milan Brezovský

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milan Brezovský

33 days ago


What is Race?

milan Brezovský

37 days ago

Oh boy. Some of this hit hard.

Maybe You Don’t Know What Love Is

milan Brezovský

40 days ago

Ah, I wish I had this article ten years ago.

Bored With Your Relationship? Here's Why That Isn't Necessarily a Bad Thing

milan Brezovský

77 days ago

SO. MANY. GEMS. in this article. Some of them are obvious but reassuring, but there's probably a bit to learn for everyone. I highly recommend reading this to everyone, even if it's 8500+ words. It's worth more much than that time.

Every successful relationship is successful for the same exact reasons

milan Brezovský

91 days ago

Short and interesting, with far reaching consequences if you're creative enough.

Path to Radicalization Winds through Shame and Loneliness

milan Brezovský

101 days ago

I laughed.

Andy Borowitz: The End of Trump | The New Yorker

milan Brezovský

120 days ago

Heh. Predictable and short, but still a good read.

Tech Giants, Once Seen as Saviors, Are Now Viewed as Threats

milan Brezovský

123 days ago

I love this woman always forever. If you're in a hurry, just skip to minute 58 and watch 3-4 minutes to see how she tries to answer a question about how to change your emotions.

Lisa Feldman Barrett, "How Emotions Are Made"

milan Brezovský

126 days ago

This is so important.

Why many rape victims don’t fight or yell

milan Brezovský

132 days ago

ugh I love this woman and her book and also Darwin was a racist asshole who set scientific progress centuries back, along with Freud, Plato, Aristotle and many other cherished dickwads.

people with greater “emotion granularity” (as Barrett calls it) tend to do better at school, drink less and recover from a stressful situation more quickly. They also seem to be in better health: they visit doctor less frequently, take less medication and are less likely to be hospitalised for illness.

A new way to look at emotions – and how to master yours

milan Brezovský

132 days ago

Very nice overview. A talk from Game Developers' Conference, but applicable to almost any freelancer, or a person who wants to work from home more.

How to Cut the Tether and Work from Anywhere

milan Brezovský

136 days ago


The dying fish swims in water

milan Brezovský

143 days ago

May they all lose their jobs and work in clothing factories of the brands they wore until the end of their days.

At the time of the August 2013 incident, Yahoo used MD5 to hash passwords.

Yahoo 2013 Account Security Update FAQs

milan Brezovský

151 days ago

This surprise found was quite interesting to read. Basically discussing some dumdum who thinks intelligence is genetic.

Murray determines—again, using math—that “no woman has been a significant original thinker in any of the world’s great philosophical traditions.” (This might, of course, be because most philosophical writing throughout the history of the world has been little more than masturbatory nonsense, which women are less inclined or encouraged to produce, a hypothesis Murray does not consider.)

Why Is Charles Murray Odious?

milan Brezovský

155 days ago

well, all capitalism is de-facto colonialism, in digital space or meatspace.

Facebook and the New Colonialism

milan Brezovský

161 days ago

aaaaaaaaaaaaaah so important.

The great nutrient collapse

milan Brezovský

167 days ago

A reminder to prototype fast is always a good reminder.

Hitchhiker's Guide to Rapid Prototypes!

milan Brezovský

171 days ago

Extraordinary lives look like the norm on the internet. Yet the idea that a meaningful life must be or appear remarkable is not only elitist but also misguided.

You’ll Never Be Famous — And That’s O.K.

milan Brezovský

182 days ago

I think this is a pretty good overview of the complications related to releasing software projects on time and without bugs - probably applies to other types of projects, too.

Why Do We Ship Buggy Games? - A Look Behind the Scenes - Extra Credits

milan Brezovský

192 days ago

"'A spoonful of sugar' turns out to tell us what we already know - it's just a tautology. A job seems more fun if it seems more fun. Mary Poppins was selling snake oil, it turns out."

I love Ian Bogost and we need more educators like him.

WIRED by Design: A Game Designer Explains the Counterintuitive Secret to Fun

milan Brezovský

193 days ago


Addicted to Distraction

milan Brezovský

196 days ago

I pretty much

Why Is It Hard to Make Friends Over 30?

milan Brezovský

201 days ago

If you're in tech, watch this. If you love standup comedy, watch this. If you're interested in diversity, watch this. If you think something is wrong with the economy, watch this. Hilarious and insightful grumpy old man video about some of the wrong things with tech companies today.

