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Link from Pinboard – The Guardian is getting 60 percent of its Google mobile traffic from AMP – Digiday

Interesting to see some real positive data around AMP. I’m still not sold, but those are numbers that are hard to argue with. The stories around accidentally creating invalid articles and the fallout from that are also interesting. This all in contrast to Guardian dropping Apple News and Instant Articles. Link.

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Link from Pinboard – Replacing Disqus with Github Comments ยท Gazoo.vrv

I love this, I have no idea whether github would be ok with this if everyone did it, but it’s a nice solution to the comments problem Link.

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Link from Pinboard – n-gate.com. we can’t both be right.

Cynical digests of the last week’s hacker news links and discourse. Wonderful. Link.

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Link from Pinboard – KYLI โ€“ because it is superior to JSON โ€“ Terence Eden’s Blog

Terence wasn’t happy with JSON, so he created “KYLI”. I’ll be honest, I mostly bookmarked this for the wordplay. Link.

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Link from Pinboard – The 80/20 Guide to Async/Await in Node.js | http://ift.tt/1zg7RuL

You had me at “readable stack traces” Link.

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Link from Pinboard – Learning Fluency โ€“ Medium

“The disregard of rote memorization is a failure of imagination.” Great read, and a perspective I’ve not considered. Why do I embrace the idea of spaced repetition for something like German in Duolingo, but why does it seem out of leftfield when applied to something like programming? Link.

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Link from Pinboard – Functional Composition – Chris Ford – YouTube

I found this little gem buried in OneTab. A few years ago I attempted GEB, this makes me want to pick it up again. Also, write more Clojure. I definitely want to write more Clojure. Link.

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Link from Pinboard – noffle/art-of-readme: Learn the art of writing quality READMEs.

“The ideal README is as short as it can be without being any shorter. Detailed documentation is good — make separate pages for it! — but keep your README succinct.” Node-centric, but the wisdom can be applied to pretty much any language / ecosystem. Link.

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Link from Pinboard – PX, EM or REM Media Queries? | Zell Liew

It’s 2016. All this has happened before, and all of it will happen again. Link.

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Link from Pinboard – How I Could Steal Money from Instagram, Google and Microsoft

Using premium rate phone numbers to exploit automated 2fa services for money. Absolutely fascinating. Link. federated from Pinboard