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Four short links: 5 February 2016

Introducing the Keybase Filesystem — love that crypto is making its way into the filesystem. DIY Smart Bathroom Mirror — finally, someone is building this science-fiction future! (via BoingBoing) tensorflow tutorials — for budding deep learners. clmystery — a command-line …

Tanya Kraljic on designing for voice at Nuance

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Design Podcast, our podcast exploring how experience design—and experience designers—are shaping business, the Internet of Things, and other domains. In this week’s Design Podcast episode, I sit down with Tanya Kraljic, UX manager and principal designer …

Four short links: 4 February 2016

Shmoocon 2016 Videos (Internet Archive) — videos of the talks from an astonishingly good security conference. TipTalk — Samsung watchstrap that is the smart device … put your finger in your ear to hear the call. You had me at …

Four short links: 3 February 2016

Software Security Ideas Ahead of Their Time — astonishing email exchange from 1995 presaged a hell of a lot of security work. Doxxing Sherlock — Cory Doctorow’s ruminations on surveillance, Sherlock, and what he found in the Snowden papers. What …

The new hardware movement at CES 2016

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Hardware Podcast for insight and analysis about the Internet of Things and the worlds of hardware, software, and manufacturing. David Cranor and I have devoted this episode of the Hardware Podcast to a recap of the …

Four short links: 2 February 2016

This is Not the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Slate) — the phrase the fourth Industrial Revolution has been around for more than 75 years. It first came into popular use in 1940. huginn — MIT-licensed system for building agents that perform …

Four short links: 1 February 2016

Curation & Search — (Twitter) All curation grows until it requires search. All search grows until it requires curation.—Benedict Evans. (via Lists are the New Search) Average Developer Tenure (Seattle Times) — The average tenure of a developer in Silicon …

Four short links: 29 January 2016

LTE Weaknesses (PDF) — Shmoocon talk about how weak LTE is: lots of unencrypted exchanges between handset and basestation, cheap and easy to fake up a basestation. Analyzo — Find and Compare the Best Tools for your Startup it claims...

Eric McNulty on real-time disaster reponse and leadership beyond control

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Radar Podcast to track the technologies and people that will shape our world in the years to come. O’Reilly’s Jenn Webb chats with Eric McNulty, a consultant, writer, speaker, and catalyst for positive leadership. McNulty talks …

Four short links: 28 January 2016

Chimera (Paper a Day) — the authors summarise six main lessons learned while building Chimera: (1) Things break down at large scale; (2) Both learning and hand-crafted rules are critical; (3) Crowdsourcing is critical, but must be closely monitored; (4) …

Building a business that combines human experts and data science

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Data Show Podcast to explore the opportunities and techniques driving big data and data science. In this episode of the O’Reilly Data Show, I spoke with Eric Colson, chief algorithms officer at Stitch Fix, and former …

Four short links: 27 January 2016

Improv — a javascript library for generative text. The Food Computer (MIT) — open source controlled-environment agriculture technology platform that uses robotic systems to control and monitor climate, energy, and plant growth inside of a specialized growing chamber. Climate variables …

Matthew Berggren on making electronics accessible

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Hardware Podcast for insight and analysis about the Internet of Things and the worlds of hardware, software, and manufacturing. In our new episode of the Hardware Podcast, David Cranor and I talk with Matthew Berggren, who …

Four short links: 26 January 2016

What Paul Graham is Missing About Inequality (Tim O’Reilly) — When a startup doesn’t have an underlying business model that will eventually produce real revenues and profits, and the only way for its founders to get rich is to sell ...

Four short links: 25 January 2016

The Mortality of Companies — Geoffrey West paper: we show that the mortality of publicly traded companies manifests an approximately constant hazard rate over long periods of observation. This regularity indicates that mortality rates are independent of a company’s age. …

Four short links: 22 January 2016

Murgen — open source open hardware ultrasound. Udacity Deep Learning MOOC — platform is Google’s TensorFlow. CorpDev Translation — “We’ll continue to follow your progress.” Translation: We’ll reach back out when we see you haven’t raised more money and you …

Chrissie Brodigan on user research at GitHub

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Design Podcast, our podcast exploring how experience design—and experience designers—are shaping business, the Internet of Things, and other domains. In this week’s Design Podcast episode, I sit down with Chrissie Brodigan, manager of user experience research …

Roger Chen on hardware and robotics startups

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Hardware Podcast for insight and analysis about the Internet of Things and the worlds of hardware, software, and manufacturing. In this new episode of the Hardware Podcast, David Cranor and I talk with Roger Chen, formerly …

Four short links: 21 January 2016

Big Bang Data: Networks of London (YouTube) — guide to the easy-to-miss networks (fibre, CCTV, etc.) around Somerset House, where an amazing exhibition is about to launch. The network guide is the work of the deeply talented Ingrid Burrington. Sensors …

Four short links: 20 January 2015

Experience with Rules-Based Programming for Distributed Concurrent Fault-Tolerant Code (A Paper a Day) — To demonstrate applicability outside of the RAMCloud system, the team also re-wrote the Hadoop Map-Reduce job scheduler (which uses a traditional event-based state machine approach) using …

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