My shared links for March 18th through March 26th:
7 Years of YouTube Scalability Lessons in 30 Minutes – Notes from a PyCon talk about the very pragmatic design philosophy at YouTube.
bkad/discoball * GitHub – shell tool to match and colorize lines of text
How to see around corners : Nature News & Comment – And we thought the future was flying cars.
ARM’s ultra-low-power fridge-puter chips: Just what the CIA ordered • The Register – Out of context interesting quote: “The spy boss was chiefly concerned with the huge amounts of data that can be collected from American citizens who intend to become CIA agents – in an age when parents set up Twitter and Tumblr accounts for their newborns, managing the identities of future operatives suddenly becomes non-trivial.”
Who needs access? You need access! – new site about open access to research aimed at lay people (I think)