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1. 8days2935up2[hidden]shawn:> The wind whooshes in from the open window. Suddenly, a macabre ghost slips th...
2. 17days2928up2[hidden]new_customer:So, is Shawn on Mastodon?
3. 17days2929up2[hidden]new_customer:> Here's a useful list if you're thinking of joining:
4. 22days2907up2[hidden]MobileFodder:> blog.gpt4.org Host Error normal? Also, is shawn into crypto? Just wondering sinc...
5. 36days2903up2[hidden]misdirection:> I vote for putting everything in a chronological super-hierarchy - with lots of ...
6. 38days2888up2[hidden]misdirection:> This is quest i am also on. My basic plan atm is to migrate to linux/bsd and als...
7. 39days2897up2[hidden]austingil:Edit Someone Else's Website: contenteditable & designMode
8. 40days230up14[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
9. 40days255up2[hidden]JungleCat:> A link under the comment textarea to explain the markup.
10. 40days378up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I probably should've read the guidelines first. Just jumped in. I noticed the re...
11. 46days2801up2[hidden]curiositry: Intentional Computing: How to Use Tech, Without Being Used By It
12. 48days2868up2[hidden]austingil:Under-Engineered Productivity Over-Engineered Distractions
13. 48days2850up2[hidden]enkiv2:Fandom's Two Cultures (and Third Wheel)
14. 48days2853up2[hidden]TGm380:Reflections on the Internet: What It Should Be and Why
15. 48days2799up2[hidden]TGm380:Eleven Steps to Empowering Yourself on Line
16. 52days748up4[hidden]lettergram:> Auto fill for the tags when I'm creating. I recommend something like the select2...
17. 58days2845up2[hidden]austingil:TIL: You Can Access A User's Camera with Just HTML
18. 60days2863up2[hidden]MobileFodder:> Hey Listen to this(not that i expect a Response): All this crypto mumbo jumbo re...
19. 63days2857up2[hidden]new_customer:> Note to self: another suspicious site plagued by junk post newb accounts.
20. 63days2856up2[hidden]hanrydavies:NFT Marketplace Development - Create NFT Platform Instantly
21. 83days2798up3[hidden]teiresias:Brev: a Maximalist Lisp Derived from Scheme
22. 86days230up13[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
23. 91days2803up2[hidden]TGm380:TLS Certificate System More About Control than Protection of Internet Users
24. 110days2791up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:'Bees are really highly intelligent': the insect IQ tests causing a buzz ...
25. 110days2792up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Linear Frog
26. 110days2798up2[hidden]teiresias:Brev: a Maximalist Lisp Derived from Scheme
27. 110days2797up2[hidden]teiresias:Extended attributes: the good, the not so good, the bad.
28. 166days2784up3[hidden]TGm380:The Importance of Truly Owning Our Devices
29. 174days2784up2[hidden]TGm380:The Importance of Truly Owning Our Devices
30. 174days2779up5[hidden]TGm380:After Being Banned from More than Ten Social Media Sites, I Decided to Create My Own
31. 180days2779up4[hidden]TGm380:After Being Banned from More than Ten Social Media Sites, I Decided to Create My Own
32. 180days2783up2[hidden]curiositry:How To Win The Internet
33. 181days2777up3[hidden]curiositry:What Game Are You Playing?
34. 181days2778up4[hidden]TGm380:Microsoft's Use of Pluton Suggests It Sees PC Owners as the Enemy
35. 184days2781up2[hidden]xojoc:Rash of parts thefts is leaving Freightliner trucks inoperable
36. 184days2780up2[hidden]xojoc:Why the government took home prices out of its main inflation index
37. 186days2779up3[hidden]TGm380:After Being Banned from More than Ten Social Media Sites, I Decided to Create My Own
38. 187days2779up2[hidden]TGm380:After Being Banned from More than Ten Social Media Sites, I Decided to Create My Own
39. 197days2778up3[hidden]TGm380:Microsoft's Use of Pluton Suggests It Sees PC Owners as the Enemy
40. 199days2776up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Rowing Across the Atlantic Ocean; My Experience
41. 199days2774up2[hidden]TGm380:We are not Adults Just Because We Say So
42. 199days2773up3[hidden]TGm380:Installing and Configuring Nginx on a Linux Home Web Server
43. 199days2775up3[hidden]marat_or:Deep Neural Networks to Detect Weeds from Crops
44. 199days2777up2[hidden]curiositry:What Game Are You Playing?
