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  1. Event Sourcing: Rehydrating Aggregates with Snapshots
  2. Foam: Six Months Later
  3. Video Game Programming From Scratch with Casey Muratori - CoRecursive Podcast
  4. Last Week on My Mac: Users are losing out against Big Sur’s sealed System
  5. Format Replacement cycles
  6. Map of my personal data infrastructure | beepb00p
  7. My Terminal-First Blogging Workflow
  8. How I made $101,578.04 selling colors online - Dracula
  9. Google Cloud vs AWS Onboarding Comparison - Kevin's Page
  10. Raising $20M from A16Z
  11. On The Basics of Modeling
  12. GitHub Quick Reviews
  13. How to Take Smart Notes Book Summary – Love Your Work, Episode 249
  14. Lena
  15. Age of distractions
  16. The fat storage system
  17. 'New Car Smell' Is The Scent of Carcinogens, And Even Short Trips May Overexpose Us
  18. What I Worked On
  19. Self-Organising Textures
  20. Art of Sustaining at Things – Unstructed.tech
  21. satwikkansal/wtfpython
  22. Illegal CFC emissions have stopped since scientists raised alarm
  23. Patterns of Distributed Systems
  24. I followed my dreams to get demoted to software developer - Stack Overflow Blog
  25. The Why of technology
  26. How to Sell Niche Websites: My Experience Selling 2 Websites
  27. rust-analyzer/rust-analyzer
  28. Art of Starting Things (or How to Start Doing Things That You've Been Delaying Forever) – Unstructed.tech
  29. Fast Software, the Best Software
  30. AirPods Max: An Audiophile Review - Marius Masalar
  31. Tearing Down a Humidifier - Lei's Blog
  32. My Third Year as a Solo Developer
  33. The Psychology of Stock Bubbles
  34. Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  35. Exploring My .bashrc In 2021
  36. Bill Hill - There is only one space after a period
  37. AirPods Max sucked for me
  38. Forever Chemicals Are Widespread in U.S. Drinking Water
  39. Flavor-cyber-agriculture: Optimization of plant metabolites in an open-source control environment through surrogate modeling
  40. Why Electron is a Necessary Evil
  41. Dynamic type systems aren't even simpler - hisham.hm
  42. The Evolution of a Research Paper
  43. Foam
  44. The Quietest Mechanical Keyboard
  45. Crony Beliefs | Melting Asphalt
  46. 200 Black Women In Tech To Follow on Twitter {2021 List} | Hacker Noon
  47. The psychology of influence and hacking growth
  48. Don't worry son, all your friends are weirdos too | Robert Heaton
  49. The Local Maxima Trap
  50. DALL·E: Creating Images from Text
  51. covid, Fox News, America, and me
  52. Ditherpunk — The article I wish I had about monochrome image dithering — surma.dev
  53. How to overcome Phone Addiction [Solutions + Research]
  54. Patterns and Habits
  55. Can you crack the code?
  56. Habit Tracker Bullet Journal For Roam Research [Guide] - Mike Giannulis Productivity Blog
  57. Neurobiological foundations of neurologic music therapy: rhythmic entrainment and the motor system
  58. The Mystery of Deceased Hiker 'Mostly Harmless' Is At Long Last Solved
  59. Interview advice that got me offers from Google, Microsoft, and Stripe
  60. An Alternate AltaVista Search Engine History Lesson For Internet Nerds
  61. Double Blind Passwords (aka Horcruxing)
  62. [Guest post] Our Head First C# Contest Got Some Truly Creative Entries | Visual Studio Blog
