We Tracked Down A Fake-News Creator In The Suburbs. Here's What We Learned
Generating fake stories as a business. If true, also see "What could possibly go wrong" and "cognitive dissonance".
Comprehensive goto resource.
I am not going to believe it until I'll see it
"No advice" worth reading
In conclusion, life is messy and I don’t have any advice.
Engineering journey and decision making worth examining
How to do product management right
True agile implemented in ING. Impressive story.
Actually a good CRISPR summary
The secret injection team and the way this operates is just awesome.
But Twitter provides little actual reach — compared with Facebook or Google, it hardly drives any traffic to articles. It’s like a video game for professional validation.
We don't have much time to figure this out. America first, of course.
Notes on architecting sites for microservices/SCSs, and using edge and client side include.
The spread of Internet of Spying Things about to sanctioned.
Naming on how much people say vs. how much people say nonverbally.
Murphy's laws of communication: great overview of comm challenges.
A bit setback for cognitive bias modification impact (study metaanalysis)
Additional excellent analysis on the two types of organisational design
Rare case of academic being good public speaker, and a very good and consumable introduction to LIGO
How individualism and "easysolutionism" can destroy your population.
Good articulation of Valley's Achilles Heel
Somehow, NYT manages to depict Thiel as the perfect supervillian. He needs a costume though.
QoS principles in load shedding at Google. Simple and cool principles.
This sums up my feelings as well. Clocks are ticking and tech is blind.
Stop and think about that for a moment. Let it sink in. A neural computing system designed to translate content from one human language into another developed its own internal language to make the task more efficient. Without being told to do so. In a matter of weeks.
Albeit biased, interesting writeup on post-Civil War US history.
danah strikes again. Haven't really thought of military and university as desegregation projects.
The problem with Stratfor is that they are often right :-/
Ring theory: what to say when thins are _bad_
Fingerprints has been cracked. Treat it as MD5 hash.
Excellent travel summary
node.js and Kafka are underdescribed
Albeit written by a fan, good analysis of Obama's foreign policies. Even if I disagree with some parts, I have to respect it has integrity and is well thought through.
Not sure the gist will remain the same for his successor.
Good summary on "recent" China development. Dangerous mix with current US.