Daily Links: Sunday, Jul 14th, 2024

In my latest blog post, I delve into groundbreaking research on “Satellite Image Time Series Semantic Change Detection” that’s pivotal for climate analysis and disaster response. Plus, I explore how you can make 2024 your best year ever with insightful advice from Harder To Kill #065. Check out the full details and get inspired!


Daily Links: Saturday, Jul 13th, 2024

In my latest blog post, I share some great resources: a Linux disk usage calculator, insightful programming advice from Marcus’ Blog, an innovative WebAssembly project for Linux virtualization, an introduction to physics-based deep learning, and an intriguing take on the future of AI chatbots. Dive in and explore these fascinating topics with me!


Daily Links: Friday, Jul 12th, 2024

In today’s blog post, I delve into the high costs and inefficiencies of generative AI, share insightful tinygrad tutorials, and highlight Ian Betteridge’s six practical tips for media leaders on implementing AI in their businesses. Plus, there’s a reflective piece on the value of sometimes just letting go. Dive in for a mix of tech critique, learning resources, and leadership advice!


Daily Links: Thursday, Jul 11th, 2024

In this blog post, I share a mix of thought-provoking reads and resources. From mastering networking with key tips, and understanding Project 2025’s implications, to tackling the Almgren Chris model for optimal trading, there’s plenty to explore. We also delve into debates like Biden’s political hand and the enduring appeal of print in a digital age. Dive in!


Daily Links: Wednesday, Jul 10th, 2024

Hey there! In my latest blog post, I cover some exciting topics: NASCAR’s new electric stock car prototype, building ethical AI tools for journalism, and my latest home network setup. I also discuss useful apps, improving cheap speakers, and the benefits of waking up at 5am. Plus, there are insights on diversifying revenue for publishers and the unique sounds of electric cars. Enjoy!


Daily Links: Tuesday, Jul 9th, 2024

Hey readers, in this post, I dive into diverse topics including the sneaky tactics scalpers use on Ticketmaster, thought-provoking insights on the UX of forms, and practical writing advice inspired by Imre Lakatos. I also touch on Apple’s exciting future tech, how silence can improve decision-making, and explore the benefits of a four-day work week. Curious? Keep reading!


Daily Links: Monday, Jul 8th, 2024

In my latest blog post, I share a fantastic collection of links I’ve discovered recently. From Robin Rendle’s insights on creativity, to serving web requests with simplicity, exploring love and technology, and uncovering the story behind ice cream truck music. Plus, watch Gordon Ramsay make an ultimate Caesar Salad and learn to make homemade juice (Kompot). Dive in for more!


Daily Links: Sunday, Jul 7th, 2024

Hey there! In my latest post, I delve into a variety of intriguing topics: from mastering ice cream making without a machine, understanding retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) for AI, to breaking down ‘executive presence’ and even some tech-focused reads on DNS concepts and building storytellers. Plus, I’ve thrown in some speed-enhancing company design tips and fun comic links. Dive in and enjoy!


Daily Links: Thursday, Jul 4th, 2024

Hey there! In my latest roundup, I’ve shared some amazing reads for you. Check out Seth Godin’s take on quality software, learn how to build a project roadmap, dive into recent advances in mathematics, and discover tips to make your phone last longer. Plus, there’s advice on quick rehydration, solving math problems with programming, and political strategy insights. Enjoy!


Daily Links: Wednesday, Jul 3rd, 2024

In this blog post, I explore a variety of fascinating topics, from tech compensation models and home heating simulations to the impact of AI in the industry and tips for staying current with tech trends. I also delve into thought-provoking subjects like lucid dreaming, productivity philosophies, and memory improvement strategies. Plus, as a special touch, there’s some music and travel advice thrown in for good measure!