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froggy-fran:

This took me all day and I regret nothing.

Enjoy.

blakemasters:

Here is an essay version of my class notes from Class 9 of CS183: Startup. Errors and omissions are my own. Credit for good stuff is Peter’s entirely.

CS183: Startup—Notes Essay—Class 9—If You Build It, Will They Come?

I. Definitions

Distribution is something of a catchall term….

heyoscarwilde:

behind the scenes on Batman

via harald-haefker

zackarymorris:

I stumbled onto this post the other day through Hacker News. Basically Ryan Dahl (the guy who wrote node.js, a web framework that makes running web servers easy with javascript) called out the deplorable state of software today.

I fully agree with him.

And here’s why - I’ve seen…

textsfromhillaryclinton:

A submission from Secretary Hillary Clinton.
Original image by Diana Walker for Time.

textsfromhillaryclinton:

A submission from Secretary Hillary Clinton.

Original image by Diana Walker for Time.

gaberivera:

Something bothered me about Simon Dumenco’s piece about Huffington Post yesterday. Not the substance of his column, which was valid and well-argued, nor the favorable comparison to Techmeme, which was, well, favorable to Techmeme.

What irked me was the reminder that “aggregator” is a rather…

inspredwood:

First four minutes of the first episode of The Legend of Korra

Courtesy goes to James

It’s all previously released footage but seeing it all come together is always a treat.

Download link here

hjortureh:

Spine vs Backbone

Spine and Backbone are two Javascript MVC frameworks that look very similar on the surface but under the hood there are key differences. The purpose of this article is to highlight these differences and hopefully make it easier to choose which framework fits your needs.

The basics