Definitely. An algorithm of the day would be nice.
The morning paper by Adrian Coyler
Edit: they do have a RSS feed and other ways to get a daily theorem from their Resources page 
 [ http://www.theoremoftheday.org/Resources/Resources.htm ]
Though are you getting the full pdf's? I'm using Sage and a lot are linking to PDF's with "A newer version of this theorem description is now being hosted at:
Also some are linking just to the home page. I'm wondering if this is just me or you're getting the same.
My apologies. I should have checked that the RSS is returning valid links.
Background of Tau:
And a nice animation of Tau:
Established conventions should only be changed when there's a clear need to do so. Inventing a redundant constant does little other than add additional cognitive load. It's not like the tau advocates can break backwards compatibility -- there's too much literature that uses pi. The result is that everyone must now remember both pi and tau.
Assuming (generously) a 100k visitors at half a megabyte per visitor, a top HN placement will only cost a few dollars in bandwidth.
Also the 2016 version for increasingly large amount of software - when in doubt, empty cache and hard reload page.