Tinnitus Neuromodulator • Free Tinnitus Masker
De-stressing and pushing your tinnitus out of your mind are probably among the best pieces of advice you can get. Tinnitus can jump in and play with your nerves, you need to stop letting it do so and teach your brain to tune it out.
17 days ago
Announcing: Our Online Learning Platform Upcase is Now Free!
We've got some big news about our online learning platform Upcase, and we think you're gonna love it!
development  learning  tutorials  coding 
12 weeks ago
What You Can't Say
Discusses moral fashions that come and go. These can often by identified by being things you cannot say.

Very good example is this: most, if not all, of your ideas are something most other contemporary people agree with. This is too much to be a coincidence; you have not arrived at these same ideas independently. Many of the ideas are very likely to be wrong.

The article discussed multiple methods for identifying moral fashions:
- Conformist test: what ideas would you be reluctant to express ...
culture  history  paulgraham  psychology  essay  taboo  society 
october 2018
k88hudson/git-flight-rules: Flight rules for git
Flight rules for git. Contribute to k88hudson/git-flight-rules development by creating an account on GitHub.
git  github  reference  cheatsheet 
october 2018
Questions · Patrick Collison
Great question to ask about society and science.
questions  patrickcollison 
september 2018
IDEA – nonverbal algorithm assembly instructions
IDEA is a series of nonverbal algorithm assembly instructions, created by Sándor P. Fekete, Sebastian Morr, and Sebastian Stiller.
algorithms  visualization  programming 
april 2018
Inside Facebook's Hellish Two Years—and Mark Zuckerberg's Struggle to Fix it All | WIRED
For two years, Facebook has been hijacked, vilified, and besieged. Here's the inside story of the struggle.
facebook  politics  socialmedia  media 
march 2018
Move Fast and Fix Things | GitHub Engineering
Anyone who has worked on a large enough codebase knows that technical debt is an inescapable reality: The more rapidly an application grows in size and complexity, the more technical debt is accrued. With GitHub’s growth over the last 7 years, we have found plenty of nooks and crannies in our codebase that are inevitably below our very best engineering standards. But we’ve also found effective and efficient ways of paying down that technical debt, even in the most active parts of our...
programming  devops  github 
february 2018
Natural Language for Developers; easy way to create voice-recognition.
api  development  language  nlp  ai 
february 2018
Lista Netflix-elokuvista ja -sarjoista | Flixable
Mietitkö, mitä uutta Netflixissä on? Tai mikä palvelussa on parasta? Flixable on Netflix-hakukone, joka listaa kaikki Suomessa saatavilla olevat Netflix-elokuvat ja -sarjat.
february 2018
NaverCollection - NaverCollection - Velkommen - Welcome - Willkommen
Naver Collection, Eksklusive Design møbler i bedste kvalitet, Valuable Design furniture in a extreme quality, Hochwertige Design Möbel in höchster handwerklicher Qualität.
furniture  danish  design 
december 2017
dk3.dk - Home
We create uniquely designed furniture that is shaped by nature and crafted by true enthusiasts. Always with a focus on personality, pride and sustainability.
danish  furniture  design 
december 2017
Brdr. Krüger
Brdr. Krüger’s design dna is born out of the aesthetics of the mid-century Danish modern movement, reinterpreted for a contemporary audience.
furniture  danish  design 
december 2017
Why a Flat Organizational Structure will Fail as You Grow
Many companies have moved away from flat organization structure. Here are some reasons why flat organization structure does not work.

#1: You can’t manage everyone yourself
Flat structure works well for small companies but fails when there are 100+ people because you cannot know anymore what others are working on. Coordinating actions becomes impossible.

#2: Unspoken lines of communication & decision making form
If you do not have an explicit structure, in practice you will have an implicit structure. There is even a study from 1960s about this by Jo Freeman: “This apparent lack of structure too often disguised an informal, unacknowledged and unaccountable leadership that was all the more pernicious because its very existence was denied.”

#3: You miss or become overwhelmed by problems
Employees need to talk to some superior for practical issues, this is simply not feasible if there is only CEO and 100 employees.

#4: You waste time re-inventing the wheel
Re-inventing organization is a waste of time if that is not your main business. Old and tried solutions are good enough in practice.

#5: Important decisions can become a mess
There is no accountability in a flat org. Somebody needs make decisions about cuts and firing people.

Some good quotes:

“You have to make sure you never confuse the hierarchy that you need for managing complexity with the respect that people deserve.

