76 / An end to doomerism
Welcome back to Arne's Weekly! I had an amazing time in Barcelona, hope you're doing well too ✌🏻
Tweet of the Week
i used to be young and cool and now when it rains i say things like “this is good. we needed this” — @elykreimendahl on Twitter
11 min · craigmod.com
Craig Mod writes an ode to electric bikes so compelling that I want to buy one now.
9 min · bigthink.com
Dr. Hannah Ritchie about pessimism and why realistic optimism is more productive.
14 min · snyder.substack.com
Timothy Snyder about a possible ending of the war that they argue is way more likely than the alternatives.
3 min · learningfromincidents.io
An article about learning from surprises instead of incidents.
3 min · world.hey.com/jorge
Jorge Manrubia about his experience as a 40-year old programmer.
4 min · cnbc.com
Morgan Smith about Chris Capossela's system for hard conversations.
5 min · go.dev
Michael Knyszek lists past improvements of the Go runtime and introduces the new soft memory limit configuration.
4 min · unencumberedbyfacts.com
Jason Munro about the JMAP protocol and why it's so much better than IMAP.
7 min · foonathan.net
Jonathan about new integer types that could make some problems go away (e.g. by being symmetric).
5 min · computerenhance.com
Casey Muratori argues that you shouldn't use radians in code.
17 min · blog.yoshuawuyts.com
Yoshua Wuyts about the benefits of the async architecture in Rust.
9 min · blog.vivekpanyam.com
Vivek Panyam shares the perspective of an experienced C++ engineer using Rust.
18 min · matklad.github.io
Aleksey Kladov writes a ray-tracer in Rust without dynamic memory allocation.
17 min · github.com/rochacbruno
Bruno Rocha has an extensive guide to learn Rust coming from Python.
Cutting Room Floor
6 min · variety.com
William Shatner became the oldest living person to travel into space, but experienced the "Overview Effect".
6 min · protos.com
This article exposes some of the shady tactics of ”crypto influencers“, including the old-time classic pump and dump.
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