The Tragedy of "The Tragedy of the Commons" - Scientific American Blog Network
The man who wrote one of environmentalism’s most-cited essays was a racist, eugenicist, nativist and Islamaphobe—plus his argument was wrong
environment  misc 
2 days ago
Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program. It synchronizes files between two or more computers and replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it's transmitted over the internet.
opensource  software 
2 days ago
Slack company culture guide
Remote company culture Guide for the Slack generation
remoteworking  ebook 
4 days ago
arp242/testing.vim: Comprehensive testing tool for Vim
Comprehensive testing tool for Vim ... for testing VIM things not testing things IN vim
vim  unittesting  opensource  programming 
4 days ago
Average Happiness for Twitter
twitter  society 
4 days ago
If you want developers to adopt your software, make it less risky
If you want developers to adopt your software, make it less risky
blog  opinion  development  programming 
5 days ago
Powerful hands-free input
Voice Control
talk to your computer
Noise Control
click with a back-beat
Eye Tracking
mouse where you look
Python Scripts
customize everything
accessibility  macos  interface  opensource  programming 
8 days ago
muesli/gitomatic: A tool to monitor git repositories and automatically pull & push changes
A tool to monitor git repositories and automatically pull & push changes
git  github  cli  tool 
14 days ago
How to get 30,000 Hacker News visitors to your website
lessons learned from some open data on a site with many hn spikes.
15 days ago
kiasaki/ry-v02: A scheme based version of ry, a basic modal text editor.
ry is a text editor aiming to provide an editing environment similar to vim in terms of key bindings while being as easily extended as emacs.
scheme  editor  chickenscheme  opensource  programming 
15 days ago
Zile - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation
GNU Zile is a text editor development kit, so that you can (relatively) quickly develop your own ideal text editor without reinventing the wheel for many of the common algorithms and data-structures needed to do so.
editor  programming  tool  useful 
15 days ago
Building a Programming Language Pt. 1 - Lexing
This post will be part of a series exploring how I wrote my first language step by step.
language  programming  howto 
16 days ago
lets you see status of parent repo when in subrepo (in emacs using magit)

see: https://twitter.com/shanecelis/status/1156429183096111104
emacs  plugin  useful 
18 days ago
ddrscott/vim-side-search: Search context in Vim in a sidebar using `ag` output
The quickfix window is great, but it would be nice to get some context around our searches. This plugin adds ag output to a side buffer with quick navigation mappings using comfortable Vim conventions.
vim  search  plugin 
19 days ago
Ricci Adams — Pixel Winch
Pixel Winch is a screen measurement app with a unique approach – rather than overlaying complicated controls on top of your existing workflow, it uses an interface similar to a traditional image editor.
macos  software  useful  design 
20 days ago
Dark is a holistic programming language, structured editor, and infrastructure, for building backend web services. It's for frontend, backend, and mobile engineers.
language  cloud 
20 days ago
vim-scripts/SideBar.vim: Auto-shrinking container of vertically aligned material
a framework that allows easy creation of SideBar-contained plugins.
plugins  vim 
21 days ago
Private Offices Redux – Joel on Software
anecdote about what happens with conversations in open office space
23 days ago
Being Able to Personalize Your Workspace May Have Psychological Benefits – Association for Psychological Science
In another strike against open offices, a recent study finds that employees who lack privacy may suffer from higher levels of emotional exhaustion compared to those who have an office with four opaque walls and a door.

As expected, degree of privacy was associated with employees’ level of emotional exhaustion. Those with low-privacy workspaces reported higher levels of emotional exhaustion overall. But the data revealed that it was specifically the employees working in low-privacy spaces that were generic and undecorated who reported the highest levels of emotional exhaustion.
remoteworking  psychology 
23 days ago
Working From Home Might Take A Toll On Your Mental Health | HuffPost Life
psychologist's and therapist's thoughts on remote working

“For some people, the feedback and encouragement loop of the work environment is critical to their jobs,” Hooper explained.
remoteworking  psychology 
23 days ago
Telecommuting Study Shows Benefits for Many Job Types, No Negative Effects – Association for Psychological Science
The authors found that workers who teleworked more received higher job-performance ratings from their managers if the job was complex, required minimal interpersonal interaction, or if the worker received little social support at work. Jobs that required lots of problem solving were neither helped nor hurt by telecommuting.
23 days ago
Sun on Privacy: 'Get Over It' | WIRED
"You have zero privacy anyway," Scott McNealy told a group of reporters and analysts Monday night at an event to launch his company's new Jini technology.

"Get over it."
25 days ago
HTML & CSS Is Hard | A friendly web development tutorial
A friendly web development tutorial for complete beginners
tutorial  css  html 
25 days ago
Workplace Lighting - Best Practices for Office Lighting Design | Lighting Journal | LightingDeluxe.com
Workplace Lighting: Best Practices for Office Lighting Design
Nowadays, up to 80% of the information is processed visually. This leads to the fact th…
ergonomics  health 
25 days ago
PLOT: Table of Contents
programming language for old timers. Developed "...with the idea of for once having a programming language which does everything the right way. You know it is right when both simplicity and power are maximized, while at the same time confusion and the need for kludges are minimized."
lisp  programming  language 
27 days ago
PLOT: Table of Contents
programming language for old timers. Developed "...with the idea of for once having a programming language which does everything the right way. You know it is right when both simplicity and power are maximized, while at the same time confusion and the need for kludges are minimized."
lisp  programming  language 
27 days ago
Timeout: Ruby's Most Dangerous API
In the last 3 months, I've worked with a half dozen Sidekiq users plagued with mysterious stability problems. All were caused by the same thing: Ruby's terrible Timeout module.
programming  ruby  opinion 
29 days ago
Phoenix LiveView: Leave Regular Web Development Behind - DockYard
LiveView uses Phoenix processes to update states and push server-rendered HTML to the browser in the most efficient manner possible.
elixir  pheonix 
29 days ago
Ananas Analytics Desktop · Build analytics in minutes
Connect data from anywhere. Transform, analyze, and visualize with simple steps
visualization  analytics 
29 days ago
Do-nothing scripting: the key to gradual automation – Dan Slimmon
Almost any slog can be turned into a do-nothing script. A do-nothing script is a script that encodes the instructions of a slog, encapsulating each step in a function.
automation  programming  cli 
29 days ago
A simple syntax for complex argumentation. "Argdown is the best
tool for analyzing complex argumentation and creating argument maps."
4 weeks ago
Latacora - The PGP Problem
Cryptography engineers have been tearing their hair out over PGP’s deficiencies for (literally) decades.
cryptography  encryption  security 
4 weeks ago
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