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It seems impossible to spend a day without bad news about net neutrality and online privacy. This wee
 

The Aspiring Nerd

March 31 · Issue #2 · View online
(Mostly) weekly curated articles at the crossroads of web marketing, development and technology.

It seems impossible to spend a day without bad news about net neutrality and online privacy. This week’s highlight is the US House of Representatives passing a resolution rolling back FCC privacy regulations, thus allowing ISPs to sell your browsing history without your consent.

Around the web
💸 For sale: Your private browsing history
☠️ Inside the Hunt for Russia's Most Notorious Hacker
👩🏼‍💻 ‘Who shared it?’ How Americans decide what news to trust on social media
💻 This morning, I became a founding member of Medium.
Technology
🔩 Google Optimize A/B testing tool for websites launches out of beta globally
🌎 Silicon Valley is no longer #1 for talent says huge global startup report
🤖 Index of Best AI/Machine Learning Resources
📓 The 10 GitHub repos new developers mention the most
🌀 Curl, 19 years ago
Web development
🔍 The Details That Matter
📚 Best Practices for Modals / Overlays / Dialog Windows
👴🏼 Modern JavaScript for Ancient Web Developers
💻 Marko vs React: An In-depth Look
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