  63. Jet Powered Volkswagen Beetle - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle...
  64. SuperRT
  65. Notes on Learning Languages
  66. Why I still can't stop using Chrome
  67. The Anti-Mac User Interface (Don Gentner and Jakob Nielsen)
  68. Heavy Is the Head That Wears the AirPods Max
  69. Apple introduces AirPods Max, the magic of AirPods in a stunning over-ear design
  70. The Future I Believe In
  71. The Grenfell Tower inquiry is uncovering a major corporate scandal | The Spectator
  72. The UX of Proving Our Humanity To Machines
  73. Triaging Information
  74. People Can Be Dishonest About Work
  75. Can Eating Meat Be Good For You? And The Planet? by Edlin Choi
  76. Protein folding & The AI ‘Solution’ : A primer for non-scientists
  77. Gamedev from scratch 0: Groundwork
  78. The Modern World Has Finally Become Too Complex for Any of Us to Understand
  79. the depression thing
  80. Digital Tools I Wish Existed
  81. How to Think for Yourself
  82. Herding Code 243: Shawn Wildermuth on his new film, Hello World
  83. Moving Quicksilver into production
  84. Using GANs to Create Fantastical Creatures
  85. Six months of Tiny Projects
  86. amymhaddad
  87. Secrets of a successful shut in
  88. On Learning Chess as an Adult – From 650 to 1750 in Two Years
  89. Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby
  90. Notes On Owning Your Own Business
  91. Ink-Stained Wretches: The Battle for the Soul of Digital Freedom Taking Place Inside Your Printer
  92. Awakening after a sleeping pill: Restoring functional brain networks after severe brain injury
  93. This Product doesn't exist: Building products super fast
  94. No, your clean code won't save the planet
  95. A Nameless Hiker and the Case the Internet Can’t Crack
  96. Episode 13: Andrew Gallant (BurntSushi), creator of ripgrep
  97. Observations and Imaginations — Note Taking Apps
  98. How to deal with Extreme Physical Pain
  99. On Good Judgment and Decision-Making: The Science and Practice - Max's Two Cents
  100. Study helps explain why motivation to learn declines with age
  101. A Hierarchical Tool for Thought
  102. Why I Stopped Using ORMs to Get the Job Done
  103. How software eats money
  104. The 2020 Shopping Spree
  105. Abundance
  106. Why we don't prepare enough for things we want - JFJ
  107. Down the ergonomic keyboard rabbit hole
  108. Neuron 1.0 released
  109. The Idea Lifecycle: Why Good Ideas Are Not Enough - Will Patrick
  110. How Spotify is Killing the Open Podcast Ecosystem
  111. Duck or Rabbit? How Politics Tricks the Brain
  112. Why GPT-3 Can Understand Things
  113. How to design an algorithm
  114. How to remember what you learn
  115. Actively speaking two languages protects against cognitive impairment
  116. Why do we use the Linux kernel's TCP stack?
  117. Color blindness
  118. Magic Wand Rechargeable Teardown – Inside Sex Toys
  119. Spaced repetition, Anki and Execute Program - mike.place
  120. GameDataCrunch: my facts-first game metrics website
  121. Doing discourse better: Stuff I wish I knew
  122. I've become obsessed with networked thought
  123. Taking Notes
  124. Crows possess higher intelligence long thought primarily human - STAT
  125. Alex West | Daily blog
  126. Notes on Notes
  127. Why did I leave my stable job in the middle of a pandemic?
  128. I got married and had kids so you don't have to | Robert Heaton
  129. Taking Notes on Our Feelings
  130. Why We Don't Like Our Underground House
  131. Herding Code 242: The COVID Cabin Fever
  132. How to Become As Rich As Bill Gates
  133. The IKEA Packout
  134. Turtles all the way down.
  135. When you browse Instagram and find former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott's passport number
  136. Disrespectful Design—Users aren’t stupid or lazy
  137. 100 Websites That Shaped The Internet As We Know It
  138. For the Future of Work, Look to Gaming
  139. Things I Learned to Become a Senior Software Engineer
  140. Ian Bebbington - State-of-the-art ML in UWP
  141. What If Certain Mental Disorders Are Not Disorders At All?
  142. Create on Your Terms with Your Community | Patreon Blog
  143. System Programming in 2k20
  144. Home | reMarkable
  145. Optimal Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwiches | Ethan Rosenthal
  146. What's it like as a Senior Engineer?
  147. Story of Vitamin D Toxicity
  148. Building a Second Brain: The Illustrated Notes
  149. Building a Second Brain
  150. How To Remember Anything Forever-ish
  151. A Guide to Autodidactism | Jack Kinsella
  152. Early Startup Employees and Company Growth
  153. Nintendo DS Architecture | A Practical Analysis
  154. How I use Obsidian to manage my goals, tasks, notes, and software development knowledge base
  155. Multitasking Is A Myth. Here's why
  156. Ian Bebbington - On the incredible value proposition of .NET & the Uno Platform
  157. China hires over 100 TSMC engineers in push for chip leadership
  158. The Tragic Physics of the Deadly Explosion in Beirut
  159. Amia Srinivasan · The Sucker, the Sucker! What’s it like to be an octopus? · LRB 6 September 2017
  160. It’s Not You - It’s Your Knowledge Base
  161. How To Understand Systems
  162. “It never gets easier, you just go faster.”
