…by James Golick and, who want to talk about things concrete, not like that Hacker BS.
I'd love to see the The idea we live in a simulation isn't science fiction . Magic anyone?:
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…to my laptop and keep it on when working. Instead of swapping tabs over toor Hacker to get distracted, I've been trying to use my Mini as a focus point instead.
Here's what my board looks like, and what data it contains:
How many unanswered tickets our on-call queue holds
Who's responsible for on-call right now across the company
A graph of exceptions across all apps over the past 6 hours
Latest exceptions directly from our monitoring…
…well I'm gainfully unemployed, so that's no problem. I'll just take my iPad, browse Hacker News in the corner here for a little while, then we'll get the massage when you can do it."
15 minutes later, she comes back to me and said, "Hey, I know I told you it would take two hours, but it would be really, really helpful for me if I could massage your shoulders right now." I said, "Sure, no problem, can I ask why?" She said, "I had this slot booked …
…was Firebase . It feels like every day there's a new headline hitting Hacker that involves in some way. It's an exciting product.
Firebase enables you to very quickly store data, so you don't even need your own server . Perfect if you're alike me who doesn't like managing servers and databases. On top of that, any data changes are real time .
It's just a matter of including the Firebase…
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Hacker terrible and obvious mistakes in typography, color theory, and web application performance , as well as terrible but subtle mistakes in application design . Anyway, Hacker Newspaper loads very quickly and renders very quickly, because it features a simple , and very few external assets, so …is a miniapp like btcusd.gilesb.com, but for Hacker , which I had written a few years earlier. I wrote it because Hacker News makes (in my opinion)
…Thank you so much for taking the time to have a podcast with us today. I was just looking back at Hacker thread we met on ], I realized I have known you for exactly 1,300 days.today, because I gave it up for Lent, but now that I'm back and can check [on the
Matt : [laughs]
: You had your first HN post of Stormpulse about three years ago or so, give or take, and it was a like, "Rate my brief elevator pitch," and I gave you some advice on …
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…amusements with trivial benefits and significant long-term downsides, like junk food, television, and Hacker it's good for advertising my products (which is another thing it has in common with TV and Hacker News). Second, I have a Twitter account where I used to post new music daily , and I still post a lot of new music there. That's been very good for me in terms of developing …. However, I'm not totally throwing away forever. First,
…replaced and that it's the only layer that really exists. Good discussion on Hacker News .
As we've seen major web human curated content , with humans doing the indexing. Or is that just what the machines want them to think?transition back to black hole portal type sites, where attention enters and never escapes the event horizon, thinks we are also trending back to
Complexity accretes. Rails, You Have Turned into. Congratulations! …