Michael Wolfe's answer to Engineering Management:... →
Yep, sounds about right.
742 - A kitten dies →
Mark Shuttleworth » Blog Archive » Introducing the... →
Very neat! I’ve recently been spending my idle time (not much of it) thinking about how I might design the interface for an operating system, and it looks like Canonical will just do it for me. I still would like to see deeper integration with all the fantastic web apps people use these days. They all have APIs, so why not design the OS around how we use the web?
The culture that is Sweden — Marginal Revolution →
…In December, officials from the country’s tourism board decided that they would hand over the reins of their @sweden Twitter account to a different citizen each week.
My Longest Uptime Yet
wes@shablam:~$ w 08:13:43 up 730 days, 9:36, 1 user, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00 USER TTY FROM LOGIN@ IDLE JCPU PCPU WHAT wes pts/0 cpe-67-250-31-15 08:13 0.00s 0.07s 0.00s w Happy 2nd birthday, shablam!
If you submit a code sample for an application to S7 Labs, make sure it: runs terminates within my lifetime Thank you.
if i die - the digital afterlife facebook... →
When I came to think of every organization as a dysfunctional family, it...– The MIT Connection, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
Building a Twitter Search Engine with Python and... →
Useful tutorial for learning how to use Xapian and Python for full search text. Build a twitter search engine in about 120 lines of code.
BRYCE DOT VC: Conditioning Company Culture →
brycedotvc: Multiple times throughout the conversation he would repeat sayings like, “we think that done is better than perfect” or “we move fast and break things” followed by stories of corporate folklore wherein engineers and employees exemplified those axioms. It was clear that employees who embodied these values were celebrated and held out as examples to the rest of the company. One of...
Brad DeLong: How Does the Cat Survive Alien? →
Welcome to Method of Action →
Upcoming online course + games intended to train developers to be better designers. The kerning game is fun, though I think I’ve got some room for improvement (final score: 85).
How Scottish Scientists Re-Created a... →
Like something out of a Jameson commercial.
Keystone: A Simple Python Web Framework « late.am →
Looks interesting! Might try it out for some simple sites.