Here's a big list of links to cool things I've found. The inclusion criteria: either making me go "wow" and/or being significantly useful to me.
Everything is in rough order-of-(impressiveness or usefulness.)
- The Algorithm for Precision Medicine
- Richard Thieme - Staring into the Abyss Defcon talk about the (in)security industry
- A Swift Introduction to Geometric Algebra you're guaranteed to be a geometric algebra convert after watching this
- Vietnamese Buddhist Monk Self Immolation (is it weird to include this? Was moving to me)
- Visually Explained: Convex Optimization probably saved me ~30h
- PyCon keynote, live coding a WebAssembly Interpreter
- The Pixel Factory and Making things with math
- ripgrep all grep any files, including pdfs!
- Syncthing Sync folders between devices. I use this for Notes, Music, Books. It works great. It's p2p too and is extremely fast for devices on the same network.
- rclone Sync and encrypt files to cloud services, like rsync for everything. I used to use this, now I use syncthing with my VPS.
- Qubes OS an OS where every app runs in a VM, what Snowden uses
Other than my book reviews I thought I'd link to meta-book lists
- 3b1b Book Recommendations
- Derek Sivers Books (inspired my book reviews, though he reads more and has notes too!)
- MathBlog Best Math Books
- Becoming Stronger Lots of math book reviews, and an inspiring story
- Wright's law Better than Moore's law
- The Phineas Fisher papers 1 2 3. Real world blackhat hacking examples
- 500 Miles one of the funniest bugs ever
- losslandscape - From Flatland to the Trillion dimensional space
- Spurious Correlations silly correlations, a great illustration of correlation != causation
- RNG party tricks you can do some nifty things with RNG math