  163. Hedging tail risk, emigration, keyboard superoptimization
  164. Second Innings: SaaS - Harsha Halvi's Blog
  165. Oatly: The New Coke
  166. Surviving Django (if you care about databases) — Daniele Varrazzo
  167. Patterns of Distributed Systems
  168. Physical Attractiveness Bias in the Legal System — The Law Project
  169. Brain-Gut Circuit Lets Microbiota Directly Affect the Sympathetic Nervous System
  170. Hacking Portable Air Conditioners
  171. The mysterious case of man who can read letters—but not numbers—exposes roots of consciousness
  172. Rewrite or Refactor - The Risks of Rewrites
  173. The Toxoplasma Of Rage
  174. Paul Graham's "Same Way"
  175. You Want Options
  176. The Freud Moment
  177. The Art Of Learning For Software Developers
  178. Dance training is superior to repetitive physical exercise in inducing brain plasticity in the elderly
  179. Grab a Shitty Rod and Start Fishing — Dickie Bush
  180. Building the Ultimate Home Office (Again)
  181. PostSharp Blog | Thinking beyond Roslyn source generators and aspect-oriented programming
  182. How to Choose What To Read
  183. ‘Strong Opinions, Weakly Held’ Doesn't Work That Well
  184. Rethinking My Thinking
  185. dendron
  186. Foam: Software as Curation
  187. Tired of note-taking apps
  188. Powerful AI Can Now Be Trained on a Single Computer - IEEE Spectrum
  189. stu2b50
  190. I made a robot to cut my hair with scissors
  191. The Importance of Deep Work & The 30-Hour Method for Learning a New Skill
  192. How to get your first Enterprise customer after having several SMB customers
  193. Is Technology Making Us More Productive?
  194. The More Senior Your Job Title, the More You Need to Keep a Journal
  195. How People Learn — The Brain Basics - Iulian Gulea
  196. nabeelqu
  197. Michael Plant | University of Oxford
  198. The Science Behind The Mask | Don Jones®
  199. Sustaining Performance Under Extreme Stress
  200. Lights and Shadows – Bartosz Ciechanowski
  201. Asus Zephyrus G14 Review
  202. foambubble/foam
  203. This $35 Keyboard for Children Transformed Me Into a Novelist
  204. nabeelqu
  205. Lessons Learned: Giving Feedback as an Engineering Manager
  206. Simulating Liquids in Bottles with a Shader
  207. Sleep Hygiene For Software Engineers
  208. hashcat 6.0.0
  209. GeorgeFloyd Protest - police brutality videos on Twitter
  210. I'm 15 and I slept on the floor for a year. Here's why.
  211. Jonathan Bayless - Handwired Iris Keyboard Build
  212. May 2020 news · Gwern.net
  213. Confessions of a Former Bastard Cop
  214. Black Lives Matter march draws 1,300 in Leavenworth
  215. My current Wiki approach
  216. The Weaponization of Diversity - Silicon Hills Lawyer
  217. How to Save Emails to Pocket
  218. Mark Zuckerberg Believes Only in Mark Zuckerberg
  219. Stop Taking Regular Notes; Use a Zettelkasten Instead
  220. A Guide to Threat Modelling for Developers
  221. A Guide to Threat Modelling for Developers
  222. Obsidian
  223. A Guide to Threat Modelling for Developers
  224. How a Lazy Bitch like me learned to be Productive