New Tech Start-Up Bubble

milan Brezovský

208 days ago

haha wow now I'm scared, thanks Adobe

Breaking News

milan Brezovský

216 days ago


The Problem with Intersectional Feminism

milan Brezovský

224 days ago

This is an utterly fascinating read.

When Will The Planet Be Too Hot For Humans? Much, Much Sooner Than You Imagine.

milan Brezovský

231 days ago

true dat. exactly-once delivery is still a pipe dream, until we have magical quantum computing/networking, or go back to writing non-distributed (mini)monoliths (which, of course, is fine for small applications that can delay scaling for a few years - most of us can).

But that’s just it: it’s not exactly-once semantics in a building block that’s the hard thing, it’s building loosely coupled systems that agree on the state of the world. Nevertheless, there is no holy grail here, just some good ole’ fashioned hard work.

You Cannot Have Exactly-Once Delivery Redux

milan Brezovský

290 days ago

This is genuinely terrifying.

The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked

milan Brezovský

301 days ago

ahhhh so good.

Intelligence: a history

milan Brezovský

304 days ago

A thrilling story.

None Dare Call It a Conspiracy

milan Brezovský

305 days ago

Oh, asbestos. I thought this poison is long gone, but apparently Russia and Kazakhstan are still fond of it, and spying on activists fighting it. And then Australian and British law firms are suing journalists over it. Yay freedom.

LETHAL LIES PART TWO: Unmasking The Men Behind The Global Spying Ring

milan Brezovský

319 days ago

Conscious consumerism is a lie. Here’s a better way to help save the world

milan Brezovský

324 days ago

once again, a high-tech approach to discovered that people just want to be safe and respected. woo-hoo almighty technology will tell us how to live!

What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team

milan Brezovský

336 days ago

Ah, finally someone who stands up to the cult of science and rabid scientific celebrities like Dawkins and Pinker.

Dear "Skeptics," Bash Homeopathy and Bigfoot Less, Mammograms and War More

milan Brezovský

338 days ago

This is one of the best, most realistic overviews of microservice architecture I've seen so far.

Mastering Chaos - A Netflix Guide to Microservices

milan Brezovský

361 days ago

This is sad, maddening, fascinating, unexpected and horrifying. Hair removal has origins in racism? Who would have thought.

The Casualties of Women's War on Body Hair

milan Brezovský

361 days ago


Trump, Putin, and the New Cold War

milan Brezovský

379 days ago

I have a hate-love relationship with Postgres, and love-hate relationship with RethinkDB.

RethinkDB versus PostgreSQL: my personal experience

milan Brezovský

381 days ago

this explains a lot.

Putin’s real long game

milan Brezovský

382 days ago

I love Neil Postman, and so should you.

My dad predicted Trump in 1985 – it's not Orwell, he warned, it's Brave New World

milan Brezovský

384 days ago


Why I No Longer Identify as a Feminist

milan Brezovský

395 days ago

Well... yes. Predictable, but reassuring read.

Here's how American journalists covered the rise of Hitler in the 1920s and 30s

milan Brezovský

419 days ago

Well, obviously.

History tells us what may happen next with Brexit & Trump

milan Brezovský

428 days ago


Trump, Putin and the Pipelines to Nowhere

milan Brezovský

441 days ago

Well then. o_O

What North Korean Defectors Think Of North Korea | ASIAN BOSS

milan Brezovský

445 days ago

Internet never was, and never will be democratic. Now it serves fascism more than it ever served democracy.

Google, democracy and the truth about internet search

milan Brezovský

452 days ago


However, the researchers also found that users wearing Google Glass fell victim to “cognitive tunneling,” meaning the display grabbed much more of their attention, and they inadvertently ignored other aspects of their surroundings.

milan Brezovský

468 days ago


If Women Wrote Men the Way Men Write Women

milan Brezovský

472 days ago


Price of Eggs

milan Brezovský

483 days ago

on today's episode of reductionism is dumb: hating what you do make you feel not happy when you do it.

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