Thursday links

  1. Pixar in a Box from Khan Academy – SUPER cool
  2. Chinese students at Princeton will use code names on their assignments to protect their identities
  3. Palantir is relocating from Silicon Valley to Colorado
  4. I’m a happy SetApp user – now they have iOS apps too
  5. Zaha: an open source visual note taking app
  6. Some cool pictures of Titan

And finally:

Tuesday links

  1. Daring Fireball on the Epic / Apple saga
  2. AI renderings of Roman emperors
  3. XKCD is right about modern software dependencies
  4. More protests in Belarus
  5. Excellent: How Social Media And Bad Behavior Are Leaving Wild Places Trashed
  6. I’m new to mountain biking, so I found this helpful: 7 tips to make getting into it easier (especially the “get ready to be humbled” part!)
  7. The last Blockbuster in the world will soon be available to rent on Airbnnb for just $4 a night
  8. Reflections on proprietary technology, with some examples
  9. History of the web: Fandom, folksonomies, and tagging

Have a great day!

Tuesday links

Some interesting links to start your day off:

  1. Ariana Pekary on leaving MSNBC as a journalist: “We are a cancer and there is no cure,” a successful and insightful TV veteran said to me. “But if you could find a cure, it would change the world.”
  2. ETHMail is a simple email hosting service for ethereum wallets
  3. Super cool! The UX of LEGO Interface Panels
  4. GitHub shipped a new language support system for their code navigation system
  5. @mronge from Astropad released a template for their SaaS projection spreadsheet
  6. The Truth is Paywalled but the Lies are Free (honestly, the bulk of the article is in the title)