Issue #366 // August 25, 2017

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Explaining React's license //facebook comments

Android Oreo //android comments

Vue.js vs. React //vuejs comments

Inside a fast CSS engine //mozilla comments

Ideal OS: Rebooting the Desktop Operating System //joshondesign comments

Disconnect. Offline only //bolin comments

Elixir in Depth – Reading and personal notes //digitalfreepen comments

I spent my career in tech, but wasn’t prepared for its effect on my kids //washingtonpost comments

The Web in 2050 //jacquesmattheij comments

Is the open office layout dead? //dropbox comments

What it feels like to be in the zone as a programmer //github comments

John Scalzi: Being Poor //scalzi comments

All 50 startups from Y Combinator’s Summer 2017 Demo Day 1 //techcrunch comments


What is your favorite CS paper? //ycombinator

What's your spectacular burnout story? //ycombinator


Firefox Focus – A new private browser for iOS and Android //mozilla comments

The best time to visit any city //ycombinator comments

HackerNews Grid //hackernewsgrid comments

Laverna – A Markdown note-taking app focused on privacy //laverna comments

Product Graveyard – Commemorating the most memorable dead products //productgraveyard comments

Cuberite – A lightweight, fast and extensible game server for Minecraft //cuberite comments

Awesome Linux Software //github comments

All available Emoji domains in one place //xn--f28h comments

Oni: An IDE powered by Neovim //github comments

SQLCheck – Automatically identify anti-patterns in SQL queries //github comments


How JavaScript works: inside the V8 engine //sessionstack comments

Weird Python Integers //kate comments

Marko – An isomorphic UI framework similar to Vue //markojs comments

PyGraphistry – A library to extract, transform, and visually explore big graphs //github comments

Python Practices for Efficient Code: Performance, Memory, and Usability //codementor comments


More on Dota 2 //openai comments

Amazon data science interview questions //herokuapp comments

Teaching an AI to play a simple game using Q-learning //practicalai comments


Feather: Open-source icons //feathericons comments

The Interface font family //rsms comments

Desktop Kit //facebook comments

The Joy of Aluminum Foil Lithography //sparkboxstudio comments


A ship that flips 90 degrees for scientific measurements //atlasobscura comments

How to become a Bayesian in eight easy steps //osf comments

Dilution of whisky – the molecular perspective //nature comments

Slave Revolt in Jamaica, 1760-1761: A Cartographic Narrative //axismaps comments

United States Camel Corps //wikipedia comments


How did “Handbook for Mortals” get on the NYT bestseller list? //pajiba comments

The Book He Wasn't Supposed to Write //theatlantic comments

Angrave's crowd-sourced System Programming wiki-book //github comments


Clojure Concurrency //youtube comments

PDP-11 Instructional Tape //youtube comments


Workplace flexibility is the way to win the war for talent //venturebeat comments

People Start Hating Their Jobs at Age 35 //bloomberg comments


That Alien Message //lesswrong comments

The Art of Teaching Math and Science //quantamagazine comments


IOCCC Flight Simulator //aerojockey comments

Inception movie explained programmatically with C and assembly //github comments

The Enduring Legacy of Zork //technologyreview comments

Life Aboard the Longest Train Ride Through India //nationalgeographic comments

Building a Wooden Word Watch for My Roommates //imgur comments

Student mistook examples of unsolved math problems for homework, solves them //snopes comments


ThoughtWorks has been sold to private equity //martinfowler comments

Amazon cuts Whole Foods prices //washingtonpost comments

The Token Effect //ycombinator comments

The Incredible Shrinking Airline Seat //bloomberg comments

Alaska’s thawing soils are now pouring carbon dioxide into the air //washingtonpost comments

New and improved bike routing, with low stress options //mapzen comments

Aging Parents with Lots of Stuff, and Children Who Don’t Want It //nytimes comments

Superhuman is what Gmail would be if built today //techcrunch comments

Wading Through AccuWeather’s Response //daringfireball comments

Dangers of Sitting //bloomberg comments

Our Minds Have Been Hijacked by Our Phones //wired comments

Why I Still Use Vim //medium comments

Neo – Desired Word Processor for Authors //hughhowey comments

Living on Mars: The Stuff You Never Thought About //hackaday comments

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