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Coding without Google
Reddit launches image uploads, ditching alliance with Imgur
The Path to Rust
Why Education Does Not Fix Poverty
Nix as OS X Package Manager
Visiting Chelsea Manning in prison
Esperanto: the language that never was
An industry that helps Chinese cheat their way into and through US colleges
Four hundred miles with Tesla’s autopilot forced me to trust the machine
Housing in the Bay Area
They knew it was round, damn it
LeadGenius hiring Front end Engineer
Lifting a Million Pounds of Stainless Steel
Could Alzheimer’s Stem from Infections?
Whither Plan 9? History and motivation
OpenAI Team Update
Show HN: A conformant WebGL implementation for Node.js
Squid, octopus, and cuttlefish populations have been rising since the 1960s. Why?
Canary Watch, One Year Later
Lightgallery: A modern, Node.js based image viewer for Mac, Windows and Linux
Peter Thiel, Tech Billionaire, Reveals Secret War with Gawker
Return of incandescent light bulbs as MIT makes them more efficient than LEDs
ISSE: An Interactive Sound Source Separation Editor
Solomon Golomb (1932–2016)
Repurposing Old Smartphones for Home Automation
John McCarthy: Reminiscences on the Theory of Time-Sharing (1983)
Study monitors programmers' stress levels to predict the quality of their code
Silicon Valley's Design Renaissance (1989)
Scaling to 100M: MySQL is a Better NoSQL
Tired of "Hollywood Hacking"? Then met Rapid Fire, a different security competition with live commentary
Twitter Open Sources Heron, a Strom API-Compatible Stream Computation System
webgazer.js, eye tracking library using the webcam that can be put on any website
13,949 Commits and 6,148 Closed Issues Later: Thank You for Helping Realm Reach 1.0
Performance Lessons learned from Porting Source 2 Engine to Vulkan - Dan Ginsberg - Valve (with examples from DOTA) [Video]
The game theory of sealed-bid auctions
Coding without Google
The Path to Rust
Facebook's Engineer, Lee Byron, explains "Bieber problem" and things to consider while designing profile activity feeds
Procedural Dungeon Generation
CircleCI blog - It's The Future
Ken Thompson was right, proven definitively 32 years later. (Analog Malicious Hardware)
Theo de Raadt - Privilege Separation and (OpenBSD) pledge (dotSecurity 2016)
Sidekiq for Crystal, 3x faster, 3x smaller
stupid.css got a makeover and sidebars
EMC releases a unikernel engine for building next-gen cloud apps
Flexbox Froggy, a game where you help Froggy and friends by writing CSS code!
How Hibernate’s Lazy Loading Nearly Killed Our Email
Pyston 0.5 Released (An open-source Python implementation using JIT techniques)
Big Data Love
Who Needs Git When You Got ZFS?
Verdigris: Qt without moc
CRYENGINE now available on github
Picked my dog up from surgery today. She's a little high still.
TIL An Elephant, Kosik, can speak 5 words in Korean, "sit, no, yes and lie down." He creates the words by putting his trunk in his mouth and vibrating it. He is the only elephant scientifically proven to speak human words.
.30 mm drill bit.
Putting quotes from Catcher in the Rye with pictures of Louis CK works way to well.
My girlfriend and I are working on introducing the kitten to the cat.
What is the most bizarre thing you've caught yourself doing after your brain's autopilot misfired?
The subtle difference between Daniel Radcliffe and Elijah Wood
I went to see Black Canyon Of the Gunnison in Colorado at night and it was amazing! [3200x2133][OC]
Laughing is so fucking weird. You just stare at the other person with your mouth wide open making ridiculous sounds and sometimes you can't stop.
Subreddit Policy Reminder on Transgender Topics
Kanye loves Kanye, coloured pencil, 46x62cm
Man attacked for taking 5-year-old daughter inside men's restroom at Walmart in Utah
Kiddie playhouse turned into kitty playhouse.
LPT: Graduating seniors, backup your student email account data.
If there's a bee in my hand, what's in my eye?
Switzerland: Muslim students must shake teacher's hand
My Grandmother in the 1930's in the deep south
Methane clouds on Titan.
The police in Indonesia are known for their corruption. But one officer has become a national hero for choosing to make money by collecting trash rather than accepting bribes. "I know, there are those who mock me. In that case I’d say to them, 'I can be like you (corrupt), but can you be like me?’
My grandmother had 33 abortions
[Onion article] Leaked Documents Reveal Studio Executives Knew About ‘Gods Of Egypt’ Before It Released Onto Public
My English scones with fresh cream and strawberries
Jumpstart Your PHP Testing with Codeception
The 10 Most Common Mistakes That Unity Developers Make
Productivity On The Road: Work Full-Time, Travel Solo, Have Fun
Clustering Algorithms: From Start To State Of The Art
HTTP Request Testing: A Developer's Survival Tool
Express, Koa, Meteor, Sails.js: Four Frameworks Of The Apocalypse
Declarative Programming: Is It A Real Thing?
