All Hacker News Evergreen Stories in Chronological Order

This resource contains all evergreen stories posted to Hacker News through November 7th, 2014. Up to that time, 1,544,661 stories were submitted to Hacker News. Of those stories, 6,826 have been identified as evergreen. They are posted here in chronological order. They are posted here ordered by score.

Conceptually, an evergreen story is a story that provides value to readers well after its publication date. For the purpose of this project:

An evergreen story is any story where the difference between the submission date of the story and the publication date of the story is two years or more. The publication date of the story is indicated in the story’s title by using the annotation “(YYYY)”, e.g. “The WorldWideWeb application is now available as an alpha release (1991)” by Tim Berners-Lee.

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TITLE: Equatorie of the Planetis (1393)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Leonardo da Vinci’s Handwritten Resume (1482)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Very First Written Use of the F Word in English (1528)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Munster’s Map of the New World (1550)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: De Re Metallica (1556)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: To Study Philosophy Is to Learn to Die (1580)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Kepler’s Mysterium Cosmographicum (1596)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: World’s First Crowdfunded Company? (1602)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Living High on the Hog (1650)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: First Ever Scientific Journal Article (1665)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “The Women’s Petition Against Coffee” (1674)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A colourful book (1692)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: A machine designed to randomly assemble texts, from Gulliver’s Travels (1726)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Discourse on the Arts and Sciences (1750)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cutting-Edge Tech Startup Founders Tell All (1775)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Thomas Paine: Common Sense (1776)
SCORE: 64

TITLE: Alien and Sedition Acts (1798)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Programming Jacquard’s loom (1801)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: On the Marionette Theatre by Heinrich von Kleist (1801)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Live Broadcast Spy Store: Open 24/7/365 (888) 344-3742 or (1818)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 20 tips for how to cheer yourself up (1820)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Pleasures and Pains of Coffee (1830)
SCORE: 125

TITLE: “(Copyright) is a tax (to give) a bounty to writers. (It) is an exceedingly bad one” (1841)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sketch of the Analytical Engine invented by Charles Babbage (1842)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Sketch of the Analytical Engine, with Notes by Ada Lovelace (1842)
SCORE: 54

TITLE: Hamilton on Quaternions (1844) (pdf)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Euclid in Coloured Diagrams and Symbols (1847)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Thoreau’s Civil Disobedience (1849)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Civil Disobedience (1849)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Life Without Principle (1854)
SCORE: 100

TITLE: Crimean War Photographs (1855)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The first recorded sounds (1860)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: The Great Locomotive Chase (1862)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Abraham Lincoln And The Emancipation Proclamation (1862). – Kannaway Magazine
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Karl Marx’s letter to Abraham Lincoln (1864)
SCORE: 62

TITLE: To My Old Master (1865)
SCORE: 128

TITLE: Five Hundred and Seven Mechanical Movements (1868)
SCORE: 111

TITLE: The Cardiff Giant (1869)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: MIT Entrance exam (1869)
SCORE: 134

TITLE: Miniature Map Of San Francisco (1879)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Art of Money Getting, by P.T. Barnum (1880)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Golden Rules for Making Money by P. T. Barnum (1880)
SCORE: 227

TITLE: The Road To Business Success: A Talk To Young Men (1885)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Nellie Bly: Ten Days in a Mad-House (1887)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: First film ever made: Roundhay Garden Scene (1888) (video)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Pulsion Telephone (1890)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Warren and Brandeis, “The Right to Privacy” (1890)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: Oscar Wilde: The Soul of Man under Socialism (1891)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Magic at home: a book of amusing science (1891)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “We have no time to go below surfaces” (1891)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Mobile Music Downloads Began in ’92 (1892)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: When one party deliberately engineered a financial crisis (1892)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The End of Books (1894)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Journey in Other Worlds: A Romance of the Future (1894)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: What the Tortoise Said to Achilles (1895)
SCORE: 49

TITLE: Gmail – Inbox (1896) – ajay.s9901@gmail.com
SCORE: 1

TITLE: I accuse! (1898)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Ladies Home Journal (1900) Predictions for 2000
SCORE: 48

TITLE: What may happen in the next hundred years (1900)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Two 4000 ft plumb bobs hung down a mine shaft, with baffling results (1901)
SCORE: 59

TITLE: Hopi Drawings of Kachinas (1903)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Petroleum Petroleum: A Prophecy (1903)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Share HN: Rilke on how to be an artist (1903)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Intuition and Logic in Mathematics (1905)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: San Francisco Earthquake Aftermath (1906)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: A Description of the Brain of Mr. Charles Babbage (1909)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Nikola Tesla – Wireless of the Future (1909)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Engineering Wonders of the World (1909)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: To Demonstrate How Spiders Fly (1909)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: E.M. Forster’s The Machine Stops (1909)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Machine Stops, by E.M. Forster (1909)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Machine Stops by E.M. Forster (1909)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: G.K. Chesterton: The fallacy of success (1909)
SCORE: 206

TITLE: The Machine Stops (1909)
SCORE: 127

TITLE: Unbelievable time required to cover immense distances of space (1910)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How to Live on Twenty-Four Hours a Day (1910)
SCORE: 135

TITLE: Edison’s prediction of Kindle (1911)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The New York Public Library building (1912)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Archive.org – Physics for Entertainment (1913)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The education of the will,the theory and practice of self-culture(1914)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: In the Trenches: Pierre Minault’s First World War Diary (1914)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Cadillac (1915), The Penalty of Leadership
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Nikola Tesla: How Cosmic Forces Shape Our Destinies (1915)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Tells How It Feels to Go Up in a Geyser (1916)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Edison Phonograph Demonstration (1916)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Soldier Explains What It Was Like in the World War I Trenches (1916)
SCORE: 132

TITLE: Queens of the Spy World Whose Intrigues Sway the Fate of Nations (1918)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steam powered space ships (1918)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ANDERSON, SHERWOOD Winesburg, Ohio (1919)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Day’s Shopping Delivered by Airplane (1919)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ford Manual (1919) For Owners and Operators of Ford Cars and Trucks
SCORE: 3

TITLE: H.L. Mencken on San Francisco (1920)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Engineer Charles Lee Cook (1920)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mail Order Is Doomed (1920)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: US invasion plan for Canada (1920) (pdf)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: “Risk, Uncertainty and Profit” by Frank Knight (1921)-FULL BOOK-(TXT)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ernest Hemingway: Living on $1000 a year in Paris (1922)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Child Prodigy Harold M. Finley (1922) (d. 1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Story That Makes You Take a New Grip on Yourself (1922)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Disruptive Technology Of Radio (1922)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How Charlie Taught Me To Laugh at Failure (1922)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Seen But Not Heard: Speed, Words and Clearness (1922)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why I Quit Being So Accommodating (1922)
SCORE: 650

TITLE: Follow This Rule — If You Want To Be Popular (1922)
SCORE: 113

TITLE: Scientific Advertising by Claude Hopkins (1923)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why I Never Hire Brilliant Men (1924)
SCORE: 421

TITLE: American City of Future (1925)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Last Words (1926)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On Being the Right Size (1926)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: Why I Am Not A Christian by Bertrand Russell (1927)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Scientific Look At ‘Metropolis’ (1927)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Computing Pioneer Fun Facts: Marvin Lee Minsky (1927)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Founders, go placidly amid the noise and haste (1927)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: New trailer for Metropolis(1927)with score by NIN
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Computing Pioneer Hall of Fame: Noam Chomsky (1928)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Noam Chomsky (1928)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: General Health Habits (1928)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On being the right size (1928)
SCORE: 199

TITLE: How to make a simple television (1928)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: The Coldest Cold (1929)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Exposing Houdini’s Tricks of Magic (1929)
SCORE: 86

TITLE: War plan red – US plan for war against Britain and Canada (1930)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Street Haunting by Virginia Woolf (1930)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Interview with Max Planck (1931)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fifty Years Hence – by Winston Churchill (1931)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bertrand Russell: In praise of idleness (1932)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Bertrand Russell: In Praise of Idleness (1932)
SCORE: 299

TITLE: “What the Young Man Should Know” (1933)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Scientist and Mob Idol (1933)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: UK Government Protection For Loch Ness ‘monster’ (1933)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Scientist and Mob Idol (1933)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Filling in the Hudson to Rebuild New York (1934)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Was My Life Worth Living? (1934)
SCORE: 132

TITLE: H. G. Wells’ interview with Stalin (1934)
SCORE: 171

TITLE: Mathematics of a Lady Tasting Tea (1935) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Golden Gate Bridge: Report on Color and Lighting (1935)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: War Is A Racket, Major General Smedley Butler (1935)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: “Let America Be America Again” by Langston Hughes (1935)
SCORE: 91

TITLE: How Differential Steering Works (1937)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Differential Steering Works (1937)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Migrant agricultural worker from Oklahoma (1937)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Nature of the Firm (1937) PDF
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How a differential gear works (1937) (video)
SCORE: 389

TITLE: Radio Broadcast About Fictional Alien Invasion Caused Panic (1938)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Contribution to the Mathematical Theory of Big Game Hunting (1938)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Tolkien Snubs a German Publisher Asking for Proof of His “Aryan Descent” (1938)
SCORE: 128

TITLE: Systems of Logic Based on Ordinals (1938) (pdf)
SCORE: 44

TITLE: An Experimentally Produced “Social Problem” in Rats (1939) (video)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: BBC Audio Archives: Britain Declares War on Germany (1939)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1939)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: The Defeat of the Schools (1939)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: Experiments in the Revival of Organisms (1940)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Grant proposal for the first electronic digital computer (1940)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse (1940)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Federal Prosecutor (1940)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Jesse Livermore’s Trading Rules (1940)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Experiments in the Revival of Organisms (1940) (video)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: George Orwell’s review of Mein Kampf (1940)
SCORE: 305

TITLE: Listen to Albert Einstein Reading ‘The Common Language of Science’ (1941)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Listen as Albert Einstein Reads ‘The Common Language of Science’ (1941)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Einstein Reads ‘The Common Language of Science’ (1941)
SCORE: 63

TITLE: Walt Disney’s Creative Organization Chart (1943)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Lockheed Martin Skunk Works 14 Rules of Operation (1943)
SCORE: 44

TITLE: The Unwritten Laws of Engineering (1944)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: C. S. Lewis: The Inner Ring (1944)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: T.S. Eliot Rejects George Orwell’s “Trotskyite” Novel Animal Farm (1944)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Simple Sabotage Field Manual (1944)
SCORE: 182

TITLE: George Orwell: What is Science? (1945)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: James B. Conant on Trinity (1945)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: As We May Think (1945)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: George Orwell: The Sporting Spirit (1945)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Principles of Electricity (1945)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: As We May Think (1945)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How a bicycle is made video (1945)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: As we may think (1945)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: As We May Think (1945)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: As We May Think (1945)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: As We May Think (1945)
SCORE: 106

TITLE: First Draft of a Report on the EDVAC by John von Neumann (1945)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Politics and the English Language (1946)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Operation Crossroads, Bikini Atoll, July 1st (1946)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: History and Health-giving Properties of Ultraviolet Light, Film (1946)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: James Burnham and the Managerial Revolution (1946)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: George Orwell: In Front Of Your Nose (1946)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: George Orwell: In Front of Your Nose (1946)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: George Orwell: Politics and the English Language (1946)
SCORE: 206

TITLE: A Nice Cup of Tea by George Orwell (1946)
SCORE: 45

TITLE: George Orwell: Politics and the English Language (1946)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: George Orwell: Why I Write (1946)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Henry Ford Is Dead at 83 in Dearborn (1947)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Why Do We Smoke Cigarettes (1947)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Lost Tools of Learning: Grammar, Dialectic, Rhetoric (1947)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: The Lost Tools of Learning (1947)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Using the Bank (1947)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Mathematical Theory of Communication (1948)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Pearl Harbor in Retrospect (1948)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Best Thing on the Internet Today: In The Street (1948)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Programming a Computer for Playing Chess By Claude E. Shannon (1949) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to Get Things Done, Robert Benchley (1949) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Albert Einstein: Why Socialism? (1949)
SCORE: 49

TITLE: Non-cooperative games by John Nash (1950)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Veldt by Ray Bradbury (1950)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Earl Nightingale talks about success (1950)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Project A119: US planned to nuke the moon to boost morale (1950)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Special Court for Patent Litigation? The Danger of a Specialized Jury (1951)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Duck and Cover (1951)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Internal Memo (1951) That Allowed IBM’s Female Employees to Get Married
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Nimrod (1951)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Television in America (1951)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Fritz Leiber: A Pail of Air (1951)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Double Decker Bus Jumps Tower Bridge (1952)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: MIT Student Newspaper (1952)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Creative Thinking, by Claude Shannon. (1952)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On Cooling the Mark Out: Some Aspects of Adaptation to Failure (1952)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Health: Your Posture (1953)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Rear wheel to help park in tight spots (1953)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Basic Mechanisms In Mechanical Fire Control Computers (1953)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “A Communications Primer” by Charles and Ray Eames (1953) (video)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: A Study of Assassination – CIA (1953)
SCORE: 99

TITLE: Albert Camus: The Life of the Artist – A Mimodrama in Two Parts (1953)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: Disneyland’s original prospectus (1953)
SCORE: 84

TITLE: Basic Mechanisms In Fire Control Computers (1953) (video)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: How to Lie With Statistics (1954) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sci-Fi short story: Fredric Brown, “Answer” (1954)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: An Ideal of Service to Our Fellow Man – Albert Einstein (1954)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Léon Theremin Plays The Thereminvox (1954)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Einstein Letter (1954): Belief in God childish, Jews not chosen people
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How Magnets Produce Electricity (1954) (video)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: Six Murderous Beliefs (1955)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How work expands to fill available time (1955)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: Burma Shave Contest Sends Winner to Mars (1955)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: David Ogilvy: “I am a lousy copywriter” (1955)
SCORE: 99

TITLE: Parkinson’s Law (1955)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: Science: (Space Travel) Utter Bilge?(1956)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Introduction to Cybernetics (1956), by W. Ross Ashby
SCORE: 5

TITLE: How to Build a Flying Saucer (1956)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Mortuary Services in Civil Defense (1956)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Last Question by Isaac Asimov (1956)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: William Faulkner, The Art of Fiction (1956)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ILLIAC I Programming Manual (1956)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The First Machine Learning Paper (1956)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Route Selection and Cable Laying for the Transatlantic Cable System (1956)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: ILLIAC I Programming Manual (1956) (pdf)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: The Last Question by Isaac Asimov (1956)
SCORE: 98

TITLE: Lincoln assassination eyewitness (1956)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: House of the Future (1957)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Data-Enrichment Method (1957)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: What the Engineer Should Know About Programming (1957) (pdf)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: We Were Trapped by Radioactive Fallout (1957)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Walt Disney’s MultiPlane Camera (1957)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Aldous Huxley Interview (1958)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The 516m (1,720 ft) Mega-Tsunami in Lituya Bay, Alaska. (1958)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Introduction to Outer Space (1958)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Things Fall Apart (1958)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: I, Pencil (1958)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Project Chariot: Excavate a Harbor in Alaska with Nuclear Weapons (1958)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Brave New World Revisited (1958)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Space Hackers – Italian brothers track sputnik (1958)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Hunter S. Thompson on how to get a job (1958)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Lesson of Iraq (1958)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: I, Pencil (1958)
SCORE: 89

TITLE: The Search at San Jose (1958) (video)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: Polymorphic Computing, Explained in Stop-Motion (1959)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: NASA re-entry vehicle model tests (1959)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “Sator Arepo Tenet Opera Rotas”: History of a Palindrome (1959)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Feynman: There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom (1959)
SCORE: 138

TITLE: Ayn Rand interview (1959)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Mike Wallace interviews Ayn Rand (1959)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Isaac Asimov Mulls “How Do People Get New Ideas?” (1959)
SCORE: 265

TITLE: Alfred Hitchcock’s Rules for Watching Psycho (1960)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to build a robotic dog (1960)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Black Sunday (1960) (DVDRip)(big_dad_e)(h33t)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences (1960)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Army historian’s D-Day notes: Omaha Beach first-wave carnage, and heroics (1960)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Your Name Here (1960)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Curious Case against my Grandfather (1960)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Lisp I Programmer’s Manual (1960)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Strategy of Conflict (1960)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The computer that put Neil Armstrong on the moon (1960)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: The Real Story: First Wave at Omaha Beach (1960)
SCORE: 37

TITLE: IBM Ad for SAGE, A Massive Cold War Air Defense System (1960)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: History: Two NSA cryptographers defect (1960)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Lisp 1 Programmer’s Manual (1960) (pdf)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: Man-Computer Symbiosis (1960)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences (1960)
SCORE: 65

TITLE: President Eisenhower warns us of the military industrial complex (1961)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: AT&T Archives: Seeing the Digital Future (1961)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A New Approach to the Functional Design of a Digital Computer (1961)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Where do we stand in space? (1961)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Footage from the Milgram’s Obedience Study (1961) | Open Culture
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Surgeon stationed in Antarctica removes his own appendix (1961)
SCORE: 78

TITLE: The Descriptor: a definition of the B5000 information processing system (1961)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Humble Oil’s daily energy supply could “melt 7 million tonnes of glacier” (1962)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On-Line Man-Computer Communication (1962) (pdf)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: The Magic World of Karel Zeman – short documentary (1962)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: X-ray film of speech organs in action (1962)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How The Navy Taught How a Computer Works (1962)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Tukey on the future of data analysis (1962) still super relevant
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ivan Sutherland’s SketchPad (1962): A vision of what computing could be
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework (1962)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Education Automation, Freeing the Scholar to Return to His Studies (1962)
SCORE: 17

TITLE: Aldous Huxley: The Ultimate Revolution (1962)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: Great Train Robbery (1963)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Sketchpad: A Man-Machine Graphical Communications System (1963)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Letter from a Birmingham Jail (1963)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Timesharing: A solution to computer bottlenecks (1963)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Colleges: Unknown, Unsung & Unusual (1963)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Don Knuth: Computer-drawn Flowcharts (1963)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Sketchpad: The first object-oriented software system (1963)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Kayak-angst among the Eskimo of Greenland: a study in sensory deprivation (1963) (pdf)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: Richard Feynman on ignorance of science (1964)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The first Startup Blog (1964)?
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Old School 300baud Modem (1964)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fifty-year-old ads in the first issue of IEEE Spectrum (1964)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Triple Revolution (1964)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Richard Hofstadter: The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: To The Fair (1964) | New York World’s Fair
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Ayn Rand (1964)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: Feynman video: The essence of science explained in 63 seconds (1964)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Louisiana Voter Literacy Test (1964)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Monk: The High Priest of Jazz (1964)
SCORE: 91

TITLE: Sartre on the Nobel Prize (1964)
SCORE: 104

TITLE: The Ultimate Display – Ivan Sutherland (1965) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Man and Computer (video) (1965)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Next 700 Programming Languages (1965)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Feynman’s Nobel Lecture (1965)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Edgar Snow Interview with China Chairman Mao Zedong (1965)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: How to Go About Creating a Program (1965)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: On the Translation of Languages from Left to Right (1965) (pdf)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Slow Tuesday Night by R.A. Lafferty (1965)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Binary codes capable of correcting deletions, insertions, and reversals (1965)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: 17 year old Ray Kurzweil on “I’ve Got a Secret” (1965)
SCORE: 98

TITLE: The Next 700 Programming Languages (1965) (pdf)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: The Invention of the First Wearable Computer: Hacking the Roulette Wheel(1966)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Golumb Run Length Encodings: ‘Secret Agent 00111 is back at the casino’ (1966) (pdf)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Frank Sinatra Has a Cold (1966)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: The Days They Changed the Gauge (1966)
SCORE: 58

TITLE: Project MINARET Illegally Monitors American ‘Subversives’ (1967)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Fundamental Concepts in Programming Languages (1967) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Turing complete model train (1967)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (1967)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Walter Cronkite in the Home Office of 2001 (1967)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Martin Luther King, Jr.: Beyond Vietnam (1967)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: CIA Stuffed a Real, Live Cat With Electronic Spying Equipment (1967)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Introducing the home computer terminal (1967)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Tomorrow’s World – Home Computer Terminal (1967)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Walter Cronkite Tours the Home of 2001 (1967)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: The Star Trek Guide (1967) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Theory-testing in psychology and physics: a methodological paradox (1967) (pdf)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: The Problem of Induction (1967)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: Dataless Programming (1967) (pdf)
SCORE: 46

TITLE: National Intelligence Estimate: The Chinese Cultural Revolution (1967) (pdf)
SCORE: 54

TITLE: The manager and the moron (1967)
SCORE: 67

TITLE: To Hell with Good Intentions (1968)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “2001: A Space Odyssey” Howard Johnsons Children’s Menu (1968)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Milton Friedman – The Negative Income Tax (1968) (video)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: An interview with physicist George Gamow (1968)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Go To Statement Considered Harmful (1968)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Software Industry Is Not Industrialized (1968)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: McIlroy on Coroutines (1968)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Second Acts in American Lives (1968)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Tragedy of the Commons (1968)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Mother of All Demos, presented by Douglas Engelbart (1968)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Intel’s original business plan (1968)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mass produced software components (1968)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: The Computer Data Bank: will it kill your freedom? (1968)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Douglas Engelbart : The Mother of All Demos (1968)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: The Mother of All Demos, presented by Douglas Engelbart (1968)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Nature and Art of Workmanship (1968) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On the Design of Display Processors (1968) (pdf)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: Burroughs B6500 Status Report (1968) (video)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Keyset: High-Performance User Interface (1968)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: How Do Committees Invent? (1968)
SCORE: 42

TITLE: The best small computer in the world (1968) (pdf)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: Masterpiece Engineering (1969)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mister Rogers defending PBS to the US Senate (1969) (video)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: The Beatles: For 15 Minutes, Tremendous (1969)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to Be Comfortable with Computer Dating (1969)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The first map of the Internet (1969)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “Student as nigger” – Essay on problems with schools and teaching (1969)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: First video game on TV (1969)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: LIFE on the Moon (1969)
SCORE: 62

TITLE: Marshall McLuhan: The Playboy Interview (1969)
SCORE: 40

TITLE: Saturn V Flight Manual (1969) (pdf)
SCORE: 150

TITLE: Uncanny Valley: Toward Social Mechanisms of Android Science (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How To Write Mathematics (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Pilotless fighter jet lands itself (1970)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Brown Eyes & Blue Eyes (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual (1970)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Rock`n`Roll историята на Байтошовата младеж: Heading North (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Relational Model for Data in Large Shared Data Banks (pdf)(1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: GEDANKEN – a typeless language (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Life Magazine on the Computer (1970)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Psychedelics and Religion (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Deschooling Society (1970)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Uncanny Valley (1970)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: FORTH – A Language for Interactive Computing (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A.H. Reeves Symposium on Digital Filters (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Independent Television Engineering for Colour (1970) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: NYC Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Programming a Problem-Oriented Language (1970)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: One Track Mind: The Temptations, ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’ (1970)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: History of Creation of First 3D Digital Film (1970)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Soviet College Admission — My Dad’s Story (1970)
SCORE: 178

