Sunday, January 24, 2016

What have I been reading this week? (20160124)

The listing is a bit sparse as I spent the week learning about (and playing with) Docker and various Docker containers. I now have very nice set ups for Guacamole, Shout-IRC, and an in-progress web-based home-grown container controller. I've also decided that Booktype 2.0 is more hype than anything else (being non-intuitive, bloated (dozens of dependencies) and being able to produce less than my home-grown Docbook editor (okay, something in the "publish" code is definitely borked)).

2016-01-19

- Announcing sshexport
- Making WhatsApp free and more useful
- Retirement of certain Google search APIs
- Crashing Your Browser

2016-01-20

- Sort Faster with FPGAs
- Adblock Plus blocked from attending online ad industry s big annual conference
- Announcing Wolfram Programming Lab Wolfram Blog

2016-01-22

- Learn R From Scratch Part 1
- Learn R From Scratch Part 2
- Learn R From Scratch Part 3

2016-01-24

- How deep is the snow on Jill's bucket?

Above was generated by a homegrown bolt-on script for Wallabag, which is a free utility for capturing web content so that it can be read later.