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The Guardian Pulls Out of Facebook’s Instant Articles and Apple News
Websites people said have changed their lives
Rooby: a Ruby-like object oriented language written in Go
Debian port for RISC-V 64-bit
Pirate Bay founder launches anonymous domain registration service
APFS filesystem format
This Lawsuit Goes to 11: creators of This is Spinal Tap paid almost nothing
PX8 – A PICO-8 compatible fantasy console written in Rust
Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria
ARM Releases Machine Readable Architecture Specification
Curse of knowledge
How gut bacteria change cancer drug activity
Mine3D: A Web 3D Minesweeper Game
The U.S. wind industry now employs more than 100K people
A Brief History of CNNs in Image Segmentation: From R-CNN to Mask R-CNN
Stop Guessing Languages Based on IP Address
Show HN: Securely Handle Encryption Keys in Go
MUJI Hut: A 9.1-sqm Minimalist Cabin
Kaitai Struct: declarative binary format parsing language
Viral Shah: Helped Build Julia, an Alternative Programming Language in Bengaluru
A simple I2C master implementation on the MSP430
Sheep are not stupid, and they are not helpless either
Show HN: Replacing WordPress with GitHub Issues-like Blog Comments
Apple Forces Recyclers to Shred All iPhones and Macbooks
EFF Says Google Chromebooks Are Still Spying on Students
“Users will only be able to view patents via HTTP. HTTPS will no longer work”
Bonobo – A data processing toolkit for Python 3.5+
Spending time alone is the best way to get real rest–even for extroverts
Scale is hiring Back end and ML Engineers to build an API for human intelligence
Stop Guessing Languages Based on IP Address
Today is the 21th anniversary of the oldest temporary hack still in Linux kernel
Ken Thompson's crappy swapping algorithm explained
GitLab 9.1 Released with Service Desk, Canary Deployments, and Burndown Charts
Use LameNet to simulate really awful internet for devices or applications.
Cartesian - generator for complex configurations
Want a good manufacturing job? You need computer and programming skills now
E! Promotes Programming & Development Executives, Leela Pon and Betsy Slenzak
Nim performance tuning for the uninitiated
NASA's 10 Coding Rules for Writing Safety Critical Program
Flubu - A C# library for building projects and executing deployment scripts using C# code.
MuleSoft Joins the OpenAPI Initiative: The End of the API Spec Wars
Two Bugs one Func()
Handmade software manifesto
Unit Testing Nested View Partials in Rails
Serverless: The next level of abstraction. – CloudBoost
Things nobody will tell you about React.js – Gianluca Guarini – Medium
A Mind Is Born
Connectr – Spotify Connect systray/menubar controller and library, in Rust
The 5 features of ES8 and a wishlist for ES9
Hillbillies who code: the former miners out to put Kentucky on the tech map
Everything is Terrible
Swedish companies that open source their software
TIL in the United States, people who turn 100 years old receive a letter from the President, congratulating them on their longevity.
“All Star” By Smash Mouth But All Instruments Are Bill O’Reilly Saying His Name
Report: Manhunt underway for 'traitor' inside CIA
MRW it's earth day
LPT: Leave the washing machine lid open after every load of wash to allow moisture to escape and dry it out.
Donald Trump’s Earth Day Statement Is Shameful: Trump released an Earth Day statement touting his commitment to protecting the environment, despite doing the exact opposite in the first few months of his administration.
Here's a photo of my chubby cat in one of those tiny tent displays!
I'm not a millennial, but if I was I'd be damn tired of another article every other day with a new theory about who millennials are and what they want.
Study shows in young bilingual children, the languages develop simultaneously but independently. Also that Spanish is vulnerable to being taken over by English, but English is not vulnerable to being taken over by Spanish. It isn't the quantity, but the quality of the language exposure that matters.
Feeding the beach reptile pizza
WikiLeaks releases more top-secret CIA docs as U.S. considers charges: WikiLeaks claims the 31-page user guide for a CIA device code-named “Weeping Angel” can turn some Samsung TVs into surveillance tools with an implant for recording audio from a TV’s built-in microphone.
From pupper to 1 year old doggo!
I noticed that my neighbor has a wireless printer...
Whoa! Did you see that?
The difference in teaching
Actually, you are good looking.
The way my brother cut this tree down.
Hittin the grind so hard it kills
"The most ironic token of that moment in history" Carl Sagan [703x704]
1000 degree potato masher vs styrofoam
Demi Lovato Snapchat Story
Keigo Kamide, Kutani Choemon, Porcelain, 2015
Velcro paddle ball
Dad personally maintains, with no paid help, a six hole course in his back yard. Woodchuck Golf is now open for the season. Tee times can be had for the donation of a canned good.
Turning Usability Testing Data into Action without Going Insane
Make Your CSS Dynamic with CSS Custom Properties
A Guide to Security Best Practices for Remote Teams
eCommerce Redesigned: How Minor Changes Made Major UX Improvements
How to Internationalize Your AngularJS App
Top 10 Mistakes that Django Developers Make
Persuasive Design: Using Advanced Psychology Effectively
Has the US Equity Crowdfunding Market Lived up to Expectations?
