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#237 – June 02, 2023

How Much Are GitHub Stars Worth to You?

Exposing the dark side of GitHub and open source projects.

Big Tech’s Biggest Bets (Or What It Takes to Build a Billion User Platform)

Meta’s Reality Labs losses may be eye-watering, but such investments aren’t rare - and they’re looking increasingly essential to building (or disrupting) a billion user platform.

Apple's MR headset tipped to have dual 4K displays with an eye-popping 4,000ppi

If you thought your MacBook Pro has an incredible screen, wait until you try on Apple’s mixed-reality headset for the first time. According to a new rumor, the headset will have an expansive display that puts a crystal-clear 4K screen in front of each eye.

These tiny, medical robots could one day travel through your body

CU Boulder engineers have designed a new class of "microrobots" several times smaller than the width of a human hair that may be able to treat human illnesses like interstitial cystitis—a painful bladder disease that affects millions of Americans.


Paragraphica is a context-to-image camera that uses location data and artificial intelligence to visualize a "photo" of a specific place and moment. The camera exists both as a physical prototype and a virtual camera that you can try.