Using Scala.js With NPM And Browserify
Introduction To Concurrent Programming: A Beginner's Guide
Programming Visually With Node-RED: Wiring Up The Internet Of Things With Ease
Introduction To BEM Methodology
Encouraging Action And Timeliness In A Remote Workplace
Gulp Under the Hood: Building a Stream-based Task Automation Tool
You Need a Hero: The Project Manager
Clean Code and The Art of Exception Handling
HSA For Developers: Heterogeneous Computing For The Masses
Getting Started with Elixir Programming Language
Handling Intensive Tasks with Laravel
Toptal's Quick and Practical CSS Cheat Sheet
Rethinking Authentication And Biometric Security, The Toptal Way
Mastering 2D Cameras in Unity: A Tutorial for Game Developers
The 9 Most Common Mistakes That Ionic Developers Make
How to Create a Simple Python WebSocket Server Using Tornado
Top Ten Front-End Design Rules For Developers
A Tutorial on Drill-down FusionCharts in jQuery
Boost Your Productivity With Amazon Web Services
Android Developer’s Guide to Fragment Navigation Pattern
How to Bootstrap and Create .NET Projects
Flame Triodes Don’t Need Any Vacuum
Hackaday Prize Entry: Robotic Prosthetic Leg Is Open Source And 3D-Printable
Smart AC Monitoring: Without the $500 Price Tag
Building a Flamethrower Guitar to Really Rock Out With
Learn Functional Reactive Programming on Your Arduino
How to Have a Beer with Every Electronics Person
WTF is Degaussing?
Tor To Use Distributed RNG To Generate Truly Random Numbers
Researchers Teaching Robots To Feel and React To Pain
Microsoft May Ban Your Favorite Password
FCC Formalizes Massive Fines For Selling, Using Cell-Phone Jammers
The Pirate Bay Sails Back To Its
CentOS Linux 6.8 Released
State Dept. IT Staff Told To Keep Quiet About Clinton's Server
US Military Uses 8-Inch Floppy Disks To Coordinate Nuclear Force Operations
Google Built an Escape Room, Making People Use Its Apps To Get Out
Former McDonald's USA CEO: $35K Robots Cheaper Than Hiring at $15 Per Hour
Google To Bring Official Android Support To the Raspberry Pi 3
Google Steps Up Pressure on Partners Tardy in Updating Android
Microsoft Backtracks On 'Nasty Trick' Upgrade To Windows 10
Genius' Web Annotations Undermined Web Security
Tech Billionaire Peter Thiel Secretly Bankrolled Hulk Hogan's Lawsuit Against Gawker: Reports
Chrome 51 released with new APIs, including Credential Management API, more efficient page rendering; available for Windows and Mac, Linux coming soon (Emil Protalinski/VentureBeat)
HTC confirms it has stopped manufacturing Google's flagship tablet, the Nexus 9 (Roger Cheng/CNET)
Peter Thiel acknowledges he spent around $10M to fund a team of lawyers to help Gawker "victims" like Hulk Hogan sue the company, in act of "deterrence" (Andrew Ross Sorkin/New York Times)
Canary Watch, EFF related site tracking NSA, FBI, other agency warrant requests, stops accepting submissions, monitoring canaries, says goals have been reached (Cooper Quintin/Electronic Frontier ...)
Home WiFi startup Eero raises $50M led by Menlo Ventures, expected in Best Buy stores this summer (Dan Primack/Fortune)
PayPal to discontinue mobile apps for Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Amazon Fire on June 30 (Chris Welch/The Verge)
Magic Leap says it's integrating Twilio's services into the Magic Leap SDK and will give 10 devs early access (Jay Donovan/TechCrunch)
Salesforce to spend $400M on Amazon Web Services over next four years according to 10Q statement and sources (Barb Darrow/Fortune)
Source: Twitter curtails development of Buy button and product pages, moves commerce team to other projects (Alex Kantrowitz/BuzzFeed)
HP Inc. misses target, reporting Q2 results of $11.59B in revenue, down 11% YoY; personal systems sales dropped 10% YoY; guidance cut (Wall Street Journal)
Spain arrests 30 suspected of pirating pay TV content and then laundering money in six bitcoin mining centers; a small aircraft, luxury cars, more seized (Sarah White/Reuters)
Senior Indian government official says Apple must oblige by foreign retailer rules and sell 30% locally-sourced goods if it intends to open stores in India (Reuters)
Uber and Foursquare sign global, multi-year agreement to license Places data, meaning customers will no longer have to know the exact address of venues (Jordan Crook/TechCrunch)
Foxconn replaces 60K factory workers with robots, denies that it means long-term job losses (BBC)
Marcel Lehel Lazar, the hacker known as "Guccifer", pleads guilty to identity theft, unauthorized access of protected computers; sentencing date set for Sept. 1 (Pete Williams/NBC News)
WIRED Book Club: This Is The Way Fifth Season Ends
How Can We Make You Happy Today, Peter Thiel?
The Scariest Thing About the New Sci-Fi Game Duskers? The Command Line
A Clever New Kind of Intersection Kicks Risky Left Turns to the Curb
Who Needs a Modular Phone When You Can Have a Modular Case?
Culture Podcast: Neighbors 2 Is a Strange New Kind of Feminist Movie
How on Earth Could a Juicer Cost $700? Because Yves Béhar
Move Mountains and Carve Rivers in a Seriously Awesome AR Sandbox
The Future of Humanity’s Food Supply Is in the Hands of AI
A Car’s Computer Can ‘Fingerprint’ You in Minutes Based on How You Drive
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