PhalconPHP: A Solution for High-load RESTful APIs
How to Design Delightful Experiences for the Internet of Things
The Importance of Customer Retention — An Empirical Study
The Salesforce Release Train: A Practical Approach to Release Management
What is the Border Adjustment Tax? Potential Benefits and Risks
Magento 2 Tutorial: Building a Complete Module
Maintain Slim PHP MVC Frameworks with a Layered Structure
How to Conduct Usability Testing in Six Steps
Power Pivot for Excel Tutorial: Top Use Cases and Examples
How to Build a Natural Language Processing App
SaaS - Pricing Tactics That Can Turbocharge Your Business
Genetic Algorithms: Search and Optimization by Natural Selection
How to Hook eCommerce Shoppers through UX Design
How to Build CSS-only Smart Layouts with Flexbox
Don't Try to Change the World, Design a Toy Instead
Top 10 Most Common Spring Framework Mistakes
Open Source Software - Investable Business Model or Not?
A Rant against Pretty Designs
Stop Making Garbage: A Guide to Designing Interfaces That Last
Write Fat-free Java Code with Project Lombok
How to Create Custom Loading Animations to Decrease Bounce Rates
Android Threading: All You Need to Know
Gawkerbot is Watching You
A Cool Mist that Dries Your Clothes
Retrofitting An Amstrad CPC6128 With A Floppy Emulator
Ultrasonic Raspberry Pi Piano
How Many Watts Are You Using?
Hackaday Prize Entry: A Complete Suite Of Biomedical Sensors
X-Ray Imaging Camera Lens Persuaded to Join Micro Four Thirds Camera
Slashdot Asks: What Was Your First Programming Language?
Should Archive.org Ignore Robots.txt Directives And Cache
Linux PC Maker System76 Plans To Design And Manufacture Its Own Hardware
Microsoft Will Block Desktop 'Office' Apps From 'Office 365' Services In 2020
Can Geoengineering Drones Fight Global Warming?
Steve Case On How To Get Funded Outside Tech Corridors
Verizon.net 'Gets Out Of The Email Business'
Anbox Can Run Android Apps Natively On Linux (In A Container)
Waymo Is Using Grand Theft Auto V To Help Teach Its Self-Driving Cars
Systemd-Free Devuan Announces Its First Stable Release Candidate 'Jessie' 1.0.0
Stack Overflow Reveals Which Programming Languages Are Most Used At Night
Can Parents Sue If Their Kid Is Born With the 'Wrong' DNA?
Microsoft Will Support Python In SQL Server 2017
WikiLeaks Releases New CIA Secret: Tapping Microphones On Some Samsung TVs
107 Cancer Papers Retracted Due To Peer Review Fraud
CyberGRX, a startup that vets third-party suppliers on their cybersecurity practices, raises $20M Series B led by Bessemer (Jeff John Roberts/Fortune)
Amazon building new business pillars in AI, next-gen logistics, and enterprise cloud, a deep dive into firms's M&A, investment, jobs, patent, other data shows (Nick Pappageorge/CB Insights)
How H-1B visa program has become a gateway for companies to replace US tech staff with foreign workers earning less and receiving fewer benefits (The Verge)
As MakeSpace announces $30M Series C, a look at the logistics tech underlying the on-demand storage service (Mark Suster/Both Sides of the Table)
Russian hacker Roman Seleznev sentenced to 27 years for theft, sale of 2M+ CC numbers resulting in $170M+ in losses, the longest hacking-related sentence in US (Nicole Perlroth/New York Times)
Groq, a stealth startup founded by Google Tensor Processing Unit project engineers and Chamath Palihapitiya, has raised $10.3M (Ari Levy/CNBC)
Beijing-based SenseTime, which develops facial recognition tech, announces $60M round led by Sailing Capital; company had revealed a $120M round in December (Pan Yue/China Money Network)
IHS estimates Samsung's Galaxy S8, which retails starting at $720, costs $307.50 to manufacture, $43.34 more than it cost to make the Galaxy S7 last year (Alexandra Vaidos/Softpedia News)
Verizon delays Bixby Amazon shopping feature in Samsung Galaxy S8 (Ben Fox Rubin/CNET)
Machine learning data management startup SafeGraph raises $16M Series A from IDG Ventures and 100+ high-profile individual investors (Duncan Riley/SiliconANGLE)
Waymo filing: during deposition this week, Uber engineer "was forced to admit" that Uber was working on a second, more Waymo-like Lidar and hid it from court (Caroline O'Donovan/BuzzFeed)
Sources: Google and partners in Coalition for Better Ads are working on a tool designed for publishers to filter some ads; IAB head says tool isn't ad blocker (Mark Bergen/Bloomberg)
Sources: Facebook is offering publishers a monthly sum in exchange for a minimum amount of produced video, to host mid-roll ads (Kurt Wagner/Recode)
YouTube says 12M videos, including those with LGBTQ+ topics, are now available in Restricted Mode after fix, adds way to report videos wrongly excluded (Sarah Perez/TechCrunch)
Sources: after performing some pilot work, Palantir never signed full-fledged contract with NSA; Palantir CEO called CIA "recalcitrant" in 2015 staff meeting (William Alden/BuzzFeed)
Once the Darling of YouTube, Machinima Still Lives On—For Some
March for Science: Live Updates from Washington DC and Around the US
Why Magic: The Gathering Beats Poker or Chess Any Day
Security News This Week: A Coachella Smartphone Thief Forgot About ‘Find My iPhone’
Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won’t Like the Choices
Space Photos of the Week: Galaxies That Pass Gas Together, Stay Together
How San Francisco Kept Moving Through Its Massive #PowerOutage
Why Memphis Has Two Marches for Science
What Has F8 in Store for Me?
An Enormous Hunk of Ice Gets Stuck in Iceberg Alley
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