edit: For downvoters, the author has the 'development mode' package still in the project which allows you full read/write to the database without any credentials from the web console. All that is necessary is for someone to guess the name of one of the collections.
That being said, Telescope's pagination is reflected in the URL. So if you page 4 times and you refresh the page, you won't lose your place.
His recent post on the $5 logo got a lot of traction:
Either way, I saw some interesting links there. Thanks and best of luck!
A bit of feedback—Unfortunately, it appears that the site is continuously loading. I'm sure its because you're on the front page.
Also, having the user manually add callbacks for Twitter seems odd.
I did a few fixes that should enable the loading of the site. Wasn't expecting 10K+ page views in a few hours. I will look into the Twitter issue.
Thanks for the feedback!
That does sound very odd. Can you describe the problem? When did that happen?
It might be a good idea to add something similar, just an idea.
Essays (any) - Paul Graham
I personally enjoyed "I'm Feeling Lucky: The Confessions of Google Employee Number 59" by Douglas Edwards as well.
Other than that I'd be super interested in your site :)
Second: IMHO, I really do think this suffers from being a single page app. It's essentially an HN clone. Would HN be better if it was a single page app? No, it would probably be worse.
That being said, there are also advantages: for example, once the initial load is done, the next page loads are pretty much instant.
In any case, I'm hoping that Meteor eventually implements server-side template rendering. When that happens, Meteor apps like Telescope will in theory benefit from the advantages of both static and single-page apps.
What did you use to build site?
There are a few more examples here: https://www.meteor.com/gallery (although that page seems a little out of date)