Integrating vim into your life →
I didn’t realise MacVim had a fullscreen mode.. Nice! Also: an earlier post with some more good tips.
Markov Chaining Kickstarter Blurbs →
“This also doubles as a Kickstarter project idea generator” via Waxy
Inception: Jeffrey Kurland Costume Q&A →
An interesting read about the costume design in Inception. Sharp!
The 2009 Felton Annual Report →
This is such a cool idea.. with some superb infographics. “Each day in 2009, I asked every person with whom I had a meaningful encounter to submit a record of this meeting through an online survey. These reports form the heart of the 2009 Annual Report.”
35 Lessons in 35 Years →
All good lessons.
The Tragic Death of Practically Everything →
Oh the humanity!
Rails 3.0: It's ready! →
Congrats to the Rails team! A massive achievement.
Less Framework 2 →
How to do open source →
fooyeahcode: bookhling: Nice post on how to behave when contributing to opensource projects, like those on github. Stuff like this should be made part of regular high school curriulum if you ask me.
Laser Microscope →
Adam Atomic Talks Canabalt - IndieGame: The Movie (by IndieGame: The Movie)
Four Signs of an Awesome Coder →
Wow.. this guy is amazing at stroking my ego.
I’ve got a voucher on my desk for anyone who beats me. It’s a cab...– Dax
Implementing a Partial Serial Number Verification... →
Interesting stuff. How to implement a serial number system that’s hard to crack with a keygen.
I threatened, chased, arrested, and killed people. I even died. I didn’t just...– Searching For Me in Red Dead Redemption
C500k in Action at Urban Airship →
Impressive. Half a million simultaneous connections handled by a single EC2 instance using Java’s NIO (“new/non-blocking” IO).
Readme Driven Development →
Insightful stuff. Recommended.
Traffic Experiments -- How to clear traffic jams →
Why aren't you using git-flow? →
An interesting extension to git to implement a certain workflow model.
How to Run a Meeting →
Rands talks about running a meeting. Insightful stuff.
Red Eye →
Hilarious! via Kottke
The Future of Compiler Optimization →
Looks interesting. To read…
Australia gets its own Y Combinator-type fund →
Good to see the startup scene in Australia isn’t dead. I hope this works out well.
Sass Language Design: Philosophy & Approach →
IE7 is such a bogan– Josh
Adobe partners with Typekit to bring legendary... →
Ask HN: Can you make a living with free flash... →
Apparently it’s possible to make money from free flash games… who knew?
People default to having only a shallow, cursory understanding of the things...– Reinvent the Wheel
What I mean when I use the MIT license →
This is pretty much the same reason why I use the MIT license. “I make stuff because I want to learn things. Sometimes I have a good idea, and I want to share it. I’m not a business, and I don’t care about money.”
Looks highly useful.
The Acts of God Algorithm →
Really interesting article along with a hot-as-hell design. I wish all articles on the web were like this.
Painting by Numbers →
Neat hack. (via Waxy)
It’s actually not that hard. Use a decent camera. Go easy on the flash....– Don’t Be Ugly By Accident! « OkTrends
My JS1K Demo - The Making Of →
Achievements Considered Harmful? →
An interesting article that looks at some of psychology behind rewards and motivation in games.
P ≠ NP– Vinay Deolalikar