Get started with App.net.

  Sign up now  
chadhs
    Programming by Voice: Becoming a Computer Whisperer http://bit.ly/2mpFysD
    chadhs
      Taking back control of your time http://bit.ly/2lQg5uG
      chadhs
        Deep Habits: Process Trumps Results for Daily Planning - Cal Newport http://bit.ly/2lisEf5
        chadhs
          Automatically test your database backups http://bit.ly/2kjlHe8
          chadhs
            my favorite xkcd in a long time. :-) xkcd: Team Chat http://bit.ly/2jSrf0E
            chadhs
              For those learning programming, this is worth reading at least quarterly: Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years http://bit.ly/2kjmZZ1
              chadhs
                On Value and Digital Minimalism http://bit.ly/2khunnf
                chadhs
                  Opera Neon – The future of web browsers? | Opera http://opr.as/2kESgGv
                  chadhs
                    Awesome article: "I’m learning to code at 56. Here’s an epic beat-down of my critical inner self." http://bit.ly/2jYoRGp
                    chadhs
                      Manvotional: 4 Maxims on Habit and Action http://bit.ly/2itfcmy
                      chadhs
                        Are placeholders in HTML form fields acceptable? http://bit.ly/2j9HyEh
                        chadhs
                          Please don’t use Slack for FOSS projects http://bit.ly/2ilZwCr
                          chadhs
                            Haven't we all learned by now that blaming the world's problems on the _immutable_ traits of others, is *at best* nonsensical?
                            chadhs
                              "Lisp is the most important idea in computer science." - Alan Kay http://bit.ly/2hxzeO4 http://bit.ly/2hmOAXq
                              chadhs
                                Spec-ulation Keynote - Rich Hickey http://bit.ly/2g1R2BL
                                chadhs
                                  Deep Habits: Process Trumps Results for Daily Planning - Study Hacks - Cal Newport http://bit.ly/2eZBM9v
                                  chadhs
                                    Jim Gaffigan: Disagree with Someone? Calling Them a Moron Won't Help http://bit.ly/2fRjkAG
                                    chadhs
                                      The Opposite of the Open Office - Study Hacks - Cal Newport http://bit.ly/2e4Eoyn