[Noisebridge-discuss] what's on your hacker feed?

Adrian Chadd adrian.chadd at gmail.com
Tue Apr 8 22:30:30 UTC 2014


This is kind of pedantic, but:

As a kernel developer, I just hack on kernel code all day, subscribe
to the freebsd/linux mailing lists and read them; I read the usenix
paper archive and conference proceedings, and I generally obey the
"shut up and code already" mantra.


-a


On 8 April 2014 12:15, Praveen Sinha <dmhomee at gmail.com> wrote:
> To me, the biggest challenge and also the most exciting part about being a
> hacker is staying up to date with shit:  getting plugged into the right mix
> of theory and hands on.  I'd love it if people out there would share their
> casual science / tech feeds or journals.  Whether it's on twitter or
> blogosphere or fuck even if it's behind an academic paywall.
>
> Here's some of mine from my twitter feed just to get started:
>
> @techreview  MIT tech review
> @EurekAlertAAAS  Eurekalert is a GREAT science discovery feed
> @Medgadget  biomedical device news
> @hyperallergic  nyc based art blog
>
>
>
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