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All right kids, #happy February!

Microsoft announces open source Git Virtual File System. This makes me really excited. In college I helped work on a Git based filesystem, and we never got it quite right. Google has something like this, and I loved using it. Excited for the day when I can just mount all of github.

Time looks like a neat app. I don't have an iPhone, but young people made it, and it looks slick.

Y Combinator welcomes ACLU is weird, but I guess it's one way to solve ACLU's "what do we do with all this money" problem.

A friend posted The Egg on Facebook. I'm surprised I had never read it before, it's quite good.

I love when people write up how easy Let's Encrypt is, and @ifosteve has done just that: Setup Let's Encrypt with NGINX.

2017 is a Cyberpunk Dystopia.

GitLab.com Database Incident is a fascinating read for software engineers.

I've always enjoyed @yonatanzunger. His rants at Google were quite famous. His newest post on Medium, Trial Balloon for a Coup? is quite good as well.

I love @ifixit, and I'm super excited they are celebrating 10 Years of iPhone.

A magical machine learning art tool is a neat read by @b0rk.

That's all for this week! Have a good one.

/Nat

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So, I'm home sick with the flu (or something that looks like it at least...), and even with that, I still can't get a #happy post out on time. But that being said, here's a week's worth of links that I enjoyed.

I've been consistently failing to write these #happy posts. My excuses are long and varied, but none of them are good. Nor did their outcome compensate for the happiness these posts bring me. I'm starting a timer today while writing this. Just to prove to myself how long these take to write. So then, maybe I'll get back to my weekly schedule.