Arnes Weekly: What really happened at Basecamp
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Tweet of the week
FAANG = Friendster, Angelfire, AOL, Napster, GeoCities — @waxpancake on Twitter
- What really happened at Basecamp — Casey Newton has a differentiated overview.
- Show your costs to boost sales — Thomas McKinlay about radical transparency when it comes to a product's costs.
- Why you should put salaries on your job ads — Bailey Kursar talks about competitive vs. fair salaries. “If you’re worried that your current staff will find out they’re underpaid, stop underpaying them.”
- 99 Additional Bits of Unsolicited Advice — Number 85 will surprise you (just kidding, but the list is great). By Kevin Kelly.
- Costs of iterators and Zero Cost Abstractions in Rust — Michael Barber compares benchmarks for iterator patterns in C#, Java and Rust.
- Go Modules Cheat Sheet — Handy guide on go modules by André Eriksson.
- This is not a standard Go project layout — Russ Cox on the "Standard Go Project Layout".
- My current HTML boilerplate — A reference for starting a new web project by Manuel Matuzovic. The HN discussion is also worth checking out.
- 136 facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape painting or nude modelling — Baldur Bjarnason has collected an amazing list, definitely check this out.
- LegoMicroscope — A microscope built almost entirely from Lego.
- Turning an iPad Pro into the Ultimate Classic Macintosh — Matt Sephton runs System 7 on his iPad Pro.
- The REAL Reason McDonalds Ice Cream Machines Are Always Broken — Johnny Harris investigates the reasons for broken McDonalds machines.
Cutting Room Floor
- GitHub Pages now block FLoC — and you should, too! Add a
Permissions-Policy: interest-cohort=()header to your site.
- Grand jury subpoena for Signal user data, Central District of California — Signal can provide "Unix timestamps for when each account was created and the date that each account last connected to the Signal service". Nothing else.
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