I've forked golang.org/x/net/http2 to provide a toy example of HTTP/2 Server Push.
Using Google Cloud Platform's Nearline storage for cheap Linux backups.
YouTube embed codes by default contain related videos, some people may not want to display related videos.
Using git and the push to deploy model, build a blog that has multiple remotes, one for version control, the other to a production server, and create a git hook that atomically rebuilds the blog on push for hosting of the content.
Check out the recently released RFC on TCP Fast Open, a spec that allows most TCP connections to send data during the initial SYN packet - reducing the initial round trips required from 2 to 1. Excellent for HTTPS connections.
An artisan, home made, hand crafted kernel, runs faster, feels smoother and sounds better. It's a learning experience that brings us back to our roots - let's build a kernel like our grandmothers used to make. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the smooth sounds of a compiling kernel.