Hello, Chair — Makers of Fine Machine Learning... →
It’s pretty surprising how broadly a good recommendation engine can be applied. Their app looks really useful.
An obituary of a Prime Minister →
New closure syntax: function(x) x * x .. not bad!
Blub Paradox →
I <3 the old c2 wiki. It’s still relevant and informative to this day.
May you program in an interesting language.– The Axis Of Eval
A List Apart: Responsive Web Design →
A fantastic technique for designing fluid layouts. Also, check out Hicksdesign and try resizing your browser. (via Trivium)
PHP and Memcached: The state of things →
Summary: There are two extensions called memcache and memcached. Both extensions suck in different ways.
SSH server implemented in PHP →
Totally crazy. Respect. :-)
Attack of the Cosmic Rays! →
“Detailed tale of a careful proof that an error was caused by a single flipped bit in RAM.” — The stuff nightmares are made of. :-O
Code as Craft →
Pretty interesting looking blog. By the engineers behind Etsy.
Audioslave — Gasoline
GitHub founder tells you how to bootstrap a... →
Great talk. Recommended.
An epic of epic epicness– Mathmatazz
Hacker Angels →
Pretty cool. Some smart and successful hackers offering advice. I can’t help but think of Ian Thorpe and Jackie O every time I read the name though. Gah!
Ask HN: How to become a millionaire in 3 years? →
Actually quite an interesting discussion thread.
Letter to a Young PL Enthusiast →
An excellent post by The Axis Of Eval.
Black Sabbath — Fairies Wear Boots (Instrumental)
District 9 design concepts. →
Some very cool concept art.
Whyday: 19 August 2010 →
“On August 19, 2009, Why the Lucky Stiff withdrew from the online community. We in the Ruby community wish him well, but we really miss him.”
After 15 years of practice... →
Really insightful article by Derek Sivers.
Springy 1.0 →
Finally got around to doing a somewhat proper release of the latest Springy code.
Banana equivalent dose - Wikipedia →
Apparently bananas are naturally radioactive.. cool!
Writing great documentation →
This looks useful. I really should try to improve my (technical) writing skills. To read..
How To Spot A Spook →
Interesting article (from 1974!) about how to spot a CIA operative. For some reason, I keep imagining Brad Pitt repeating the words “Osbourne Cox” in his “secret spy shit” voice.
Making an iPad HTML5 App & making it really fast →
Some good tips.
Firefox 4: CSS3 calc() →
Oh calc(), where have you been all my life?
The IT Crowd (US version) →
Sacré bleu! D-:
Neato, could be useful.
Web App Client Questionnaire →
Actually not a bad questionnaire on creating a new web app.
A Plan for Résumé Spam →
Really insightful post by Reg. It sounds like there’s some room for algorithmic smarts in the hiring market.
Apple's HTML5 and Web Standards website →
html5watch: Apple just launched a website which demoes some great examples of rich webpages made using standards-based technologies. A fantastic resource.