🐐Goat Simulator, 🍏 Apple Archive, and more

It’s Memon Mondays!

This newsletter is my experiment to share all the cool things I find during the week and share them with my like-minded friends. Let’s get started.



Do you notice how our brain stores information better when paired with visual location? Nototo is a note-taking app but on a map. I am definitely going to give this one a try.

The Unofficial Apple Archive β€” documenting Apple’s history, little known facts and unsung heroes.



Reverse Engineering Course β€” Course to teach how to reverse engineer x64 Windows. Covering basics of binaries, reverse a DLL and implement it into our own program, reverse some malware, then look at some realistic situations.

This brave soul is porting X11 desktop system to iOS (jailbroken). Effectively bringing Linux to iOS!

Clean Code JavaScript β€” A guide to producing readable, reusable, and refactorable software in JavaScript.

You probably already know this: I made a little iOS app to run OCR on all photos on the phone and make them searchable. It also got featured on HN.



Have you played Goat Simulator? You (a goat), are free to explore the game's open world and jump, run, bash things, and lick objects. The map is packed with tons of jokes and bugs that should be seen rather than talked about. FYI, it’s free this January on Playstation Plus!

That’s it folks! Were the links any useful? You can share your feedback in the comments. Also inbox me if you found something cool to share!