Issue #392 // March 02, 2018

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Why I Quit Google to Work for Myself //mtlynch comments

Machine Learning Crash Course //google comments

Growing a company that sells miniature construction supplies to $17k a month //starterstory comments

Pricing low-touch SaaS //stripe comments

How GDPR Will Change The Way You Develop //smashingmagazine comments

Lost Art of Bending Over: How Other Cultures Spare Their Spines //npr comments

Spotify Form F-1 //sec comments

An intro to Pen Plotters //tobiastoft comments

AMP: the missing controversy //ferdychristant comments

In-Space Manufacturing Is About to Get a Big Test //space comments

Hacker News's Undocumented Features and Behaviors //github comments


Successful one-person online businesses? //ycombinator

How do you overcome the problems of task switching? //ycombinator

How do you teach you kids about computers and coding? //ycombinator

I'm writing a book about white-collar drug use, including tech sector //ycombinator


Six Degrees of Wikipedia //sixdegreesofwikipedia comments

Buy Me A Coffee – A free, fast and friendly way to receive donations //buymeacoffee comments

Graphite – A decentralized and encrypted Google Docs alternative //graphitedocs comments

Slack client for the terminal //github comments

Jumprock.co – HTML Forms for Static Sites //jumprock comments

Web Scraping in Google Sheets //link comments

Shiori – Simple self hosted bookmarks manager //github comments

Wagtail 2.0 is a big release for our Python CMS //wagtail comments

AppGrid, macOS window manager with Vim–like hotkeys //github comments


Why is it hard to make friends over 30? //nytimes comments

Keep your Identity Small //paulgraham comments


How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the State Machine //raganwald comments

The Lost Art of the Makefile //olioapps comments

Requests-HTML: HTML Parsing for Humans //github comments

Web application from scratch, part I //defn comments

Announcing Dart 2: Optimized for Client-Side Development //medium comments


NumPy Exercises for Data Analysis in Python //machinelearningplus comments

Propel – Machine learning for Javascript //propelml comments

NLP concepts with spaCy tutorial //github comments

A promenade of PyTorch //goldsborough comments

Learning by playing //deepmind comments

Stanford, USC, Duke study shows AI can read contracts better than lawyers //mashable comments


Collection of Useful CSS Snippets //github comments

Tiny Art in Less Than 280 Characters //fronkonstin comments


There's a Persistent Hum in Windsor, Ontario, and No One Knows Why //nytimes comments

A Simple Algorithm That Ants Use to Build Bridges //quantamagazine comments

I Built a Stable Planetary System with 416 Planets in the Habitable Zone //nautil comments

Heisenbug //wikipedia comments

Jevons Paradox //wikipedia comments

Ian Knot //fieggen comments


Peace for Triple Piano //vihart comments

Sneak Peek: Beyond React 16 //reactjs comments

The History of .NET //vimeo comments

Traveling to all the railway stations in Great Britain //allthestations comments


Ask HN: Who is hiring? //ycombinator

Facebook rolls out job posts to become the blue-collar LinkedIn //techcrunch comments

Let’s have no managers, instead of managers with no engineering experience //medium comments

What to care about in a job //benkuhn comments

Ask HN: Resumes that look good but professional too //ycombinator

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

Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? //ycombinator


Worst Roommate Ever //nymag comments

Malta: an island of secrets and lies //newstatesman comments

The dangerous downsides of perfectionism //bbc comments


Arduino OpenCat //arduino comments

Planet Shadertoy //shadertoy comments

QuickBASIC Lives on with QB64 //hackaday comments

Tinkering with electronics //thanassis comments


Taiwan ban single-use plastic straws, plastic bags, disposable utensils by 2030 //hongkongfp comments

After rising for 100 years, electricity demand is flat //vox comments

Berkshire Hathaway 2017 Annual Letter [pdf] //berkshirehathaway comments

Konva – HTML5 2d canvas library for desktop and mobile applications //github comments

How Do We Learn? //ncase comments

Triplebyte Raises $10M from Initialized Capital, Marissa Mayer and Paul Graham //triplebyte comments

Money Laundering via Author Impersonation on Amazon //krebsonsecurity comments

Usenet, authentication, and engineering: early design decisions for Usenet //columbia comments

How to Replace Google's AMP Without Slowing It Down //redfin comments

The Dropbox Comp //stratechery comments

How does `cd` work? //safia comments

How Many Tesla Model 3 Cars Have Been Made? //bloomberg comments

In One Tweet, Kylie Jenner Wiped Out $1.3B of Snap's Market Value //bloomberg comments

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