TITLE: A Relational Model of Data for Large Scale Data Banks – E.F.Codd (1970) (pdf)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: The Tyranny of Structurelessness (1970)
SCORE: 216

TITLE: The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved (1970)
SCORE: 107

TITLE: Effects of Sexual Activity on Beard Growth in Man: letters to Nature (1970)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual (1970)
SCORE: 61

TITLE: Programming a Problem-Oriented Language (1970)
SCORE: 51

TITLE: Gedanken: A Simple Typeless Language (1970) (pdf)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: Secrets of the Little Blue Box (1971)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mars 3 – The first Mars probe (1971)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas (1971)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Last Manned Mars Plan (1971)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Project Cybersyn (1971)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Education: Graduates and Jobs: A Grave New World (1971)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Program Development by Stepwise Refinement – Niklaus Wirth (1971)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Secrets of the Little Blue Box (1971)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: How It Works…The Computer (1971)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: Secrets of the Little Blue Box: The Best Account of Telephone Hackers (1971)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Program Development by Stepwise Refinement (1971)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Project Cybersyn (1971)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: The Bearded Gods Speak (1971)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: Felicia, the Pipe-Cleaning Ferret of Fermilab (1971)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Secrets of the Little Blue Box (1971)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Twenty Things to do with a Computer (1971) (pdf)
SCORE: 90

TITLE: A Personal Computer for Children of All Ages. Alan Kay (1972)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: John Berger – Ways of Seeing (1972)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Greening of the Astronauts (1972)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Personal Computer for Children of All Ages – Alan Kay (1972)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Destination Mankind (1972)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Computer Networks – The Heralds of Resource Sharing (1972) (video)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Museum Hopping to Paris 747 Style (1972)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Humble Programmer by Edsger W. Dijkstra (1972)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Tyranny of Structurelessness (1972)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Bob Metcalfe’s Original Ethernet Design Sketch (1972)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Alan Kay (1972). A Personal Computer for Children of All Ages
SCORE: 25

TITLE: Programming Languages: History and Future (1972) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Xerox internal memo about the Alto (1972)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: NSA guide to Writing Efficient Fortran (1972)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Humble Programmer (1972) (pdf)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Spacewar – Fanatic Life and Symbolic Death Among the Computer Bums (1972)
SCORE: 46

TITLE: The Humble Programmer (1972)
SCORE: 150

TITLE: Computer Networks – The Heralds of Resource Sharing, Arpanet (1972)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On the Design of Editors for Small Computers (1972)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: The Social Ideology of the Motorcar (1973)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Unselfishness Trap (1973)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hints for Programming Language Design (1973)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Lighthill Debate (1973) – John McCarthy, Donald Michie, James Lighthill
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The social ideology of the motorcar (1973)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Strength of Weak Ties (1973) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Rosenhan experiment (1973)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: E. W. Dijkstra Archive: A parable. (1973)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: The legend of John von Neumann (1973)
SCORE: 96

TITLE: Richard Feynman on scientific integrity (1974)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Richard Feynman on scientific integrity (1974)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Live Not by Lies (1974)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Wireless Power Transmission Test (1974) (vid)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Computers Aren’t So Smart, After All (1974)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Art Collective Proposes Open Mobile Lab to Communicate with Dolphins (1974)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Knuth: Structured Programming with go to Statements (1974)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Works Records System (1974)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Minsky’s AI Framework for Representing Knowledge (1974)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Popek and Goldberg virtualization requirements (1974)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Privacy and Surveillance PSAs from the New Mexico Civil Liberties Union (1974)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Monitors: An Operating System Structuring Concept (1974)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cargo Cult Science, by Richard Feynman (1974)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: The unsuccessful self-treatment of a case of “writer’s block” (1974)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Computer Programming as an Art (1974) (pdf)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: The Conversation (1974)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: The Conversation (1974)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: Richard Feynman: Cargo Cult Science (1974)
SCORE: 211

TITLE: Plutonium Powered Pacemaker (1974)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Structured Programming with go to Statements (1974) (pdf)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Michel Foucault. Discipline and Punish (1975), Panopticism
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Dirac Lecture Videos (1975)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: CIA Admits Using News To Manipulate the USA (1975)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Scheme: An Interpreter for Extended Lambda Calculus (1975) (pdf)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Oblique Strategies (1975): Change nothing and continue consistently
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Multi-Billion Dollar Fight Over Who Owns The Sun (1975)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Randomness and Mathematical Proof (1975)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: CIA Admits Using News To Manipulate the USA (1975)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Church Committee Report on NSA Surveillance Affecting Americans (1975) (pdf)
SCORE: 75

TITLE: Cabinentaxi personal rapid transit system (1975)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Ivan Illich: Medical Nemesis – Expropriation of Health (1976)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Atari Pong review (1976)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Regis McKenna Inc. Advertising – Apple Computer Company (1976)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Memoirs of an Ex-Social Security Number Giver (1976)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Network (1976) – IMDb
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Recording of NSA arguing for weaker encryption (1976)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: An Open Letter to Hobbyists — Bill Gates (1976)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Matrix Singular Value Decomposition Film (1976)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A meeting between Stanford researchers, NBS, and NSA, to discuss DES (1976)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: AM (1976): first math AI system to automate conjectures & concepts, not proofs
SCORE: 4

TITLE: William Shatner explains what microprocessors are and do (1976)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: A physicist examines the Kennedy assassination film – Alvarez (1976)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An open letter to hobbyists by Bill Gates (1976)
SCORE: 59

TITLE: Seymour Cray: “Cray-1 Introduction” (1976) (video)
SCORE: 67

TITLE: Grace Hopper: David and Goliath (1976)
SCORE: 40

TITLE: Estimating Coefficients in Linear Models: It Don’t Make No Nevermind (1976)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: The Early Development of Programming Languages (1976) (pdf)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: The Compucolor 8001 (1976)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: Potential For Computer Invasion Of Your Life Called Horrifying (1977)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Personal Dynamic Media (1977) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bill Gates (1977)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: On the Shoulders of Titans: A History of Project Gemini (1977)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Debunking the “expensive procedure call” myth (1977) (pdf)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Why The Professor Can’t Teach (1977)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hayek on non-government currencies (1977)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Making of the Computer Graphics for Star Wars (1977)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Golden Record: Data Visualization for Extraterrestrials (1977)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: President Carter’s “Moral Equivalent of War” Energy Policy Address (1977)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: System Description: The Apple-II by Stephen Wozniak (1977)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Can Programming Be Liberated From The Von Neumann Style? (1977) (pdf)
SCORE: 64

TITLE: The Complexity of Songs (1977) (pdf)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Piaget on Piaget – Genetic epistemology (1977) (video)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Kurt Vonnegut, the Art of Fiction No. 64 (1977)
SCORE: 64

TITLE: Excuse Me Sir, Would You Like to Buy a Kilo of Isopropyl Bromide? (1977) (pdf)
SCORE: 89

TITLE: Johnny Carson: Fifteen Years of the Salto Mortale (1978)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Connection Machine (1978)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Key Documents in the Creation of Apple II DOS (1978)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An interview with Martin Gardner (1978)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Senate overwhelmingly bans US surveillance without court order (1978)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Paul Krugman’s “The Theory of Interstellar Trade” (1978) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television (1978)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: CS students have more complex values than social science students (1978)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Literate programming: TECO source (1978)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: BBC documentary on the microprocessor (1978)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The First BBS (1978)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Computer Games You Can Program Yourself (1978)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: The Theory of Interstellar Trade, Paul Krugman (1978)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: Growing a Compiler (2009) (1978)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Video: 24 year-old Steve Jobs prepping for his first TV appearance (1978)
SCORE: 94

TITLE: Programming in an Interactive Environment: The Lisp Experience (1978) (pdf)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: APPLE COMPUTER INC. Preliminary Confidential Offering Memorandum (1978) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Mindful Brain: Cortical Organization, Theory of Higher Brain Function (1978) (pdf)
SCORE: 49

TITLE: Rosetta Smalltalk: A Microcomputer Language (1979) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: LEGO minifig patent (1979)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Security Controls for Computer Systems (1979)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Letter from Manhattan (1979)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The New Sound of Music is a vintage BBC documentary (1979)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Xerox shows Steve Jobs 3 things (1979)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How To Present A Paper (1979)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: History of Lisp by John McCarthy (1979)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Neil Young (1979) – Is this the greatest guitar sound ever?
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Zork: A Computerized Fantasy Simulation Game (1979)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Land without Plea Bargaining: How the Germans Do It (1979)
SCORE: 192

TITLE: Design of Lisp-based Processors (1979)
SCORE: 117

TITLE: DND-1 Source Code by Richard Garriott (1979) (pdf)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: Notation as a Tool of Thought (1979) (pdf)
SCORE: 58

TITLE: Bill Gates: “There’s nobody getting rich writing software that I know of” (1980)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The paper that killed FEXPRs (1980)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Original project scope for the Macintosh (1980)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The ARPANET Interface Message Processor (1980) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs rare footage conducting presentation (1980)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Emperor’s Old Clothes: Tony Hoare’s Turing Award Speech (1980) (pdf)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Lisp–Notes On Its Past And Future (1980)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A History of Byte Ordering (1980)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Prescient Critical Thinking about the Space Shuttle Program (1980)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: (1980) Steve Jobs interview about how he founded Apple
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Vintage Steve Jobs footage on Apple (1980)
SCORE: 94

TITLE: How a Tokyo Earthquake Could Devastate The World Economy by Michael Lewis (1980)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Reaching Agreement in the Presence of Faults (1980) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: A young Steve Jobs talking about Apple at Stanford (1980) (video)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Yet Another Modest Proposal: The Roentgen Standard (1980)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Beam Me Out Of This Death Trap, Scotty (1980)
SCORE: 84

TITLE: Dune Genesis (1980)
SCORE: 111

TITLE: Philip K. Dick Previews Blade Runner (1981)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Byte Magazine Volume 06 Number 08 – Smalltalk (1981)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Untraceable electronic mail, return addresses and digital pseudonyms (1981)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The architecture of IBM’s early computers (1981)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Reality Distortion Field (1981)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Good Writers Write: A Theory of Writing (1981)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Design Principles Behind Smalltalk (1981)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The truth about Unix: The user interface is horrid (1981)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Горячая жевательная резинка 3/Lemon Popsicle 3: Hot Bubblegum (1981)DVDRip
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Minsky on music (1981)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: MIT’s Lisp LOOP macro horrorshow (1981)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The SmallTalk-80 System – Byte Magazine (1981)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A world championship-level Othello program (1981)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Evil Dead (1981) Horror Movie Story, Pic, Wallpapers & information
SCORE: 1

TITLE: New Computer Architectures and their Relationship to Physics (1981)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Rob Pike: An important message from Dennis Ritchie (1981)
SCORE: 163

TITLE: Music, Mind, and Meaning (1981)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Lisp: Basically Speaking (1981) (pdf)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: The Interlisp Programming Environment (1981) (pdf)
SCORE: 58

TITLE: Rare Cancer Seen In 41 Homosexuals (1981)
SCORE: 178

TITLE: The Optical Mouse (1981) (pdf)
SCORE: 51

TITLE: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, The Art of Fiction No. 69 (1981)
SCORE: 54

TITLE: The Origin of Spacewar! (1981)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: EMACS: The Extensible, Customizable Display Editor (1981)
SCORE: 144

TITLE: Why Pascal is Not My Favorite Programming Language (1981)
SCORE: 73

TITLE: Byte: The Smalltalk Issue (1981) (pdf)
SCORE: 37

TITLE: Marvin Minsky: “Why people think computers can’t” (1982)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: High Tech, High Risk, and High Life in Silicon Valley (1982)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: How West Germany and Austria hacked the World Cup rules to both advance (1982)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Charter Issue of PC Magazine (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Unix: Making Computers Easier To Use (1982)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Byzantine Generals Problem (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Epigrams on Programming (1982)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Have You Ever Tried to Sell a Diamond? (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Computer Science Careers–do they still exist? (1982)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Minitel – A ‘Net Before the Internet (1982)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: CompuServe Ad, Someday (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Vi Short Answer Quiz (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Grace Hopper 60 Minutes (1982)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Bestiary of Intelligence Writing (1982) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Greg Chaitin: Goedel’s Theorem and Information (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Living with a Computer (1982)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Xerox Star User Interface (1982)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Living With a Computer (1982)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: The Unix System: Making Computers Easier to Use (1982) (video)
SCORE: 114

TITLE: The Killing of America (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: My war: How I got irony in the infantry (1982)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: (1982) Behind the scenes at game developer Imagic with PBS’s “Enterprise”
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Epigrams on Programming (1982)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why People think Computers Can’t by Marvin Minsky (1982)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: -2000 Lines Of Code (metrics == bad) (1982)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Living With a Computer (1982)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Bill Buxton: Multi-Touch Systems that I Have Known (1982)
SCORE: 115

TITLE: Have You Ever Tried to Sell a Diamond? (1982)
SCORE: 279

TITLE: The fate of published peer-reviewed articles, submitted again (1982)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: Discussion of Star Wars (1982)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Inside the Soviet Army (1982)
SCORE: 125

TITLE: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) Atari 2600 Source Code
SCORE: 8

TITLE: A Simple Guide to Five Normal Forms in Relational Database Theory (1982)
SCORE: 133

TITLE: Blit – The first Unix graphical multi-programming terminal (1982) (video)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: The Unix System: Making Computers More Productive (1982) (video)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Hints for computer system design (1983)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: What went wrong at Atari? (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An Early Review of Windows (1983)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Synoid (1983) pure analog video feedback demo
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Microsoft does Windows (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Monkey Lives (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Defender Board Game (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs = Nostradamus (1983)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Learn to Touch Type (1983)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Story of Mel – Hacker Folklore (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Tinkerings of Robert Noyce (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The H.P. Touch Computer (1983)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Computer Moves In (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mike Moritz on Steve Jobs (1983)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: The Tinkerings of Robert Noyce (1983)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Emily Post for the Internet (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The very first iPhone (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: New York Times Employee Computer Policy (1983)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Cliff Young, Farmer – Ultramarathoner at 61 (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Silent Power Of The NSA (1983)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Distribution of Wealth in America (1983)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Real Programmers Don’t Use Pascal (1983)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Updated Book off Jobs (1983)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How to “write” programs (1983)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Andy Grove: High Output Management (1983) (free book and audiobook)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ironies of Automation (1983)
SCORE: 65

TITLE: John Walker’s Crisis Letter to Autodesk Employees (1983)
SCORE: 75

TITLE: The story of Mel (1983)
SCORE: 80

TITLE: The day that changed the way we see software (1983)
SCORE: 69

TITLE: With object-oriented I/O, the write primitive is unnecessary (1983)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: The Gandhi Nobody Knows (1983)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: Time Magazine profile of Steve Jobs (1983)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: “Lost” Steve Jobs Speech: Wireless Networking,iPad,&App Store (1983)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: A Proposal For A System To Replace Ordinary Record Merchandising (1983)
SCORE: 150

TITLE: My Comments to the FCC on the No Code NPRM (1983)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Real programmers don’t use Pascal (1983)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: The Silent Power of the NSA (1983)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: New UNIX implementation (1983)
SCORE: 370

TITLE: Free Unix (1983)
SCORE: 122

TITLE: KGB Defector Explains the Theory and Practice of Subversion (1983)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: When Proton Meets Monopole (1983)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Chris Sievey – Camouflage – Sinclair ZX81 pop video (1983)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hints for computer system design (1983)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: The Tinkerings of Robert Noyce (1983)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Interview with Raymond Carver (1983)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: The Mac is Introduced to the Boston Computer Society (1984)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Critique of Common Lisp by Dick Gabriel and Rodney Brooks (1984)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A Stream Input-Output System – Dennis Ritchie (1984)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Reflections on Trusting Trust (1984)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Future of Artificial Intelligence (1984)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Macintosh is an advanced personal productivity tool for knowledge workers (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How to Talk Like a San Franciscan (1984)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Apple Launches a Mac Attack (1984)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Real Programs Dump Core (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Telnet Song (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Portal (1984) – Traditional animation that looks like CGI
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Wozniak interview (1984) (video)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Casio AT-550 Touch Screen Calculator Watch (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Young Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Steve Wozniak’s interview on the Merv Griffin Show (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Pessimal Algorithms and Simplexity Analysis (1984) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A grouch computer (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: On Your Own: Turbo Pascal, The Early Days (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Alan Kay – Computer Software (1984)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Switcher (1984)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Terence McKenna on Computers, the Internet and Technology (1984)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Fast File System for Unix (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hackers: Wizards of the Electronic Age (1984): when hackers were the good guys:
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sesame Street “What is a computer?” (1984)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Ken Thompson: Reflections on Trusting Trust (1984)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Steve Jobs plays FDR in Apple internal sales video (1984)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Literate Programming Knuth(1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Glimpse of A.I. with John McCarthy, Nils Nilsson, Edward Feigenbaum (1984)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Computer Chronicles – Operating Systems (1984)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: The Alice and Bob After Dinner Speech (1984)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: Is it OK to be a Luddite? (1984)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Microsoft needs wizards (1984)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Interview with Bill Joy (1984)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: Value of Windowing is Questioned (1984)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Real Programmers (1984)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Personal Computers – Hardware Review – Apple Weighs in With Macintosh (1984)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: Macintosh review from BYTE Magazine (1984)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ATT Unix System V Prices (1984) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Ken Thompson: Reflections on Trusting Trust (1984) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why AM and Eurisko Appear to Work (1984) (pdf)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Cottage Computer Programming (1984)
SCORE: 91

TITLE: The Alice and Bob After Dinner Speech (1984)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: A Spreadsheet Way of Knowledge (1984)
SCORE: 116

TITLE: Reflections on Trusting Trust (1985)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Steve Jobs brainstorms with the NeXT team (1985)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Playboy Interview With Steve Jobs (1985)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Technologies that make it simpler to track your every move (1985)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Karateka Fan Letter From John Romero (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Computer Chronicles: Macintosh (1985) – 30 min video
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Steve Jobs (1985)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: (1985) Steve Jobs speaking at Lunds University, Sweden
SCORE: 2

TITLE: VP of Activision likens piracy to stealing a Porsche (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Parable of the Two Programmers (1985)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steve Jobs: The Playboy Interview (1985)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Richard Feynman on computers and Big Brother (1985)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steve Jobs’ interview (1985)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Edsger W. Dijkstra interview (1985)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Steve Jobs Talks About His Rise and Fall (1985)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Hacker’s Handbook (1985)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Computer Chronicles: Unix (1985) (video)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: That Trendy Computer (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: College students flock to computer science(1985)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steve Jobs brainstorms with the NeXT team (1985)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steve Jobs Talks About His Rise and Fall (1985)
SCORE: 46

TITLE: Steve Jobs in a TV report about Apple Computers (1985)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Capturing a Comet: Giotto II (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs brainstorms with the NeXT team (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Hacker’s Handbook (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Computer Chronicles: Unix (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Terry Prachett: Why Gandalf Never Married (1985)
SCORE: 95

TITLE: E-mail is no more efficient than the telephone or the postal service (1985)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: Showdown in Silicon Valley (1985)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: Steve Jobs: Playboy Interview (1985)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Fundamental Physical Limits of Computation (1985)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Usenet discussion of the Y2K problem (1985)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Oral History of Bob Barton and the Burroughs B5000 team (1985)
SCORE: 63

TITLE: Playboy Interview: Steven Jobs (1985)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Super Mario Bros Coin Sound (1985)
SCORE: 83

TITLE: Sinclair C5 Electric Car (1985)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: E.W.Dijkstra Archive: Interview (1985)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: Why do computers stop and what can be done about it? (1985) (pdf)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Police Drop Bomb on Radicals’ Home in Philadelphia (1985)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: What is a Hacker? (1985)
SCORE: 96

TITLE: Communicating Sequential Processes (1985) (pdf)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Playboy Interview: Steve Jobs (1985)
SCORE: 252

TITLE: Weizenbaum examines computers and society (1985)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: The Researcher’s Bible (1985)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: The Risks Digest Volume 3: Issue 44 (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Hacker Manifesto (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Doug Tygar Practical Joke (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Richard Hamming: You and Your Research (1986)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: No Silver Bullet (1986)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Inside The Deal That Made Bill Gates $350,000,000 (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs – Keeper of the Vision (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Programmers at Work (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Lessons of Lucasfilm’s early MMORPG, Habitat (1986)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Fred Brooks’ No Silver Bullet (1986) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Richard Hamming: You And Your Research (1986)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: No Silver Bullet: Essence and Accidents of Software Engineering (1986)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Guidelines for Designing User Interface Software (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hacking McDonalds (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Inside The (IPO) Deal That Made Bill Gates $350M (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ballmer Sells Windows 1.0 (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Grace Hopper on Letterman (1986)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Hacker Manifesto (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How the cover of Defender of the Crown (1986) was made
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Dennis Ritchie: Experience with Unicos on the Cray X-MP (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Unix IS DEAD WANNA FIGHT? – John C. Dvorak (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: (1986) a Short Ballad Dedicated to the Growth of Programs
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Gary Kildall Interview from Programmers at Work (1986)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: The Hacker’s Manifesto (1986)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: Grace Hopper on Letterman (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Programmers At Work – Bill Gates (1986)
SCORE: 40

TITLE: The Lecture System in Teaching Science, and My Discovery of the “Gutenberg Method” (1986)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: You and Your Research (1986)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Programmers At Work (1986)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Bill Gates interview (1986)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Balance of Power, by Chris Crawford (1986)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: BYTE Interview With Richard Stallman (1986)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: Richard Hamming: You and Your Research (1986)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: Programmers At Work: Bill Gates (1986)
SCORE: 308

TITLE: Personal observations on the reliability of the Shuttle (1986)
SCORE: 134

TITLE: My Life as a Forth Interpreter (1986) (pdf)
SCORE: 73

TITLE: Unix Recovery Legend (1986)
SCORE: 136

TITLE: How Not to Lie with Statistics: Avoiding Common Mistakes (1986) (pdf)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: “A ‘replacement’ for awk and sed” – The first perl version (1987)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Mutant languages from the Lisp Lab (1987)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Card Computers to Make Big Brother Obsolete (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: This is how the cover art of Dungeon Master (1987) was made
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Eight Stages of Successful Social Movements (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mathematical Writing – Lecture Notes (1987)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Alternate Reality Kit (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hypercard (1987)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Computer Chronicles – Portable Computers (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: People goes to Russia (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Anatomy Of A High-Tech Bicycle (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why Isn’t the Whole World Developed? Lessons from the Cotton Mills (1987) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Year in Pyongyang (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Macintosh Computer – Archetypal Capitalist Machine? (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Universe As A Hologram (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Morning After (1987)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Does Improved Technology Mean Progress? (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Logical Rudeness (1987)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Daniel G Bobrow: Common Lisp Object Standard (1987)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Playboy interviews Steve Jobs (1987)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Evolving Man (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An Introduction to Hypercard (1987)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Bill Gates’ sharp, prescient analysis of the Mac’s prospects in business (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Vice of Selfishness – A critique of Ayn Rand’s Objectivism (1987)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: A Categorical Programming Language (1987) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Always mount the scratch monkey (1987)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: Wadler’s critique of SICP (1987)
SCORE: 80

TITLE: No Silver Bullet: Essence and Accidents of Software Engineering (1987)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Siemens RTL tiled window system (1987)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A calculus of functions for program derivation (1987)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: History Uncut: Bill Gates unveils Microsoft Excel (1987)
SCORE: 62

TITLE: Unix Text Processing (1987)
SCORE: 108

TITLE: Lisp: A Language for Stratified Design (1987) (pdf)
SCORE: 86

TITLE: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Internet (1987)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Armored Car Used to Potentially Block Minuteman-Missile Launch (1987)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: Ray Tracing Jell-O Brand Gelatin (1987) (pdf)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: Autoweapons (1987)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: From Crossbows to Cryptography: Techno-Thwarting the State (1987)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: The Outsiders (1987)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Classic Hacks: A Report on the Internet Worm (1988)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Contrasts In Style: choice-based vs. rule-based (1988)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Sources of Innovation (1988) (ebook)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Stalking the Wily Hacker (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Richard P. Feynman – the last journey of a genius (1988)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Crunchiness (1988)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: First mention of “The Internet” in The New York Times was about a virus (1988)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: ‘Virus’ in Military Computers Disrupts Systems Nationwide (1988)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Project 2000 (1988) Apple Computer
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Project 2000 Video – Apple Computer (1988)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The IBM Cobol Structuring Facility (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Corporation That Got Sentenced to Prison (1988)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking and Arthur C. Clarke (1988) (video)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Pushing The Envelope (1988)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How to do research at the MIT AI Lab (1988)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Education and demographics: how do they affect unemployment rates? (1988)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Aesthetics of Computers (1988)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Early Years Of Logic Programming (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Marvin Minsky – The Society of Mind (1988)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Statistical Analysis and the Illusion of Objectivity (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: KLF – The Manual: How To Have A Number One The Easy Way (1988)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Pinch-to-zoom video (1988)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: LA Magazine (1988) predicts life in 2013
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Lectures on Constructive Functional Programming (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: Michael Jackson Moonwalker (1988) INTERNAL DVDRip
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Designing Reusable Classes, Journal of Object-Oriented Programming (1988)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Manual by the KLF (How to Have a Number One the Easy Way) (1988)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Fabrik – A Visual Programming Environment From Apple (1988)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: Computer Bowl I (1988)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The do-it-yourself life of Ludwig Wittgenstein (1988)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: Dijkstra on the cruelty of really teaching computing science (1988)
SCORE: 74

TITLE: Morris Worm Decompiled (1988)
SCORE: 63

TITLE: Animation: NeXT Computer Introduction (1988)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The World’s First Vegetable Powered RISC (1988)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: TV news report on computer virus (1988) (vid)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Tom Duff on Duff’s Device (1988)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: Tablet: Personal Computer in the Year 2000 (1988)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: The Original Hacker’s Dictionary (1988)
SCORE: 83

TITLE: Morris Worm Incident Report #1 (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Yugoslavs Find No Paradise at McDonald’s (1988)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Dijkstra: On the cruelty of really teaching computer science (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 111

TITLE: How to do research at the MIT AI Lab (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: The State of C (1988)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: CommonLoops: Merging Lisp and Object-Oriented Programming (1988) (pdf)
SCORE: 17

TITLE: The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces (1988) (video)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: One of the Classics: Asimov – The Relativity of Wrong (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Kevin Kelly Interview with Jaron Lanier about Virtual Reality (1989) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: When Simpsons creator Matt Groening drew for Apple Computer (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Dead Code Maintenance (1989)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Program understanding: Challenge for the 1990s (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Changing Face of War: Into the Fourth Generation (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Dan Ingalls explaining OOP (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: An Interview with Ivan Sutherland (pdf) (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Psion MC 400 Mobile Computer (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: U.S. Signals Intelligence (1989)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A Tinkertoy computer that plays tic-tac-toe (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Shortest Network Problem (1989) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Original “heavy boots” story (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How a Tokyo Earthquake Could Devastate Wall Street and the World Economy (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sausalito Journal; Whole Earth State-of-Art Rapping (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Everlasting Autodidact (1989)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Entrepreneur Of The Decade: An Interview With Steve Jobs (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Illustrated Guide to Apple Computers by Matt Groening (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Design of Browsing and Berrypicking Techniques (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why Functional Programming Matters (1989) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Internet Routing (1989) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Classic: “Clinical vs. Actuarial Assessments” (1989) — models beat experts
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Original Turtle Trading Rules (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Lawyer as Lobbyist (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Stack Computers: the new wave (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ZISC: Zero Instruction Set Computer (1989)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Zero Instruction Set Computer Architecture (1989)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The original proposal of the WWW, HTMLized (1989)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Soviets Free the Dreaded Photocopier (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Crackdown in Beijing; Thousands Fight Back, Scores are Killed (1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Finding the magic: cognitive aspects of mood and emotion in advertising.(1989)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: One Man’s Fight for Free Software (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Secret Lair of the Jedi, the Grail and Green Slimers (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Microsoft: The “Velvet Sweatshop” (1989)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: Isaac Asimov – The Relativity of Wrong (1989)
SCORE: 97

TITLE: How a Tokyo Earthquake Could Devastate Wall Street & World Economy (1989)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Apple R&D (1989): Mousing is faster than keyboarding, but users don’t believe it
SCORE: 119

TITLE: Tim Berners-Lee’s original WWW proposal (1989)
SCORE: 86

TITLE: The Real War 1939-1945, by Paul Fussell (1989)
SCORE: 223

TITLE: Now IT’S SMART TV (1989)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Infocom’s ZIL programming language user’s guide (1989) (pdf)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: Stack Computers: the new wave (1989)
SCORE: 100

TITLE: Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine (1989)
SCORE: 127

TITLE: Theorems for Free (1989) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Deluxe Paint III (1989)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Notes on Programming in C (1989)
SCORE: 54

TITLE: Cuts and jumpers on a different scale (1989)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: Inciting a Revolution: Romanian Massacre That Never Happened (1990)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Commercialization of the Internet (1990)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams on Avian Carriers (1990)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Computer Chronicles – Programming Languages (1990)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Neuromorphic Electronic Systems (1990) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Card-Shuffling Into Hyperspace (1990)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Penn & Teller, Rob Pike and Dennis Ritchie, pull a prank on Arno Penzias (1990)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Running The World: The Lessons of Lucasfilm’s Habitat (1990)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: GOP Gadfly Turns to Bashing Rich (1990)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Lessons of Lucasfilm’s Habitat MMO (1990)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: CIA Tie Reported In Mandela Arrest (1990)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Informing ourselves to death (1990)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Godwin’s Law: Meme, Counter Meme (1990)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Computer Intruder Is Put on Probation And Fined $10,000 (1990)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: IBM Jargon and General Computing Dictionary Tenth Edition (1990)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: IBM introduces “Pointing Stick” (TrackPoint) (1990)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Future of Photography..? (1990)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Nonlinear Forecasting: noise vs. chaos (1990)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: SJ Games vs. the Secret Service (1990)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: Memorable quotes for Total Recall (1990)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “Everything you see was paid for by Dear Reader.” (1990)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: “She loves me, she loves me not”, Obfuscated C (1990)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: The Science of Liberty, An Interview with Murray N. Rothbard (1990)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Someone is stealing your life (1990)
SCORE: 167

TITLE: All NeXT Inc.’s Plant Lacks Is Orders (1990)
SCORE: 156

TITLE: Clifford Stoll: The KGB, the Computer, and Me (1990)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Bill Watterson Commencement Speech (1990)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: The TED2 Conference (1990) Writeup, 22 Years Later
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Science of Scientific Writing (1990)
SCORE: 45

TITLE: Game Show Problem (1990)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Computer-related horror stories, folklore and anecdotes (1990)
SCORE: 78

TITLE: Who Died in Beijing, And Why (1990) (pdf)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: A Software Design Manifesto (1990)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: The Lessons of Lucasfilm’s Habitat (1990)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: Walt Mossberg’s First WSJ Tech Column (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Arithmetic Coding + Statistical Modeling = Data Compression (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to Shoot Yourself in the Foot (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mean Mr. Metric – Usenet Oracle (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Walk in the Sun (1991)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Computer for the 21st Century (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Lisp: Good News, Bad News, How to Win Big (1991)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Functional Programming: Bananas, Lenses, Envelopes and Barbed Wire (1991) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Torture-testing Backup and Archive Programs (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Lively Linear Lisp — ‘Look Ma, No Garbage’ (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why are There so Few Female Computer Scientists? (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Breakthrough in Nuclear Fusion Offers Hope for Power of Future (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why Your Friends Have More Friends Than You Do (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Six-Lesson Schoolteacher (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview With Graphic Designer Paul Rand (1991)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Обнаженная в шляпе – (1991) DVDRip
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Addams Family – (1991) – HDRip » HostVideo.Ru
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Happy Birthday to Tim Berners-Lee’s WorldWideWeb – The first web browser (1991)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Wait-Free Synchronization (1991) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Steve Jobs Explains NeXT’s Strategy (1991) (vid)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: An Embedded Forth Interpreter in 66 bytes (1991)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: Relational databases performed a task that didn’t need doing (1991)
SCORE: 91

TITLE: Steve Jobs talks marketing strategy in a internal NeXT video (1991)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Classrooms of the Heart – John Gatto (1991)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: The WorldWideWeb application is now available as an alpha release (1991)
SCORE: 438

TITLE: Tim Berners-Lee’s Original Announcement (1991)
SCORE: 184

TITLE: A 3-Instruction Forth for Embedded Systems Work (1991)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: The Wonderful Power of Storytelling (1991)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: The Computer for the 21st Century (1991)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: What would you like to see most in minix? (1991)
SCORE: 398

TITLE: When Is It Legal to Lie in Negotiations? (1991)
SCORE: 71

TITLE: IRC logs from the beginning of the Gulf War (1991)
SCORE: 220

TITLE: Linus Torvalds email seeking input for Linux(1991)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steve Jackson Games v. Secret Service (1991)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Waiting for the Weekend (1991)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Getting Started in *Lisp (1991) (pdf)
SCORE: 75

TITLE: What’s All This Widlar Stuff, Anyhow? (1991)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: The Unix Shell as a Fourth Generation Language (1991) (pdf)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: A Categorical Manifesto (1991) (pdf)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: The Mountains of Pi (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Linus vs. Tanenbaum (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bayesian methods for adaptive models (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Synthesis: An Efficient Implementation of Fundamental OS Services (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why some things are the way they are in Python (1992)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: World traveler smuggles drugs — and hope — for people with AIDS (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Fast Antialiasing (1992)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Guido van Rossum joins WWW-Talk list and merits of Python Debated (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: What’s Wrong with the EPA? (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Ian Davis, The Creator of the Draw (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The first web page (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Software Glitch Cripples Ambulance Service (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Large Scale Structure of the Universe (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Don’t Copy That Floppy (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Postscript on the Societies of Control (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Iterators: Signs of Weakness in Object-Oriented Languages (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Stop getting bug reports via fax (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Modern Money Mechanics: A Workbook on Bank Reserves and Deposit Expansion (1992) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: On The Typography of Flight Deck Documentation (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Audio Home Recording Act (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Steve Jobs demonstrating NeXTSTEP (1992)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Oracle Server (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Starfire: A Vision of Future Computing (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Doom Bible (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Minimum wages and employment (1992) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Use of Prolog for developing a new programming language (Erlang) (1992)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Documentary about the History of the Amiga ( 1992 )
SCORE: 2

TITLE: All IBM Stories are True (1992)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Ultimate Congressional Hideaway (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Growth Hacking gone wrong: “Hoover’s free flights fiasco recalled” (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Postscript on the Societies of Control (1992)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Scheme Story (1992)
SCORE: 69

TITLE: The Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier (1992)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Sneakers – movie about pen testing, crypto/nsa, espionage, and deception (1992)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: On the Typography of Flight-Deck Documentation (1992) (pdf)
SCORE: 138

TITLE: Linus Torvalds: Long Filenames (1992)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Linux News #3, with an interview with Linus Torvalds (1992)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why Chinese Is So Damn Hard (1992)
SCORE: 270

TITLE: 28 soldiers die due to .34 second clock offset (1992)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: The Tanenbaum-Torvalds Debate (1992)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: The Star7 PDA Prototype, Genesis of Java (video) (1992)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: Arthur Whitney’s One-page Interpreter (1992)
SCORE: 59

TITLE: Journalist-baiting before Shane Fitzgerald (1992)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Disneyland with the Death Penalty (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: War Is Virtual Hell (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: CircleMUD multi-user dungeon (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: SUN Microsystems (1993): Starfire (video)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why has online shopping failed to fulfill its promise? (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Take A Trip into the Future on the ELECTRONIC SUPERHIGHWAY (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Technological Singularity: How to Survive in the Post-Human Era (1993)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Guido van Rossum on proposed new tag: IMG (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Leave me alone, can’t you see I’m learning your language? (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Case for a Ukranian Nuclear Deterrent (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Buying A New Computer (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How to Get Your SIGGRAPH Paper Rejected (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Computer Chronicles – The Internet (1993) (video)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Painless Guide to CRC Error Detection Algorithms (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Problem With Music, by Steve Albini (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Alan Kay and Daniel Hills interview (1993)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Anonymity on the Internet (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Phiber Optik – Last Interview Before 1 Year In Prison (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Crypto Rebels (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How to Avoid the 29 Biggest Computer Mistakes (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Proposed new tag: IMG (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Visit to id Software (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Sourceware Operating System Proposal (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A visit to id software (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Art Hoaxes by Denis Dutton (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On proof and progress in mathematics (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Proposed new tag: IMG (1993)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Examining the Windows AARD Detection Code (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: `Tutorial on Good Lisp Programming Style” P.Norvig and K. Pitman (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Microsoft’s ¨Shrimp and Weenies¨ Memo (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Project Hyreus (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “Truth” Drugs in Interrogation (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Should Computer Scientists Read Derrida? (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Whole Internet: User’s Guide and Catalog (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Programming Bottom-Up (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: INSLAW Octopus (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Vinge on Singularity (1993). What had changed since?
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Arthur C. Clarke on Life (1993)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Wired Hype List (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Anti-Soviet warrior puts his army on the road to peace (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The N.S.A. – F.U.C.K. Zine (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Записки Тинто Брасса: Подсматривающий / Voyeur (1993) BDRip / 1400
SCORE: 1

TITLE: СКАЧАТЬ БЕСПЛАТНО фильм: “Стрелец неприкаянный”(1993)DVDRip
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Numerical optimisation with Kangaroos (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Video: A Visit to id Software (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Visit to id Software (1993)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Programming Bottom-Up (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Where Is the Digital Highway Really Heading? (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: High Technology Innovation: Free Markets or Government Subsidies? (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Encyclopedias Go Multimedia (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mann Gulch Fire: A Race That Couldn’t Be Won (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Going back in time: A peek in to Cairo and how Microsoft plans Windows (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Interview with Don Knuth (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Creative Alternative to Democracy (1993)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Demo of Lucid’s advanced C/C++ programming system (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Es: A shell with higher-order functions (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Online Dire Straits – On The Night (1993) en Conciertos
SCORE: 2

TITLE: NYTimes: The Evolution of Cyberpunk (1993)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Crypto Rebels (1993)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: NCSA Mosaic for X 0.10 available (1993)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Take A Trip into the Future on the Electronic Superhighway (1993)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: Alan Kay on teaching children to program (1993)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Upside-Down “e” – an Editor’s Nightmare (1993)
SCORE: 64

TITLE: The Turn (1993)
SCORE: 146

TITLE: Kent Pitman on Equal Rights — and Wrongs — in Lisp (1993)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: To be in touch (1993)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: NeXTCube Serial Number AA001032 (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Apple-Microsoft Lawsuit Fizzles To A Close (1993)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Proposed new HTML tag: IMG (1993)
SCORE: 169

TITLE: Reed Hastings – Improving Tests for Reliability (1993)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Turn (1993)
SCORE: 103

TITLE: Secrets of the Magus (1993)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: Drucker on Management: The Five Deadly Business Sins (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The World Wide Web project (1993)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: New NIST/NSA Revelations (1993)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: How To Deconstruct Almost Anything (1993)
SCORE: 220

TITLE: An Interactive, Personalized, Newspaper on the Web (1993)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Bruce Sterling: Internet (1993)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: TCP in 30 instructions (1993)
SCORE: 132

TITLE: Object oriented programming with ANSI-C (1993)
SCORE: 79

TITLE: XMosaic-1.2 (1993) – Running Native under X-Windows on Mac OS/X
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Sergey Brin’s Resume (1993)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Implications of the Copernican principle for our future prospects (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Prefix Sums and Their Applications (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: The Pocket Handbook of Image Processing Algorithms in C (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 61

TITLE: The Early History of Smalltalk (1993)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: Reform of SGML (1993)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Almost perfect: the rise and fall of WordPerfect Corporation (1993)
SCORE: 168

TITLE: APROL: Array Processing Lisp (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: Strange Attractors: Creating Patterns in Chaos (1993)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Game tree search on parallel systems (1993) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Secrets of the Magus: Ricky Jay does closeup magic that flouts reality (1993)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: Man Builds His Own Helicopter – Bulawayo, Zimbabwe (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Jeff Bezos job posting for Amazon (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: IBM ZISC (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steve Jobs on his legacy (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Sociable Web (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Revealing Interview With Steve Jobs (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Doubts Raised on Number of Internet Users (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Alloc Stream Facility: A Redesign of Application-Level Stream I/O(1994)(pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Tablet Newspaper (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Kevin Kelly: Cracking Wall Street (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Nicholas Negroponte: Don’t Dissect the Frog, Build It (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: IBM enters smartphone market with a 4.7 touch screen (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Never seen before – Steve Jobs on his legacy (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bill Gates interviewed by Playboy (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Science’s Big Crunch (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interviewing Bill Gates, by Email and In Person (1994)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: K Foundation Burn a Million Quid (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Isaiah Berlin’s Message to the 21st Century (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: IRIX-bloat mail (optimists get promoted) (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: E-Money (That’s What I Want) by Steven Levy (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Caching Model of Operating System Kernel Functionality (1994)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Intuitive == Familiar: Thoughts on UI (1994)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Beyond Liberalization II: The Impending Doom of Common Carriage (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Worst Abuse of The Rules (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Lambda, The Ultimate Political Party (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Acid: A Debugger Built From A Language (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Kim Philby and the Age of Paranoia (1994)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Here comes Mosaic (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Don’t Worry Be Happy (1994)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Space Flight: Application of Orbital Mechanics (1994) (36 min)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “What is Internet, anyway?” (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Using The Dec Alpha As A Programmable Micro-engine (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Economics of the Music Industry (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Seven Days in the Life of Young Microsoft (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Algorithm Analyses Must Change to Model Current Processors (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Goldbug Virus (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Welcome to Netscape (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The first Internet marketing conference (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Pandora’s Vox Redux (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Design of the Connection Machine (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Alan Kay & Danny Hillis discuss cloud computing (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Prolog for Software Engineering (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Bill Gates Interview (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Introducing the Internet (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Larry Ellison (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Power vs. Adventure – PL/I and C (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Internet: What is it REALLY for? (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Eco: The Future of the Book (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Fun with Grapes – A Case Study (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: From Big Brother to Electronic Panopticon (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An Experiment in Software Prototyping Productivity (1994) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Cascading HTML Style Sheets – A Proposal (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Newsqueak – Rob Pike’s precursor to Go (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Netscape Communications First Press Release (1994)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Job Posting for Amazon.com Before it Launched (1994)
SCORE: 89

TITLE: How Jeff Bezos advertised for the first Amazon employees (1994)
SCORE: 51

TITLE: Haskell, Ada, C++, Awk: An Experiment in Prototyping Productivity (1994) (pdf)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: Whitfield Diffie: the prophet of privacy (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bill Gates interviewed in Playboy (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Smart Contracts (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Rolling Stone meets Steve Jobs: “I don’t want to talk about Apple” (1994)
SCORE: 60

TITLE: Bill Gates’s Playboy Interview (1994)
SCORE: 65

TITLE: Perfect Score for Americans in World Math Tourney (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Lisp as a vehicle for rapid prototyping (1994)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: “What society overwhelmingly asks for is snake oil” (1994)
SCORE: 73

TITLE: The Netscape Dorm (1994)
SCORE: 98

TITLE: What’s the Internet? Hilarious Video of NBC’s The Today Show (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Excessive Government Killed Ancient Rome (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Welcome to Mosaic Communications Corporation (1994)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: Rich Hickey on Functors in C++ (1994)
SCORE: 65

TITLE: Microserfs (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Wired.com reporter was first to register mcdonalds.com (1994)
SCORE: 87

TITLE: Is Stallman stalled? (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: E-Money (That’s What I Want) (1994)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: NSA security guidelines (1994)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: The history of Unix is as much about collaboration as technology (1994)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: A Story About ‘Magic’ (1994)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Internet at NPR (1994)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: The Unix Haters Handbook (1994) (pdf)
SCORE: 126

TITLE: Welcome to Netscape (1994)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Letter to the Patent Office From Professor Donald Knuth (1994)
SCORE: 135

TITLE: Fatal Dose – Radiation Deaths linked to AECL Computer Errors (1994)
SCORE: 120

TITLE: Who Should I Thank? (1994)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: Suicide Contagion and the Reporting of Suicide (1994)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: The Big Crunch (1994)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: Bug in the Pentium FPU (1994)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Airport ABCs: An Explanation of Airport Identifier Codes (1994)
SCORE: 90

TITLE: Disruptive Technologies: Catching the Wave (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Java Saga (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: An FTP security hole (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why the web sucks (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Letter to the Patent Office from Donald Knuth (1995)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Steve Jobs Speech (1995) – The Future of Animation
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Getting Government Out of Higher Education (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Fifty-Nine-Story Crisis (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Alt.scientology.war (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Does the Swiss army really use the Swiss army knife? (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Hacking the Mother Code (1995)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Interview with Lawrence Ellison (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Modern art was CIA ‘weapon’ (1995)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: “The truth in no online database will replace your daily newspaper” (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Power of Talk: Who Gets Heard and Why (1995)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: How Pot Has Grown (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: More than just words: Lambda, the ultimate political party (1995)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: Tom Brokaw Reports From The Dawn Of The Internet (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Brian Eno: “There is not enough Africa in computers” (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Digital Graffiti (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Viaweb’s First Business Plan (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Internet Tidal Wave (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Computer Pioneers – Harvey Cohn, 1923-2014 (1995)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Fifty-Nine-Story Crisis (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Curse of Xanadu (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: We Owe It All To The Hippies (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Small Scale Sin: low-level credit card hacking and computer fraud (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Traits: a new and useful template technique (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Apple Watch (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fear No AI (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Javascript: THE OPEN, CROSS-PLATFORM OBJECT SCRIPTING LANGUAGE (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Terse algebraic assembly language (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Assassins (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: James Bach – Enough About Process (1995) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Computer Chronicles – The Internet (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Computer Chronicles: Gary Kildall Special (1995) (video)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Darwin’s Rib (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (1995) FULL HOUR
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Danny Hillis: Seven Wonders of the World (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: RFC 1855: Netiquette Guidelines (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why The Web Won’t Be Nirvana (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Douglas Adams: What Have We Got to Lose? (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Www.suck.com (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How and Why trees – an almost forgotten idea? (1995)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Apple Newton Easter Egg (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Analysis of a Toxic Death (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The curse of Xanadu (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Can You Work in Netscape Time? (1995)
SCORE: 46

TITLE: PGPfone (1995)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: The Rise and Fall of Thinking Machines (1995)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: Microsoft Windows 95 Video Guide with Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Letter of Resignation Sent By Bush to Rifle Association (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Smithsonian Institution Oral History Interview with Steve Jobs (1995)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Hackers (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Rise and Fall of Thinking Machines Corporation (1995)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Why I Hate the Internet (1995)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Noam Chomsky: Education is Ignorance (1995)
SCORE: 119

TITLE: Interview with Bill Gates (1995)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: A Plea for the Horizontally Organized (1995)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: The Internet? Bah (1995)
SCORE: 116

TITLE: Citicorp Building: The Fifty-Nine Story Crisis (1995)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Demo or Die! You’re a teen hacker, you want to impress, you demo code (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Man deposits fake check in ATM, gets to keep the money. (1995)
SCORE: 140

TITLE: A Globe, Clothing Itself with a Brain (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: White Paper for Viaweb: How Catalog Companies will Use the Internet (1995)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Can You Work in Netscape Time? (1995)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: The Internet? Bah (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Original PHP announcement by Rasmus Lerdorf (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Fifty-Nine-Story Crisis (1995)
SCORE: 111

TITLE: The Decline of Unfettered Research (1995)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Death of Hong Kong (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Killer App: Wired Magazine, Voice of the Corporate Revolution (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Plan 9 from Bell Labs (1995)
SCORE: 51

TITLE: How to tell a Real Programmer from the crowd (1995)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Rise and Fall of Thinking Machines (1995)
SCORE: 98

TITLE: How Software Companies Die (1995)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: Video of Hamming’s “You and Your Research” (1995)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Modern art was CIA ‘weapon’ (1995)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Animatronic suit used by an actor playing Goro, for Mortal Kombat(1995) movie
SCORE: 3

TITLE: NSA “can – and does – listen to everyone from senators to lovers” (1995)
SCORE: 87

TITLE: Writing Bug-Free C Code (1995)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: The prospects for 128 bit processors (1995)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: The Great Ivy League Nude Posture Photo Scandal (1995)
SCORE: 144

TITLE: MuP21 – A High Performance MISC Processor (1995)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: How Software Companies Die by Orson Scott Card (1995)
SCORE: 230

TITLE: Why the Web Won’t Be Nirvana (1995)
SCORE: 93

TITLE: Netscape and Sun Announce JavaScript (1995)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Netiquette (1995)
SCORE: 96

TITLE: Against Intellectual Property (1995)
SCORE: 92

TITLE: Matt Blaze: My life as an international arms courier (1995)
SCORE: 89

TITLE: Hamming, “You and Your Research” (1995) (video)
SCORE: 192

TITLE: The Curse of Xanadu (1995)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Designing Calm Technology (1995)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: The unscientific origins of our obsession with viruses (1995)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Do Object-Oriented Languages Need Special Hardware Support? (1995) (pdf)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: One hundred rules for NASA project managers (1995) (pdf)
SCORE: 188

TITLE: We Owe It All to the Hippies (1995)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: Niklaus Wirth: A Plea for Lean Software (1995) (pdf)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: A Plea for Lean Software (1995) (pdf)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: Letter to the Patent Office From Professor Donald Knuth (1995)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Designer Who Made the Mac Smile (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Apple of Sun’s Eye (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: THE BILLIONAIRE BOYS’ CLUB (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Business Does Business on the Internet (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Spinning a Web Search (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Yahoo Catalogs Web Sites (1996)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Space Jam (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Krugman: A Country Is Not a Company (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Live Online with David Foster Wallace (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Denis Dutton and Patrick Henry: Truth Matters (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: IBM ZISC036, Zero Instruction set Computer (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Emulating FPGAs using Processors (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Twelve Networking Truths (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Proto A/B Testing was Patented in 1996 (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Turing Machines Are Recurrent Neural Networks (1996)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Introduction to Algorithmic Information Theory (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: In Praise of Evolvable Systems (1996)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Wearable Computing: Remembrance Agent and Privacy (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Twelve Networking Truths (1996)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Part Artist, Part Hacker And Full-Time Programmer (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bruce Schneier: Why Cryptography is Harder than it Looks (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: My pager-email gateway with web interface written in Bash (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: NYTimes: The New Encryption Universe (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Space Jam Website (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Phil Zimmermann Quote on Government and Crypto (1996)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: The process of writing software for the Space Shuttle (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How To Get My Job (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Is TECH TV must-see? (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Original Top Ten Mistakes in Web Design (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: W3C: HTML predefined icon-like symbols (1996)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: On Xerox, Apple and Progress (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: They Write the Right Stuff: Space Shuttle software engineering (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Spiegel Online (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Road to Cairo Goes Through Nashville (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Fifteen Fatal Fallacies of Financial Fundamentalism (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Design Patterns in Dynamic Languages (pdf) (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Prophet: My first commercial web site design project (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bill Gates: Content Is King (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: They Write the Right Stuff (1996)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Steve Jobs on Charlie Rose (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Future: Bill Gates Interview with Charlie Rose (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mother Earth, Mother Board: Wiring the Planet (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Turing’s Trouble: Scene from Breaking the Code (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hacking (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Design Patterns in Dynamic Languages (1996) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Programming Languages: Survivors and Wannabes (1996)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Censoring My Software (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Green Beautiful / La Belle Verte (ENGLISH SUBTITLES) (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why Internet? (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: To Dissect a Mockingbird: Lambda Calculus with Animated Reduction (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Pattern Matching for Scheme (1996) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Stable Goats Help Calm Skittish Thoroughbreds (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Tact Filters (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Data Compression with the Burrows-Wheeler Transform (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Steve Jobs on Charlie Rose (1996)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Smashing The Stack For Fun And Profit (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Rainbow and Smooth Gray Chart (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bill Gates on Warren Buffett (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Neal Stephenson travels the world following fiber cables (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cam’s guide for Designing with HTML (for designers) (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Patterns of Software: Tales from the Software Community (1996) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Home From Nowhere (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: They Write the Right Stuff (1996)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Ricardo’s Difficult Idea (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Leonard Adleman (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: It’s the latency, stupid (1996)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Official Computer Bowl Trivia Book (1996) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to Procrastinate and Still Get Things Done (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Laying the Longest Wire on Earth (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: In Praise of Evolvable Systems (1996)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Csh Programming Considered Harmful (1996)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The New York Times Introduces a Web Site (1996)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace (1996) – John Perry Barlow
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Science of Shopping (1996)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: How NASA writes ‘perfect’ software (1996)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: The Internet as a source of Regulatory Arbitrage (1996)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A Life that Added Up to Something: Paul Erdos (1996)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: White Collars Turn Blue (1996)
SCORE: 85

TITLE: Why I’m Not a Writer (1996)
SCORE: 58

TITLE: A Tour of Soviet Supercomputing (1996)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: “How do I set the User-Agent string in Java?” – L. Page (1996)
SCORE: 173

TITLE: Reservoirs speed up Earth’s spin (1996)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: The New York Times Introduces a Web Site (1996)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: Smashing The Stack For Fun And Profit – by Aleph1 (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: More Sex is Safer Sex (1996)
SCORE: 62

TITLE: An Interview with Bill Gates (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Anti-Mac Interface (1996)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: Do Programmers Need Seat Belts? (1996)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: Memory and Creativity (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: What Steve Jobs said 15 years ago (1996)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Egos at Id (1996)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: Some rules kids won’t learn in school (1996)
SCORE: 83

TITLE: Fermat’s Last Theorem documentary (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “Invisible Electrostatic Wall” at 3M adhesive tape plant (1996)
SCORE: 271

TITLE: Oberon-2, a hi-performance alternative to C++ (1996)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: The Art and Science of Cause and Effect – Judea Pearl (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: So Windows8 Metro UI is inspired by AOL(1996)?
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Math Against Tyranny or Why We Should Keep The Electoral College (1996)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Where Bob Dole Stands on Technology and Internet Issues (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Long Strange Trip to Java (1996)
SCORE: 65

TITLE: Dylan Programming Guide (1996) now in PDF, ePub, updated HTML
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Why Americans Hate the Media (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Dylan Programming Guide (1996) now in PDF, ePub, updated HTML
SCORE: 74

TITLE: The Net Is a Waste of Time (1996)
SCORE: 303

TITLE: “Invisible Electrostatic Wall” at 3M adhesive tape plant (1996)
SCORE: 96

TITLE: How Perl Saved the Human Genome Project (1996)
SCORE: 80

TITLE: Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, Spades: Players Who Suit MUDs (1996)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: How To Make A Mint: The Cryptography Of Anonymous Electronic Cash (1996)
SCORE: 45

TITLE: Who’s writing the book on web business? (1996)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide To Hacking And Phreaking (1996)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Larry Page’s question in USENET about a “web robot” he was making (1996)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: On the (nearly lethal) comforts of a luxury cruise (1996) (pdf)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: Slightly outdated webpage (1996)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Why Should Engineers and Scientists Be Worried About Color? (1996)
SCORE: 97

TITLE: How To Make A Mint: The Cryptography of Anonymous Electronic Cash (1996)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: CEO Responds to Nun’s Urging a ‘Politically Correct’ Board Make-up (1996)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Have you ever kissed a girl? (1996)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: The Artificial Womb Is Born (1996)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: San Jose Is Hell On Earth (1996)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: They Write the Right Stuff (1996)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: Mother Earth Mother Board (1996)
SCORE: 67

TITLE: The Noel Smith-Wenkle Salary Negotiation Method (1996)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: To Dissect a Mockingbird: A Graphical Notation for the Lambda Calculus (1996)
SCORE: 42

TITLE: It’s the Latency, Stupid (1996)
SCORE: 101

TITLE: Modern WebScript Syntax (1996)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Unified Mathematical Language for Physics and Engineering (1996) (pdf)
SCORE: 138

TITLE: WordStar: A Writer’s Word Processor (1996)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Okasaki: Purely Functional Data Structures (1996) (pdf)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Is homophobia associated with homosexual arousal? (1996)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Building a Stereoscopic Microscope (1997)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Why Cryptography Is Harder Than It Looks (1997)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Paul Graham: The 10 Secrets of Selling Online (1997)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: How Perl Saved the Human Genome Project (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: American Anthropological Association: Race is a superstition (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Forgotten Benefactor of Humanity: Norman Bourlag (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Michael Dell: Apple should close shop (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: 101 Ways To Save Apple (1997)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Steve jobs talking about the cloud. (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: E-Commerce Mistakes (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 101 Ways to Save Apple (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Kids’ Guide to the Internet (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Dilbert Creator Fools Executives (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: “How To Connect To The Internet (1997)” rereleased
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “Modern” Objective-C syntax (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Walking While Black: Encounters with the Police on My Street (pdf) (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “Project Magic” by Opera Software (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How to suppress truth: the rules of disinformation (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Alphanum Algorithm (1997)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Tales from the 1st conference on Financial Cryptography in Anguilla (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: David E. Shaw – the Phynancier (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Untraceable Digital Cash, Information Markets, and BlackNet (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The world according to Nassim Taleb (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Opium Made Easy (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steve’s Job: Restart Apple (1997)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Why Advertising Doesn’t Work on the Web (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Paul Graham: 10 E-Commerce Mistakes (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Cathedral and the Bazaar (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Valley of Money’s Delight (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Limits of Measuring Performance (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Nepotism and sexism in peer-review (1997) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: It’s Day 1 – Amazon Letter to Shareholders (1997)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: John Carmack Archive – .plan (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Rampant Entrepreneurism Spawns Glut of E-Shops (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Brief History of “Rogue” (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hershey Vector Font (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Recursive Make Considered Harmful (1997) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ron Rivest’s Internet-Draft on S-Expressions (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: jwz’s XEmacs wishlist (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Interview with Charles Simonyi (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Conceiving Ada (1997) – watch the movie free online
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Undergraduate women in computer science (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Corsix-th is an open source clone of Theme Hospital (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: What Is Innovation? (1997)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: The Father of the Web: Tim Berners-Lee (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Copland Crisis (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Kids’ Guide to the Internet (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Keep Computers Out of Classrooms (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Nobel laureate Ronald Coase on rights, resources, and regulation (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Five-Minute Rule Ten Years Later (1997)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A Retrospective on PAIP (1997)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Microsoft saved Apple (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 8 голов в одной сумке / 8 Heads in a Duffel bag (1997)КОМЕДИЯ DVDRip
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ann Winblad on Charlie Rose (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Planescape: Torment’s Vision Statement (1997) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Emacs: The Software Engineer’s Swiss Army Knife (1997)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: Microsoft to invest $150 million in Apple (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Can anyone really make a profit based on ad revenues? (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Creating Jobs: Steve Jobs’ Return (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mozilla stomps IE (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Curse of QWERTY (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: In Search of the Real Bill Gates (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Java is not type-safe (1997)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Meet Larry Ellison, the software supremo with an ego to match his income (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: In Search of the Real Bill Gates (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: NeXT Takeover Continues at Apple (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Web is Ruined and I Ruined it (1997)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Vigilance Behaviour in Barnacle Geese (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Recursive Make Considered Harmful (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why Advertising Doesn’t Work on the Web (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Lost footage: Steve Jobs takes a jab at Michael Dell (1997) (video)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Timeline of CIA Atrocities (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Exact String Matching Algorithms (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Doomslayer (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Kiss your browser goodbye: The radical future of media beyond the Web (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Apple Think Different Ad – Muhammad Ali (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Kiss your browser goodbye (1997)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: Perl and Nuclear Weapons Don’t Mix (1997)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Dell: Apple should close shop (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Problem of Excess Genius (1997)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Doc Searls on Steve Jobs (1997)
SCORE: 92

TITLE: Apple fires 4100 workers. Analysts don’t know how they will boost sales. (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: In Search of the Real Bill Gates(1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The NSA is Monitoring Key Internet Routers (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Software Companies Die (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ‘Palo Alto’ by Radiohead (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Recursive Make Considered Harmful (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Heart of Silicon Valley (1997)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Paul Graham: The 10 Secrets of Selling Online (1997)
SCORE: 82

TITLE: Java sucks (1997)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: John Doerr’s Startup Manual (1997)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: What engineers know (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Forgotten Benefactor of Humanity – Norman Borlaug (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Sad Saga of Silicon Graphics (1997)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: The Impact of the Lambda Calculus in Logic and Computer Science (1997)
SCORE: 17

TITLE: Why has the actor model not succeeded? (1997)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: Doc Searls on Steve Jobs (1997)
SCORE: 111

TITLE: Microsoft to invest $150 million in Apple (1997)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Everything a Hacker Needs to Know about Getting Busted by the Feds (1997)
SCORE: 64

TITLE: Fluoride, Teeth, and the Atomic Bomb (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Dell: Apple should close shop (1997)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: Dell: Apple should close shop (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Phil Zimmermann: Beware of Snake Oil Crypto (1997)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Think Different (1997)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: An ‘Unknown’ Co-Founder Leaves After 20 Years of Glory and Turmoil (1997)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: “What Is Steve Jobs Up To?” (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The raster tragedy at low resolution (1997)
SCORE: 170

TITLE: Cocoa and the Death of Yellow Box and Rhapsody (1997)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: Amazon.com High on IPO. So Is Its Valuation (1997)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: The Cold Hard Facts of Freezing to Death (1997)
SCORE: 437

TITLE: Everything a hacker needs to know about getting busted by the Feds (1997)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Forgotten Benefactor of Humanity (1997)
SCORE: 49

TITLE: 101 ways to save Apple (1997)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: How Users Read on the Web (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Long Boom: A History of the Future (1997)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Herbert Dow, the Monopoly Breaker (1997)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: Why Awk for AI? (1997)
SCORE: 117

TITLE: The Long Climb from the Sun’s Core (1997)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: How Software Companies Die (1997)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Integer Hash Function (1997)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: Myths Over Miami (1997)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: Steve Jobs Q&A – WWDC (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Remember when Apple was failing? Jobs responds to insulting question (1997)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Assassination Politics (1997)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: The Death of Xenix (1997)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: Chris Jericho (1997)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Kasparov Proves No Match for Computer (1997)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Functional C (1997)
SCORE: 73

TITLE: Did you ever wonder why December has 31 days? (1997)
SCORE: 120

TITLE: Ada, C, C++, and Java vs. The Steelman (1997)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: Alan Kay on Dijkstra (1997)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: 101 Ways to Save Apple (1997)
SCORE: 105

TITLE: “Cultural compatibility” in hiring is not a new idea (1997)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Idea of Smart Contracts (1997)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: The God Protocols (1997)
SCORE: 67

TITLE: Robert Noyce and His Congregation (1997)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Inside Nintendo 64 (1997)
SCORE: 83

TITLE: Why I Left the Law (1997)
SCORE: 93

TITLE: Warfighting (1997) (pdf)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: V.I. Arnold: On teaching mathematics (1997)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Evolution of US Restrictions on Using and Exporting Encryption (1997) (pdf)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: V.I. Arnold, On teaching mathematics (1997)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: The Story of the PING Program (1997)
SCORE: 171

TITLE: The Sad Saga of Silicon Graphics (1997)
SCORE: 138

TITLE: Characteristics of UDP Packet Loss: Effect of TCP Traffic (1997)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Oberon/F for Mac OS (1997)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: A Rant About Usenet (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Scripting: Higher Level Programming for the 21st Century (1998)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Sunscam (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: As the Page Scrolls (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Renaissance geeks (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: RFC 2468 – I REMEMBER IANA (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Virtualizing Nonvirtualizable CPUs (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Debunking the Myth of a Desperate Software Labor Shortage (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Bill Gates deposition videos (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Gesture Manipulations on a Multi-Touch Surface (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Brian W. Kernighan on benchmarking scripting languages (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Apollo 11 Program Alarms (1998)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Security Pitfalls in Cryptography (1998)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Why has no animal species ever evolved wheels? (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Evolving A Conscious Machine (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Baby-Sitting the Economy (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Insane or Just Evil? A Psychiatrist Takes a New Look at Hitler (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Organism as a self-reading text: anticipation and semiosis (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Where Mathematics meets the Internet (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Gates’ Memo about why the Office format should be a proprietary format (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Can hot water freeze faster than cold water? (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Address Munging Considered Harmful (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Xy Files (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Last American Man (1998)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Invention of the First Wearable Computer (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Brave New World – My high school book report (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hackers Testifying at the United States Senate (1998) (video)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Server-Side Javascript Guide (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: L0pht testimony before United States Senate (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Dress Code (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How to Become As Rich As Bill Gates (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Internet Cafe – Internet Games (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: After the Headlines; Then What Happened? (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: AOL buys Netscape for $4.2 billion (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Infection Control for Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Coca-Cola Obtains Its Coca (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Insertion, Evasion, & DoS: Eluding Network Intrusion Detection (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Action, Or the Fungibility of Computation (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Lethal Chemistry at Harvard (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Baby-Sitting the Economy (1998)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: The Crackpot Index (1998)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: NT Web Technology Vulnerabilities – Rain Forest Puppy (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Techniques Adopted By ‘System Crackers’ (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs on Apple’s Resurgence (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Myth of Compulsory Union Membership (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Innovators of the Net: Brendan Eich and JavaScript (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Simulation, Consciousness, Existence (1998)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: What Should You Say When an Employee Quits? (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Gurps’ labour lost (1998)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Jeff Bezos on Amazon, Entrepreneurship, and Selling Books Online (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Niles Eldredge and Stephen Jay Gould – “Biology Rules” (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Krugman – Why most economists’ predictions are wrong (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Paul Krugman’s take on the .com boom pre-bust (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: There is no such thing as free speech (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Reverse Engineering the Twelve Days of Christmas (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Google Beta (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Cool URIs don’t change (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: John Carmack won $20,000 in Blackjack and donated all to FSF (1998)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Composing Reactive Animations (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: About Microsoft’s “Delegates” (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Low Fat Computing (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Microcontent: How to Write Headlines, Page Titles, and Subject Lines (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Beyond Digital (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Academic tests webcam technology (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Compiling Little Languages in Python (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: What happened to the ballot box that saved Lyndon Johnson’s career? (1998)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: AOL deploys 56-kbps standard (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: DejaNews considered harmful (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Simulation, Consciousness, Existence (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Stroustrup Interview (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hacker Group Says Program Can Exploit Microsoft Security Hole (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Powering microphones (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A prettier printer (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Five Things We Need to Know About Technological Change (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Five Things We Need to Know About Technological Change (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Invention of the Genetic Code (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: B-money (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Last American Man (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Halloween Documents (1998)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Unfinanced Entrepreneur (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Emily’s Little Experiment(1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How a Tax Law Helps Insure a Scarcity of Programmers (1998)
SCORE: 223

TITLE: Jeff Bezos on the Founding of Amazon (1998)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: The Fallacy of Cracking Contests (1998)
SCORE: 164

TITLE: Suspicions Surround Water-Fueled Car and The Death of its Inventor(1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: About Google (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Computer System Downloads Real-Time TV Programs, Displays Them On Monitor (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Embrace the swarm (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Now Hiring If You’re Young (1998)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: Bill Gates’ Battle to get into Augusta (1998)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: The Great Filter (1998)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: The dumbing-down of programming (1998)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: The Guy I Almost Was (1998)
SCORE: 105

TITLE: OS/Forth (1998)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: Donald Knuth: Calculus via O notation (1998)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Lisp on TV (1998)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Alas, HyperCard (1998)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: The Hardy Boys – The final chapter (1998)
SCORE: 192

