Interrupt #9 - No passwords, AirBnB, Telegram Premium, Spacedrive, pyscript
Interrupt is a weekly newsletter compiled from the most interesting things I have come across this week. Sometimes along with my original writing or commentary.
Big News and Happenings
Forget passwords. Apple, Google and Microsoft say you won’t need them at all in the future — www.euronews.com Forgetting your password will become a thing of the past, the tech giants say. Just don't lose your phone.
China’s National Space Administration has a new plan for a potential test mission to redirect an asteroid would launch around 2025.
Twitter has accepted Elon Musk’s $43 billion bid to purchase the company and Musk is rumored to be the temporary CEO.
Co-Founder and CEO Brian Chesky shared the design for living and working anywhere. And it is being received very well.
Instagram is testing a feature that would offer a similar, instantly immersive experience.
TikTok Pulse is a new ad program that will include revenue share payouts to participating creators with at least 100,000 followers.
$300 million deal includes "over 50" classic games' rights, over 1,000 devs.
Telegram 'Premium' subscription seems to be near launch — 9to5google.com While there's no cost known just yet, Telegram seems to be working on a paid "Premium" subscription with exclusive stickers and more.
What I Found
Create rich Python applications in the browser using HTML’s interface.
Finite state machines for building accessible design systems and UI components.
Build beautiful scroll experiences using minimal code
Spacedrive is an open source cross-platform file explorer, powered by a virtual distributed filesystem written in Rust.
MS released source code for the original 3D Movie Maker released in 1995. This is not supported software.
What I Read
Why Jony Ive Left Apple to the ‘Accountants’ — www.nytimes.com The man who helped give the world candy-colored computers eventually walked out the door. What does that mean for the company’s next big thing?
Are we witnessing a major VC pullback? Is it temporary? What does that mean for startups? Certainly the topic du jour in startup circles. Here's what I'm seeing. IS THE PULLBACK REAL? Yes.
Why LSP? LSP (language server protocol) is fairly popular today.There’s a standard explanation of why that is the case.You probably have seen this picture before: