Sunday, March 20, 2016

What have I been reading this week? (20160320)

A bit more time for reading this week. The "shiny" has worn off of my new fascination with Docker, mostly because of my effort to Docker-ize Java programs (problematic at best). While I did write/adapt a few new programs for my own use, my note-taking went neglected (the "to do" list is a bit long now). Playing catch-up seems to have the highest priority.


- sdhand/x11fs - A tool for manipulating X11 windows


- Forget About It: Your Middle-Aged Brain Is Not On The Decline
- Intel Marrying FPGA, Beefy Broadwell for Open Compute Future
- Autoconf Tutorial - Part 1


- Mathematicians Discover Prime Conspiracy Quanta Magazine


- tcpdump is amazing
- How a Ragtag Gang of Retirees Pulled Off the Biggest Jewel Heist in British History
- The Translation Paradox
- Illegal Math
- If You Had 15 Days to Learn Calculus, How Would You Do It?
- Amazon and eBay to be held liable for VAT fraud by sellers


- Adjusting with Moore's Law


- SQLite with a Fine-Toothed Comb

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.

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