TITLE: The dumbing-down of programming (1998)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: Why Yahoo is Good (But May Get Worse) (1998)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Tim Berners-Lee: Cool URIs don’t change (1998)
SCORE: 115

TITLE: You Could Learn a Lot from a Quadratic (Part 1) (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Akio Morita: Sony’s Guru Of Gadgets (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Elements Of Style: Unix As Literature (1998)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: Paul Krugman (1998): By 2005 Internet will have no more economic impact than fax
SCORE: 79

TITLE: Yahoo! – Frequently Asked Questions (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Contact Yahoo (1998)
SCORE: 79

TITLE: Yahoo buys Viaweb for $49 million (1998)
SCORE: 113

TITLE: Yes, there is a better search engine (1998)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: Of mice, men and machines (1998)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: L0pht Heavy Industries Testifying at the United States Senate (1998)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Chaffing and Winnowing: Confidentiality without Encryption (1998)
SCORE: 69

TITLE: American Summer: Before Air-Conditioning (1998)
SCORE: 174

TITLE: Does Gravity Travel at the Speed of Light? (1998)
SCORE: 214

TITLE: The Radioactive Boy Scout (1998)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Microsoft TerraServer (1998)
SCORE: 128

TITLE: Modeling Reactive Systems with Statecharts (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Java’s Floating-Point Hurts Everyone Everywhere (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: An Interview with the Old Man of Floating-Point (1998)
SCORE: 86

TITLE: Composing Reactive Animations (1998)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Why most economists’ predictions are wrong (1998)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: The 7 Habits of Highly Dysfunctional Developers (1998)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Buddhist Monks Discovered America Before Columbus (1998)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: America Online to Buy Internet Chat Service for $287 Million (1998)
SCORE: 239

TITLE: Lisp: A Language for Internet Scripting and Programming (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 119

TITLE: Privacy on the Internet (1998)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Uncleftish Beholding: English minus the non-Germanic words (1998)
SCORE: 141

TITLE: Neil Postman: Things We Need to Know About Technological Change (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: An Interview with the Old Man of Floating-Point (1998)
SCORE: 87

TITLE: Why Ada isn’t Popular (1998)
SCORE: 118

TITLE: American Summer: Before Air-Conditioning (1998)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: Why No One Uses Functional Languages (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 85

TITLE: The Elements Of Style: Unix As Literature (1998)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Set Up to Fail: How Bosses Create Their Own Poor Performers (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 187

TITLE: Spelling Reform and the Reason It’s Impossible (1998)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: How organizational practices can compensate for individual shortcomings (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: How Complex Systems Fail (1998)
SCORE: 119

TITLE: The decommoditization of protocols (1998)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Man Who Loved Only Numbers (1998)
SCORE: 149

TITLE: Composing Reactive Animations (1998)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: How to explain zero-knowledge protocols to your children (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: List of suggested extensions to CSS (1998)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Modernized time.h for ISO C (1998)
SCORE: 61

TITLE: Bjarne Stroustrup: “I did it for you all” (1998)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: The Education of Marc Andreessen (1998)
SCORE: 58

TITLE: Basic Aspects of Squeak and the Smalltalk-80 Programming Language (1998)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: Blind signatures for untraceable payments (1998) (pdf)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Bill Gates answers questions about Java during a deposition (1998) (video)
SCORE: 187

TITLE: Foundations by Greg Egan (1998)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: Welfare recipients train as computer programmers (1998)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How the Asians Became White (1998)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Practical Analysis For Refactoring Thesis(1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Simple implementation of regular expressions by Kernighan and Pike (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Douglas Adams on the Internet (1999)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: POV magazine 100 top websites (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sony to Propose a Method For Protecting Digital Music (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Name Game (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Professor Larry Lessig – The Code Is the Law (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Slashdot’s Top Hacks of All Time (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: HUGIN: a small satellite trying to be intelligent (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 30 GB personal music player (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Localizing Your Perl Programs: A horror story and solution (1999)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: When things start to think (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Judge Rules That Police Can Bar High I.Q. Scores (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Slashdot | John Carmack Answers (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Cabal: Valve’s Design Process For Creating Half-Life (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Reminiscing from Richard Maurer(1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Art and the Semiotics of Images: Three Questions About Visual Meaning (1999)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Managing Oneself (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Interview with Andrew Viterbi (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Credit where it’s due (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “In the Beginning was the Command Line” (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ETA Programming Language (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Case for Compressed Caching in Virtual Memory Systems (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Can Animals Think? (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Beautiful code: RSA Dolphin (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A tutorial on the universality and expressiveness of fold (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: In the Beginning Was the Command Line (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: (1999) Steve Jobs Introduces The World to WiFi
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Killer Adversary for Quicksort from Doug McIlroy (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Flash is evil (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: On rumors of armed kangaroos and code reuse (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: SMP scaling considered harmful (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Man and Machine Become One; Inventor Raymond Kurzweil talks nanobots (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Word Processors: Stupid and Inefficient (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Is Frenzy for Internet Stocks a Bubble Waiting to Burst? (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller demo AirPort (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Nerd Theology (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Who Can Name the Bigger Number? (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A PC in every pot (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Father Truchet, the typographic point, the Romain du roi, and tilings (1999)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Putting microcomputers in their place (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Elon Musk is Poised to Become Silicon Valley’s Next Big Thing. (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: World’s top sweetener is made with GM bacteria (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A tutorial on the universality and expressiveness of fold (1999) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The First Step Is Admitting You’re A Workaholic (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Are psychedelics useful in the practice of Buddhism? (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Lockerbie conspiracies: from A to Z (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “The Nazi War on Cancer” (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: From the archives: Douglas Engelbart’s lasting legacy, 1999 (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: W00w00 on Heap Overflows (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Stay Out of Debt-Warren Buffett, Financial Future of American Youth (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Bill Gates on ACPI and Linux (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 100-or-so books that shaped a century of science (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ooooh, That URL Is Ugly (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Stormy weather: Why is ION Storm’s future so cloudy? (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Social Capital and Civil Society (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Paypal will allow individuals to ‘beam’ sums of money (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Diligence, Patience, and Humility – Larry Wall (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Finding Spiritual Rebirth In a Valley of Male Ennui (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Kasparov versus the World (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Object Files (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cryptograhy Snake-Oil Warning Signs (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ditching a Plane 300mi from Hawaii (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Warren Buffett on stocks and the difficulty of making money on disruption (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Free Software and the Death of Copyright (1999) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Chaitin, The Limits of Mathematics (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How the Internet ruined San Francisco (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How NSA access was built into Windows (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Guy Steele: Growing a Language (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Harvest, Yield, and Scalable Tolerant Systems (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Entering-the-Company Ceremony (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Effective learning: Twenty rules of formulating knowledge (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: On “scientism” via Wittgenstein, an argument for humanities for humans (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hacker Culture (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: GPU: Changes Everything (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Is it really true that no two snowflakes are alike? (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Reliable UDP (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: (1999) Doom as a tool for system administration
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A History of Shareware (1999)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Philip Zimmermann: Why I Wrote PGP (1999)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Understand social networking: six degrees of Lois Weisberg (1999)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: The coming crisis in education (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Yahoo buying BCST.com (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: America Online Exploits (Buffer Overflow) In Own Software (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Computer Hangs After 49.7 Days (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mobile Agents and the Future of the Internet (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Raising your spirited child (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Internet (1999)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: How the Internet ruined San Francisco (1999)
SCORE: 83

TITLE: Google Receives $25 Million in Equity Funding (1999)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Doom as a tool for system administration (1999)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Doom as a System Administration tool (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Event Horizon User Interface Model for Small Devices (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Jack Ma (Alibaba Founder) original sales pitch (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: It’s Time to Talk about Free Software Again (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Congress passes wide-ranging bill easing bank laws (1999)
SCORE: 67

TITLE: In The Beginning Was The Command Line by Neal Stephenson (1999)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Edit This Page (1999)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: The Spiritual Center Of the Earth (1999)
SCORE: 42

TITLE: Two unknowns and their ambitious new computing machine (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Interface Zen: Zenning out while writing code (1999)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: The Inner Bezos (1999)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Metric mishap caused loss of NASA orbiter (1999)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: A Second look at the Cathedral and the Bazaar (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Lightweight Living (1999)
SCORE: 128

TITLE: Almost Nothingware: Phil Greenspun on Vignette StoryServer (1999)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Ted Nelson’s Computer Paradigm, Expressed as One-Liners (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Name Game (1999)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: The Alternative History of Public-Key Cryptography (1999)
SCORE: 81

TITLE: And so I’m giving up the Mozilla project – Jamie Zawinski (1999)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: Larry Wall on religion and Perl culture (1999)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: Modernizing Common Lisp: Recommended Extensions (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Lost In Space: Chiat Day’s Deskless Office Disaster (1999)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Thomas Friedman: Amazon.you (1999)
SCORE: 101

TITLE: Tom Duff: Reading Code From Top to Bottom (1999)
SCORE: 59

TITLE: A Century of Controversy over the Foundations of Mathematics (1999)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: 1x Forth by Charles Moore (1999)
SCORE: 63

TITLE: 75 Broad Street; Turning Buildings Into Telecommunications Hubs (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The In-game Economics of Ultima Online (1999)
SCORE: 125

TITLE: The solitaire encryption algorithm (1999)
SCORE: 68

TITLE: Hugh Laurie: Wodehouse Saved my Life (1999)
SCORE: 124

TITLE: How to Report Bugs Effectively (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Yahoo buys GeoCities (1999)
SCORE: 160

TITLE: Yahoo To Acquire Geocities (1999)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: The Hacker FAQ (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ted Nelson’s Computer Paradigm Expressed as One-Liners (1999)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: The West Wing on privacy (1999)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: A Brief History of the Internet (1999)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: _NSAKEY (1999)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Qwest “Every Movie” commercial (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why Should I Care What Color the Bikeshed Is? (1999)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: Why didn’t we patent the spreadsheet? Were we stupid? (1999)
SCORE: 115

TITLE: NSA Spying Allegations (1999)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Why I Wrote PGP (1999)
SCORE: 257

TITLE: Binary to Decimal Conversion in Limited Precision (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How the Internet Ruined San Francisco (1999)
SCORE: 51

TITLE: State of Illinois Bans Arial Font (1999)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Roaring Zeroes (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Internet Sucks: Or, What I Learned Coding X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter (1999)
SCORE: 150

TITLE: A bike shed (any colour will do) on greener grass (1999)
SCORE: 79

TITLE: Valve’s Design Process For Creating Half-Life (1999)
SCORE: 152

TITLE: Don’t Become a Scientist (1999)
SCORE: 195

TITLE: Beam Me up Some Cash (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ken Thompson flies a MiG-29 (1999)
SCORE: 170

TITLE: Microsoft Smart Home (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Successful Webvan IPO (1999)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Porting Linux To The Apple Macintosh (1999)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Linux Kernel Explained (1999)
SCORE: 88

TITLE: Treatment of Ebola with Blood Transfusions from Convalescent Patients (1999)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Making Noise (1999)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: You May by Slavoj Zizek (1999)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Evolution of Roller Coaster Tycoon (1999)
SCORE: 126

TITLE: Why Arabs Lose Wars (1999)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Jack Ma’s Original Sales Pitch (1999) (video)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: The Craft of Text Editing: Emacs for the Modern World (1999)
SCORE: 74

TITLE: Can Google’s search engine find profits? (1999)
SCORE: 179

TITLE: Why Arabs Lose Wars (1999)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Sen. Byron Dorgan Speaks Against the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (1999)(video)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The end of the PC? (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fog Creek Compensation (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Shaping the Internet Age (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Cool.com: Most valuable domain name? (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Radix Sort Revisited (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Timeline of Major Trends and Events (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Portrait of Artist as Businessman (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Apple’s One-Dollar-a-Year Man (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why did this not work – Bezos and O’Reilly Patent Reform (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Cargo Cult Software Engineering (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Long, Lonely Road (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why I Hate Advocacy (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Things You Should Never Do (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Welcome to Sealand. Now Bugger Off (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Billion Dollar Shack (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Malcolm Gladwell: Designs for Working (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: WIPO battle between Dell and domain squater (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sergey Brin On “To Tell The Truth” TV Game Show (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Car allergic to vanilla ice cream (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Whaddaya mean you can’t find developers? (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Composing contracts: an adventure in financial engineering (2000)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The untold story of the Microsoft antitrust case (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Welcome to Sealand. Now bugger off (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Helium Shortage? (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Dean Kamen: Breakout Artist (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Graph Theory in Practice (2000)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Lars Ulrich, Chuck D And Charlie Rose On Napster (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Dao of Web Design (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Eric Raymond: Homesteading the Noosphere (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How America Spies On Europe For Its Oldest Friend, The Dollar (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Microsoft Stonewalls NSA_KEY Questions (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: My View: X Internet (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An empirical comparison of {many languages} for {same program} (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Short, Strange Trip from Hackers to Entrepreneurs (2000)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: People are up in arms (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Larry Page’s Connections (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hunter S. Thompson, the Art of Journalism No. 1 (2000)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: “Event Streams are the Future of the Internet” (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: On the Design of Application Protocols (2000)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Why Textbook ElGamal and RSA Encryption Are Insecure (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Why you did not like Blair Witch (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: It’s Good to Be King (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Jill Scott – Watching Me (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Dennis Ritchie, Bjarne Stroustrup, and James Gosling (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Remind: the ultimate personal calendar (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: George W., Knight of Eulogia (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Amazon and Beyond: A conversation with Jeff Bezos (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Web’s Most Overused Graphics Techniques Revealed (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Secret History Of Lead (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Intel predicts 10ghz chips by 2010 (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: One Half a Manifesto (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Dennis Ritchie, Bjarne Stroustrup, James Gosling (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Inspiring The Burned-Out Computer Programmer (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Review of Criticality Accidents (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How to Land Airplanes (2000)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Pocketful of Dough – Tips on Tipping (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: John Seely Brown: High Tech, Higher Ed, and the New World Order (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Power of Two Random Choices: A Survey of Techniques and Results (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Malcolm Gladwell: Ron Popeil, Infomercial King (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Origin of the Shell (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Microsoft’s iPad (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: My Favorite Teacher (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Code Is Law: On Liberty In Cyberspace (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Flatland 3DML tutorial (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Chicken and Egg Problems (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Problem with the Startup Craze… by Steve Jobs (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Oiling of America (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: EWONTFIX: positioned internal table elements not abs pos containing block (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Провокация / Provocazioni – (2000) – DVDRip
SCORE: 1

TITLE: In San Francisco, Renters Are Supplicants (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Reports of Mozilla’s Failure Have Been Greatly Exaggerated (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Totally, a web firm without website, raises £2 million to develop sites (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Larry Ellison To Grads: Diplomas Are For Losers (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Built to Flip (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Larry Ellison on in-memory databases (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Testing the delivery limits of the US Postal Service (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Larry Page’s Computer Setup (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Dot-com party madness (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Larry Page & Sergey Brin: Academy of Achievement Interview (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Children Need Childhood, Not Vocational Training (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: In Man-Rich Silicon Valley, It Seems Like Strikeout.com (2000)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Lexical Scope and Statistical Computing (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: The Humane Interface (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Tabs versus Spaces: An Eternal Holy War. (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: BusinessWeek on Google’s lack of a business model (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Win a Nobel prize (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Interface Hall of Shame (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: What is today’s most important unreported story? (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Modern-Day Slavery (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Marketing Features vs Benefits (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Five Orders of Ignorance (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Joel Spolsky about UI Design (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Rob Pike: Systems software research is irrelevant (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Hou tu pranownse Inglish (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Google Searches For Success (2000)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: The best game ever (2000)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Things You Should Never Do (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Who is the real Sergey Brin? (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fog Creek Compensation (2000)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: The Jaguar and the Fox: Murray Gell-Mann and Richard Feynman (2000)
SCORE: 49

TITLE: The Nonstop, 24-7 CEO Salesman (2000)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: Nethack – Best Game Ever (2000)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: What It’s Like to Work at Beenz.com Inc. (2000)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Introducing the Computer of 2010 (2000)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Systems Software Research is Irrelevant by Rob Pike (2000)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: The Art of Failure (2000)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Conan O’Brien Harvard Speech (2000) “Fall down, make a mess” (video)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interview (2000)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Linus – I’m a bastard Speech (2000)
SCORE: 37

TITLE: Empirical comparison of programming language productivity (2000)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: Rob Pike on Systems Software Research (2000)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Eric S. Raymond – The Curse of the Gifted (2000)
SCORE: 243

TITLE: Meet the Napster (2000)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Courtney Love does the math (2000)
SCORE: 148

TITLE: SICP review by Peter Norvig (2000)
SCORE: 75

TITLE: An Immodest DNS Proposal (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: F1 Engine Power Secrets (2000)
SCORE: 71

TITLE: Amazon.com and Beyond: Early Interview with Jeff Bezos (2000)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A visual approach to calculus problems (2000)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Amazon: Ponzi Scheme or Wal-Mart of the Web? (2000)
SCORE: 225

TITLE: Courtney Love does the math (2000)
SCORE: 251

TITLE: Courtney Love does the math (2000)
SCORE: 175

TITLE: What Will Replace The Internet? (2000)
SCORE: 59

TITLE: Do software engineers need mathematics? (2000)
SCORE: 62

TITLE: Two Cheers for Sweatshops (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Path to Mastery (2000)
SCORE: 58

TITLE: Aaron’s email to the FOAF list offering his help (2000)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Could the eagles have flown Frodo into Mordor? (2000)
SCORE: 316

TITLE: Courtney Love does the math (2000)
SCORE: 110

TITLE: Jerry Pournelle: How to Get to Space (2000)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Why the future doesn’t need us (2000)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: Yahoo Selects Google as its Default Search Engine Provider (2000)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Why We Spy on Our Allies (2000)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: Court OKs Barring High IQs for Cops (2000)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Paul Graham reviews Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (2000)
SCORE: 155

TITLE: U.S. Army kick-starts cyberwar machine (2000)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Coroutines in C (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Things You Should Never Do, Part I (2000)
SCORE: 172

TITLE: The short, tormented life of computer genius Phil Katz (2000)
SCORE: 187

TITLE: Browser Museum (2000)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: CIA Analyst Training Handbook (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 148

TITLE: Systems Software Research is Irrelevant (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: Turncoat – Douglas Adams (2000)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Curse Of The Gifted (2000)
SCORE: 632

TITLE: Why the future doesn’t need us (2000)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: Dijkstra on Dutch TV (2000)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: How to Create a Bestselling Novel (2000)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: The Story of Infocom (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: Breadth-First Numbering: A Small Exercise in Algorithm Design (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 40

TITLE: The Gay Nabokov (2000)
SCORE: 90

TITLE: The Two Cultures of Mathematics (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 136

TITLE: The Engineered Century by Neil Armstrong (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: Professionalism for Software Engineers (2000)
SCORE: 79

TITLE: The PlayStation2 vs. the PC (2000)
SCORE: 91

TITLE: The Vexing Legacy of Lewis Terman (2000)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: Productivity and the Work Week (2000)
SCORE: 64

TITLE: Natural Language Processing (almost) from Scratch (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: How Well Do We Know Our Conscious Experience? The Case of Echolocation (2000)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Blue Chip – Shuji Nakamura beat the titans to blue LEDs and laser (2000)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Lisp as an alternative to Java (2000) (pdf)
SCORE: 83

TITLE: Bill Joy: Why the future doesn’t need us (2000)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: The Jaguar and the Fox (2000)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: The Horror, The Horror – a first-hand account of the WTC atrocity (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Mipmapping, Part 1 (2001)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Groklaw Articles Ending on May 16th (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: RIM BlackBerry 950 Review (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Startup.com (2001) – IMDb
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Smart Dust (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Neurotheology: Your Brain on Religion (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: NCAA Tournament Possibilities (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Secrecy Bill Slapped Down — For Now (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Calling Thread.sleep with small argument affects system clock on windows (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Inescapably Connected (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bloatware and the 80/20 Myth (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Dilbert: Random Number Generator (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: BitTorrent – a new P2P app (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Top buzzwords (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Other Road Ahead (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How Wall Street analysts hyped a company called Winstar–to death (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Five Questions about Language Design (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Tense Present: Democracy, English, and the Wars over Usage (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs introduces the Apple Store (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: I crave your distinguished indulgence (and all your cash) (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Circular Transportation Facilitation Device – Australian Patents the Wheel(2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Post acquisition, Spolsky calls Viaweb’s legacy “lazy” (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Andy Grove (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The coming helium shortage (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sintercom to register with the Singapore Broadcasting Authority (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Jon Stewart’s reaction to 9/11 (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Back to Basics (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Big Macs vs. The Naked Chef (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Critical Hope: Radical Citizenship in Reactionary Times (2001)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: New Renaissance of Computer Science (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Random Thoughts on Programming (2001)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Bench Burner: New Yorker profile of Judge Richard Posner (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The dirty business of spy versus spy (2001)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Javascript: The world’s most misunderstood programming language (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Google launches catalog search (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Don’t Let Architecture Astronauts Scare You (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Gender overconfidence and common stock investment (pdf) (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Jonathan Lebed: Stock Manipulator, S.E.C. Nemesis — and 15 (2001)
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TITLE: INTERNET DEATH-CULT of FUN (2001)
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TITLE: How age discrimination is killing high tech (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Metacrap: Putting the torch to seven straw-men of the meta-utopia (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Ultimate Limits of Computers (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Good Ideas Still Get Funded (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: JavaScript: The World’s Most Misunderstood Programming Language (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: “Down with meritocracy”: the man who coined the word four decades ago (2001)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Building A Better Brain (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Energy Trading: Fast, Furious and Lucrative (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Common Lisp, Typing, and Mathematics (2001) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: The Great Yellow Hype (2001)
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TITLE: I Remember USENET (2001)
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TITLE: The Cult of Richard Feynman (2001)
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TITLE: 37BetterBank – online banking designed by 37signals (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: First rule of usability: don’t listen to users (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: 1,000 Songs in Your Pocket (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: E-Dreams (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Java’s Cover (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Study of the techniques for emulation programming (pdf) (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: God and the Brain: Faith is More Than a Feeling (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Aesthetics of Programming–Interview with Mark Napier (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: $2 trillion mistake, according to these guys (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Confessions of a Car Salesman (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Cage life may drive lab animals so insane that experiments are invalid (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Latency Compensating Methods In Client/Server Game Design (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: An essay on metadata (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Kent M. Pitman Answers On Lisp And Much More (2001)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Expedition to the lost net (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Revolution OS (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Down with meritocracy (2001)
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TITLE: If It Sounds Like Writing, Rewrite It (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Who needs the new economy? (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: E-Dreams (2001)
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TITLE: The Learnable Instrument (2001)
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TITLE: How to kill a company’s morale in one easy memo (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Perceptions of the Linux OS Among Undergraduate System Administrators (2001)
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TITLE: Addiction is …. (2001)
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TITLE: Who will watch the watchmen? (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: (2001) Don’t Let Architecture Astronauts Scare You
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TITLE: Using Mix-ins with Python (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: (Silicon Valley:) Ecstatic Capitalism’s Brave New Work Ethic (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Senator Feingold speaking in US Senate against Patriot Act (Video) (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Australian attorney is granted a patent for the wheel (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Brief History of SPAM, and Spam (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why Are SSL Certificates So Expensive? (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Faking It: The Internet Revolution Has Nothing to Do with the Nasdaq (2001)
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TITLE: Amazon.com: Marching Towards Profitability (2001) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Steven Jobs Introduces The Original iTunes (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: From Start-Up to Bust-Up (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Alan Cooper and the Goal Directed Design Process (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Inside Windows Product Activation (2001)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: Netflix Culture: Freedom and Responsibility (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Future Will Be Fast But Not Free (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Analogy as the Core of Cognition by Douglas R. Hofstadter (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Apple releases iPod (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How many real numbers are there? (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Steve Jobs First iPod Keynote (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Bloatware and the 80/20 Myth (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Meet Me at the Automat (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: NSA taps into undersea cable (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The History of PowerPoint (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Malcolm Gladwell (Tipping Point) on the history of the McDonald’s Fry (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Pitch: Behind the scenes of venture-capital financing (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cross-tabulation in MySQL (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Weird World of Hollywood Finance (2001)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: BeOS or NeXT: Did Apple Make the Wrong Choice? (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Ordinary Skill in the Art (2001)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: Digging Those Digicash Blues (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Taco Bell commercial with Jeff Bezos (2001)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Dijkstra on Haskell and Java (2001)
SCORE: 232