  225. Start House
  226. An Amazon Programmer's Perspective (http://pastebin.com/BjD84BQ3)
  227. Zettelkasten — How One German Scholar Was So Freakishly Productive
  228. Mount Everest is Visible From Kathmandu, Nepal for First Time in Living Memory
  229. A Guide to Threat Modelling for Developers
  230. A Guide to Threat Modelling for Developers
  231. Auto Saving Form Data in Blazor
  232. Human Programming Interface | beepb00p
  233. Caddy offers TLS, HTTPS, and more in one dependency-free Go Web server
  234. Auto Saving Form Data in Blazor
  235. Preventing Software Rot
  236. Time is the only real currency we have
  237. Kick The Shit Out Of Procrastination - David Thorpe
  238. UnclePaul
  239. The Keyboardio Atreus
  240. The Devastating Decline of a Brilliant Young Coder
  241. Temporal circuit of macroscale dynamic brain activity supports human consciousness
  242. Stanford researchers devise treatment that relieved depression in 90% of participants in small study
  243. Crafting "Crafting Interpreters" – journal.stuffwithstuff.com
  244. Screencasting Tips and Tools, Part 1 | Big Machine
  245. Concurrent programming, with examples
  246. Fogknife
  247. YAGNI, Cargo Cult and Overengineering - the Planes Won’t Land Just Because You Built a Runway in Your Backyard
  248. DefaultApp – tyler.io
  249. ploeh blog
  250. The polygons of Another World: Atari Jaguar
  251. Amazon.com: Lopbraa Piranha Plants Cannibal Flower Style Plush Slippers Loafer with Pipe Pot Holder for Adults Teens (Piranha Plants): Toys & Games
  252. Work in the Time of Corona
  253. Tips for the Depressed
  254. Wang Xiuying · The Word from Wuhan · LRB 22 February 2020
  255. Not a 'math person'? You may be better at learning to code than you think
  256. How to Make Yourself Into a Learning Machine
  257. HAB1 04.27.2016 Ascent to 31K Meters (103,000 Feet)
  258. SAFE Adventures in F# – Azure From The Trenches
  259. Relating Natural Language Aptitude to Individual Differences in Learning Programming Languages
  260. 📕 The 25 most recommended programming books of all-time.
  261. My Ordinary Life: Improvements Since the 1990s - Gwern.net
  262. Andreessen-Horowitz craps on “AI” startups from a great height
  263. Mathematics for the adventurous self-learner
  264. Asher Wolf – Medium
  265. The Horrifically Dystopian World of Software Engineering Interviews - Blog by Jared Nelsen
  266. This Goes to Eleven (Part. 2/∞)
  267. Different languages, similar encoding efficiency: Comparable information rates across the human communicative niche
  268. SLS Core Stage in Stennis B-2 Stand to start Green Run campaign - NASASpaceFlight.com
  269. Different languages, similar encoding efficiency: Comparable information rates across the human communicative niche
  270. r/BetterEveryLoop - Best dog sledding
  271. Building personal search infrastructure for your knowledge and code | beepb00p
  272. Brute Box 1, 200+ lb The Original Magnet Fishing Bundle (4.72" Magnet + Rope + Carabiner + Threadlocker): Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific
