Building a More Honest Internet
Hope you had a great week, enjoy your Sunday and this weeks issue! 🙌
Tweet of the week
graphics cards against humanity — @computerfact on Twitter
- My Leadership Document — 2021 Edition (subbu.org) — Subbu Allamaraju about 3 beliefs and 6 behaviours he enforces and practices.
- Encourage Teams To Take Risks (designfrontier.net) — Daniel Sellers about why taking risks can be a deciding factor for growth.
- The Power of Product Thinking (a16z.com) — Julie Zhuo about the skill of knowing what makes a product useful — and loved — by people.
- Cool URIs don’t change (w3.org) — “URIs don’t change: people change them.” The author explains why you shouldn’t change your URLs and that there is little excuse to do so. (If that link still 503s, you can read it on the Wayback Machine.)
- Modern Unix (github.com/ibraheemdev) — A collection of modern command-line tools, by Ibraheem Ahmed.
- Ask HN: Tools you have made for yourself? (news.ycombinator.com) — Super interesting to see what kind of tools are made just for to scratch a personal itch.
- The levels of Emacs proficiency (vivekhaldar.com) — Vivek Haldar about the 6 levels of Emacs. I’m somewhere around level 3.
- Emacs Love Tale (emacs.love) — Guilherme Guerra tells a beautiful story creating an editor that their use, based on Emacs.
- The story of my worst bug (twitter.com) — Patrick McKenzie tells the story of their worst bug, resulting in spamming every client (including automatically calling them).
Cutting Room Floor
- Note taking in 2021 (dornea.nu) — Victor Dorneanu about modern note taking and Zettelkasten. If you’re interested, check out my personal digital garden: Arnes notes.
- Building a More Honest Internet (cjr.org) — Ethan Zuckerman about how social media looked if it served the public interests.
- Safari 15 on Mac OS, a user interface mess (morrick.me) — Riccardo Mori criticises the new Safari that is coming with macOS Monterey.
- How To Win At Risk By Using Systems Thinking (thesystemisdown.substack.com) — Andy Patton sues systems thinking to create the ultimate strategy for the boardgame Risk.
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