Issue #213 // August 15, 2014 // View in your browser

Enjoy and have a great weekend! kale


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First-Person Hyper-lapse Videos
//microsoft comments

Edward Snowden: The Untold Story
//wired comments

X to close
//medium comments

Storemapper: Bootstrapped to $50k/year in 2 years
//tylertringas comments

Let's compile Wolfenstein 3D like its 1992
//fabiensanglard comments

Awesome Screenshot URL tracking and niki-bot
//mig5 comments

Email Is Still the Best Thing on the Internet
//theatlantic comments

Stop Building Products Nobody Wants – How to Validate Your Business Idea
//hatchery comments

CD Baby, a Company for the Niche Musician
//nytimes comments

#Ask HN

Who isn't in the software industry/not a hacker? //ycombinator

What info do you web scrape for? //ycombinator

#Show HN

Polaroid Cube //polaroid comments

Stressed and burned out, so I created 1st app – Remember Win //rememberwinapp comments

Improve your Chess: Codecademy for Chess //chesscademy comments

Guacamole – HTML5 Clientless Remote Desktop //guac-dev comments

Amazon Local Register //amazon comments

AngularJS + Bootstrap Responsive Dashboard //github comments – Meeting Minutes Made Useful //opp comments

Self-hosted project management application //92fiveapp comments

Startuplister – A startup directory listing service //startuplister comments


What happens if you write a TCP stack in Python? //jvns comments

Pythonpy – the swiss army knife of the command line //github comments

Painting in Clojure //tombooth comments

Toga: A Python native, OS native GUI toolkit //pybee comments

Roda – A new ruby web framework //jeremyevans comments


Open Source Email Templates //sendwithus comments

Transactional HTML Email Templates //mailgun comments

Marka: Icon transformations //fian comments


Sweden Solar System //wikipedia comments

Doomsday rule: calculate the day for any date //wikipedia comments


Reverse Engineering for Beginners //beginners comments

Python Practice Book //anandology comments

Almost perfect: the rise and fall of WordPerfect Corporation (1993) //wordplace comments

Computational Introduction to number theory algebra //shoup comments

Traffic Signal Timing Manual: Traffic Signal Design //dot comments

The U.S. Digital Services Playbook //github comments


Lightspeed – A Browser Experiment //mozilla comments

The Inner Guts of Bitbucket //bitbucket comments

Interactive Design and Optimization of Model Airplanes //youtube comments


They're Made out of Meat? //terrybisson comments

Matasano Security Crypto Challenges //cryptopals comments

How I built an audio book reader for my nearly blind grandfather //github comments

I'm building my very own, original Game for the Nintendo GameBoy //github comments