Lukas

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Lukas

5 days ago

Education vs. diploma problem is getting worse

What students know that experts don't: School is all about signaling, not skill-building

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Lukas

10 days ago

How Complaining Rewires Your Brain for Negativity

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Lukas

15 days ago

With a Little Help From His Friends

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Lukas

16 days ago

Zapomenutá vzpoura. Romové odmítli jít v Osvětimi do plynu a oddálili smrt

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Lukas

18 days ago

The Stress of Remote Working

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Lukas

18 days ago

Widespread Loneliness Is Killing People And We Need to Start Taking This Seriously

sciencealert.com

Lukas

22 days ago

ÚOOÚ: Software na sledování klávesnice, LinkedIn ani videoanalýza výrazu v práci nejsou legitimní

ceska-justice.cz

Lukas

22 days ago

ukihiro Matsumoto is not very happy, he notices other programmers are not happy. He creates Ruby to make programmers happy. After creating Ruby “Matz” is happy, the Ruby community is happy, everyone is happy.

A Brief Totally Accurate History Of Programming Languages

medium.com

Lukas

22 days ago

Zeman as a sign of his times, as seen by WaPo.

The Czech election says more about the state of Western democracy than we’d like to admit

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Lukas

22 days ago

Taken out of context, this is a good speech and is very well targeted.

Yes, fact-checkers will go crazy and you should check them, but it shows how much Trump knows what he is doing.

State of the Union 2018: Read the full transcript

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Lukas

22 days ago

Drtivé vítězství Zemana? Aneb, jak se dělala kampaň v době pravěku

neovlivni.cz

Lukas

26 days ago

In Iceland, food is a challenge, not a meal

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Lukas

32 days ago

Agreed it is one if the most important skills. Disagree on timeline; it has already happened.

Don’t Laugh at “Storytelling”

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Lukas

33 days ago

It will be very interesting to see how those changed will unfold

BlackRock’s Message: Contribute to Society, or Risk Losing Our Support

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Lukas

34 days ago

Can listening to classical music improve your life?

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Lukas

35 days ago

Worldview of Trump supporters

While Trump's critics keep talking, our president is fulfilling his promises

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Lukas

36 days ago

The authors concluded that sitting in an office for long periods has a similar effect to smoking and ought to come with a health warning.

Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your job could be killing you

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Lukas

37 days ago

They taught me that it is not what we have been told it is up to now. I found there is evidence that seven specific factors in the way we are living today are causing depression and anxiety to rise – alongside two real biological factors (such as your genes) that can combine with these forces to make it worse.

Is everything you think you know about depression wrong?

theguardian.com

Lukas

39 days ago

Age of mass-production od fake videos is here and the implications for “fake news” problems are terrible.

ML arms race is here.

AI-Assisted Fake Porn Is Here and We’re All Fucked

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Lukas

39 days ago

Hostnames and usernames to reserve

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Lukas

42 days ago

A backstory of SV prople behaving as you’d expect.

But many of the A-listers in Silicon Valley have something unique in common: a lonely adolescence devoid of contact with the opposite sex.

“Oh My God, This Is So F---ed Up”: Inside Silicon Valley’s Secretive, Orgiastic Dark Side

vanityfair.com

Lukas

42 days ago

People are horny. Lives are complex.

You’re Descended from Royalty and So Is Everybody Else

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Lukas

42 days ago

Women Who Regret Motherhood Share Their Stories

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Lukas

43 days ago

Worse of all, though, his concern that “We aren’t building the right thing” will be replaced with “We aren’t building the thing right.”

Why your programmers just want to code

medium.com

Lukas

47 days ago

TDD as double-entry bookkeeping

Excuses

blog.cleancoder.com

Lukas

62 days ago

How FB messes with politics and is starting to be an active influencer.

How Facebook’s Political Unit Enables the Dark Art of Digital Propaganda

bloomberg.com

Lukas

64 days ago

The story of an affair between West and Gaddafi. Kinda jaw-dropping, and sign od things that came later.

HE'S BEHIND YOU

bbc.co.uk

Lukas

65 days ago

By July 2019, the bitcoin network will require more electricity than the entire United States currently uses. By February 2020, it will use as much electricity as the entire world does today.

Bitcoin could cost us our clean-energy future

grist.org

Lukas

69 days ago

Self-censorship insights

E Pur Si Muove

blog.samaltman.com

Lukas

70 days ago

Great summary of Trello’s missed opportunities

Why Trello Failed to Build a $1 Billion+ Business

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Lukas

80 days ago

JPL is just doing their job batshit crazy well.

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

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Lukas

81 days ago

Do not read code, dissect ideas instead

Code is not literature

gigamonkeys.com

Lukas

86 days ago

UI backwards compatibility

danluu.com

Lukas

91 days ago

George Orwell’s 1940 Review of Mein Kampf

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Lukas

91 days ago

Brain is fascinating

The woman who can’t forget

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Lukas

93 days ago

The Three Secrets to Executive Recruiting I Learned at Apple, Yahoo and More

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Lukas

100 days ago

He was particularly aware of the allure of Facebook “likes”, which he describes as “bright dings of pseudo-pleasure” that can be as hollow as they are seductive. And Rosenstein should know: he was the Facebook engineer who created the “like” button in the first place.

'Our minds can be hijacked': the tech insiders who fear a smartphone dystopia

theguardian.com

Lukas

101 days ago

A stereotypical story of the Valley, morale included.

God Is a Bot, and Anthony Levandowski Is His Messenger

wired.com

Lukas

110 days ago

How flying seriously messes with your mind

bbc.com

Lukas

116 days ago

With this sort of cold-blooded thinking, so divorced from the contingency and mystery of human life, it’s easy to see how long-standing values begin to seem like an annoyance – why a concept such as privacy would carry so little weight in the engineer’s calculus, why the inefficiencies of publishing and journalism seem so imminently disruptable.

Facebook’s war on free will

theguardian.com

Lukas

118 days ago

Good background overview on KRACK attack

Serious flaw in WPA2 protocol lets attackers intercept passwords and much more

arstechnica.com

Lukas

137 days ago

🤔

An open letter to the W3C Director, CEO, team and membership

eff.org

Lukas

138 days ago

Everybody wants vaccines for pennies rather than pounds because you get them when you’re healthy,” Almond said. “Nobody wants to pay anything when they’re healthy. It’s like car insurance, right? But when you’re sick you will empty your wallet, whatever it takes.”

Why can’t we cure the common cold?

theguardian.com

Lukas

143 days ago

Terrific read. Not heartbleed-level due to proximity requirements, but otherwise almost as bad.

The Attack Vector “BlueBorne” Exposes Almost Every Connected Device

armis.com

Lukas

143 days ago

The outright denial of design for addictiveness is...suspicious. As is the apparent oblivion to certain biases in ML.

Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom on Free Speech, Artificial Intelligence, and Internet Addiction.

wired.com

Lukas

162 days ago

loup-vaillant.fr

Lukas

164 days ago

Almost Everything in “Dr. Strangelove” Was True

newyorker.com

Lukas

170 days ago

Words of wisdom from sendmail creator

Sendmail

aosabook.org

Lukas

171 days ago

Why People Can’t Stop Talking About Zuckerberg 2020

wired.com

Lukas

173 days ago

Samota je osamocena

The US land lost in Canada

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