How to generate color palettes for design systems

A guide on how to generate color palettes for design systems

Saved April 21, 2024

How to Start a Workshop or Talk

Ed Batista Stanford GSB

Saved April 2, 2024

Stainless ✨ | Generate best-in-class SDKs

With Stainless, you can deliver idiomatic SDKs while you stay focused on building the API.

Saved March 30, 2024

Why American cities are squalid

Human flourishing is seen as dirty

Saved January 17, 2024

Lucide Icons

Beautiful & consistent icon toolkit made by the community.

Saved January 15, 2024

LangChain AI Handbook | Pinecone

The handbook to the LangChain library for building applications around generative AI and large language models (LLMs).

Saved January 7, 2024

How to segment texts for embeddings?

Use LangChain and LLamaIndex to segment text for embeddings

Saved January 5, 2024

New and improved embedding model

We are excited to announce a new embedding model which is significantly more capable, cost effective, and simpler to use.

Saved January 5, 2024

Getting Started with Mixtral 8X7B | Pinecone

Mixtral 8X7B is Mistral AI's new state-of-the-art LLM. Using a Mixture of Experts (MoE) architecture the LLM is able to exceed GPT-3.5 performance at a fraction of the computational cost. Here we learn how to deploy Mixtral as an AI Agent.

Saved January 5, 2024

LLaMA RAG Code Example

Saved January 4, 2024

Adept: Useful General Intelligence

Adept is an ML research and product lab building general intelligence by enabling humans and computers to work together creatively.

Saved December 17, 2023


Access to multiple isolates. Latest version: 4.6.0, last published: 5 months ago. Start using isolated-vm in your project by running `npm i isolated-vm`. There are 62 other projects in the npm registry using isolated-vm.

Saved December 14, 2023

Hono Web Framework

Ultrafast web framework for Cloudflare Workers, Fastly Compute, Deno, Bun, Vercel, Lagon, Node.js, and others. Fast, but not only fast.

Saved December 11, 2023

Revisiting borderless payments

What’s old is new again. By Gaby Goldberg & Bridget Harris

Saved December 6, 2023

How a Suspected Indian Murder-for-Hire Plot on U.S. Soil Was Foiled

After a murder in Canada, a sting operation, prompted by an explosive tip through an unexpected channel, rushed to prevent another killing.

Saved December 2, 2023

What is retrieval-augmented generation? | IBM Research Blog

RAG is an AI framework for retrieving facts to ground LLMs on the most accurate information and to give users insight into AI’s decisionmaking process.

Saved December 1, 2023

Webhook security: a hands-on guide — PlanetScale

Learn what went into building PlanetScale webhooks from a security perspective. This article covers SSRF, webhook validation, DDoS, and more.

Saved November 21, 2023

Cache busting in Node.js dynamic ESM imports

Notes: Fuckin A.

Saved November 3, 2023

Founder Vesting

Conventions around vesting for founders and early employees who receive big chunks of equity (eg more than ~5% of fully diluted shares outstanding) need to be updated. Founders are normally subject to traditional vesting cycles: monthly over four years with a one-year cliff. There are many reasons why founders like this, namely that they have…

Saved November 1, 2023

Tim Berners-Lee: The next Web of open, linked data 20 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. For his next project, he's building a web for open, linked data that could do f...

Saved October 30, 2023

FOAF Vocabulary Specification

The FOAF project is based around the use of machine readable Web homepages for people, groups, companies and other kinds of thing. To achieve this we use the "FOAF vocabulary" to provide a collection of basic terms that can be used in these Web pages.

Saved October 30, 2023

Interoperable Serendipity

If you had asked my thoughts on interoperability some years ago, I wouldn't have had much to say. Nowadays, it has become one of my most revered ideals. And today, I want to take you along for a journey towards its summum: Interoperable Serendipity.

Saved October 30, 2023

What is JSON-LD?

A short introduction to JSON-LD for Web developers, designers, and hobbyists. It covers how to express basic Linked Data in JSON. If you have any questions,...

Saved October 30, 2023

What is Linked Data?

A short non-technical introduction to Linked Data, Google's Knowledge Graph, and Facebook's Open Graph Protocol. If you have any questions, hit me up on Twit...

Saved October 30, 2023

Linked data - Wikipedia

In computing, linked data is structured data which is interlinked with other data so it becomes more useful through semantic queries. It builds upon standard Web technologies such as HTTP, RDF and URIs, but rather than using them to serve web pages only for human readers, it extends them to share information in a way that can be read automatically by computers.

Saved October 29, 2023

RDF Overview

Resource description framework

Saved October 29, 2023

Node VM

JS execution environments

Saved October 29, 2023


Distribute npm packages through your own private package registry

Saved October 29, 2023

Solid Spec GitHub

Where to find the spec in markdown format

Notes: Surprisingly difficult to find this amongst all of the repos, documents and websites

Saved October 26, 2023

Web Platform Design Principles

This document contains a set of design principles to be used when designing web platform technologies.

Saved October 26, 2023

Nile Database

Serverless Postgres for modern SaaS

Saved October 25, 2023

The Essential Skills for Being Human

The real process of, say, building a friendship or creating a community involves performing a series of small, concrete actions well: being curious about other people; disagreeing without poisoning relationships; revealing vulnerability at an appropriate pace; being a good listener; knowing how to ask for and offer forgiveness; knowing how to host a gathering where everyone feels embraced; knowing how to see things from another’s point of view.

Saved October 20, 2023

The Design System Ecosystem | Big Medium

Brad Frost explores the landscape of a mature, end-to-end design system for big, complex organizations. Discover all the moving pieces and how they hang together.

