Issue #425 // October 26, 2018

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Carbon Removal Technologies //ycombinator comments

iPhones are hard to use //fawny comments

In Groundbreaking Decision, Feds Say Hacking DRM to Fix Electronics Is Legal //vice comments

Japan's Hometown Tax //kalzumeus comments

Paul Buchheit on Joining Google, How to Become a Great Engineer and Happiness //triplebyte comments

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calling for Bloomberg to Retract Its Chinese Spy Chip Story //buzzfeednews comments

So You Want to Open a Small Press Bookstore/Artist-Run Space? A Cautionary Tale //poetryfoundation comments

How I Became a Knife Steel Metallurgist //knifesteelnerds comments

What does Stack Overflow want to be when it grows up? //codinghorror comments

Hello P5.js Web Editor //medium comments


Am I just a wantrepreneur? //ycombinator

First month job anxiety. Am I actually an impostor? //ycombinator


Ultimate Plumber – a tool for writing Linux pipes with live preview //github comments

Applying for jobs? Manage all your interviews in one place //afterinterview comments

Stop googling, start talking. //coffeechat comments

Focals by North //bynorth comments

Domain Storytelling: A DDD tool to visualize domain stories in the browser //domainstorytelling comments

Toodles – Project management directly from the TODO's in your code //github comments


Introducing Hooks //reactjs comments

Responder: A familiar HTTP Service Framework //python-responder comments

Incomplete List of Mistakes in the Design of CSS //csswg comments

Falcon: A high-performance web server for Ruby, supporting HTTP/2 and HTTPS //github comments

Gophish: An open source phishing toolkit //github comments

Meow Hash: A high-speed non-cryptographic hash function //mollyrocket comments

Automatic Differentiation with Julia //rogerluo comments

A terminal file manager written in bash //github comments


Lipreading with Deep Learning //github comments

SQL Viewer – UI for uber/queryparser, written in Haskell //github comments

Playing Mortal Kombat with TensorFlow.js //mgechev comments


Problems with infinite scroll //logrocket comments

Night Sight for Pixel phones //theverge comments

Art and Spirit in Mathematics: The Lessons of Japanese Temple Geometry (part I) //scienceandnonduality comments


The Hardest Woods //wood-database comments

42 (school) //wikipedia comments

The Slide Rule //tryretool comments

Superpermutations //gregegan comments

Saddle chair //wikipedia comments

Space Transportation System //wikipedia comments

Emma Willard's maps charted the evolution of the United States //atlasobscura comments

Gauge blocks, a system for producing precision lengths //wikipedia comments


How We Wrote a Textbook //hibal comments

The Bookish Life: How to Read and Why //firstthings comments

Dangit, Git an illustrated recipe book for Git problems (and solutions) //gumroad comments


Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World //youtube comments

This Old Lisp //thisoldlisp comments

Church-Turing Thesis Cannot Possibly Be True //microsoft comments

Former CIA Chief of Disguise Explains How Spies Use Disguises //youtube comments

The path to $100B //startupschool comments


Ask HN: What do you do in your 1-on-1s with your direct reports? //ycombinator

Ask HN: What is your advice for a technical founder learning sales? //ycombinator

67% of workers earning over $100k see themselves quitting in the next 6 months //cnbc comments


Motorola and iFixit partner to sell phone repair kits //ifixit comments

Oculus co-founder is leaving Facebook after cancellation of ‘Rift 2’ headset //techcrunch comments

Journal raises $1.5M to bring Google-like search to your personal life //techcrunch comments


Websites in 2018 //bloomca comments

The City of Seattle Accidentally Gave Me 32M Emails for $40 //mchap comments

3D-printing a stainless steel bridge full of sensors //mx3d comments

Nasa photographs rectangular iceberg //bbc comments

Barry Martin's Hopalong Orbits Visualizer //iacopoapps comments


Fake review factories that run on Facebook and post five-star Amazon reviews //theguardian comments

Business card-sized Japanese phone bucks the giant-phone trend //arstechnica comments

Erlang/OTP by Example //erlangbyexample comments

Linux 4.19 //lkml comments

The Single Board Computer Database //board-db comments

When Sears Flourished, So Did Workers. At Amazon, It’s More Complicated //nytimes comments

New in Chrome 70 //google comments

Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish Released //ubuntu comments

Unicorn: lightweight, multi-platform, multi-architecture CPU emulator framework //unicorn-engine comments

Awesome-code-reading - A curated list of high-quality codebases to read //github comments

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