Hacker Newsletter - Hacker Newsletter #530


Issue #530 // November 20, 2020 // View in your browser

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and stay safe! kale


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YouTube-dl's repository has been restored
//github comments

TailwindCSS v2.0
//tailwindcss comments

Six Months of Tiny Projects
//tinyprojects comments

I should have loved biology
//jsomers comments

The True Size Of Countries: Mercator projection
//thetruesize comments

On Learning Chess as an Adult – From 650 to 1750 in Two Years
//jacobbrazeal comments

Personal Data Warehouses: Reclaiming Your Data
//simonwillison comments

Flash Animations Live Forever at the Internet Archive
//archive comments

A ‘Jobs to be Done’ Framework for Startups
//firstround comments

The Lost Ways of Programming: Commodore 64 Basic
//tomasp comments

Xkcd: Ten Years
//xkcd comments

Playing on Hard Mode
//stratechery comments

#Ask HN

What is the best money you have spent on professional development?

Are you depressed?

#Show HN

Brow.sh: a modern text-based browser //brow comments

Hemingway Editor //hemingwayapp comments

Zfs.rent //zfs comments

Full text search on 400M US court cases //judyrecords comments

gping: Ping, but with a graph //github comments

Scratch.js – Interactive JavaScript Scratchpad //hole comments


ReMarkable tablet open source tools and hacks //github comments

Git is too hard //changelog comments

Eleven Years of Go //golang comments

Moving my serverless project to Ruby on Rails //frantic comments

Linux Command One-Liners //commandlinefu comments


Introduction to Linear Algebra for Applied Machine Learning with Python //github comments

Google Takeout: Export a copy of your data in Google services //google comments

Psql command line tutorial and cheat sheet //github comments

PostgreSQL Configuration for Humans //postgresqlco comments


UI design for software developers. Part 1, Colors //amortizedcost comments

Ori Pocket Office //oriliving comments

How to Survive a Critique: A Guide to Giving and Receiving Feedback //aiga comments

Winners of Close-Up Photographer of the Year //theatlantic comments


Beirut Port Explosion //forensic-architecture comments

Could a Peasant Defeat a Knight in Battle? //medievalists comments

Dan's online motorcycle repair course (1999-2020) //dansmc comments

British Airways Flight 5390 //wikipedia comments

Notes for courses taken at Harvard (2015-2019) //github comments

The Basque-Icelandic Pidgin //wikipedia comments


Free and liberated e-books, carefully produced for the true book lover //standardebooks comments

Writing a technical book: from idea to print //sararobinson comments

Stolen irreplaceable books found under floor of Romanian house //bbc comments

The Rust Performance Book //github comments

Digital sound processing tutorial //yehar comments


Electrified wingsuit from BMW reaches 186MPH on first flight //robbreport comments

SpaceX Crew-1 //youtube comments

The Exploding Whale remastered: 50th anniversary of legendary Oregon event //youtube comments

Billion Dollar Startup Ideas //youtube comments


To find great remote employees, prioritize candidates with strong writing skills //youteam comments

Gig economy companies spent more than $200M to bankroll Proposition 22 //theguardian comments

Signs you might be a micromanager //unito comments

Being Glue //noidea comments

#Startup News

Airbnb S-1 //sec comments

DoorDash S-1 //sec comments

Roblox S-1 //sec comments

Affirm S-1 //sec comments


Factorio 1.1 is getting close //factorio comments

Drumbit – Online Drum Machine //drumbit comments

Quine Relay //github comments

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