I read, a lot, and I often read interesting things that I tend to bookmark for various reasons. I want to get back to it, write an article about it, etc. Given the vast amount of information I read, my ability to find things interesting and worthy of comment vastly outweighs my ability to do anything with the information. Partly, to give myself a better place to organize the information, and partly out of the hope that someone else finds it interesting or comment-worthy, I’m going to start regularly posting a list of links I found interesting.
Interesting questions to ask companies/employees you are interviewing with: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17908547
The Holloway guide to equity compensation: https://www.holloway.com/g/equity-compensation
Compilation of 100+ 3D graphics academic papers: https://rivten.github.io/2018/08/03/graphics-article-list.html
Why investing in poor neighborhoods is a better deal than investing in rich neighborhoods: https://www.strongtowns.org/journal/2018/9/5/but-rich-people-live-here-so-we-cant-be-going-broke
Renewing America’s economic promise through older industrial cities: https://www.brookings.edu/research/older-industrial-cities/amp/
How to make your own sourdough bread: https://github.com/hendricius/the-bread-code/blob/master/basics/sourdough.md