Hey! This is the third issue of my automated and curated newsletter Metadigest. Its goal is to collect the best tech articles with an efficient algorithm. I then curate these results to ensure their quality and deliver them to you.
A colorful case study of Airbnb's UI in the form of a comic.
Thought-provoking insights into social media culture and how people perceive each other through the web.
A hotel manager in Japan is finding new ways to make his business stand out.
How a cunning woman made billions tricking people into buying her fake cryptocurrency.
An essay on what makes smart people geniuses.
A website explaining why and how we should stop selling our privacy to the Facebook monopoly.
The data of more than a billion people was exposed on a public web server.
Here is a list of 22 short, video lessons aimed for absolute beginners and non-programmers to learn mobile software development from scratch.
An in-depth course to learn more about how you can use the AWS ecosystem.
Adaptive Loading is a pattern for delivering a fast core experience to all users (including low-end devices) where you progressively add high-end-only features, if a user's network and hardware can handle it
Watching a live stream of someone programming is a great way to improve your programming skills. Here are 10 live programming channels worth watching.
How you can optimize your learning process as you delve into software programming.
As part of a series of restrictive measures against tech, Russia is now forcing tech products to use Russian software.
Sacha Baron Cohen tore into Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook over hate speech, violence, and political lies
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen slammed Facebook and Zuckerberg this week and accused them of spreading hate speech and misinformation.
An overview of how Shopify has developed a multi-layered system for its developers to work together.
AI was used to rate the accessibility of millions of webpages and a vast majority failed to succeed.
A cute tamagotchi game with clean illustrations.
A browser extension to hide social metrics similar to likes. It's goal is to make us less dependent on the social affection or response of others.
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