Issue #376 // November 03, 2017

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Do you need a VPN? //mozilla comments

Google, Facebook, and Amazon have fundamentally transformed the web //staltz comments

Anvil: full stack web apps built only with Python //anvil comments

A Minimalist Guide to SQLite //marksblogg comments

Linux containers in 500 lines of code //lizzie comments

Reaching $10k monthly revenue with WakaTime, my SaaS side project //indiehackers comments

Bottery – A conversational agent prototyping platform //github comments

I cured my tech fatigue by ditching feeds //techcrunch comments

I Watched All of the Chrome Dev Summit 2017 Videos //redfin comments

Surviving Your First Year //backblaze comments


Where can I find high-end stock images for a website? //ycombinator

We have a great team and capital but can't find a good idea //ycombinator

What alternatives to Powerpoint/Prezi are there? //ycombinator


Airborn – Private Google Docs Alternative //airbornos comments

Closh – Bash-like shell based on Clojure //github comments

Poly – Browse, Discover and Download 3D Objects //google comments

/usr/bin/htop //0xfee1dead comments

A curated directory of resources and tools to help you build your startup //startupstash comments

Vehicle Detection – using machine learning and computer vision //github comments

DatoCMS – Headless CMS for static websites //datocms comments

Run-when = run tasks based on Git diff changes //github comments


Frappe Charts – GitHub inspired JavaScript charting with zero dependencies //github comments

Reason 3 //github comments

VS Code Roadmap 2018 //github comments

Crystal in Production: Diploid //crystal-lang comments

Drawille: Pixel graphics in terminal with Unicode braille characters //github comments

React PWA //reactpwa comments


A New Twist on Neural Networks //ampproject comments

The State of Data Science and Machine Learning //kaggle comments

How Adversarial Attacks Work //ycombinator comments

RCN is much more data efficient than traditional Deep Neural Networks //vicarious comments

Deepo: a Docker image containing almost all popular deep learning frameworks //github comments

Simple Deep Learning Tutorials using Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit //github comments


USS McCain collision ultimately caused by UI confusion //arstechnica comments

Zircle UI – a circular zooming user interface library based on Vue.js //zircle comments

PaperCSS – The Less Formal CSS Framework //getpapercss comments


First possible interstellar object detected in our solar system //nasa comments

The 'Manhattan of the Desert': Shibam, Yemen's Ancient Skyscraper City //archdaily comments

Secretary Problem //wikipedia comments

What boredom does to you //nautil comments


The Book of Shaders //thebookofshaders comments

Reddit’s favorite learning books, from 3.5B comments //redditfavorites comments

Little Wars – a game by H.G. Wells //gutenberg comments

The Ghosts of the Tsunami //longreads comments


Nothing to Hide – a documentary about surveillance and you //vimeo comments

We're Building a Dystopia Just to Make People Click on Ads //ted comments


Ask HN: Who is hiring? //ycombinator

We only hire the best means we only hire the trendiest //danluu comments

The two questions I ask every interviewer //wesleyac comments

Most US jobs created since 2005 are not conventional full-time work //qz comments

Stack Overflow reducing headcount by 20% //twitter comments

Why Do We Still Commute? //citylab comments

Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? //ycombinator

Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? //ycombinator


Suicide Linux //qntm comments

5 minute word game //pcmaffey comments

Amazon HQ2 Proposals //github comments


The New York Times Is Now Available as a Tor Onion Service //nytimes comments

Why We Must Fight for the Right to Repair Our Electronics //ieee comments

Speech Recognition Is Not Solved //github comments

Waymo Will Test Self-Driving Cars in Snowy Detroit //bloomberg comments

Netflix: Removing client-side React.js improved performance by 50% //twitter comments

Tesla posts big loss, cuts production of Models X and S to catch up on Model 3 //yahoo comments

HAProxy 1.8 //haproxy comments

Scaling the GitLab database //gitlab comments

Do we need a third Apache project for columnar data representation? //dbmsmusings comments

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