Links for October 23rd

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

Melinda (film) - Wikipedia

Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Covid-19 - by Sotonye - Time Well Spent

Uniswap v3 Core

Web Browser Engineering

PlayStation 3 Architecture | A Practical Analysis

The Deadlock Empire

eGirl Capital

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Willingness to look stupid

Understanding Program Derived Addresses | Brian Friel

Chilling Effects - Astral Codex Ten

Bitcoin Payment Processor | OpenNode

Links for October 16th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

Roobert - Displaay Type Foundry

Is This Public? (or...Why I’m leaving TradFi for Crypto) — Mirror

And You Will Know Us by the Company We Keep — Remains of the Day

Speed matters

Cochise / Young Nudy - Tell em x Yeah Yeah (full version prod jootsu and vmeshbeats) - YouTube

Links for October 9th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

Squad Wealth

Allison Harvard (@allisonharvard) | Foundation

The most counterintuitive facts in all of mathematics, computer science, and physics - by Alexander Kruel - Axis of Ordinary

The Skill of Org Design - Commonplace - The Commoncog Blog

Airdroppable protocols - Defi Llama

Links for October 2nd

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

Designing Low Upkeep Software

EIP-2494: Baby Jubjub Elliptic Curve

Addressing common rollup misconceptions | by Polynya | Sep, 2021 | Medium

A Vision of Ethereum (2025). Please consider this as a work of hard… | by Polynya | Sep, 2021 | Medium

Arbitrum Rollup Basics · Offchain Labs Dev Center

L2BEAT – The state of the layer two ecosystem

A CBC Casper Tutorial

Quantum Country

BANKING-CRISIS INTERVENTIONS, 1257-2019.

Motion One: The Web Animations API for everyone

A Novel Framework for Reputation-Based Systems - Future

The Priests of the Decline. The following is excerpted from… | by Andrew Yang | Sep, 2021 | Medium

The spirit of the age: Why the tech billionaires want to leave humanity behind - New Statesman

Learn Solidity

Links for September 25th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

2501babe: hyperinflation and price

I started SaaS companies in 2013 and 2021. Here's how things have changed

The Truth, by Stanisław Lem | The MIT Press Reader

The truly epic BYTE magazine covers by Robert Tinney - by Bryan Lunduke - The Lunduke Journal of Technology

Are You Playing to Play, or Playing to Win? - Commonplace - The Commoncog Blog

The Tim Ferriss Show Transcripts: Dr. Martine Rothblatt — A Masterclass on Asking Better Questions and Peering Into the Future (#487) – The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

Uniswap | Introducing the Auto Router

Multicoin Proposal to Implement Governance by Token Lock and Commit-and-Reveal - Governance - Mango - Governance Forum

Confessions of a Michelin Inspector - Luxeat

Vitalik Buterin on Space, Longevity, Mars & More (The "B-Side")

(1) Change Your Brain: Neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Huberman | Rich Roll Podcast - YouTube

(1) Dwarf Fortress Creator Explains its Complexity & Origins | Noclip Interview - YouTube

Round - Video Calls Powered By T3 Tools

Adam Bunch on Twitter: "13. Many Canadians supported the South. Most of Toronto's leading citizens were on the side of the Confederacy, along with the vast majority of Canada's newspapers, including the Toronto Leader. https://t.co/aUFFirgnSd" / Twitter