Links for February 27th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

Taiwan ⁑ Wesley’s Notebook

Maginot syndrome: Bullish for Han hegemony : TheMotte

ShanghaiPanda on Twitter: "Is China a country ruled by law? How to sue in China? Does a lawsuit in China cost a lot of money and time? I will tell you my personal experience recently.(1/N)" / Twitter

Playstation 2 Architecture | A Practical Analysis

Book Review: Fussell On Class - Astral Codex Ten

Travis (not a Cylon) Kimmel on Twitter: "A thread on inflation, and how it's not what happens next. This took me a while to understand, and I only got there due to @MetreSteven and @SantiagoAuFund - (thank you both!)" / Twitter

MacroVoices #259 Louis-Vincent Gave: As Inflationista As They Come

A Vim Guide for Advanced Users

Valuation Depot — Kana and Katana

Links for February 20th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.


#13: Light and Su Zhu on the Art of Trading - YouTube

Bitcoin Futures Guide Markets Blog

Galois Capital on Twitter: "Can’t judge the ridiculousness of this cycle by the ridiculousness of last cycle. Every cycle gets more absurd. Just like 2017 was stupider than 2013. Top not in until we see some really really nonsensical shit." / Twitter

A Review of Stephanie Kelton’s The Deficit Myth | Mises Wire

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Bitcoin Is Venice. Rhapsody on a Theme by Nakamoto | by allen farrington | Feb, 2021 | Medium

Financialization: America’s Dutch Disease

Links for February 13th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

The Hatboro Blues / Liberties

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Glassnode Studio - On-Chain Market Intelligence

Crypto Reading — Dan Romero

Bitcoin Network Momentum : Woobull Charts

Did the Covid-19 virus really escape from a Wuhan lab? | Matt Ridley

Masayoshi Takanaka – All Of Me (1979) - YouTube

Customized Gifts for Employees & Clients | Promotional Products

Dmitry Lepisov | Dribbble

Building High-Performance Infinite Lists in React - DEV Community

Those Who Work | Lapham’s Quarterly

Kubernetes Failure Stories

Links for February 6th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

What random luxuries do you have that add a lot of value and you think are rare? : fatFIRE

GoldenEye 007 XBLA (2007) - Longplay - YouTube

Slack’s Outage on January 4th 2021 - Slack Engineering

Google - Site Reliability Engineering

Sturm Mabie · A Jekyll theme

Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Volume 1.5 - YouTube

Daft Punk - Essential Mix, BBC Radio 1 (02-03-1997) Classic Sets - YouTube

Hip Hop 1995 XIII Instrumentals - YouTube

Bill Evans - The Creative Process and Self-Teaching - YouTube

The Thirty Tyrants - Tablet Magazine

Janko Nilovic & The Soul Surfers - Maze of sounds (Full Album) - YouTube

Cell measurer demo - CodeSandbox

dynamic-text-list - CodeSandbox

The man who produced Steve Jobs’ keynotes for 20 years. - Cake

Don't Worry About the Vase | Trying to dig out from minus a million points

Links for January 30th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

(1) Richard Hanania on Twitter: "I'm going to post some commentary here on the Afghan war documents from The Washington Post. 1/n" / Twitter

Principles by Ray Dalio - Promotion for the new Changing World Order series

How We Improved SmashingMag Performance — Smashing Magazine

Browser APIs and Protocols: WebRTC - High Performance Browser Networking (O'Reilly)

noise-gate - npm

simplebar + react-window (forked) - CodeSandbox

Making GitHub’s new homepage fast and performant - The GitHub Blog

Uniwidth typefaces for interface design | by Lisa Staudinger | Jan, 2021 | UX Collective