Highlights from the Web

Dialogue's Guiding Principles, or a Healthy Hatred of OOP


I don't entirely agree with what he says, but I do see his point. The paradigm for OOP isn't something I gave much thought to, but the fact that isolated processes running concurrency is one of the three main points is interesting. I think up until now most programming languages like C++/Java enforce OOP in a "hobbed" way since multiprocessor systems were very uncommon. This article is good for thinking about what OOP actually means.

April 17, 2016

The Sugar Conspiracy


The dark side of science and the ugliness of humanity. Interesting read about sugar and nutrition too.

April 7, 2016

Advanced Linux Programming


Another book I should read. Learn about relatively low level Linux OS stuff.

March 26, 2016

The Synthesizer Academy



March 19, 2016

Researchers create super-efficient Wi-Fi


This is cool. When there's good wired infrastructure, this could come in handy for phones and smart-watches.

March 17, 2016

Minesweeper MMO


Pretty cool, check it out! You can even make custom icons for your flags.

March 13, 2016

Scientists have found a way to help you learn new skills twice as fast


Interesting. I notice myself doing this unconciously for certain tasks/video games. Makes a lot of sense.

February 20, 2016

Look at these goddamn links

Hey maaan, these snippets from the internet are p. cool imo. You should check them out. I think you should waste a bunch of time looking at them. It's totally worth it.

Cool Links from the Web

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