45. 199days2778up2[hidden]TGm380:Microsoft's Use of Pluton Suggests It Sees PC Owners as the Enemy
46. 199days2776up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Rowing Across the Atlantic Ocean; My Experience
47. 210days2775up2[hidden]marat_or:Deep Neural Networks to Detect Weeds from Crops
48. 210days2773up2[hidden]TGm380:Installing and Configuring Nginx on a Linux Home Web Server
49. 217days2770up3[hidden]new_customer:Old(& new) Retro MSX/FM Harmonies[JS/Emscripten]
50. 217days2770up2[hidden]new_customer:Old(& new) Retro MSX/FM Harmonies[JS/Emscripten]
51. 229days2763up2[hidden]TGm380:A Brief Review of Kodachi Linux
52. 229days2765up2[hidden]TGm380:First Impressions of the Yggdrasil Peer-to-Peer Network
53. 229days2767up2[hidden]xojoc:Quaise Energy - Unlocking the true power of clean geothermal energy
54. 236days2764up2[hidden]xojoc:IPCC report: The evidence is clear: the time for action is now
55. 249days2762up2[hidden]TGm380:Remembering Mrs. Ford
56. 249days2761up2[hidden]TGm380:The New Internet We can Expect, Not the One We Want
57. 256days2760up2[hidden]TGm380:A Brief Review of the qTox Peer-to-Peer Chat Program
58. 263days2759up2[hidden]xojoc:The Anti-Social Primer
59. 263days2758up3[hidden]theDillinger:Passwords, Fertility Rates & The Ruble
60. 264days2758up2[hidden]theDillinger:Passwords, Fertility Rates & The Ruble
61. 264days2754up3[hidden]thisisseb:Clean & simple color picker for web designers
62. 264days2755up2[hidden]shawn:> I was shocked how good this is. Then I noticed how great the rest of the site is...
63. 268days2747up6[hidden]TGm380:Five Personal Blogs to Read on a Cold Winter's Night
64. 269days2754up2[hidden]thisisseb:Clean & simple color picker for web designers
65. 269days2753up2[hidden]samber:A Lodash-style Go library based on Go 1.18+ Generics (map, filter, contains...)
66. 269days2737up3[hidden]xojoc:Magical Music Theory References for Musicians & Music Producers
67. 269days2747up5[hidden]TGm380:Five Personal Blogs to Read on a Cold Winter's Night
68. 272days2751up4[hidden]TGm380:First Impressions of the Freenet Network
69. 272days2747up4[hidden]TGm380:Five Personal Blogs to Read on a Cold Winter's Night
70. 272days2751up3[hidden]TGm380:First Impressions of the Freenet Network
71. 272days805up3[hidden]shawn:> Hmm. Is FreeBSD finding it difficult to attract companies willing to use it? F...
72. 274days2751up2[hidden]TGm380:First Impressions of the Freenet Network
73. 274days2742up3[hidden]xojoc:Coil - Web Monetization provider
74. 278days2747up3[hidden]TGm380:Five Personal Blogs to Read on a Cold Winter's Night
75. 278days2748up2[hidden]xojoc:Bobbele
76. 281days2744up4[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:A static wiki-like site via forms, email, and local scripts
77. 281days2745up2[hidden]TGm380:Moving Up from a Raspberry Pi Web Server to a Low-Cost, Low-Power x86 Web Server
78. 281days2746up2[hidden]TGm380:Imprisoned for Your Safety
79. 281days2747up2[hidden]TGm380:Five Personal Blogs to Read on a Cold Winter's Night
80. 290days2238up6[hidden]e47cbac098b31f:75% of engineer coworkers quit this week; what to do?
