Issue #371 // September 29, 2017

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Relicensing React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js //facebook comments

China Blocks WhatsApp //nytimes comments

Scenic Tram Simulator //alexanderperrin comments

Firefox Quantum Lands in Beta, Developer Edition //mozilla comments

How I got to 200 productive hours a month //qotoqot comments

YC’s Essential Startup Advice //ycombinator comments

Three Paths in the Tech Industry: Founder, Executive, or Employee //ycombinator comments

Post a boarding pass on Facebook, get your account stolen //michalspacek comments

Anatomy of a Moral Panic //idlewords comments

Pollen: the book is a program //racket-lang comments


Sell my startup for $14M because I can't raise $2M? //ycombinator

What is the best way to spend my time as a 17-year-old who can code? //ycombinator


PocketBeagle – A $25 open-source USB-key-fob computer //beagleboard comments

Moocha.io – A search engine for MOOCs //moocha comments

Reddit Grid – A better way to browse visual subreddits //redditgrid comments

Ataribox will be an open, Linux-based console //techcrunch comments

Ambient Shipping – look inside passing cargo ships //github comments

AWS Pinpoint Launches Two-Way Text Messaging //amazon comments

Calcflow, an open-source complex maths visualization tool in VR //github comments

Readwise – Review and retain your Kindle highlights //readwise comments


New in PostgreSQL 10 //postgresql comments

React 16 //github comments

A 220b spreadsheet app in HTML/JS //github comments

AR.js: Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web //github comments

Nuitka: a Python compiler //nuitka comments

Golang: Don't be afraid of makefiles //github comments

Serpent.AI – Game Agent Framework in Python //github comments


Logo Crunch – Multi-resolution logo maker //brandmark comments

iPhone 8 Plus Camera Review //austinmann comments

Designing Websites for iPhone X //webkit comments

Hyperpixel – Best landing pages for inspiration //hyperpixel comments

Data Viz Project – Collection of Data Visualizations //datavizproject comments


Clocks for Software Engineers //zipcpu comments

Floating Point Visually Explained //fabiensanglard comments

A Guide to Parsing: Algorithms and Terminology //tomassetti comments

Exceptionally Preserved Ancient Ships Discovered in the Black Sea //smithsonianmag comments


A Coloring Book about Group Theory //coloring-book comments

Humble Book Bundle: Hacking Reloaded //humblebundle comments

Book of the Runtime – Internals of the .Net Runtime //hanselman comments

A 400-year story of progress – How America became the world’s biggest economy //economist comments


30-Day Timelapse at Sea //youtube comments

SpaceX: Making Life Multiplanetary //youtube comments

SpaceX BFR //youtube comments

How I Fixed a 10-Year-Old Guitar Hero Bug Without the Source Code //youtube comments

Give me 15 minutes and I'll change your view of Linux tracing //youtube comments


Paying top employees the highest salaries in the market //bloomberg comments

Stack Overflow Salary Calculator //stackoverflow comments

Things I've learned transitioning from engineer to engineering manager //pragmaticengineer comments

Cost of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Rises Toward $19k a Year //wsj comments


With lax oversight, the FAA has enabled secrecy in the skies //bostonglobe comments

An American City Where the Government Barely Exists //splinternews comments


Snowflake macro photography //chaoticmind75 comments

Guitar browser game with a real guitar //github comments

TR-101 – A drum synth/sequencer made with Vue and the web audio API //gitlab comments

Take a trip through music history with Archive.org's Great 78 Project //opensource comments


It’s time to kill the web app //plan99 comments

Org-Mode Is One of the Most Reasonable Markup Languages to Use for Text //karl-voit comments

Ikea has bought TaskRabbit //recode comments

Privacy //apple comments

When I asked Tinder for my data, it sent me 800 pages of my deepest secrets //theguardian comments

Other ways to read Hacker News //hackerbits comments

Serverless is cheaper, not simpler //medium comments

Google’s PixelBook: the target is bigger than it seems //chromeunboxed comments

Casper went to war with popular mattress review site, then financed its takeover //recode comments

Serverless Polaroids.. GitHub star posts a polaroid via Twitter bot //github comments

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