Issue #397 // April 06, 2018

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# FAVORITES Fast, privacy-first consumer DNS service //cloudflare comments

It's time to head back to RSS? //wired comments

Apple Plans to Use Its Own Chips in Macs from 2020, Replacing Intel //bloomberg comments

Be careful what you copy: Invisibly inserting usernames into text //medium comments

The End of Windows //stratechery comments

What Did Ancient Romans Do Without Toilet Paper? //sapiens comments

Web Application Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet //jdow comments

How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really worked //niemanlab comments

We might be swinging away from the newsfeed //ben-evans comments

NHL stunner: A 36-year-old accountant who has never played pro stars in win //washingtonpost comments

Lessons from “The Profit” //marginalrevolution comments


What are the best MOOCs you've taken? //ycombinator

Any recommended resources to develop system thinking? //ycombinator

Who are your favourite people to follow on Mastodon? //ycombinator

Strategies for mentoring junior developers? //ycombinator


Stripe Billing //stripe comments

I made a Chrome extension to reveal zero-width characters //github comments

Charles Proxy now available on iOS //charlesproxy comments

Gron: A command line tool that makes JSON greppable //github comments

Travel spontaneously on a budget //wander comments

Auditus – Ebook to Audiobook Conversion //auditus comments

ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018 review: The only laptop in a professional’s paradise //arstechnica comments

See GitHub issues on a Kanban board //kaizenboard comments

Dead-simple internal help desk software //askspoke comments

Turn gifs into slices of wall art //gif-slice comments


OpenSimpleLidar //github comments

A Workshop on Linux Containers: Rebuild Docker from Scratch //github comments

A Proposal for Package Versioning in Go //golang comments

Netflix FlameScope //medium comments

Pharo MOOC //pharo comments

It's about what broke, not who broke it //rachelbythebay comments

Python Idioms in Rust //benjamincongdon comments

A Visual History of Eve: 2014 - 2018 //futureofcoding comments

Go on Very Small Hardware //github comments

ShivyC – Hobby C compiler created in Python //github comments

SailsJS 1.0 (Rails like JS Framework) //sailsjs comments

Diamond – Full-stack web-framework in D //github comments


Introducing TensorFlow.js: Machine Learning in JavaScript //medium comments

How to Easily Detect Objects with Deep Learning on Raspberry Pi //medium comments

Berkeley offers its fastest-growing course – data science – online for free //berkeley comments

OpenAI Retro Contest //openai comments


Making the Touch Bar useful by abandoning Apple guidelines //vas3k comments

Reddit’s Redesign //wired comments

Redesigning the Scientific Paper //theatlantic comments


To Change Habits, Try Replacement Instead //nytimes comments

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years //nasa comments

The First 3D-Printed Steel Bridge //gizmodo comments

US Navy remotely lands F/A-18 Super Hornet on carrier deck //flightglobal comments


Book: Mathematics for Machine Learning //github comments

The Very Unnerving Existence of Teen Boss //newyorker comments

Fiftieth anniversary of Whole Earth Catalog //latimes comments


MIT AGI: Boston Dynamics //youtube comments

Tesla driver reproduces fatal autopilot accident //youtube comments

You Can Always Get What You Want, But Not What You Need //youtube comments

Festo's New Bionic Robots Include Rolling Spider, Flying Fox //ieee comments


Ask HN: Who is hiring? //ycombinator

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

A site that lets you search and subscribe to “Who is hiring?” //whoishiring comments

The Effective Tech Lead Is a 100x Engineer //hackernoon comments

The Most Common Type of Incompetent Leader //hbr comments

Microsoft AI Interview Questions – Acing the AI Interview //medium comments


The Worst U.S. Maritime Disaster in Decades //vanityfair comments

Why are diapers so expensive? //tampabay comments

Why Jewish History Is So Hard to Write //newyorker comments

The Story of NESticle, the Ambitious Emulator That Redefined Retro Gaming //vice comments


I almost lost my hearing from the lid on the tank of a toilet //threadreaderapp comments

Recursive drawing //recursivedrawing comments

Tell HN: 17 years on the same game //ycombinator

Reddit 1.0 source code //github comments

'PC Building Simulator' Is More Fun Than Building a Real Computer //vice comments

The most honest Ponzi scheme of all time //ponzischeme comments


Facebook Secretly Saved Videos Users Deleted //nymag comments

DNS Performance compared: CloudFlare x Google x Quad9 x OpenDNS //medium comments

Spotify opens on NYSE, valuing company at almost $30B //techcrunch comments

U.S. To Seek Social Media Details from All Visa Applicants //bloomberg comments

OpenBazaar 2.0, powered by IPFS //openbazaar comments

Patch runs ed, and ed can run anything //rachelbythebay comments

The differences between tinkering and research //togelius comments

Why there are so many online mattress-in-a-box companies //curbed comments

Email marketing for e-commerce //stripe comments

How fast is AMP really? //timkadlec comments

Where I started might not be useful to you //rachelbythebay comments

Gradual Programming //willcrichton comments

'Transit-Oriented Teens' //citylab comments

Supertasks //lse comments

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