Hacker News Audio Summary – November, 26 2017

Headlines for Hacker News on November, 26 2017 Teenagers are growing more anxious and depressed due to Social Media Simplified and community-driven man pages A Complete CMS with No Server and 18 Lines of Code – Netlify VNC, RDP and SSH Over HTML5 LIL, the Little Implementation Language (1974) Carp, a compiled Lisp with type

Hacker News Audio Summary – November, 25 2017

Headlines for Hacker News on November, 25 2017 Practical Unix Manuals: mdoc Ask HN: CS Papers for software architecture/design? Linked List Problems [pdf] Why Nuclear Power Professionals Are Serious About Joking Around Miller’s Law – An Important Rule in Product Design and Life Management More Than a Million Pro-Repeal Net Neutrality Comments Were Likely Faked

Hacker News Audio Summary – November, 16 2017

Headlines for Hacker News on November, 16 2017 Why Education Startups Do Not Succeed (2011) Code together in real time with Teletype for Atom Towards Linux Kernel Memory Safety Concise Electronics for Geeks (2010) Numpy: Plan for dropping Python 2.7 support People.ai (YC S16)is seeking Senior Engineers for ambitious big data platform Is billionaire VC

Hacker News Audio Summary – November, 20 2017

Headlines for Hacker News on November, 20 2017 The Shortest Papers Ever Published (2016) Perl and Undecidability (2008) Theories of civilisational ‘collapse’ grow less convincing when scrutinised What’s wrong with the default build tool for Scala Micro Scisky: A 32-bit Open-Source Brushed Flight Controller How Politics and Bad Decisions Starved New York’s Subways Travelling together

Hacker News Audio Summary – November, 19 2017

Headlines for Hacker News on November, 19 2017 Intel will ship processors with integrated AMD graphics and memory More Than 100 Universities and Colleges Included in Offshore Leaks Database Six Years After Fukushima, Robots Finally Find Reactors’ Melted Uranium Fuel My Apology to Naomi Wu and the Make Community Qubes OS: A reasonably secure operating

China’s Nightmarish Social Credit System

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Hacker News Audio Summary – November, 5 2017

Headlines for Hacker News on November, 5 2017 Earth on AWS – open geospatial data Lessons of an MIT Education Show HN: Powerful python validation library Show HN: GAN Playground – Play with Generative Adversarial Neural Nets In-Browser Craniopagus Twins Share a Brain and See Out of Each Others Eyes The man who built a

iPhone X Teardown and Analysis!

The iPhone X is the iPhone that Steve Jobs imagined. He ran out of time to build it, but he built the team that eventually did. Now we’re going to take it apart! Want to learn more about Face ID check out our video Check out the full teardown on our Site Get your very

iPhone X review

The iPhone X is now in stores. The iPhone X is clearly the best iPhone ever made. It’s thin, it’s powerful, it has ambitious ideas about what cameras on phones can be used for, and it pushes the design language of phones into a strange new place. It is a huge step forward in terms

Hacker News Audio Summary – November, 2 2017

Headlines for Hacker News on November, 2 2017 Linus Shares His Views on Recent Kernel Regression ‘Big Void’ Identified in Khufu’s Great Pyramid at Giza Google’s AI Wizard Unveils a New Twist On Neural Networks Linux containers in 500 lines of code SEC warns famous crypto-currency backers What every systems programmer should know about lockless