TITLE: Ross Anderson: Security Engineering (2001) (free ebook) .
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Andy Grove’s rational exuberance (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: One Senator Who Voted Against The Patriot Act Warn What Would Happen (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Pearl vs. Python: A Technical Review (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Of Microbes and Mock Attacks, The Military Sprayed Germs on US Cities (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Being (a) Popular (Programing Language) (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Nuvvu Nenu (2001) Telugu Mp3 Songs Download – Tolly Mp3z
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cross-platform compatibility (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Paul Graham: Lisp in Web-Based Applications (2001)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: Milton Friedman: How to Cure Health Care (2001)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: Does any animal besides humans commit suicide? (2001)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Netbooks and iPhones anticipated in “The other road ahead” (2001)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: ArsDigita: From Start-Up to Bust-Up (2001)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Enron’s system: rank and fire (2001)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: JavaScript: The World’s Most Misunderstood Programming Language (2001)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: The Strange Tale of DoS Attacks Against GRC.COM (2001)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Java’s cover (2001)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Stock Manipulator, SEC Nemesis — and 15 (2001)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Technological aspects of Mossad operations (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Things to Say When You’re Losing a Technical Argument (2001)
SCORE: 114

TITLE: Graphics library that renders ASCII art (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: In Defense of Not-Invented-Here Syndrome (2001)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: Sorry, Steve: Here’s Why Apple Stores Won’t Work (2001)
SCORE: 138

TITLE: Tom Lehrer’s last (math) class (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Wheel patented in Australia (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Good Software Takes Ten Years. Get Used To it. (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Rob Pike (2001): Presentation looking back on 1 billion seconds of Unix. (pdf)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: Apple Introduces What It Calls an Easier to Use Portable Music Player (2001)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years by Peter Norvig (2001)
SCORE: 129

TITLE: Ecstatic Capitalism’s Brave New Work Ethic (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Is Enron Overpriced? (2001)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: LG demonstrates wireless Linux Web pad at CeBIT (2001)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: 20 Year Usenet Timeline (2001)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Sorry, Steve: Here’s Why Apple Stores Won’t Work (2001)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: How Linux saved Amazon millions (2001)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Richard Stallman on the Ogg Vorbis license (2001)
SCORE: 65

TITLE: Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years (2001)
SCORE: 186

TITLE: Big Macs vs. The Naked Chef (2001)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: “I can’t do math” (2001)
SCORE: 149

TITLE: Thousands dead, millions deprived of civil liberties? (2001)
SCORE: 338

TITLE: The cranky user: Curbing JavaScript dependency (2001)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A plea to Miscrosoft developers in charge of the real-time clock driver (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Claritin Effect; Prescription for Profit (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Handbook of Applied Cryptography (2001)
SCORE: 82

TITLE: Spy agency taps into undersea cable (2001)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ballmer: “Linux is a cancer” (2001)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An Engineer’s View of Venture Capitalists (2001)
SCORE: 175

TITLE: Review of “Disciplined Minds: A Critical Look at Salaried Professionals” (2001)
SCORE: 62

TITLE: Bloatware and the 80/20 Myth (2001)
SCORE: 44

TITLE: RFC 3092 – Etymology of “Foo” (2001)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Decentralism Against Terrorism (2001)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Jonathan Lebed: Stock Manipulator, S.E.C. Nemesis, and 15 (2001)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: Bootstrapping a simple compiler from nothing (2001)
SCORE: 192

TITLE: Sorry, Steve: Here’s Why Apple Stores Won’t Work (2001)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: X86 assembler in Bash (2001)
SCORE: 80

TITLE: Pimps and Dragons (2001)
SCORE: 42

TITLE: The Pentium 4 and the G4e: An Architectural Comparison (2001)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: The Second International RoShamBo Programming Competition (2001)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Apple’s New Thing – iPod (2001)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Researchers now able to stop, restart light (2001)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: The New Precision Journalism: Databases (2001)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Metacrap: Putting the torch to seven straw-men of the meta-utopia (2001)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Effects of the x86 ISA on the Front End: Where have all the cycles gone? (2001) (pdf)
SCORE: 45

TITLE: Joel on Software vs Paul Graham (2001)
SCORE: 46

TITLE: Fire And Motion (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The New Economy: Profits are dropping, stocks are tanking, and we should be fine with it (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Dictionary-based Compressed Pattern Matching Algorithm (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Tepco coverup involved Fukushima #1 reactor’s last line of defense (2002)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Hardwired Happiness: Life with Hyperthymia (2002)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Comparison of Performance of Different poll implementations (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hash-History Approach for Reconciling Inconsistency in Replication (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Programming Language Lifecycles – Where’s Java At? (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How We Learn – Ask the Cognitive Scientist (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fire And Motion (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Camber control ahead of its time (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Apache OpenSSL heap overflow exploit (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Math and DHTML (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: “Magic number” for space pioneers calculated (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Computers, Paradoxes and the Foundations of Mathematics (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Dr Zoe D Katze Proves Credentialing May Not Be the Cat’s Meow (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A sign is not alive – a text is (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Broadband Cowboy (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: In gold we trust (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Looking at life with Gerardus ‘t Hooft (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An interview with Carver Mead (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Sybil Attack (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: World’s Longest Palindrome? 17,826 words (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The End of Business Schools? Less Success Than Meets the Eye. (2002)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Michael Crichton: Why Speculate? (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Start with Nothing; Greg Gianforte / Bootstrapping RightNow (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fooling Fingerprint Scanners with Gummi Bears (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Law of Leaky Abstractions (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Is it time for a GeekPAC? (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Quantum Computing for High School Students (2002)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Teamicide (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Space Shuttle Operational Flight Rules (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: World Wide Web Security FAQ (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The case of the 500 mile email (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The crazy math of airline ticket pricing (2002)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Venti: a new approach to archival storage (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Deflecting Asteroids with Laser Ablation (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to write dirty R5RS macros (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: One Bullet Is Never Enough (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: My Lisp Experiences and the Development of GNU Emacs (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Growing Up Sexually in Europe (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Worldwide Computer (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Coase’s Penguin, or Linux and the Nature of the Firm (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: “Pre- and Post-Pathing” by Steve Litt (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Gummi bears defeat fingerprint sensors (2002)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Good Charisma, Bad Business (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Programming the Post-Human (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: By 2030, commercial passengers will routinely fly in pilotless planes (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Hacker’s Introduction to Partial Evaluation (2002)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: Building an Anti-Virus Engine (2002)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Friendly interface considered harmful (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The case of the 500-mile email (2002)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Wright,Camp,Goldberg,Rivest,Wood: Privacy Tradeoffs: Myth or Reality? (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Torvalds on making Futexes available as /dev/futex/ (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Company (2002) Hindi Movie Watch Online
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Objects have not failed (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mastering Linux debugging techniques (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Partial String Matching (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Michael Crichton’s “Why Speculate” (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Mark-8 Experience (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Shallow Introduction to the K Programming Language (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Guth’s Grand Guess (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: КОСТОЛОМ / Mean Machine – (2002) DVDRip
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TITLE: Message Threading (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Reading Mathematics (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: A Retrospective on Paradigms of AI Programming (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Will Filters Kill Spam? (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Perl/Python Comparison (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The crazy math of airline ticket pricing (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: John McCarthy – Silicon Valley Innovations About Which I’m Skeptical (2002)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Scientific Computing with Oberon (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: RFC: What is Stop Energy? (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hiring religion (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Erlang and the Great Computer Language Shootout (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Rproxy: HTTP via rsync (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Rise of the Creative Class (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Is the Universe a Computer? (2002)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Fire And Motion (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Limits to Paper Folding – 9 times ? (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: At Airport Gate, a Cyborg Unplugged (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Existential Risks: Human Extinction Scenarios and Related Hazards (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Boy Genius? Mother Says She Faked Tests (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Yahoo Selects Google as its Default Search Engine Provider (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Boy takes swing at US patents (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Piracy is Progressive Taxation, and Other Thoughts (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Ugly History of Tool Development at the FAA (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Is the Universe a Computer? by Steven Weinberg (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Kaptain: Turn command line programs into GUI applications (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Entrepreneurs distinguished by their well-rounded experience (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: DRM Helmets: An Idea Whose Time Has Come (2002)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: They Want Their ID Chips Now (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Trader Joe’s Is Not Your Average Business (2002)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: There are no mom and pop oil rigs in Norway (2002)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: The Social Life of Paper (2002)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Where have all the graduate students gone? (2002)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: Google Tips for the Entrepreneur (2002)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: Anatomy of a Parasitic Computer (2002)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Google’s Toughest Search Is for a Business Model (2002)
SCORE: 23

TITLE: IBM’s infamous “Black Team” (2002)
SCORE: 234

TITLE: Apple’s Statement on W3C Patent Policy (2002)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: Licences could kill MPEG-4 (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to write a better weblog (2002)
SCORE: 52

TITLE: Kinda cool – How to Obscure Any URL (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Kayak co-founder Paul English on “hiring religion” (2002)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: The C Programming Language (K&R) Book: Answers To Exercises (2002)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: Lisp Porn (2002)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Guido van Rossum : Python Regrets (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Google Sets: Automatically create sets of items from a few examples (2002)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: The rise and fall of Lisp at the Jet Propulsion Lab (2002)
SCORE: 97

TITLE: Linus Torvalds on Garbage Collection (2002)
SCORE: 279

TITLE: “My team will be able to program circles around everyone else” (2002)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: The geeks who saved Usenet (2002)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: The geeks who saved Usenet (2002)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: Microsoft Has Shelved Its Internet ‘Persona’ Service (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: John Gruber’s first weblog post (2002)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Engineering Pornography (2002)
SCORE: 235

TITLE: What Languages Fix (2002)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: Minimalism: Practical Guide to Writing Less Code (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Gnutella Pioneer Gene Kan Dies at 25 (2002)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Computing’s new shape (2002)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Forgotten Employee (2002)
SCORE: 746

TITLE: A Mathematician’s Lament (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 152

TITLE: Intel introduces 3-GHz desktop chip (2002)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: How to be a Programmer: A Short, Comprehensive, and Personal Summary (2002)
SCORE: 100

TITLE: How a C++ compiler implements exception handling (2002)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Testimony of Ms. Soon Ok Lee (2002)
SCORE: 79

TITLE: The Law of Leaky Abstractions (2002)
SCORE: 87

TITLE: JWZ: Interface cruft versus my mom (2002)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Obtaining Antibiotics without a Prescription (2002)
SCORE: 79

TITLE: Kit Kat Conspiracy (2002)
SCORE: 147

TITLE: Knuth: Open Letter to Condoleezza Rice (2002)
SCORE: 523

TITLE: Calculator Forensics (2002)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: The Ugly History of Tool Development at the FAA (2002)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Why yenc is Bad For USENET (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Neuroscience unlocks secrets of Zen garden (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Harvard Business Review: The Consolidation Curve (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Landau’s Theoretical Minimum (2002)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: An Examination of the EICAR AntiVirus Test Program (2002)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Lisping at JPL (2002)
SCORE: 119

TITLE: Don’t Trust Google (2002)
SCORE: 152

TITLE: Statistics of Deadly Quarrels (2002)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Tracking Assets in the Production of “Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within” (2002)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Pascal Costanza’s Highly Opinionated Guide to Lisp (2002)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Venti: a new approach to archival storage (2002)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Programming with pcap (2002)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: What Optical Illusions Tell Us About The Visual Cortex (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: The Roots of Lisp (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: The Fundamental Distinction Between Brains and Turing Machines (2002) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: I come to bury IAmCarbonatedMilk.com, not to praise it (2002)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: The Etherkiller (2002)
SCORE: 110

TITLE: My Lisp Experiences and the Development of GNU Emacs (2002)
SCORE: 115

TITLE: Life in the Americas Before Columbus (2002)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: “Smart companies try to commoditize their products’ complements.” (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Emacs Commune (2002)
SCORE: 90

TITLE: Five Choices: Or, Why I Won’t Give Dave Pell Twelve Dollars (2002)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Doug Stinson’s Visual Cryptography Page (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Design by Contract and Unit Testing (2003)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Rich, Black, Flunking (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Coffee-houses: The Internet in a cup (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Absolute Minimum Every Dev Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (2003)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Exponential Lower Bound for 2-Query Locally Decodable Codes via a Quantum Argument (2003)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Unreal Thing: What’s wrong with the Matrix? (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Unreal Thing: What’s wrong with the Matrix? (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: What ever happened to IPv5? (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Escape From the Planet of x86 (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Implementing a Thread Library on Linux (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Belkin routers hijacking websurfing (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Caring for Your Introvert (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Pinker – Words and Rules: The Ingredients of Language(2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Rob Enderle: Putting the ’Anal’ in ‘Analyst’ (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Beginning Guide To Evolutionary Algorithms in Perl (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: An interview with Anders Heljsberg (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to Interview a Programmer (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Technical Debt (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Thoughts by an American at Oxford (2003)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: US Poverty in Space and Time (2003)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Macromedia on Flash intros (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Circular Showcase – TeX on Mac OS X (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Dialogue concerning Neural Coding and Information Theory (2003) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Soul of Programming (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Confessions of an expert witness (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Brain Behind Teledyne: Henry Singleton (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Virus That Changed My World (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Eric S. Raymond’s changes to the Jargon file (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Doctoral dissertation could be security threat (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Dean Kamen (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Advances in Distributed Security (2003)
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TITLE: Claude Shannon and the making of information theory (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Synthesis of Cyclic Combinational Circuits (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Umberto Eco on the future of books (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Java’s checked exceptions were a mistake (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Making reliable distributed systems in the presence of software errors (2003) (pdf)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Drug Test (2003)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Importance of Not Thinking Too Much (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Wearing the hair shirt: a retrospective on Haskell (2003) (pdf)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Computational Complexity of Air Travel Planning (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Estimating the Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow (2003)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: If you’re watching everybody, you’re watching nobody (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The threat model for SSL is flawed (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: What the Internet Is and How to Stop Mistaking It for Something Else (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Squeak and Croquet Demo Etech03 (2003)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Memoirs From the Browser Wars (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Decompiled Source For MS-RPC DCOM Blaster Worm (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Columbia’s Last Flight (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Rockin’ on without Microsoft (2003)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Group Is Its Own Worst Enemy (2003)
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TITLE: (2003)’Homefront’&’Paradise Lost’: Star Trek Deep Space 9 In the Post 9/11 World
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TITLE: 60 Minutes – Pirates of the Internet (2003) … your thoughts now 6 years on?
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TITLE: Diary of an Insane Cell Mechanic (2003)
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TITLE: Larry Page And Sergey Brin discuss the history and workings of Google (2003)
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TITLE: Suppressing Intelligence Research: Hurting Those We Intend to Help (2003)
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TITLE: Neal Stephenson Responds With Wit and Humor (2004)
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TITLE: Rob Pike Interview On Software Engineering (2004)
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TITLE: Stone v Pinon, Copyright Infringement of Maps (2004)
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TITLE: Neal Stephenson interview on SlashDot (2004)
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TITLE: Autistic Social Software (2004)
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TITLE: Create a Hoax, Earn Damnation (2004)
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TITLE: American Everyman – Warren Buffett (2004)
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TITLE: Hundreds Register for New Facebook Website (2004)
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TITLE: We Are Morons: a quick look at the Win2k source (2004)
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TITLE: The Art of the Parlay (2004)
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TITLE: Handbook of Data Structures and Applications – B Trees (2004) (pdf)
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TITLE: Bill Gates: Solving the Toughest Problems in Computer Science (2004)
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TITLE: Python Interfaces Are Not Java Interfaces (2004)
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TITLE: Me Too (2004)
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TITLE: Neal Stephenson interview on publishling, money, science, and more (2004)
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TITLE: Hacking Perl in Nightclubs (2004)
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TITLE: What You Can’t Say (2004)
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TITLE: (2004) Dangers of Statin Drugs, the Popular Cholesterol-Lowering Medicines
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TITLE: See You on the Darknet – Why we don’t really want Internet security. (2004)
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TITLE: Simplicity Makes the Difference that Makes the Difference (2004)
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TITLE: Rails 0.5.0: The end of vaporware (2004)
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TITLE: YAGNI (2004)
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TITLE: A Sea Story (2004)
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TITLE: Microsoft Stack Rank as a Popularity Contest (2004)
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TITLE: Dijkstra on Analogies and Anthropomorphism (2004)
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TITLE: EPIC (2004)
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TITLE: Group as User: Flaming and the Design of Social Software (2004)
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TITLE: Neal Stephenson: The Salon Interview (2004)
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TITLE: The Virtue of Idleness (2004)
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TITLE: The Age of the Essay (2004)
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TITLE: We Are Morons: a quick look at the Win2k source (2004)
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TITLE: Mind the Gap (2004)
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TITLE: Dynamically changing running Lisp code (2004)
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TITLE: Google IPO? No Thanks (2004)
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TITLE: Google Circles? Meh. Here’s Lycos Circles (2004)
SCORE: 65

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SCORE: 28

TITLE: Programming as if Performance Mattered (2004)
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TITLE: Bill Joy: Why the future doesn’t need us (2004)
SCORE: 42

TITLE: Great Hackers (2004)
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TITLE: Why to avoid Google’s IPO (2004)
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TITLE: Linus on kernel management style (2004)
SCORE: 60

TITLE: Guido van Rossum: Adding Optional Static Typing to Python (2004)
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TITLE: Great Hackers (2004)
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TITLE: How Microsoft Lost the API War (2004)
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TITLE: The Word “Hacker” (2004)
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TITLE: Mind the Gap (2004)
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TITLE: CensorZilla (2004)
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TITLE: Attachment Security, Part Deux (2005)
SCORE: 1

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SCORE: 10

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SCORE: 54

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SCORE: 11

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SCORE: 27

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SCORE: 5

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SCORE: 4

TITLE: Pattern Matching, S-Expressions, and DSL in Ruby (2006)
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TITLE: Lisp Deserves a Fresh Look (2006)
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TITLE: Ignore the competition (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: From Counterculture to Cyberculture: the Rise of Digital Utopianism (2006)
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TITLE: Herman Miller’s Leap of Faith (2006)
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TITLE: Finding Great Developers (2006)
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TITLE: A Field Guide to Developers (2006)
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TITLE: Stevey’s Blog Rants: Lisp is Not an Acceptable Lisp (2006)
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TITLE: Is the Internet A Long Tail Ghetto? (2006)
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TITLE: Jeff Bezos’ Risky Bet (2006)
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TITLE: The 18 Mistakes That Kill Startups (2006)
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TITLE: Paul Graham’S Lessons For Startups (2006)
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TITLE: Tungurahua Erupts (2006)
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SCORE: 1

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SCORE: 3

TITLE: Web 2.0 Is A Gift, Not A Threat, To VCs (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns (2006)
SCORE: 3

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TITLE: The NSA’s math problem (2006)
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SCORE: 4

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SCORE: 5

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TITLE: Worlds Greatest Pathological Language: TECO (2006)
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TITLE: Documentary: Deep Water (2006)
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TITLE: Scott Aaronson: Quantum Computing Since Democritus (2006)
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TITLE: Archive: LinkedIn is the myspace for adults (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Map of the Internet IP4 space (2006)
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SCORE: 2

TITLE: Object-Relational Mapping is the Vietnam of Computer Science (2006)
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TITLE: Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns (2006)
SCORE: 3

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TITLE: Art of Optical Flow (2006)
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TITLE: Federer as Religious Experience (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Game Master (2006)
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TITLE: The Programmer Bill of Rights (2006)
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TITLE: Reasons to Develop Your Technical Skills (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Monster Arrives: Software Patent Lawsuits Against Open Source Developers (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hello Kitty people (2006)
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TITLE: What Customers Want from Your Products (2006)
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TITLE: Is your product a vitamin or painkiller? (2006)
SCORE: 3

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SCORE: 3

TITLE: Choice. Happiness and Spaghetti Sauce (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Metcalfe’s Law is Wrong (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How Google Earth Killed Santa (2006)
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TITLE: Flattening Arrow Code (2006)
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TITLE: The Development Abstraction Layer (2006)
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TITLE: Secure Passwords Keep You Safer (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why learning Haskell/Python makes you a worse programmer (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Metcalfe’s Law is Wrong (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: GUI Architectures (2006)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Sean Parker as Jim Clark 2.0, and the return of the dotcom boom (2006)
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TITLE: Data Mining for Terrorists (2006)
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TITLE: Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns (2006)
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TITLE: The Birth of Obvious Corp (2006)
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TITLE: Twttr 101 (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: NSA has massive database of Americans’ phone calls (2006)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: ICO Report: What price privacy now? ( 2006 )
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TITLE: Making Considerate Software (2006)
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TITLE: Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How Friendships Form (2006)
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TITLE: Raymond Chen: Tales of Application Compatibility (2006) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Google Tech Talk makes case for end of copyright (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Software Engineering for Internet Applications (2006)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: The Development Abstraction Layer (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Blog or get off the pot (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: IT Certifications, People Still Believe in Them? (2006)
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TITLE: Why learning Haskell/Python makes you a worse programmer (2006)
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TITLE: Building an open source router to battle Cisco (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Nancy typing (2006)
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TITLE: Working Backwards (2006)
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TITLE: Richard Stallman (as St IGNUcius) : Emacs vs. Vi (2006)
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TITLE: Reactions to 95% Typography (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Kennewick Man – The Greatest Show Unearthed (2006)
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TITLE: Writing Letters of Recommendation (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Malcolm Gladwell on spaghetti sauce (2006)
SCORE: 0

