Saturday, October 31, 2015

What have I been reading this week? (20151031)

2015-10-25

- Seven Things I Did To Reboot My Life - WIL WHEATON dot NET
- How I won $5000 at a Facebook hackathon without a single line of code

2015-10-26

- Reading and writing are less symmetric than you probably think
- Write Like You Talk

2015-10-28

- A Penny for Your Books
- Please Do Not Steal My Code, Mock My Analysis, and Present My Ideas as Your Own
- More ways to Wi-Fi with the new ASUS OnHub
- The Thirty-Seven Basic Plots According to a Screenwriter of the Silent Film Era
- Making Sense of Dell EMC VMware

2015-10-29

- What Happens When You Enter the Witness Protection Program?
- License Plate Readers Exposed! How Public Safety Agencies Responded to Major Vulnerabilities in Vehicle Surveillance Tech
- For the First Time Ever a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man
- Caution: Copy-Pasting URLs from Google Search can Leak Previous Searches
- Landmark for Hidden Services: .onion names reserved by the IETF
- The military lost control of a giant unmanned surveillance blimp
- Inside the Secretive World of Elite Wealth Management
- VC Guru Fred Wilson Hints The Blockchain Could Create the Next Google - Blockchain News

2015-10-31

- Scientists identify main component of brain repair after stroke

2015-11-01

- From the Them's-Fighting-Words Department: BusyBox removes support for systemd

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