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I'm on such a podcast kick lately, and this is my latest. I've only listened to the first episode so far, but I can already see the utility of the show's concept. Seems like a great series which explores how to build quality at all levels of a product.
Very awesome write-up about the art of taking knowledge and formulating it into an optimally learnable form. I already used several of these techniques intuitively but others are very interesting bits of neuroscience/psychology to know. I apply these kinds of concepts to distilling things down into Anki cards for long-term learning.
This is a very nice summary of the book 'A Guide to the Good Life' by William B. Irvine. I've been really into philosophy and developing emotional intelligence the past several months and it was an interesting read with great insights about life and how we experience it, as well as how our brains influence that experience.
Cool algorithm for detecting visually duplicate images and being able to tell in constant time if your database already contains a particular image. This will be very helpful for an app idea that I'm working on in my spare time.