81. 291days2739up4[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Payment Dance
82. 291days2744up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:A static wiki-like site via forms, email, and local scripts
83. 291days2743up3[hidden]xojoc:Gail.com
84. 292days2744up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:A static wiki-like site via forms, email, and local scripts
85. 292days2743up2[hidden]xojoc:Gail.com
86. 293days2742up2[hidden]xojoc:Coil - Web Monetization provider
87. 294days2741up2[hidden]ildaron_ron:Brain-Computer-Interface controlled robot via RaspberryPi and PiEEG
88. 297days2738up3[hidden]TGm380:Designing Devices for Long-Term Care and Reuse
89. 297days2740up2[hidden]xojoc:RustAudio/cpal: Cross-platform audio I/O library in pure Rust
90. 297days2739up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Payment Dance
91. 297days2693up3[hidden]rain1:Benkay86/nom-tutorial: Tutorial for parsing with nom 5.
92. 297days2738up2[hidden]TGm380:Designing Devices for Long-Term Care and Reuse
93. 297days2739up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Payment Dance
94. 298days2737up2[hidden]xojoc:Magical Music Theory References for Musicians & Music Producers
95. 298days2736up2[hidden]xojoc:Pathbird - interactive courses
96. 300days2730up2[hidden]shawn:> https://archive.is/dtU5n
97. 304days2732up4[hidden]TGm380:The Old Internet Shows Signs of Quietly Coming Back
98. 306days2732up3[hidden]TGm380:The Old Internet Shows Signs of Quietly Coming Back
99. 308days2732up2[hidden]TGm380:The Old Internet Shows Signs of Quietly Coming Back
100. 317days2715up2[hidden]xojoc:An appeal to the WHATWG (2018)
101. 317days2519up2[hidden]posix:> Ug the acer ferrari, it was accidentally like a real ferrari: Acer was probabl...
102. 317days2718up2[hidden]xojoc:Dealing With Financial Fraud by Denying It (2010)
103. 317days2716up2[hidden]xojoc:Jevons paradox
104. 317days2717up2[hidden]xojoc:Lan­guage-ori­ent­ed Pro­gram­ming in Rack­et
105. 317days2719up4[hidden]anter:vgpu_unlock: Unlock vGPU functionality for consumer grade GPUs
106. 317days1882up2[hidden]emily:Part 0 | Under-the-hood-ReactJS
107. 317days2719up3[hidden]anter:vgpu_unlock: Unlock vGPU functionality for consumer grade GPUs
108. 318days2719up2[hidden]anter:vgpu_unlock: Unlock vGPU functionality for consumer grade GPUs
109. 319days2447up3[hidden]rain1:The Architecture of Open Source Applications
110. 322days2712up3[hidden]ildaron_ron:Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Brain-Computer-Interface to measure biosignals
111. 322days2712up2[hidden]ildaron_ron:Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Brain-Computer-Interface to measure biosignals
112. 323days2709up3[hidden]xojoc:Curlie - Web directory
113. 325days2709up2[hidden]xojoc:Curlie - Web directory
114. 325days2663up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Why is the volume of a sphere 4/3 pi r^3 ??
115. 325days2700up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Logically Policed — What is mathematics?
116. 325days2428up6[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:What do people want to see?
117. 325days2708up2[hidden]shawn:> I haven't updated the API docs yet, but items now export tags. And since it's 5a...
118. 325days2706up2[hidden]shawn:> A surprising oversight on my part. Let me look into it when I’m not juggling a j...
119. 325days1058up4[hidden]davidk01:Sensible Software Engineering
120. 325days2703up2[hidden]xojoc:> Thanks Shawn. For context this API is very similar to the Hacker News one:
121. 325days2705up2[hidden]xojoc:My first impressions of web3
122. 326days2680up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Conway's Magical Pen
123. 326days2701up3[hidden]stopachka:> Also wrote a post about it!
124. 326days2698up3[hidden]stopachka:Bel in Clojure
125. 326days2702up2[hidden]shawn:Laarc API
126. 327days2701up2[hidden]stopachka:> Also wrote a post about it!
127. 329days2700up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Logically Policed — What is mathematics?
128. 334days2698up2[hidden]stopachka:Bel in Clojure
129. 339days2697up2[hidden]TGm380:A Thin Client as a Very Inexpensive Low-Power Home Theater PC
130. 340days2695up3[hidden]TGm380:Some of the Newer Thin Clients are Dirt-Cheap General-Purpose Computers
131. 342days2695up2[hidden]TGm380:Some of the Newer Thin Clients are Dirt-Cheap General-Purpose Computers
132. 342days2696up2[hidden]TGm380:How to Motivate Your Employer to Want to Buy You a Better Work Computer
133. 344days2673up5[hidden]TGm380:Gopher, the competing standard to www in the '90s is still worth checking out
134. 361days2692up2[hidden]TGm380:Is techno-clutter ruining your life?