TITLE: Whatever happened to the smartphone? (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Management Myth (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Sine-wave speech (2006)
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TITLE: Ze Frank on Running Out of Ideas (2006)
SCORE: 5

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SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Brief History of Apple’s Open Source Efforts (2006)
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TITLE: The call stack is not a history (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Black Hat and White Hat Hacking with Lisp (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Google Reader learns to share (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Top ten geek business myths (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Language Wars (2006)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Leben der Anderen (2006) a movie about STASI surveillance relevant today
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Bill Gates’ Workflow (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: “Multi-Dimensional Analog Literals” in C++ (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A Technical History of Apple’s Operating Systems (2006) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Angry/negative people can be bad for your brain (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Potentially Disastrous Design Error (2006)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: How I Work: Bill Gates (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Introducing the Twitter API (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Anders Hejlsberg, hacker who did not graduate (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Continuous Integration (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How shops can exploit people’s herd mentality to increase sales (2006)
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TITLE: Eight barriers to effective listening (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Oh how far we´ve come. United States Government usability guidlines (2006)
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TITLE: Making annoying rainbows in JavaScript (2006)
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TITLE: Lift author’s Web Framework Manifesto (2006)
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TITLE: Jim Waldo — On System Design (2006) (and why we’re awful at it)
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TITLE: Human-level AI is harder than it seemed in 1955 (2006)
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TITLE: How YouTube beat Google Video (2006)
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TITLE: Re-Engineering the Ark (2006)
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TITLE: Sitting straight ‘bad for backs’ (2006)
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TITLE: A Historical Look at the VAX: Microprocessor Economics (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Why did I leave IBM Research? (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Finding Great Developers (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Understanding Weak References (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How I Work: Marissa Mayer (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A fundamental way newspaper sites need to change (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Programming language puzzles (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 3 Reasons Web 2.0 is a Bubble (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: What’s Wrong With Cinderella? (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Windows Shutdown crapfest (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Not managing programmers (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Neil Gershenfeld on Fab Labs (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Art of the Start (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: (Not) Managing Software Developers (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A woman’s life in search queries (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Seagate CEO: Google, Web service giants upgrade storage almost yearly (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: GNU Emacs April Fools’ joke (2006)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Algebraic syntax assembly (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Working Backwards (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Pair Programming Misconceptions (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Out of the (C++) loop: Goto considered risible (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cuckoo Hashing for Undergraduates (2006) (pdf)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Why Ruby on Rails won’t become mainstream (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Walkthrough: writing a Lisp interpreter in Haskell (2006)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Jonathan Blow: there’s not enough innovation in games (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Vietnam of Computer Science (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: SHAM Scam (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Say Goodbye to Embarrassment (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: From Counterculture to Cyberculture (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Architecture is Politics (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Four Modes of Seeking Information (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Silicon Valley’s All Twttr (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Infinity Machine (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Beware the return of the Web Bubble (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Japanese innovation (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A new brand of music is turning programming into performance (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Reverse Engineering Machines with the Yoneda Lemma (2006)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Source of the famous “Now you have two problems” quote (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Believe me: you can’t build the next MySpace (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Finding Great Developers (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Trading liberty for security? A misuse of Benjamin Franklin (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Interview with Markus Frind (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: It Pays to Have Pals in Silicon Valley (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Great Failure of Wikipedia (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ze Frank: Ideas are Brain Crack (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Odeo releases Twttr (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Odeo Releases Twttr (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Smacbook Pro (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Sidewalks: Paying by the Stroll (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Things You Really Need to Learn (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The country that wouldn’t grow up (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hiding in Plain Sight, Google Seeks More Power (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: YouTube vs MySpace Growth: No Contest (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Top ten geek business myths (2006)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Psst! Try out other stuff Odeo makes: odeo/play, Hellodeo, Twttr (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Anonymity Won’t Kill the Internet (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: (2006) Moore’s Law is Crap
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Moore’s law is crap (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Actual lessons from Kiko Calendar (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Risk Pool (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Peter Norvig’s Commencement Address at U.C. Berkeley (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A Tribute to Alan Turing (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Silicon Valley’s All Twttr (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How OSX executes applications (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Silver Needle in the Skype: An analysis of Skype’s internals (2006) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: IBM: The ‘next big thing’ no longer exists (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: IBM: The ‘next big thing’ no longer exists (2006)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Joining The Prestigious Three Monitor Club (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Effects of caffeine on persuasion and attitude change (2006)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: The US economy and credit crisis explained by Peter Schiff (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Programming is harder than chess(2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Lives of Others (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How Steve Jobs prepares for his keynotes (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Broken Windows Theory (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Workplace Democracy: Isthmus Engineering (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Has Joel Spolsky Jumped the Shark? (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: MagicInk – How information should be presented to users in a GUI (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How the cost to make a copy changes industry’s revenue distribution (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Code Reviews: Just Do It (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: My First BillG Review (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How E-Commerce Impacts the Structure of Retail and Similar Industries (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Food allergies on the rise? (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: VC Cliché of the Week: Ask for Advice (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why We Fight (2006) insights on the industrial-military complex
SCORE: 3

TITLE: In John They Trust (2006)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Text Columns: How Long is Too Long? (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Blake Ross on Popup Suppression (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: The Departed (2006) (Dual Audio) (Hindi-English) BluRay Rip | zee4fun.com
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TITLE: PLOT: Programming Language for Old Timers (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: (2006) Room 614A: AT&T spying collaboration with the NSA
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 7 Reasons Why Web Apps Fail (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 10 people who don’t matter (2006)
SCORE: 183

TITLE: The Friendster Story (2006)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: Has Joel Spolsky Jumped the Shark? (2006)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: I Hate the News (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: A Field Guide to Developers (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Nearly All Binary Searches and Mergesorts are Broken (2006)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: How Do You Teach Kids the Value of Money? (2006)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: Nike Air was Sulfur Hexafluoride (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Taxonomy of Logical Fallacies (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hack5 NSA SKetch (video) (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Boeing put a backdoor in 777 (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Guide on How to install Mac OSX Mavericks on Older generation Mac Pro (2006)
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TITLE: What it takes to be great (2006)
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TITLE: How To Make A Plan (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Pokiri (2006) Telugu Mp3 Songs Download – Tollymp3z
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Swiss finance guru sees hard times for the US and the world (2006)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Writely – The Back Story (2006)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: When I invented the Web, I didn’t have to ask anyone’s permission (2006)
SCORE: 80

TITLE: Jawed Karim: How YouTube Took Off (2006)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: How I Did It: Tony Hsieh, CEO, Zappos.com (2006)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: The Management Myth (2006)
SCORE: 113

TITLE: Dtrx: Intelligent archive extraction (2006)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Unicode is tricky in Java and might be impossible in C++ (2006)
SCORE: 17

TITLE: The Firefox Kid: Blake Ross (2006)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: If you want to be rich, first stop being so frightened (2006)
SCORE: 153

TITLE: The 25 Worst Tech Products of All Time (2006)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Bjarne Stroustrup: the problem with programming (2006)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: How to Do What You Love (2006)
SCORE: 59

TITLE: Jobs vs. Gates: Who’s the Star? (2006)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: Yelping for Dollars (2006)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Tips for Startup Companies (2006)
SCORE: 98

TITLE: Brain researcher hacks Who Wants to be a Millionaire using memory tricks (2006)
SCORE: 133

TITLE: Miracle Math (2006)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Yahoo recruiter wants my resume (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Greg Chaitin on the limits of Reason (2006) (pdf)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: Steve Yegge: Lisp is not an acceptable Lisp. (2006)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: Google Puts Lid on New Products (2006)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Street Legal Jet Powered Beetle (2006)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: Wasabi (2006)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Release Late, Release Rarely (2006)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: This Place is Not a Place of Honor (2006)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: IKEA: Flat-pack accounting (2006)
SCORE: 113

TITLE: Lisp Deserves a Fresh Look (2006)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Bootstrapping a startup with Smalltalk (2006)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Stanford Magazine Article on Don Knuth: Love at First Byte (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Things Developers Want More Than Money (2006)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: Pen and paper rule (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Nearly All Binary Searches and Mergesorts are Broken (2006)
SCORE: 101

TITLE: How to be a genius (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Pork’s Dirty Secret (2006)
SCORE: 141

TITLE: Cat Parasite may affect our Psychology (2006)
SCORE: 32

TITLE: The Porn Identity (2006)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Why We Haven’t Met Any Aliens (2006)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Why don’t more police cars have video cameras? (2006)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: A Note to Google Users on Net Neutrality, by Eric Schmidt (2006)
SCORE: 143

TITLE: Don’t Make the Demo Look Done (2006)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: The Nature of Lisp (2006)
SCORE: 54

TITLE: Search Engines as Leeches on the Web (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: An Open Letter from Mark Zuckerberg (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Hiring: The Lake Wobegon Strategy (2006)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: How Google Maps splits the world in 2^20 256×256 tiles (2006)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: Lisp is Poetry and Most Programmers Want Prose (2006)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: Effective Emacs (2006)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Ghetto gourmet: underground supper clubs in America (2006)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Why There Will Be No Macs in 2010 (2006)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: What Should a Billionaire Give–and What Should You? (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Python at Google (2006)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: Lisp is Not an Acceptable Lisp (2006)
SCORE: 68

TITLE: Lisp is Sin (2006)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: Larry Ellison (2006): If an open source product gets good enough, we’ll take it
SCORE: 45

TITLE: The Management Myth (2006)
SCORE: 103

TITLE: Zynga CEO Mark Pyncus, scolds new HBS dean on ethics (2006)
SCORE: 34

TITLE: Sean Parker as Jim Clark 2.0, and the return of the dotcom boom (2006)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: How not to Pitch To Y Combinator (2006)
SCORE: 112

TITLE: Best Job in America: Software engineer (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to do what you love (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Next Mainstream Programming Language: A Game Developer’s Perspective (2006)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: The worst Billion dollar Internet acquisitions (2006)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: A Brief History of Microsoft FUD (2006)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: My baby, the finite state machine (2006)
SCORE: 106

TITLE: Refuse to be terrorized (2006)
SCORE: 207

TITLE: Are Software Patents Evil? (2006)
SCORE: 74

TITLE: The Entrepreneurial Pendulum (2006)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Hardest Lessons for Startups to Learn (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: How the Baby Bells and the government destroyed competition for DSL (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Island Test (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ORM is the Vietnam of Computer Science (2006)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Magic Ink: Information Software and the Graphical Interface (2006)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: How to be interesting (2006)
SCORE: 173

TITLE: The “C is Efficient” Language Fallacy (2006)
SCORE: 173

TITLE: How to Get a Nuclear Bomb (2006)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: Why drinkers earn more than nondrinkers (2006)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Nearly all binary search and merge sort implementations are broken (2006)
SCORE: 148

TITLE: Steve Yegge: Effective Emacs (2006)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: How to Be a Demo God (2006)
SCORE: 30

TITLE: The Day Programmer vs. The Night Programmer (2006)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Why Systems Programmers Still Use C (2006)
SCORE: 107

TITLE: The Power of the Marginal (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Has Joel Spolsky Jumped the Shark? (2006)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: Satire/Parody Distinction—Can Satire Ever Be Fair Use? (2006) (pdf)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Tcl the misunderstood (2006)
SCORE: 181

TITLE: Peter Norvig’s Address at the UC Berkeley Computer Science Commencement (2006)
SCORE: 74

TITLE: An Algorithm for Compressing Space and Time (2006)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: The Guerrilla Guide to Interviewing (2006)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Source of the famous “Now you have two problems” quote (2006)
SCORE: 145

TITLE: Web Design is 95% Typography (2006)
SCORE: 46

TITLE: Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns (2006)
SCORE: 93

TITLE: Effective emacs (2006)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: You’re not bad…for a girl (2006)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Andrew Mason asking for advice on “selling a website idea” (2006)
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TITLE: The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan (2006)
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TITLE: Blog Or Get Off The Pot (2006)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: Writing device drivers in Linux: A brief tutorial (2006)
SCORE: 186

TITLE: Why learning Haskell/Python makes you a worse programmer (2006)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: The Eternal Value of Privacy (2006)
SCORE: 91

TITLE: NSA has massive database of Americans’ phone calls (2006)
SCORE: 110

TITLE: Senator Biden On NSA Database (2006) (video)
SCORE: 163

TITLE: Haskell: Do Notation Considered Harmful (2006)
SCORE: 4

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TITLE: Syncing large files with small changes using LibTorrent (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Martin Eberhard – Lessons from the Electric Roadster Stanford (2007) (podcast)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Primary Keys: IDs versus GUIDs (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Why research labs fail at innovation (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Open Decision-Making (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Stained (2007) (video)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Complaints I’m Seeing About Common Lisp (2007)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: In Praise of Pic (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Royal Canadian Mint Million Dollar Coin (2007)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: Evolution Paradox – Why Some People Are More Attractive Than Others (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: This year I mean it — it’s a bubble (2007)
SCORE: 71

TITLE: Facebook will sink under the weight of socially obligated “friendships” (2007)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Symbian CEO Disses Linux-Based Android (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Which theory fits the evidence? (2007)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: The Checklist (2007)
SCORE: 78

TITLE: The Bipolar Lisp Programmer (2007)
SCORE: 88

TITLE: Bricks (2007)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: Category Theory for the Java Programmer (2007)
SCORE: 42

TITLE: Apple iPhone Will Fail in a Late, Defensive Move (2007)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Microsoft Observed “a perfect backdoor” In The NSA/RSA Code (2007)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Pmarca Guide to Personal Productivity (2007)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Obama pledges Net neutrality laws if elected president (2007)
SCORE: 75

TITLE: Aggressively Stupid: The Story Behind After Dark (2007)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: The Fear That Haunts My Dreams (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The snow words myth: progress at last (2007)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Open Source God – over 480 open source applications and resources (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ten Steps to Close Down an Open Society (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How engineers and managers communicate: A parody video (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The right to criticize programming languages (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Python Vs. Erlang for MMOG (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Tech Talk: Linus Torvalds on git (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Spying on the home front. (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ten Steps To Close Down an Open Society (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Study Confirms Male Circumcision is Genital Mutilation (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Elon Musk’s letter to Valleywag (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Happy Days (2007) Telugu Mp3 Songs Download – Tollymp3z
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The TrueCrypt Hunt (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How To Motivate Yourself (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Original Show HN thread for Dropbox (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: (OpenSSH) Diffie Hellman key exchange algorithms (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: MySpace Is a Natural Monopoly (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Transformers (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to start an open source project (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Time Management HD Video by CMU CS Prof. Randy Pausch (2007)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Kevin Ham, the $300 million master of Web domains (2007)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: Would You Bet $100,000,000 on Your Pet Programming Language? (2007)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: I thought Lisp would be fun to learn (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Radical Honesty: I Think You’re Fat (2007)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: Alan Kay: The PC Must Be Revamped (2007)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Physics and Entrepreneurism (2007)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Myths About Women Entrepreneurs (2007)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: Google Tech Talk: Erlang (2007)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: The Axiom of Choice is Wrong (2007)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: The Pmarca Guide to Startups, part 4: The only thing that matters (2007)
SCORE: 15

TITLE: Bob Stoll: the man who shook up Vegas (2007)
SCORE: 37

TITLE: Biology goes open source (2007)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: Dormitory converted into gigantic Tetris display (2007)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: 5,000-Year-Old Artificial Eye Found on Iran-Afghan Border (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Bizarre theory suggests time may be running out (2007)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: Vitamin D slashes risk of cancers by 77 percent (2007)
SCORE: 49

TITLE: The New Nostradamus (2007)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Lions: a photo essay by Nathan Myhrvold (2007)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: Personal Brands, Identity and Perception Management (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Case for Burying Charcoal (2007)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: How to recognise a good programmer (2007)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: Three blog posts I’d love to read (and one that I wouldn’t) (2007)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Why I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails (2007)
SCORE: 62

TITLE: Physicists Discover Inorganic Dust With Lifelike Qualities (2007)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: If you aren’t embarrassed by v1.0 you didn’t release it early enough (2007)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: You don’t bury survivors – transcript of an interview (2007)
SCORE: 63

TITLE: Gates and Jobs look into the future of personal computing (2007)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: Being an expert takes time, not talent (2007)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Jessica Livingston – Authors @Google – Founders at Work (2007)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: Widespread gamma error in image scaling algorithms (2007)
SCORE: 84

TITLE: Compressed sensing and single-pixel cameras (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Microsoft Mugged over VC-1 licensing terms (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Is The USA Heading For Third World Status? (2007)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: GNU gold developer on linker basics (2007)
SCORE: 36

TITLE: Why women read more than men (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Apple Should Pull the Plug on the iPhone (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How not to talk to your kids (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Think before you code (2007)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Marginal income tax rates for a single California resident (2007)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: Bytecode interpreters for tiny computers (2007)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: In-Q-Tel: a new partnership between the CIA and the private sector (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Why ‘noncompete’ means ‘don’t thrive’ (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Superstimuli and the Collapse of Western Civilization (2007)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Doing the math: Why 1% of search market share is worth over $1 Billion (2007)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: The Untold History of Toontown’s SpeedChat (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Designed deterioration (2007)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: How Apple Keyboards Lost a Logo and Windows PCs Gained One (2007)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Why the iPhone will fail (2007)
SCORE: 100

TITLE: Motorola F3: The anti-iPhone? (2007)
SCORE: 37

TITLE: Top-10 Web Application Security Vulnerabilities (2007)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Vista and MS Office 2007 will transform the way people work and play(2007)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Why does fiat money seemingly work? (2007)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Obscene Losses: The porn business is in trouble (2007)
SCORE: 75

TITLE: How Yahoo Blew It (2007)
SCORE: 31

TITLE: How I Did It: William Wang, CEO, Vizio (2007)
SCORE: 26

TITLE: Warning: Software Startups are Not as Easy as Everyone Says (2007)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: Mailinator – averaging 4.5million emails/day on a single 2Ghz machine (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: VBA for Macintosh goes away (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Foul-Mouthed Blogger Ted Dziuba Tells Why Most Startups Fail (2007)
SCORE: 41

TITLE: Why O’Caml is not my favorite programming language (2007)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: My National Security Letter Gag Order (2007)
SCORE: 307

TITLE: Why Skype is Evil (2007)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: The Dark Side of C++ (2007)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: The Stanford Facebook Class (2007)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: How Tuition Works At Oxford University (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Why I do not use RAR (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: MySpace, Skype announce partnership (2007)
SCORE: 213

TITLE: Xkcd’s Randall Munroe talk at Google (w/ Norvig intro, Knuth Q&A) (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: John Dvorak: Apple Should Pull the Plug on the iPhone (2007)
SCORE: 18

TITLE: Too many layers of abstraction — worthless crap (2007)
SCORE: 25

TITLE: Architecture for a distributed app store (2007)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: Holding a Program in One’s Head (2007)
SCORE: 55

TITLE: The legal history of “fuck” (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 49

TITLE: Larry Lessig: the Law is Strangling Creativity (2007)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Scroogled (2007)
SCORE: 235

TITLE: Java Programmers: humorless? (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Spyjax: Using a:visited to test your history (2007)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: I Think You’re Fat (2007)
SCORE: 219

TITLE: What’s Your Permanent Age? (2007)
SCORE: 103

TITLE: An Alternative Theory of Unions (2007)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: I Miss Iraq. I Miss My Gun. I Miss My War. (2007)
SCORE: 61

TITLE: Why a career in computer programming sucks (2007)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: Scroogled (2007)
SCORE: 108

TITLE: Three Beautiful Quicksorts (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Recruiting the Top 1 Percent (2007)
SCORE: 71

TITLE: Startup News Becomes Hacker News (2007)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: IPhone Will Fail in a Late, Defensive Move (2007)
SCORE: 72

TITLE: Building Robust Systems – Gerald Sussman (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 35

TITLE: Neo-Victorian computing (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Death claims singular “them” (2007)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Java running faster than C (2007)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: Original iPhone review (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Did NSA Put a Secret Backdoor in New Encryption Standard? (2007)
SCORE: 174

TITLE: Write Articles, Not Blog Postings (2007)
SCORE: 37

TITLE: How the CIA Used a Fake Sci-Fi Flick to Rescue Americans From Tehran (2007)
SCORE: 149

TITLE: I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails (2007)
SCORE: 22

TITLE: 16 bits per second – the bandwidth of consciousness (2007)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Holding a Program in One’s Head (2007)
SCORE: 213

TITLE: How To Do Philosophy (2007)
SCORE: 33

TITLE: Top ten algorithms in data mining (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 218

TITLE: What’s Wrong With CS Research (2007)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Stuff (2007)
SCORE: 127

TITLE: What’s Wrong With Ruby? (2007)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: FedEx Still Faster Than The Internet (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Why Women Aren’t Funny (2007)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: The Twilight Years of Cap’n Crunch (2007)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: The Dark Side of C++ (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 95

TITLE: The End of a 1,400-Year-Old Business (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Would You Bet $100,000,000 on Your Pet Programming Language? (2007)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Bayes’ rule in Haskell (2007)
SCORE: 176

TITLE: A regular expression matcher By Rob Pike and Brian Kernighan (2007)
SCORE: 96

TITLE: A Visual Explanation of SQL Joins (2007)
SCORE: 111

TITLE: San Francisco: Protected tenants and what you need to know (2007)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: My Son Won’t Do His Homework (2007)
SCORE: 98

TITLE: A response to Linus Torvalds on C++ (2007)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: AT&T gave feds access to all Web, phone traffic, ex-tech says (2007)
SCORE: 53

TITLE: A Story of Surveillance (2007)
SCORE: 94

TITLE: Obama’s Speech at Woodrow Wilson Center (2007)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: Whistleblower: AT&T Maintained a ‘Secret Room’ for the NSA (2007)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Admitting that Functional Programming Can Be Awkward (2007)
SCORE: 11

TITLE: AT&T Invents Programming Language for Mass Surveillance (2007)
SCORE: 95

TITLE: The Strange Story of Dual_EC_DRBG – suspected NSA backdoor (2007)
SCORE: 233

TITLE: U.S. Border bars Psychotherapist with drug research in his past (2007)
SCORE: 14

TITLE: The Pedal-to-the-Metal, Totally Illegal, Cross-Country Sprint for Glory (2007)
SCORE: 96