Saved October 16, 2023

AB Testing on Node

How I approached solving AB testing on a node server; starting small and making it flexible.

Saved September 24, 2023

Audio files of 20th-century period classical music

Wikimedia Commons songs

Saved September 18, 2023

Some notes on Local-First Development

I see “local-first” as shifting reads and writes to an embedded database in each client via“sync engines” that facilitate data exchange between clients and servers.

Notes: bleeding-edge, contradicts API approach

Saved September 12, 2023

Create a webhook, schedule a task, forward emails, deploy in seconds. Everything in a simple web based editor.

Saved September 11, 2023

Observable Plot

The JavaScript library for exploratory data visualization

Saved September 11, 2023

Parisians Are Pledging Allegiance to the ‘Republic of Super Neighbors.’ They Must Bring Cheese.

A grass-roots movement aims to recast urban living in Paris and other cities around the world through a hyperlocal prism of neighborliness.

Notes: Interesting ideas to foster local community

Saved September 4, 2023

Big Farms and Flawless Fries Are Gulping Water in the Land of 10,000 Lakes

When Minnesota farmers cranked up their powerful wells, they blew through state limits. Thirsty crops included corn, soybeans and perfect, fry-friendly potatoes.

Saved September 3, 2023

In Praise of Heroic Masculinity

Teach boys that strength can be a virtue.

Notes: disable js to read

Saved August 31, 2023

America Is Using Up Its Groundwater Like There’s No Tomorrow

Unchecked overuse is draining and damaging aquifers nationwide, a data investigation by the New York Times revealed, threatening millions of people and America’s status as a food superpower.

Notes: Hydroponics

Saved August 29, 2023

The Silicon Valley Elite Who Want to Build a City From Scratch

A mysterious company has spent $800 million in an effort to buy thousands of acres of San Francisco Bay Area land. The people behind the deals are said to be a who’s who of the tech industry.

Notes: I hate this

Saved August 25, 2023

NJ Farmland Assessment Overview

The New Jersey Farmland Assessment Act of 1964 permits farmland and woodland acres that are actively devoted to an agricultural or horticultural use to be assessed at their productivity value.

Notes: Tax qualification for NJ farms

Saved August 25, 2023

Nutrient Film Technique in Hydroponic Gardens

Learn how to use the simple and easy nutrient film technique in your gravity-fed hydroponics garden system with this helpful guide.

Saved August 25, 2023

Improving Medellin: Sergio Fajardo Valderrama

Sergio Fajardo discusses the role of transparency and planning in the transformation of Medellín, Colombia. Elected as an independent, he began his tenure without previous negotiation with political elites, which allowed him to escape the tradition of patronage and clientelism.

Saved August 23, 2023

Replacing a Cornice | RAND Engineering Architecture, DPC

Keeping the cornice in sound condition is paramount to preserving the architectural qualities and historical character of their properties.

Notes: New buildings don’t look as good as old buildings. Cornices may contribute to that. (TIL “cornice”)

Saved August 14, 2023

Paul Graham on Ambition, Art, and Evaluating Talent

Tyler and Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham sat down to discuss whether young founders have gotten rarer, whether he still takes a dim view of solo founders, how to 2x ambition and more.

Saved August 14, 2023

Tamagui — React Native + Web UI kit

Write less, run faster. Styles, optimizing compiler & UI kit that unify React Native + Web.

Saved August 14, 2023

The Clean Energy Future Is Arriving Faster Than You Think

The United States is pivoting away from fossil fuels and toward wind, solar and other renewable energy, even in areas dominated by the oil and gas industries.

Saved August 13, 2023

Hey, America, Grow Up!

Maturity, victimization, and building a stronger mindset about yourself.

Notes: Teens should read this

Saved August 11, 2023

Networks, Crowds, and Markets: Reasoning about a Highly Connected World

Amazing resource about networks and network science.

Saved August 9, 2023

Hydroponics - Oklahoma State

Overview of hydroponics and hydroponic systems.

Notes: Could be an interesting strategy for growing large quantities of food in cities that are food deserts.

Saved August 9, 2023

Scenes From a City That Only Hands Out Tickets for Using Fentanyl

Oregon’s experiment to curb overdoses by decriminalizing small amounts of illicit drugs is in its third year, and life has changed for most everyone in the city of Portland.

Saved August 8, 2023

Homeless Camps Are Being Cleared in California. What Happens Next?

One of the state’s largest homeless encampments was recently shut down in Oakland, but that didn’t stop the problem of homelessness.

Saved August 8, 2023

Fighting for Anthony: The Struggle to Save Portland, Oregon

The city has long grappled with street homelessness and a shortage of housing. Now fentanyl has turned a perennial problem into a deadly crisis and a challenge to the city’s progressive identity.

Saved August 8, 2023

The Life and Death of American Cities

Richard Ravitch showed other leaders the right ways to step up and work to save their cities.

Saved August 8, 2023

Surgeon General: We Have Become a Lonely Nation. It’s Time to Fix That.

I have a plan to rebuild social connection and foster healthy relationships.

Saved August 8, 2023

‘The Bear’ and the Need for a Place to Belong

The powerful moral message of FX's hit show.

Saved August 8, 2023

How a Vast Demographic Shift Will Reshape the World

The most powerful countries have benefited from large work forces for decades. What happens when they retire?

Saved August 8, 2023

Where Are the Big Ideas for New York City?

The resurrection of the greatest city in the world requires grit and ingenuity.

Saved August 8, 2023

19 Tactics to Solve the Chicken-or-Egg Problem and Grow Your Marketplace

An inside look at 19 tactics top marketplaces have used to solve the chicken-or-egg problem and kickstart growth.

Saved August 8, 2023