Because that’s where a lot of organizations go off track, confusing respect and hierarchy, and thinking that low on hierarchy means low respect; high on the hierarchy means high respect. So hierarchy is a necessary evil of managing complexity, but it in no way has anything to do with respect that is owed an individual.” (Mark Templeton, CEO of Citrix)
management  business  leadership  organization  holacracy 
november 2017
OWASP Top 10 - 2017
The ten most critical web application security risks
security  owasp  internet  web  risks 
november 2017
De La Espada
Luxury modern solid wood furniture designed by Neri&Hu, Luca Nichetto, Matthew Hilton, Studioilse, and Autoban and crafted by De La Espada in Portugal.
october 2017
A cartoon guide to Flux – Code Cartoons
Flux is both one of the most popular and one of the least understood topics in current web development. This guide is an attempt to explain it in a way everyone can understand. First, I should…
tutorial  flux  redux  cartoon  architecture 
october 2017
The Father Of Mobile Computing Is Not Impressed
He influenced Jobs and dreamed up a digital future designed for learning and thinking. Fifty years on, Alan Kay is still waiting for his dream to come true.
apple  computing  education  alankay  technology  iphone 
september 2017
PeaceMaker - Make them do the work
Reaktor's clever website for collecting emails from recruitment candidates.
reaktor  recruitment  advertisement 
september 2017
My IRB Nightmare | Slate Star Codex
Story about how ethics boards make it really difficult to do simple scientific studies.
science  psychology  ethics  bureaucracy  research 
august 2017
Introductory bullshit detection for non-technical managers
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
programming  bullshit  management  software 
july 2017
What's one app you use a lot, that most people don't know about? - Product Hunt
What's one app you use a lot, that most people don't know about? - Could be a new product, or one that's been around for a while, but has flown under the radar.
producthunt  apps 
may 2017
Students’ misconceptions of statistical inference: A review of the empirical evidence from research on statistics education
ResearchGate is a network dedicated to science and research. Connect, collaborate and discover scientific publications, jobs and conferences. All for free.
research  statistics  misconception 
april 2017
The world's most advanced traffic map with literally millions of individually tracked public transport units across the entire world.
map  traffic 
april 2017
Flexbox Defense
Tower defence game that you play with CSS!
games  programming  css  tutorial  learning 
march 2017
spaCy - Industrial-strength Natural Language Processing in Python
spaCy is a free open-source library featuring state-of-the-art speed and accuracy and a powerful Python API.
npl  machine_learning  python  programming 
march 2017
Node.js ES2015/ES6 support
Reference on how different JS versions support different features.
javascript  node  es6  development  reference 
march 2017
Seeing Theory
A visual introduction to probability and statistics.
visualization  data_science  statistics  tutorial 
march 2017
Detection and Quantitation of Circulating Human Irisin by Tandem Mass Spectrometry: Cell Metabolism
" These data unequivocally demonstrate that human irisin exists, circulates, and is regulated by exercise."
irisin  hormone  science 
february 2017
"Simplicity is the key to excellence" says Dieter Rams
"If it's not beautiful, it's not sustainable. Aesthetic attraction… is an environmental imperative" -Lance Hosey

Beauty is hard to define and subjective, which is why "why I have always tended to steer well clear from this discussion about beauty and argued instead for a design that is as reduced, clear and user-oriented as possible, and simply more bearable for a longer period of time."
dieter_rams  design  product_design 
february 2017
Plain Text Primer: nvALT 101
Good setup for taking notes with nvALT (Notational velocity)
productivity  nvalt  notes  notational_velocity 
february 2017
The 2 Mental Shifts Highly Successful People Make – The Mission – Medium
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”— Max Planck, German quantum theorist and Nobel Prize winner There are two primary mental shifts that occur in the lives of…
productivity  life  psychology  habits 
february 2017
Rakennusliike Timo Rättö Oy - rakentaminen remontoiminen uudisrakentaminen korjausrakentaminen LVIS-työt
Tervetuloa Rakennusliike Timo Rätön kotisivuille.
Olemme Uudellamaalla toimiva, vuonna 1983 perustettu Rakennusliike, jonka toiminta perustuu uudis- ja korjausrakentamiseen.

Suositellut: Petrus 2017-02-06
remontti  rakentaminen 
february 2017
Using tmux
How to use tmux, a terminal multiplexer (~advanced screen)
tmux  linux  terminal  unix 
february 2017
Learn X in Y Minutes: Scenic Programming Language Tours
Short introduction to programming languages and related topics.
learning  programming  coding  tutorial 
january 2017
HSB explained
Introduces HSB color space (Hue - Saturation - Brightness)

RGB is just another way to parametrise RGB. It does this in a very practical way.

Hue ranges from 0 to 356, with 0 corresponding to red, S and B go from 0 to 100.