135. 361days2693up2[hidden]rain1:Benkay86/nom-tutorial: Tutorial for parsing with nom 5.
136. onNov29,20212691up2[hidden]rain1:Run-length_limited Codes
137. onNov26,20212690up2[hidden]TGm380:A Review of the 2008 Lenovo ThinkPad T500
138. onNov22,20212689up2[hidden]jicea:Hurl – Run and test HTTP requests with plain text, curl and Rust
139. onNov20,20212688up2[hidden]pkal:Rearticulating Free Software
140. onNov16,20212686up2[hidden]rain1:Easily build NodeJS projects inside a docker container
141. onOct27,20212682up2[hidden]rain1:A 16 Year History of the Git Init Command
142. onOct24,20212681up2[hidden]theabbie:Interactive Double Pendulum Playground
143. onOct24,20212680up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Conway's Magical Pen
144. onOct24,20212679up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Conway's Circle Theorem
145. onOct24,20212678up2[hidden]TGm380:Social Media Sites Undoubtedly have Shared Blacklists, and You may be on One.
146. onOct16,20212677up2[hidden]rain1:Why was Facebook down for five hours? [video]
147. onOct13,20212673up4[hidden]TGm380:Gopher, the competing standard to www in the '90s is still worth checking out
148. onOct13,20212667up2[hidden]TGm380:I have Decided to Stop Supporting My Family's Non-Linux Devices
149. onOct3,20212674up2[hidden]theabbie:NFT Marketplace on Ethereum with Polygon and Next.js
150. onOct3,20212675up2[hidden]rain1:Riesz Proves the Riesz Representation Theorem | Ex Libris
151. onOct2,20212673up3[hidden]TGm380:Gopher, the competing standard to www in the '90s is still worth checking out
152. onSept30,20212673up2[hidden]TGm380:Gopher, the competing standard to www in the '90s is still worth checking out
153. onSept30,20212671up2[hidden]TGm380:Why this Website is not, and may never be, HTTPS
154. onSept22,20212670up2[hidden]TGm380:The Consumer Router Trap
155. onSept7,20212669up2[hidden]TGm380:Peer-to-Peer Social Networks: One Solution to the Social Dilemma
156. onAug27,20212665up2[hidden]TGm380:Now You Can Probably Afford that Device You Longed for a Decade Ago
157. onAug22,20212652up3[hidden]rain1:GitHub - rossant/awesome-math: A curated list of awesome mathematics resources
158. onAug18,20212664up2[hidden]TGm380:Peer-to-peer Networks will Probably Not Soon Become Internet 3.0
159. onAug15,20212663up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Why is the volume of a sphere 4/3 pi r^3 ??
160. onAug9,20212662up2[hidden]rain1:Arminstraub.com - The "What Is...?" column
161. onAug5,20212660up2[hidden]TGm380:A Review of AntiX Linux Running on a Near-Vintage Computer
162. onAug5,20212661up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Spring Paradox
163. onAug1,20212659up2[hidden]rain1:JSON Meta Application Protocol Specification (JMAP)
164. onAug1,20212658up2[hidden]rain1:Probability of Coin Flip Subsequences
165. onJuly31,20212657up2[hidden]rain1:[YouTube] Tik Tok and dissonance do not mix
166. onJuly27,20212656up2[hidden]TGm380:A Review of OpenWRT on a Raspberry Pi 3
167. onJuly25,20212640up2[hidden]rain1:25 Gigabit Linux internet router PC build - Michael Stapelberg
168. onJuly25,20212653up2[hidden]rain1:Corrupted Blood incident
169. onJuly25,20212655up2[hidden]rain1:Bartosz Milewski's 'Category Theory for Programmers'
170. onJuly24,20212654up2[hidden]rain1:First Contact Survival Kit - learn an undocumented language from scratch
