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Carlos Fenollosa

Carlos Fenollosa

Engineer, developer, entrepreneur

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Thoughts on science and tips for researchers who use computers

Reading list

March 21, 2012 — Carlos Fenollosa

Recently I am stumbling upon very interesting articles, the kind that take you half an hour to read but are worth every spent second. If you're like me, they are the perfect reads for those times when the computer is compiling, running unit tests or waiting for the jobs to finish.

Initially, I wanted to write a short review of each and post it here, but that might not be very appropriate, as I don't want to convert this blog into a tumblr-like site, with random content. However, I use a very cool service named Readability which lets you save articles for reading them later, create favorite lists and automatically provides an RSS feed of each, which makes it very convenient to use with Google Reader.

That lead me to create a favorite articles list with links to long, insightful walls of text covering topics like computing, science, startups and the internet, which I want to share with you. I curate content from sources like Reddit or Hacker news, so if you like what you read, I would recommend you to also check them out.

If you're into RSS, please subscribe to its feed, I promise not to overload you with references.

Should you want to share a link with me, feel free to drop me an email or send me a tweet. I am always on the look for insightful articles.

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