  273. Roam Research – A note taking tool for networked thought.
  274. Become a Better Developer Through Blogging - Steve Gordon
  275. Ben Eater
  276. Episode 39 - gRPC with Mark Rendle
  277. Superintelligence: The Idea That Eats Smart People
  278. Opinion: Why Should I Reward Shitty Cosplay With Free Candy?
  279. Scabs
  281. Files are fraught with peril
  282. fr-08: .the .product by Farbrausch
  283. A Recipe for Training Neural Networks
  284. Amazon.com: Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season Eleven: Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, Patton Oswalt, Hampton Yount, Baron Vaughn, Joel Hodgson: Movies & TV
  285. US $10.71 33% OFF|37mm diameter gearbox halll encoder micro spur gear motor Speed Reduction Geared Motor for robot smart small car-in DC Motor from Home Improvement on AliExpress
  286. r/dataisbeautiful - Is it a Duck or a Rabbit? For Google Cloud Vision, it depends how the image is rotated. [OC]
  287. Chromostereopsis - Wikipedia
  288. Tested: Skydio R1 Autonomous Drone Review - Tested.com
  289. Vitalik Buterin, Creator Of Ethereum, On The Big Guy Vs. The Little Guy - Unchained Podcast
  290. How Information Got Re-Invented - Issue 51: Limits - Nautilus
  291. Game Designer+Artist or Game Designer+Programmer
  292. Friday Squid Blogging: Sharp-Eared Enope Squid - Schneier on Security
  293. Reconstructing SIGSALY - Schneier on Security
  294. Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Lollipops - Schneier on Security
  295. Friday Squid Blogging: New Giant Squid Video - Schneier on Security
  296. Friday Squid Blogging: The Future of the Squid Market - Schneier on Security
  297. Friday Squid Blogging: More Problems with the Squid Emoji - Schneier on Security
  298. Friday Squid Blogging: Problems with the Squid Emoji - Schneier on Security
  299. Security Risks of Chatbots - Schneier on Security
  300. Friday Squid Blogging: Good Squid Fishing in the Exmouth Gulf - Schneier on Security
  301. Friday Squid Blogging: Australian Fisherman Gets Inked - Schneier on Security
  302. Charity - a post on Tom Francis' blog
  303. Quantum Computing, Capabilities and Limits: An Interview with Scott Aaronson – Gigaom
  304. The War To Sell You A Mattress Is An Internet Nightmare
  305. Bomb Jack Dissected
  306. PC Gaming Era GOTY 2018 Awards
  307. The Aggie Awards – The Best Adventure Games of 2018 - page 15 | Adventure Gamers
  308. The RPS Advent Calendar 2018, Dec 24th
  309. » Ten Great Adventure-Game Puzzles The Digital Antiquarian
  310. » Quest for Glory III and IV The Digital Antiquarian
  311. » The Sierra Discovery Adventures The Digital Antiquarian
  312. » The Games of Windows The Digital Antiquarian
  313. » The Dynamic Interactive Narratives of Dynamix The Digital Antiquarian
  314. » The Game of Everything, Part 2: Playing Civilization The Digital Antiquarian
  315. » The Game of Everything, Part 1: Making Civilization The Digital Antiquarian
  316. » The Worlds of Ultima The Digital Antiquarian
  317. » Dr. Brain The Digital Antiquarian
  318. » Sierra at the Cusp of the Multimedia Age The Digital Antiquarian
  319. » Timequest The Digital Antiquarian
  320. » A Tale of the Mirror World, Part 3: A Game of Falling Shapes The Digital Antiquarian
  321. » A Tale of the Mirror World, Part 2: From Mainframes to Micros The Digital Antiquarian
  322. » A Tale of the Mirror World, Part 1: Calculators and Cybernetics The Digital Antiquarian
  323. » The View from the Trenches (or, Some Deadly Sins of CRPG Design) The Digital Antiquarian
  324. » The 640 K Barrier The Digital Antiquarian
  325. » Ultima VI The Digital Antiquarian
  326. » Turning on, Booting up, and Jacking into Neuromancer The Digital Antiquarian
  327. » The Prophet of Cyberspace The Digital Antiquarian
  328. (PDF) Ritual/speech coevolution: a solution to the problem of deception
  329. Shelling Out: The Origins of Money | Satoshi Nakamoto Institute
  330. Make your site’s pages instant in 1 minute