Daily Articles: March 18, 2017

Meet the Artist Using Ritual Magic to Trap Self-Driving Cars – Creators

Well, it’s actually science, but for James Bridle science and magic aren’t that distinct. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Non-Artistic Style Transfer (or How to Draw Kanye using Captain Picard’s Face)

In fast.ai’s Deep Learning Part 2 with @jeremyphoward and @math_rachel we’ve been learning about generative models, which inspired me to… – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

History of Deep Learning

A brief history of neural networks from World War 2 to the present day. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Notes on Production-Ready Microservices

I recently read Susan Fowler’s book, and found it really helpful working in microservice architecture and in thinking about my own startup… – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Seizure-inducing tweet leads to a new kind of prosecution

A Maryland man is charged with intentionally inducing a seizure by sending a message to a Newsweek journalist. Experts say it’s a new era for such types of alleged crimes. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Hard Technology Problems

A monthly newsletter featuring stories of the trials and triumphs of technological innovation in complex, regulated industries. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Why Chess Fans Hate the Movies

From backwards boards to king-flipping, Hollywood just cannot get chess right. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Marine Corps guidelines now ban online sexual harassment

It’s an important step, but will it do much to prevent future scandals? – Engadget

March 18th, 2017 Engadget, Tech News

How (not) to complicate to profit?

One of the common tactics to earn a fortune in any industry, is complicate to profit. Creating confusion and causing chaos can work to your advantage. There is even an entire chapter in The Art of War dedicated to cause confusion. It works for a simple reason: we are more – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Terms and Conditions as a graphic novel

Terms and Conditions [R. Sikoryak] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Master satirist tackles the contract everyone agrees to but no one reads “Mischievous – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Is Microsoft boiling the users to death, by not boiling the experts?

YesYou are an “expert”, a so-called power-user. You rolled your eyes at the headline, said “dumb ass”, and thought about moving on. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Letter of Recommendation: Stump the Bookseller

A blog about children’s books demonstrates the universal pain of mostly forgotten memories. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

JuniorJobs – Entry-level jobs in UK tech

JuniorJobs is a list of entry level jobs in the tech industry. Updated daily! – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Slant – Best keyboard for programming

After considering 42 keyboards for programming, the Slant community recommends CM Storm QuickFire Rapid for providing the best value for money, Kinesis Advantage2 for being the most ergonomic mechanical keyboard and Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 for being the most ergonomic non-mechanical keyboard. These recommendations are the result of thousands of contributions from the Slant community. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

SVRF may have the answer to VR’s search problem

For websites we had Google. For videos, YouTube. For products, Amazon. For general reference, Wikipedia. For Gifs, Giphy. Well when VR and AR devices become.. – TechCrunch

March 18th, 2017 Tech News, TechCrunch

clabasky/codeinthecards

Contribute to codeinthecards development by creating an account on GitHub. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

The Secret of the Crazy-Tough Water Bear, Finally Revealed

Researchers claim to have found a protein that makes the water bear so insanely tough. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

The Tao of Louis CK

Before I give a talk, I listen to Louis CK. Before an interview. Before I write. Before I see my kids. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Amass Appeal: What’s the deal with collecting? – AARP

What’s the deal with collecting? Why do so many go so batty over stamps, coins, garden gnomes, and just about anything else? – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

AMIGA OS 3.9 User’s Manual (English)

Wydawca literatury dla użytkowników komputerów retro. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

US Marine Corps issues new social media guidance following naked photo sharing scandal

Following the revelation that hundreds of Marines were under investigation for sharing naked pictures of female service members, Marine Commandant General Robert Neller issued a new guidance for… – The Verge

March 18th, 2017 Tech News, The Verge

Web 3.0

Whatever happened to Web 3.0? What was it? Did it ever happen? I’ve seen multiple attempts at definitions. Things about Artificial… – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Elon Musk calls for universal income after robots take human jobs

Elon Musk has said a universal income will eventually need to be adopted as human workers are replaced by robots. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Kids on winning robotics team told, ‘Go back to Mexico’

The day should have been one of glory and celebration for five fourth-graders from an Indianapolis elementary school. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Forget Panama: it’s easier to hide your money in the US than almost anywhere

The term tax haven may evoke images of exotic locales, but Panama actually ranks as the 13th most attractive spot for hiding assets, while the US lies third – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

For the platform that is Hooker Rank

Hacker Rank is infamous for conducting & cashing on a largely debated type of pre-interview screening process, a.k.a. flip a binary tree… – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Hypereal Claims Min-Spec PC VR Solution That Matches Oculus’ ASW

Hypereal is working on a mysterious new VR headset called the Pano that claims to be able to do room-scale and offer hand tracked controllers. – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News

Hacking through the years: a brief history of cyber crime

Cybercrime is often thought of as a type of modern warfare, but hacking practices have been around longer than you might expect. 187… – Hacker News

March 18th, 2017 Hacker News, Tech News