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Tweet of the Week
- A terminal case of Linux (fasterthanli.me)
Amos again with a great post starting with color handling in terminals and ending deep in assembly code.
- Start using tools again (h2x.sh)
I love this post as it perfectly explains the direction I’m going towards myself: Simple, working tools without arbitrary constraints.
- People- vs Results-Oriented Management: Both Work! (jacobian.org)
Jacob Kaplan-Moss about different management styles and why having both is beneficial.
- @ShaanVP on Twitter (mobile.twitter.com)
Shaan Puri has relationship advice for business and life.
- As A Solo Developer, I Decided To Offer Phone Support, And This Is What Happened (plumshell.com)
Non Umemoto explains the benefits of offering phone support as a solo developer.
- The First Rule of Machine Learning: Start without Machine Learning (eugeneyan.com)
Eugene Yan about the general principle of starting with heuristics and manual logic before going to ML.
- What is Rust? - Rustacean Principles (rustacean-principles.netlify.app)
A website that lists the values of Rust and “how to Rustacean”.
- New tool: an nginx playground (jvns.ca)
Julia Evans built an NGINX playground and explains why and how.
Cutting Room Floor
- The Facebook files (wsj.com)
Wall Street Journal reporters have five articles about Facebook and how it’s not in control of their platform.
- This study shows how people reason their way through echo chambers — and what might guide them out (niemanlab.org)
Shraddha Chakradhar about a study on echo chambers and what could fix them.
- Small vehicles of Tokyo (medium.com)
Dan Hill collected a fascinating catalogue of small vehicles in the (sometimes) narrow streets of Tokyo.
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