TITLE: Encrypted E-Mail Company Hushmail Spills to Feds (2007)
SCORE: 127

TITLE: Startup News Becomes Hacker News (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Webserver in bash (2007)
SCORE: 60

TITLE: Did NSA Put a Secret Backdoor in New Encryption Standard? (2007)
SCORE: 187

TITLE: Guide to cryptographic hashes for content-based addressing (2007)
SCORE: 51

TITLE: Why Drug Dealers Live With Their Moms (2007)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Arctic summers ice-free by 2013 (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Is There Anything Good About Men? (2007)
SCORE: 17

TITLE: The Hydrogen Hoax (2007)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Passage: a Gamma256 video game by Jason Rohrer (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: New Y Combinator startup launches – Scribd = “YouTube for documents” (2007)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Chernobyl Fungus Feeds On Radiation (2007)
SCORE: 99

TITLE: CPU reliability – Linus Torvalds (2007)
SCORE: 203

TITLE: The Inverse Power of Praise (2007)
SCORE: 69

TITLE: The $200 Billion Rip-Off: Our broadband future was stolen (2007)
SCORE: 241

TITLE: Amazon one-click patent rejected by the USPTO as a result of my request (2007)
SCORE: 27

TITLE: Public wifi – how could it get so bad? (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Hocus-Pocus, and a Beaker of Truffles (2007)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: Microsoft is Dead (2007)
SCORE: 182

TITLE: Apple iPhone Will Fail in a Late, Defensive Move (2007)
SCORE: 123

TITLE: On Having Balls, Part II: Staying Hungry (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: A case against syntax highlighting (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to Write a Spelling Corrector (2007)
SCORE: 77

TITLE: Warning Signs in Experimental Design and Interpretation (2007)
SCORE: 93

TITLE: Introduction to MIPS assembly language (2007)
SCORE: 78

TITLE: Nuclear plants release less radiation into environment than coal plants (2007)
SCORE: 78

TITLE: Chemical weapons dumped in the Baltic sea (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 83

TITLE: The Fear That Haunts My Dreams(2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Is It Worth Being Wise? (2007)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Tesla arcs playing Mario Bros (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Pearls Before Breakfast (2007)
SCORE: 38

TITLE: When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth (2007)
SCORE: 102

TITLE: Do We Really Know What Makes Us Healthy? (2007)
SCORE: 56

TITLE: It’s Still the Latency, Stupid (2007)
SCORE: 57

TITLE: Why RAID 5 stops working in 2009 (2007)
SCORE: 61

TITLE: Interview: Steve Wozniak, Co-Founder, Apple Computer (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Anti social spikes – The Anti Sit Archive (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: What actually happens when you plug in a USB device? (2007)
SCORE: 92

TITLE: The Axiom of Choice is Wrong (2007)
SCORE: 68

TITLE: Compiling with Continuations, Continued (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 47

TITLE: It’s totally reasonable to chalk it up to cosmic rays (2007)
SCORE: 40

TITLE: Product/Market Fit (2007)
SCORE: 43

TITLE: Sodaconstructor: Interactive creations using masses and springs (2007)
SCORE: 20

TITLE: Why blurring sensitive information is a bad idea (2007)
SCORE: 264

TITLE: Using Photos to Enhance Videos (2007) – Why is no one building this?
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Falling Into The Pit of Success (2007)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: A look back: Bram Cohen vs. Linus Torvalds (2007)
SCORE: 97

TITLE: Bizarro World: World Record Tetris (2007)
SCORE: 236

TITLE: One woman can’t have a baby in nine months (2007)
SCORE: 86

TITLE: Evolving a language in and for the real world: C++ 1991-2006 (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 48

TITLE: The Big Picture (2007)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The IO Monad for People who Simply Don’t Care (2007)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: Gamma error in picture scaling (2007)
SCORE: 112

TITLE: Briefcase ‘that changed the world’ (2007)
SCORE: 21

TITLE: The Art of Unpacking (2007) (pdf)
SCORE: 19

TITLE: What’s all this fuss about Erlang? (2007)
SCORE: 39

TITLE: Thread patterns (2007)
SCORE: 28

TITLE: Modern Cosmology: Science or Folktale? (2007)
SCORE: 16

TITLE: Frame Pointer Optimization vs. degugging compiled code (2007)
SCORE: 13

TITLE: The Athens Affair – The most audacious cell-network break-in (2007)
SCORE: 76

TITLE: Larry and the “Ping of Death” (2007)
SCORE: 59

TITLE: Quantum mechanics as a generalization of probability (2007)
SCORE: 209

TITLE: Why They Called It the Manhattan Project (2007)
SCORE: 70

TITLE: Structured Stream Transport (2007)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Manufacturing Depression: A journey into the economy of melancholy (2007)
SCORE: 24

TITLE: Why is a minute divided into 60 seconds? (2007)
SCORE: 50

TITLE: Slippery Business: The trade in adulterated olive oil (2007)
SCORE: 9

TITLE: On the Pedagogical Motive for Esoteric Writing (2007)
SCORE: 29

TITLE: IPv6 Ping Pong (2007)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Linus on C++ (2007)
SCORE: 66

TITLE: The Naive Approach to Hiring People (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Summon Monsters? Open The Door? Heal? Or Die? (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Interview with Donald Knuth (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Networks Are Smart at the Edges (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Mythical Man-Month, The Design of Everyday Things, and Systemantics (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Enclosed, but not encrypted (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: UK Anti-terrorism laws used to spy on noisy children (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Seawater greenhouse project could turn deserts into fertile land for food (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Using AdWords to assess demand for your new online service, step-by-step (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Protecting against DDOS attacks (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ROBOT9000 and #xkcd-signal: Attacking Noise in Chat (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Is the Tipping Point Toast? Influencers vs Mass Marketing (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Dave McClure Interviews PG and Jessica Livingston (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mapping Memory: Web Designer as Information Cartographer (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Half-Assed Startup: Start your company and keep your day job (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: CrowdVine vs. Ning (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Technium: 1,000 True Fans (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Video-Game Programmer Saving Our 21st-Century Souls (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: An Illustrated Guide to the Kaminsky DNS Vulnerability (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Roy T. Fielding: REST APIs must be hypertext-driven (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Whose mouse is it anyway? (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The ‘Language’ in DSL Doesn’t Mean English (or French, Japanese, …) (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Yahoo has poison pill defense at disposal (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Programming Is Hard, Let’s Go Shopping (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: 1,000 True Fans (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Defeating Private Domain Registration (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Debian’s OpenSSL Disaster (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: PocketMod: The Recyclable Personal Organizer (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Engineers harness cell phone technology for use in medical imaging (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Horrifying Dangers Of Online “Cartoon-Like Personas” (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Judgment Day — On How University Evaluations Work (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Pixel Perfect Pascal Dangin’s virtual reality (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Ted Nelson demonstrates Xanadu Space (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: “Synchronizing files is just not a killer application” (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: State of the Computer Book Market (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Saving electricity one data center at a time (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Performance Is a Science (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Mandela taken off US terror list (2008)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Oracle’s Ellison nails cloud computing (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Donald Knuth: Calculus via O notation (2008)
SCORE: 12

TITLE: The Wetware Crisis: the Dead Sea effect (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The 65 mpg Ford the U.S. Can’t Have (2008)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: Using Git as a versioned data store in Python (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Statistics vs. Machine Learning, fight (2008)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Identity Farming (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Stack Overflow Launches (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Cognitive Dissonance in Monkeys – The Monty Hall Problem (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Linux Commands – A practical reference (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Is your Rails Application Safe from Mass Assignment? (2008)
SCORE: 10

TITLE: Google’s First Steps (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Joel Spolsky is being an idiot in public again (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: ‘Digital dark age’ may doom some data (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Claude Lévi-Strauss In His Own Worlds (2008) (video)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Popular Spammer Tricks (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: First ever observation of an object before Earth impact (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Purely Functional Retrogames, Part 1 (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How Computers Boot Up (2008)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: A little simplicity goes a long way (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The demise of AOL keywords and the future of Online Identity (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Get that job at Google (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Neal Stephenson Explains What’s Wrong with Mobile Phones (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why is nobody using SSL client certificates? (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Could I survive on nothing but potatoes and milk? (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: What Winning TechCrunch40 Did for Mint.com (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Duplicate SSL certs make sites unviewable in Firefox (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Eliezer Yudkowsky interviews Aubrey de Grey (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Order in the Universe and Pattern Recognition (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Disadvantages of an Elite Education (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The science of fun (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why are entrepreneurs flocking to mountain towns? (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 7 real estate APIs (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Best “Out of Office” Automatic Replies (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Andy Grove: our electric future (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How the Beatles funded the CT scan (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Explaining JavaScript scope and closures (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Hindi Songs | Jannat (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why and how embargoes work in tech blogging (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Code normal forms (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Is There a Symbiosis Between SOA and DDD? (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The fallacy of choice (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: He Took a Polaroid Every Day, Until the Day He Died (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Architecture Astronauts (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Git From The Bottom Up (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Happy Birthday to GNU (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Portrait of a N00b (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Subtyping and Polymorphism: Java’s broken arrays (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Teaching an autonomous helicopter tricks (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: State of Information Extraction (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Why do we need a new VCS anyway? (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective Terrorists (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: 1,000 True Fans (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: What startups can learn from Haruki Murakami (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Get that job at Google (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Entropy and Short Codes (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: How to troll pg (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: How Long Does a Flash Drive Last (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: 1960s Braun Products Hold the Secrets to Apple’s Future (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Magpie Developer (2008)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Top Reasons to Date an Entrepreneur (2008)
SCORE: 4

TITLE: Thinking in the Rain: An artist takes on the umbrella. (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Defender Favicon: Play a Retro Shooter in Your Favicon (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: The Elements of Pragmatic Programming Style. Intention. (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The fire that changed an industry (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Interactive Fall Prevention Wheelchair (2008) (pdf)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Jay Maisel’s 72-Room Bohemian Dream House (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: The Minerva Controversy (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Ksplice: Automatic Rebootless Kernel Updates (2008) (pdf)
SCORE: 3

TITLE: Automobile deaths reach all-time low; motorcycle deaths are all-time high (2008)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Linus Torvalds on “Linux is evolution, not intelligent design” (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Captures Images of Phoenix Lander’s Descent (2008)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Distinguishing constructive criticism from bad business advice (2008)
SCORE: 1

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TITLE: Disclosure (2009)
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TITLE: RSA Laboratories – RSA-768 is factored (2009)
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TITLE: The Problems of Open Source (2009)
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TITLE: The Generic Dilemma (2009)
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TITLE: Work on Stuff that Matters: First Principles (2009)
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TITLE: Back To Basics: Generational Garbage Collection (2009)
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TITLE: Building An All-Text Linux Workstation (2009)
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TITLE: (2009) Startups: Keep It In Your Pants
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TITLE: Joss Whedon’s Plan to Monetize Internet Content (Watch Out, Hollywood) (2009)
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TITLE: Are You a Digital Sharecropper? (2009)
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TITLE: The Snackwell’s effect (2009)
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TITLE: Forwarding Mouse Events Through Layers (2009)
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TITLE: How we Teach Introductory Computer Science is Wrong (2009)
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TITLE: Please stop saying Java sucks (2009)
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TITLE: The First Known Case of Virus-Attacks-Virus (2009)
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TITLE: The Holy Grail of the Unconscious (2009)
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TITLE: The four golden rules to be a better software developer (2009)
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TITLE: Classic repost: Teaching linear algebra (2009) (Actually – teaching anything)
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TITLE: Comparison of Dropbox versus Live Sync (2009)
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TITLE: Tail Recursion Elimination (2009)
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TITLE: (Another story on)How Twitter was Born (2009)
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TITLE: Why the #$% Do We Swear? For Pain Relief (2009)
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TITLE: Amish Hackers (2009)
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TITLE: NSA helped with Windows 7 development (2009)
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TITLE: Great Explanation of Renormalization in Quantum Field Theories (2009)
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TITLE: 91-94% of Mozilla’s Revenue came from Google (2009)
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TITLE: The Fruits of Family Trees (2009)
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TITLE: Malthusianisms (2009)
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TITLE: Donkey Kong Lays an Easter Egg (2009)
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TITLE: Biosemiotics: To Know, What Life Knows (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: On Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: A reflection on Aaron Swartz (2009)
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TITLE: What I’ve learned from Hacker News (2009)
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TITLE: Seeing Is Believing: The Power of Visualization (2009)
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TITLE: Caffeine, Sleep and Memory, your very own inconvenient truth? (2009)
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TITLE: Why you need to abandon your rescue fantasy (2009)
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TITLE: The Myth of the Genius Programmer (2009)
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TITLE: Menu Mind Games (2009)
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TITLE: Stephen Fry: America’s Place In The World (2009)
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TITLE: Low Level Bit Hacks (2009)
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TITLE: Global Spying: Realistic Probabilities In Modern Signals Intelligence (2009)
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TITLE: NSA Secret Database Ensnared President Clinton’s Private E-mail (2009)
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TITLE: Dependence of religiosity upon dysfunctional conditions (2009)
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TITLE: Predicting the Present with Google Trends (2009)
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TITLE: Real Time Trading in R (2009)
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TITLE: Whitelist_attributes functionality for existing Rails apps (2009)
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TITLE: Objectified (2009): A documentary on the design of everyday objects
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TITLE: Giving Computers Free Will (2009)
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TITLE: XML Denial of Service Attacks and Defenses (2009)
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TITLE: Accidents Of History Created U.S. Health System (2009)
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TITLE: FMRI Gets Slap in the Face with a Dead Fish (2009)
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TITLE: Throwback Thursday: In Defense of Eye Candy (2009)
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TITLE: Jeff Atwood calls out John Gruber over Markdown (2009)
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TITLE: Perceptor: An artificially intelligent guided navigation system for WPF (2009)
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TITLE: The Great Internet Video Lie (2009)
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TITLE: I Pay them to Leave (2009)
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TITLE: How Twitter Was Born (2009)
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TITLE: The New York Times Asks: When Will the Recession Be Over? (2009)
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TITLE: Is It Time for You to Earn or to Learn? (2009)
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TITLE: J2MEMicroDB: an Open Source lightweight database engine for J2ME (2009)
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TITLE: (2009) “This site may harm your computer” on every search result??
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TITLE: The Fallacy of Premature Optimization (2009)
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TITLE: Thomas Harriot: A telescopic astronomer before Galileo (2009)
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TITLE: Story of a Dirty Midnight Murder (2009)
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TITLE: IReddit (2009)
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TITLE: Netflix secret warehouses (2009)
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TITLE: Q&A With Cofounder Of Beatport, The Top Electronic Music Download Store (2009)
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TITLE: 18 Machine Learning Superstars Lectures (2009) (video)
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TITLE: The medicines you take can alter your children’s epigenetics (2009)
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TITLE: Deception as a Way of Knowing: A Conversation with Anthony Grafton (2009)
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TITLE: Possible remedies for Too Big To Fail (2009)
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TITLE: How to be a free thinker (2009)
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TITLE: How Closures Behave In Ruby (2009)
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TITLE: Against Transparency (2009)
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TITLE: Let the Agile Fad Flow By (2009)
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TITLE: Should programming languages support unit testing natively? (2009)
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TITLE: Jody Sherman on the experience of finding a baby on his doorstep (2009)
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TITLE: Demystifying continuations in Ruby (2009)
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TITLE: The Git Parable (2009)
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TITLE: Real-time Social Touch Gesture Recognition for Sensate Robots (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: Don’t use import (2009)
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TITLE: The Sad Tragedy of Micro-Optimization Theater (2009)
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TITLE: The World is Digital (2009)
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TITLE: The Untold Story of the World’s Biggest Diamond Heist (2009)
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TITLE: Defensive Programming for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: Ten Years of Advogato (2009)
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TITLE: Super Babies Reveal the Key to Strength Gene (2009)
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TITLE: Can I use Common Lisp for SICP or is Scheme the only option? (2009)
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TITLE: Acupuncture treatment for pain: review of randomised clinical trials (2009)
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TITLE: Is Digital Inclusion a Good Thing? How Can We Make Sure It Is? (2009)
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TITLE: Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule (2009)
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TITLE: Earth to McDonalds.com: It’s 2009 (2009)
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TITLE: The Truthiness of The Colbert Report (2009)
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TITLE: What is the deal with NULLs? (2009)
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TITLE: Brain Time (2009)
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TITLE: Don’t launch (2009)
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TITLE: Bouquets That Bear Fruit (2009)
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TITLE: Wikipedia’s Terminal Event Management Policy (2009)
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TITLE: Challenges in Building Large-Scale Information Retrieval Systems (2009)
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TITLE: Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones discuss Erlang and Haskell (2009)
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TITLE: Monsters from the Id: The Making of Doom (2009)
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TITLE: How to Pick a Cofounder (2009)
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TITLE: Secret court: Warrantless NSA wiretapping fine (2009)
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TITLE: What the Technophiles Don’t Get about the iPhone (2009)
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TITLE: Media multitaskers pay mental price (2009)
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TITLE: On Siege Warfare (2009)
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TITLE: Attacking Intel BIOS (2009)
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TITLE: The Myth of the Genius Programmer (2009)
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TITLE: The Meaning of ‘su’ (2009)
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TITLE: Cryptographers take on quantum computers (2009)
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TITLE: Why I Won’t Touch LBS with a Ten Foot Pole (2009)
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TITLE: Design Patterns for Data Persistence (2009)
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TITLE: Psychology of performance (2009)
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TITLE: Early (2009) iPad devkit leak – this is real, right?
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TITLE: Programming Sucks! Or at least, it ought to (2009)
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TITLE: Let the Agile Fad Flow By (2009)
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TITLE: ..But Only a Handful of the Pieces Are Longer Than 100 Hours (2009)
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TITLE: Is economics a busted flush?(2009)
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TITLE: A viable micropayment system for the internet (2009)
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TITLE: Mark Pincus on building an Internet treasure (2009)
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TITLE: Things you may not know about jQuery (2009)
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TITLE: Singletons and their problems in Python (2009)
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TITLE: The Good Enough Revolution: When Cheap and Simple Is Just Fine (2009)
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TITLE: On Locational Privacy, and How to Avoid Losing it Forever (2009)
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TITLE: Internet Criminal Economics (2009) (video)
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TITLE: Time management for hackers (2009)
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TITLE: On Influenza A (2009)
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TITLE: The Making Of: 1980’s Rogue (2009)
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TITLE: Current Concepts in Version Control Systems (2009)(pdf)
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TITLE: The Pyramids and the Bazaar (2009)
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TITLE: The Choice of Cities (2009)
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TITLE: Scrypt: A new key derivation function (2009)
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TITLE: How a Ruby Case Statement Works and What You Can Do With It (2009)
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TITLE: Fatal Distraction (2009)
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TITLE: Pure CSS Line Graph (2009)
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TITLE: Declassified FBI CIPAV spyware documents (2009)
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TITLE: The dark side of Dubai (2009)
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TITLE: Naming classes and methods is difficult (2009)
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TITLE: Facebook’s Efficient Storage of Billions of Photos (2009)
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TITLE: Intel’s EFI: Hidden Threat to Computing Freedom? (2009)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Rich Hickey and Brian Beckman – Inside Clojure (2009) (video)
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TITLE: The History of 3D Studio (2009)
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TITLE: Using indexes in Rails (2009)
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TITLE: The Sin of Underconfidence (2009)
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TITLE: Physics, Topology, Logic, Computation: A Rosetta Stone (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: Jon Skeet: Stack Overflow reputation and being a micro-celebrity (2009)
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TITLE: Does incubation enhance problem-solving? A meta-analytic review (2009)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Natural Language Processing with Python (2009)
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TITLE: Twitter Chatter During the Super Bowl (2009)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Charlie Rose interview with Alex Karp, CEO of Palantir Technologies (2009)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Mind vs. Machine (2009)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Your pitch sucks (2009)
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TITLE: The inevitable showdown: Twitter vs Twitter apps (2009)
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TITLE: What Information is “Personally Identifiable”? (2009)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Git from the bottom up (2009)
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TITLE: Don’t wake up the programmer (2009)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Of Musicians and Martial Arts Masters (2009)
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TITLE: The real reason why the major labels love Spotify (2009)
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TITLE: Astronomy: The rock that fell to Earth (2009)
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TITLE: IEEE: Identifying Patterns in Texts (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: Malicious Hackers Are Not Out There (2009)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Fat Head (2009)
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TITLE: Did Texas Execute an Innocent Man? (2009)
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TITLE: NASA: Comparing Python, NumPy, Matlab, Fortran, etc (2009)
SCORE: 6

TITLE: What’s Strategic for Google (2009)
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TITLE: One-liner JavaScript browser detection (2009)
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TITLE: Internet Archaeologists Find Ruins Of ‘Friendster’ Civilization (2009)
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TITLE: The Case for Cognitive Enhancement (2009)
SCORE: 1

TITLE: Picture of Pictures (2009)
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TITLE: Why do event sites suck? (2009)
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TITLE: Enabling Always-Available Input With Muscle-Computer Interfaces (2009)
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TITLE: How Malmö reycles waste (2009)
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TITLE: Self and Self: Whys and Wherefores (2009)
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TITLE: Travis Kalanick’s Guide to Startup Seed Raising Skilzzz (2009)
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TITLE: The Problems of Open Source (2009)
SCORE: 7

TITLE: Can Elon Musk lead the way to an electric-car future? (2009)
SCORE: 2

TITLE: Markets Are Anti-Inductive (2009)
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TITLE: Former Teen Hacker’s Suicide Linked to TJX Probe (2009)
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TITLE: Cyber, Identity, and Information Assurance Strategy (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: Etisalat’s BlackBerry patch designed for surveillance (2009)
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TITLE: Debugging the Linux kernel using Ftrace (2009)
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TITLE: A tale of two rewrites (2009)
SCORE: 5

TITLE: Intel memory ordering, fence instructions, and atomic operations (2009)
SCORE: 8

TITLE: Hal Varian on how the Web challenges managers (2009)
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TITLE: Of Baboons and Bosses (2009)
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TITLE: McKinsey conversations with global leaders: John Chambers of Cisco (2009)
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TITLE: Knowing When to Stop (2009)
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TITLE: A conversation with Alexander Karp, CEO of Palantir Technologies (2009)
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TITLE: British Airways ‘value calculator’ challenges RyanAir / EasyJet (2009)
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TITLE: On the difference between science and philosophy (2009)
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TITLE: The Great Exception (2009)
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TITLE: Using Menu Psychology to Entice Diners (2009)
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TITLE: Programmer’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule (2009)
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TITLE: Part of our society tends to “Denialism”(2009)
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TITLE: Why I gave away my company to charity (2009)
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TITLE: Software Engineering: An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone? (2009) (pdf)
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TITLE: Development journal for an Android game (2009)
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