a more or less weekly digest of juicy stuff
- best practices for designing a pragmatic restful api
- python one-liners
- you can't impress developers. so don't try
- if carpenters were hired like programmers
- the facebook experiment has failed, let’s go back
- social roulette: when you don’t own yourself
- why you can't dislike something on facebook
- why should i care what color the bikeshed is?
- the blind men and the elephant
- some will always say you're wrong
- ignore the news. why i gave up listening to mainstream news so i could concentrate on things that matter
- don't sell your time for a living
- the surprising psychology of how names shape our thoughts
- nature's playground, a campaign designed to entice visitors to explore, enjoy, savour and touch
- researcher decodes prairie dog language, discovers they've been talking about us
- this experiment proved that anyone could design a nuclear weapon
- peter principle: employees tend to rise to their level of incompetence
- was the destruction of the death star an inside job?
- giorgio moroder live at deep space
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