Issue #287 // February 12, 2016 // View in your browser


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Physicists Detect Gravitational Waves, Proving Einstein Right
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Show HN: I've been writing daily TILs for a year
//github comments

Maybe: run a command, see what it does to your files without actually doing it
//github comments

The Malware Museum
//archive comments

SSH: Best practices
//0xbadc0de comments

ZCash (formerly Zerocash/Zerocoin) technology preview
//z comments

AI That Annoys Telemarketers
//jollyrogertelephone comments

Introducing Vector Networks: Generalized path editing for graphics
//medium comments

I am a puts debuggerer
//tenderlovemaking comments

Sprout Life
//github comments

#Show HN

Htop 2.0 released, now cross-platform //hisham comments

Deco Software – React Native IDE //decosoftware comments – open-source real-time server with pub/sub and data sync //deepstream comments

LogDNA – Easy logging in the cloud //logdna comments

Twtxt – Decentralised, minimalist microblogging service for hackers //github comments

Zappa – Serverless Python/Django on AWS Lambda //gun comments

Adblock via /etc/hosts //github comments


Dragula: Drag and drop so simple it hurts //github comments

How to do distributed locking //kleppmann comments

Diff So Fancy: make Git diffs look good //github comments

The Deadlock Empire – Slay dragons, master concurrency //github comments

Records: Python library for making raw SQL queries to Postgres databases //github comments

Convert curl commands to Go code //github comments

Pippo – Web framework in Java //pippo comments

Kill Your Dependencies //mikeperham comments


Bokeh – a Python interactive visualization library //pydata comments

Jheronimus Bosch – The Garden of Earthly Delights – Interactive //ntr comments


Old Tjikko, the oldest living clonal Norway Spruce //wikipedia comments

Breeding back //wikipedia comments


Princeton Bitcoin textbook is now freely available //freedom-to-tinker comments

Usborne 1980s computer programming books for kids become free downloads //usborne comments


J.C.R. Licklider on the History of Personal Workstations (1986) //youtube comments

Oculus Connect 2: Live Coding Session with John Carmack //youtube comments

How Do Genetic Algorithms Work? //youtube comments


Chart Shows Who Marries CEOs, Doctors, Chefs and Janitors //bloomberg comments

We're ditching the office completely //buffer comments

High Salaries Haunt Some Job Hunters //wsj comments


A Truck the Russians Make for $50K //jalopnik comments

My first programs: Old Pascal programs I wrote in the early nineties //github comments