171. onJuly24,20212652up2[hidden]rain1:GitHub - rossant/awesome-math: A curated list of awesome mathematics resources
172. onJuly22,20212647up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Counting Carbon Calories
173. onJuly22,20212648up2[hidden]rain1:[youtube] Thoth's Pill - an Animated History of Writing
174. onJuly22,20212649up2[hidden]rain1:A New Record in Self-Cleaning Turing Machines
175. onJuly22,20212651up2[hidden]rain1:Essays on programming I think about a lot | benkuhn.net
176. onJuly17,20212645up2[hidden]rain1:[Youtube] The Story of Shor's Algorithm, Straight From the Source
177. onJuly17,20212646up2[hidden]rain1:LeapSecond Home Page
178. onJuly15,20212644up2[hidden]TGm380:Why we will win the war for general-purpose computing
179. onJuly14,20212637up2[hidden]rain1:The String Formatters of Manor Farm
180. onJuly11,20212638up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:A Puzzle About Puzzles
181. onJuly4,20212634up2[hidden]rain1:[Minecraft] [FTB Ultimate] Fusion Power Plant
182. onJuly4,20212633up2[hidden]rain1: Self-referencial structs using the async/await transformation
183. onJuly4,20212632up2[hidden]rain1:The secret life of NaN
184. onJuly1,20212629up2[hidden]rain1:Unos
185. onJune29,20212628up3[hidden]rain1:Cryptanalysis of Meow Hash
186. onJune29,20212624up2[hidden]TGm380:What Makes Quantum Computing So Hard to Explain?
187. onJune28,20212627up2[hidden]rain1:Aerofoil by Gale Force Games LLC
188. onJune28,20212628up2[hidden]rain1:Cryptanalysis of Meow Hash
189. onJune24,20212625up3[hidden]TGm380:The Mysterious Case of Interstellar Visitor 'Oumuamua
190. onJune24,20212626up2[hidden]rain1:Approximate a circle with cubic Bézier curves
191. onJune21,20212625up2[hidden]TGm380:The Mysterious Case of Interstellar Visitor 'Oumuamua
192. onJune19,20212611up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Discussing undecidability and the Goldbach Conjecture.
193. onJune16,20212616up2[hidden]TGm380:The Colorful, Costly World of Custom Keyboard Enthusiasts
194. onJune11,20212611up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Discussing undecidability and the Goldbach Conjecture.
195. onJune8,20212585up3[hidden]TGm380:Storing a Local Copy of Wikipedia on Your Linux Laptop with Kiwix
196. onJune8,20212588up3[hidden]shawn:Will Cryonically Frozen Bodies Ever Be Brought Back to Life?
197. onJune8,20212591up2[hidden]TGm380:Setting up Starlink, SpaceX's Satellite Internet
198. onJune5,20212588up2[hidden]shawn:Will Cryonically Frozen Bodies Ever Be Brought Back to Life?
199. onJune4,20212608up2[hidden]TGm380:A Review of Lokinet (Oxen): A Road to Nowhere?
200. onJune1,20212606up2[hidden]m15o:Show laarc: Smol Pub - Your journal on the small net
201. onMay14,20212601up2[hidden]shawn:> I couldn't help but notice that you've created a fork of Gwern's website. That's...
202. onMay13,20212600up2[hidden]oxide:> ah, i just checked out your profile and realised you have a PhD in math...my apo...
203. onMay13,20212599up2[hidden]oxide:> it would be! meanwhile, here's a bare sketch of the prerequisites needed to unde...
204. onMay11,20212598up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> Neat stuff ... it would be interesting to see a minimal "Tree of Concepts" to ge...
205. onMay11,20212598up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> Neat stuff ... it would be interesting to see a minimal "Tree of Concepts" to ge...
