Hacker Monthly -- How Airplanes Fly
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Hacker Monthly is a print magazine version of Hacker News, a social news website wildly popular among programmers and startup founders.

This issue of Hacker Monthly features the cover story “How Airplanes Fly,” from David Anderson and Scott Eberhardt. In addition, you’ll learn "The Messy Art of UX Sketching" from Peiter Buick in the Design section. But that’s not all, also included in this issue are the following stories:

  • Why 13th Chords
  • Elevator Algorithms
  • Unfortunate Python
  • Tips for Remote Unix Work
  • And much more!

Every month, we select from the top voted articles on Hacker News and curate them in magazine format. The submission guidelines for Hacker Monthly state that content can be “anything that gratifies one’s intellectual curiosity.”


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