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from Daring Fireball Skip the Electrek summary and scroll down to the memo itself. It’s a cogent and inspiring read: Most of the design tolerances of the Model 3 are already better than any other car in the world. Soon, they will all be better. This is not enough. We will keep going until the Model 3 build precision is a factor of ten better than any other car in the world. I am not kidding. Our car needs to be designed and built with such accuracy and precision that, if an owner measures dimensions, panel gaps and flushness, and their measurements don’t match the Model 3 specs, it just means that their measuring tape is wrong. Some parts suppliers will be unwilling or unable to achieve this level of precision. I understand that this will be considered an unreasonable request by some. That’s ok, there are lots of other car companies with much lower standards. They just can’t work with Tesla.  ★ 

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via Wired Top Stories http://bit.ly/2tAvpRP

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Exciting days: BPF is replacing iptables in the kernel.

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Really nice #FATML blog post on measuring bias in text embedding/word vectors. @mmitchell_ai

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Technology | The Guardian https://ift.tt/21NZQKD

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Hyper 2 + Store

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How Domino's Pizza Drove a 90x Increase in Stock Value by Acting Like a Tech Startup, Startups can learn some of the most valuable lessons on product and marketing from the growth of the world’s biggest pizza chain. The story of Domino’s Pizza is…, via Instapaper

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Favorite tweet: Whois is dead as Europe hands DNS overlord ICANN its arse https://t.co/ll6DnN7qs2 — The Register (@TheRegister) April 14, 2018

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trkw starred vuejs/vuepress on Github

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http://tinhouse.com/how-do-we-write-now/

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PWA.tools takes data from your site and uses that to generate cross-platform Progressive Web Apps

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new zine: profiling & tracing with perf!

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You should be able to see exactly how you spend your time and, if you wish, moderate your behaviour accordingly. We need a “scale” for our digital weight, like we have for our physical weight. Our digital consumption data could look like a calendar with our historical activity. It should be itemised like a credit-card bill, so people can easily see how much time they spend each day on email, for example, or scrolling through posts. Imagine it’s like a health app which tracks metrics such as step count, heart rate and sleep quality. With this usage information, people could then set their own targets – like they might have a goal for steps to walk each day. Apple could also let users set their device to a “listen-only” or “read-only” mode, without having to crawl through a settings menu, so that you can enjoy reading an e-book without a constant buzz of notifications.

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> Besides it being one of the top condiments used in today's lineup, mustard was built using common design trends and standards. It's separated out into SCSS modules to give you a great starting point for any new web project. Neat

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Broadband advisor picked by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai arrested on fraud charges

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