Go 1.1 is released
Polyamory and Respect, by Luke Palmer. One of the best things I
read about the matter.
“Where does the idea that love is a finite resource come from?”
Major arcs for Goldbach’s theorem, by H. A. Helfgott.
“The ternary Goldbach conjecture, or three-primes problem, asserts
that every odd integer N greater than 5 is the sum of three
primes. The present paper proves this conjecture.”
XORing Elephants: Novel Erasure Codes for Big Data,
“Our modified HDFS implementation shows a reduction of approximately
2x on the repair disk I/O and repair network traffic.”
Least efficient packing shapes, by Yoav Kallus.
How to Learn Emacs: A Hand-drawn One-pager for Beginners, by Sacha Chua.
Best thing: it doesn’t recommend a preconfigured setup.
QCC: A Quick C Compiler written in Ocaml.
ocaml-bitstring adds Erlang-style bitstrings and matching over
bitstrings as a syntax extension and library for OCaml.
Terra is a new low-level system programming language that is
designed to interoperate seamlessly with the Lua programming language.
CoVim is a Vim Plugin that adds real-time collaboration to your
favorite text editor.
Bunny is a wireless. meshing, darknet that uses 802.11 to hide its
The axTLS embedded SSL project is a highly configurable
client/server TLSv1 SSL library designed for platforms with small
memory requirements. It comes with a small HTTP/HTTPS server and
additional test tools. BSD licensed!
Reforth is small, familiar, still a Forth. Contains some interesting ideas.
PDP-11/70 CPU core and SoC running 5th Edition UNIX or 2.11BSD UNIX
on a FPGA.
Utopien, “Am Ende mündet jede Utopie in Erschießungskommandos, egal
ob linke oder rechte, und so gut gemeint sie auch gewesen sein mag.”
On the Constant Moment, essay by Clayton Cubitt.
“Poohenge”, unusual inflatable sculpture graces Hong Kong park.
Leaf Me Alone, very nice little Flash game.