic Glass Gears for NASA Robots //tribonet comments


Free Classic Books by MIT Press on Archive.org //openculture comments

Galaxy Magazine: Free Texts //archive comments

Worldbuilding //projectrho comments


Japan’s ’golden coder’ making games apps aged 82 //bbc comments

Python Multithreading for Beginners //youtube comments

A trick to visualizing higher dimensions //youtube comments


A note on programmer salaries //stephaniehurlburt comments

How to Pick Your Next Gig: Evaluating Startups //samvitjain comments


The Sims Game Design Documents //donhopkins comments

BYTE Magazine's Lisp issue (1979) [pdf] //archive comments

Dwarf Fortress starting during apt-get upgrade //askubuntu comments

Gorillaz – Andromeda Music Video in WebGL //yagiz comments


Why We Terminated Daily Stormer //cloudflare comments

U.S. judge says LinkedIn cannot block startup from public profile data //reuters comments

I’m 35 and I may suddenly have lost the rest of my life //medium comments

Americans Are Dying Younger, Saving Corporations Billions //bloomberg comments

Google is paying Apple billions per year to remain on the iPhone //cnbc comments

Snap Misses User-Growth Estimate as Facebook Copying Takes Toll //bloomberg comments

Hacker News: How's that work? //micheleincalifornia comments

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