Sunday Links, Late April
Quite a few links in my pile of links to share. Here they are in no particular order:
- The Register: 'I feel violated': Engineer who pointed out traffic signals flaw fined for 'unlicensed engineering' - Oregon has laws against pointing out flaws.
- Mic: Inside the elite meme wars of America's most exclusive colleges
- Google Research: Experimental Nighttime Photography with Nexus and Pixel - What if phones but too many night pictures averaged together?
- First Round Review: Fralic's 7 Rules for Making Memorable Connections
- Sarah Kendzior: The tale of the dictator’s daughter and her prince
- SSH Port - come gather round the terminal and hear the story of how one core service got its port.
- BBC: Sheep are not stupid, and they are not helpless either - Get woke on sheep,
- New York Times: Comey Tried to Shield the F.B.I. From Politics
- Salon: Kindergartners get little time to play. Why does it matter? - The push for success starts early.
- The Atlantic: Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria - Another take on the failure of Google Books.
- Maciej Cegłowski: Build a Better Monster: Morality, Machine Learning, and Mass Surveillance - A talk about strategies for ethical progress in tech.
- What city is the microbrew capital of the US? - Fun use of IP geolocation to personalize the headline.
- Waxy: The Flagpole Sitta Lip Dub Turns 10
- How To Host Your Own Private Git Repositories