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Giant list of macOS command line commands.
Classic Mac emulator running inside a browser.
As usual, clear scientific writing from Ars Technica.
GitHub repository with all code and data used by the The COVID-19 dashboard I linked to a few days ago.
A clone of MS Paint in the browser using HTML5. Very well done.
Statistics and graphs about the COVID-19 Coronavirus epidemic.
The paper is relevant only to C++ software engineers. But the overview part is interesting to everyone as it lists "expensive failures and accidents caused by mistakes in calculations involving different physical units"
The whole set is a giant screen! Very cool.
💻📖 Laws, Theories, Principles and Patterns that developers will find useful.
I was familiar with most of these.
Just keep hitting refresh.
Sort of scary.
Like a post-apocalyptic movie.
Nice way to find storage prices on amazon.
Neat - draw all the roads of any city and then you can order a mug. Pretty looking.
The (Unofficial) Apple Archive
Lots of material collected here.
Session Management for Interactive Debugging
Not yet granted.
Wow what a project. Needs more bins though.
When comedians make more sense than political leaders.
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