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What are the most indispensable books for indie hackers?

What are the most indispensable books for indie hackers?

I asked over a dozen indie hackers for the one book they each find indispensable to bootstrapping a successful business. Check out their answers below. Ernest Hemingway On Writing by Larry W. Phillips 📕 Recommended by 👤 Tyler Tringas, the founder of Storemapper ($21,000/mo) and Earnest Capital This is an odd one but I've found…
Google Books adds new experimental features that you can test right now

Google Books adds new experimental features that you can test right now

You can now opt-in to test experimental Google Books features on the web, allowing you to try out new features while they’re still under development and yet to be widely released. You can opt into the new features by going to play.google.com/books and clicking the settings cog on the top right of the screen. Within…

Most books published in the US before 1964 are in the public domain

"Fun facts" are, sadly, often less than fun. But here's a genuinely fun fact: most books published in the US before 1964 are in the public domain! Back then, you had to send in a form to get a second 28-year copyright term, and most people didn't bother. This is how Project Gutenberg is able…
How to Share Books and Movies Through Amazon Household

How to Share Books and Movies Through Amazon Household

Amazon’s first step in its plan for world domination seems to be making sure that every single person alive is a shopper with an Amazon Prime account. But if you live with a partner or roommate and you're both separately paying for Prime, you're just wasting money. There’s a simple way to make your Prime…
7 books to pick up to catch up on the story of Apollo 11

7 books to pick up to catch up on the story of Apollo 11

The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing is upon us, and in that time, there has been plenty of ink spilled about the implications, technical specifications, individuals, and historical significance of the mission. As with any big anniversary, publishers have seized the moment to release an entire library’s worth of new material about…
8 Essential Books in the Queer Comics Canon

8 Essential Books in the Queer Comics Canon

More than a decade ago, when Batwoman was reimagined as a gay character, it was a big deal. She was a woman in comics who dated and danced with other women, experienced heartbreak, and went through many of the mundanities of relationships that queer people aren't often afforded in mainstream media. Katherine "Kate" Kane was…
How I Consume Books

How I Consume Books

Books are one of the important sources of my knowledge. They help me become a better version of myself. Over the years the way I consume the books has changed a lot. A book is a gateway to knowledge. My aim is to acquire that knowledge, and hopefully use it in my life. That’s how…
Hitting the Books: We won’t colonize space without a Weyland-Yutani – Engadget

Hitting the Books: We won’t colonize space without a Weyland-Yutani – Engadget

Space 2.0: How Private Spaceflight, a Resurgent NASA, and International Partners are Creating a New Space Ageby Rod PyleIt's been nearly six decades since Yuri Gagarin made humanity's first foray into space. In that time, we've landed on the moon, set rovers loose on Mars and flung probes to the edge of the solar system.…

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Vathys (YC W18) Is Hiring a Packaging Engineer/Nanofabrication Engineer

Vathys (YC W18) Is Hiring a Packaging Engineer/Nanofabrication Engineer 27 minutes ago | hide Vathys is hiring a packaging engineer to develop our 3D integration flow for a novel processor that co-designs architecture and 3D integration to deliver unprecedented performance for machine learning workloads. You will be in charge of developing the 3D packaging flow…

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