Brightness B is not the same thing as lightness. For example, when brightness is at 100 it is still possible to make the tone lighter, but not without changing hue and saturation.

Brightness is simply the highest of RGB mapped to 0-100.

Saturation is defined as max(RGB) - min(RGB) / max(RGB). Thus if any RGB is 0 then saturation is always 100.

The last example is really illuminating: take a brownish orange (RGB 200,120,60) and increase brightness to max. Few things to note:

- brightness can be increased until R is 255 because increasing it further would not be possible without changing the relative max(RGB) and min(RGB) which would change saturation

- because the relative proportions of RGB remain, hue does not change either

On the other hand, changing saturation keeps the highest of RGB put (which fixes brightness) and just changes the bottom two of RGB.
color  design  graphic_design  photoshop  hsb 
january 2017
Color in UI Design: A (Practical) Framework – Medium
Darker tones have both more saturation S and less brightness B that the original color. (This is similar to shadows in real world).

This is curious: just adding black is not enough, because it would just decrease brightness. On the other hand, to create a lighter tone adding white _does_ do the correct thing: increase brightness and decrease saturation. Thus to create darker tones you need to _remove_ white, although that is hard to imagine. Adding black is not the opposite operation for adding white, as this would equal to adding gray (both operations decrease saturation).
design  color  ui_design  ui  graphic_design 
january 2017
Tim Ferriss’ Meta-Learning Methods – Compressed into 1 page - SEBASTIAN MARSHALL
What follows is the one pager 0f the Meta-Learning chapter of Tim Ferriss Four Hour Chef (the first part of CaFE is one-paging whatever you’re learning).
tim_ferriss  disss  metalearning  learning 
december 2016
Cognitive bias cheat sheet
I’ve spent many years referencing Wikipedia’s list of cognitive biases whenever I have a hunch that a certain type of thinking is an official bias but I can’t recall the name or details. It’s been an…
cognitive_bias  logic  argumentation 
december 2016
How to Fold a Julia Fractal — Acko.net
For now, this story is over. I hope I managed to spark some light bulbs here and there, and that you enjoyed reading it as much as I did making it.

mathematics  visualization  fractal  julia 
december 2016
Groundhog Day
Visual explanations of mathematical concepts
mathematics  learning  education 
december 2016
How the Trump Campaign Built an Identity Database and Used Facebook Ads to Win the Election – Medium
There may be some fake news on Facebook, but the power of the Facebook advertising platform to influence voters is very real. This is the story of how the Trump campaign used data to target African…
trump  politics  facebook  advertisement  data_science 
november 2016
Can You Tell Fake News From Real? Study Finds Students Have 'Dismaying' Inability : The Two-Way : NPR
Even many Stanford students cannot tell fake news from real. Often "fact checking" is just picking the first result in google, or reading the About page on the site itself, or trusting a site by its looks.
fake_news  politics  research  science 
november 2016
Underhood - reputation of companies
Underhood creates a reputation analysis of any company. What's your score?
junction  data  reputation  facebook  data_science 
november 2016
What is ethereum? | Ethereum Frontier Guide
The Frontier is the first live release of the Ethereum network. As such you are entering uncharted territory and you are invited to test the grounds and explore. There is a lot of danger, there may still be undiscovered traps, there may be ravaging bands of pirates waiting to attack you, but there also is vast room for opportunities.
ethereum  guide 
november 2016
Movie Review: There’s a Vast Cowspiracy about Climate Change - The Equation
Good review by a proper scientist who himself also tries to reduce global use of beef.

Only 11% of global GHG are attributed to agriculture, not 51% as claimed in the movie. Main reasons for the wrong number is that CO2 released in respiration by cows is also included (false because that CO2 would be released anyway when the plant dies), and that the weight of methane is 72 times that of CO2, not 25 times as normally (the different weight comes from looking at the effect during the next 20 years instead of normal 100 hundred; methane breaks naturally in 10-20 years but CO2 does not).
cowspiracy  review  UCS  doug_boucher 
november 2016
Beef and the Paris Agreement: Changing What We Eat to Stop Causing Climate Change - The Equation
Beef and dairy have the biggest impact on climate change. Fish about the same as roots. Eggs, pork and poultry about equal.
ecology  GHG  beef  farming  climatechange  globalwarming  sustainability 
november 2016
Why you must learn to say "NO" - School of Herring
You mean that focus is not about what you do, but what you choose not to do?
productivity  smartly  leadership  school_of_herring 
october 2016
Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss | First Round Review
Kim Scott cut her teeth as a manager at Apple and Google, and now helps create great leaders as an author and coach for companies like Twitter. Here's the secret that's made all the difference for her.
radical_candor  leadership  business  management  feedback 
october 2016
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