206. onMay11,20212596up3[hidden]oxide:The class number formula
207. onMay10,20212596up2[hidden]oxide:The class number formula
208. onApril30,20212593up2[hidden]TGm380:How to Create a Star Wars Themed Linux Laptop
209. onApril20,20212590up2[hidden]TGm380:Creating Your Own Digital Fortress of Solitude
210. onApril13,20212582up2[hidden]TGm380:First Impressions of Ghost BSD
211. onApril1,20212587up2[hidden]TGm380:How to Take Back the Internet by Choosing the Internet Less Traveled
212. onMarch24,20212586up2[hidden]ildaron_ron:Review Dry and Non-contact EEG Electrodes for 2010-2021 years
213. onMarch21,20212585up2[hidden]TGm380:Storing a Local Copy of Wikipedia on Your Linux Laptop with Kiwix
214. onMarch17,20212584up2[hidden]theabbie:PopCritic: Movies Reviewed by people, for people
215. onMarch17,20212555up5[hidden]ron87:Raspberry PI for Kill Mosquitoes by Laser
216. onMarch7,20212579up2[hidden]shawn:Welcome to DiscDAG
217. onMarch7,20212578up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Tesseract Teaser
218. onMarch5,20212575up2[hidden]TGm380:Assembling a Budget, Low-Power, Combination HTPC/Back-Up-and-Data-Storage PC
219. onMarch5,20212574up2[hidden]ildaron_ron:Neural network for automatic farm control
220. onFeb18,20212566up3[hidden]TGm380:A Brief Review of the Q4OS Linux Distribution
221. onFeb14,20212566up2[hidden]TGm380:A Brief Review of the Q4OS Linux Distribution
222. onFeb14,20212567up2[hidden]ildaron_ron:Machine vision for low-cost remote control of mosquitoes by power laser
223. onFeb8,20212559up2[hidden]TGm380:What to Expect from Old Windows PC's
224. onFeb5,20212560up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:More Mental Model Missteps
225. onFeb5,20212561up2[hidden]ssegedin:The Apollo — Soyuz (1975)
226. onJan27,20212557up2[hidden]yogsototh:A biology revolution: a computational perspective. A Mike Levin's talk
227. onJan25,20212555up4[hidden]ron87:Raspberry PI for Kill Mosquitoes by Laser
228. onJan23,20212552up2[hidden]TGm380:The WRT54G, tripped into legendary status because of an undocumented feature.
229. onJan23,20212550up2[hidden]rain1:Tejotron
230. onJan23,20212554up2[hidden]rain1:Inorder tree traversal using constant space
231. onJan23,20212556up2[hidden]rain1:> Title got me interested!
232. onJan23,20212555up3[hidden]ron87:Raspberry PI for Kill Mosquitoes by Laser
233. onJan22,20212555up2[hidden]ron87:Raspberry PI for Kill Mosquitoes by Laser
234. onJan17,20212548up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Double Double Division Algorithm
235. onJan14,20212547up2[hidden]rain1:GNOME has no thumbnails in the file picker (and my toilets are blocked)
236. onJan14,20212546up2[hidden]rain1:Null ·
237. onJan12,20212545up2[hidden]rain1:Why three prongs? Electrical ground, stray voltage
238. onJan12,20212543up3[hidden]theabbie:PixelCraft: A Pixel Art Editor
239. onJan9,20212544up2[hidden]TGm380:We may Soon have City-Spanning 900 HMz Mesh Networks
240. onJan7,20212543up2[hidden]theabbie:PixelCraft: A Pixel Art Editor
241. onJan6,20212542up2[hidden]rain1:Bootstrappable builds [LWN.net]
242. onJan5,20212541up2[hidden]rain1:Ditherpunk
243. onJan5,20212540up2[hidden]rain1:IOCCC 2020
244. onJan3,20212539up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:A State Machine in Real Life
245. onDec28,20202537up2[hidden]rain1:Games I played in 2020 - Joseph Mansfield
246. onDec28,20202536up2[hidden]rain1:Reverse Engineering the source code of the BioNTech/Pfizer SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine
247. onDec25,20202493up4[hidden]TGm380:Is a billion-dollar worth of server lying on the ground?
248. onDec25,20202511up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Juggling by Numbers
249. onDec25,20202528up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Unlocking the mathematical formula of juggling (2012)
250. onDec25,20202532up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Parity Of Zero
251. onDec18,20202520up2[hidden]rain1:Did Dream Fake His Speedruns - Official Moderator Analysis [video]
252. onDec18,20202517up3[hidden]rain1:Libraries.io - The Open Source Discovery Serviceing
253. onDec18,20202524up2[hidden]rain1:Image sharing. No bullshit. - IMGZ
254. onDec12,20202517up2[hidden]rain1:Libraries.io - The Open Source Discovery Serviceing
255. onDec10,20202515up2[hidden]TGm380:Thoughts and Recommendations on Upgradeable Computers
256. onDec7,20202509up3[hidden]TGm380:My Latest Brush with the Corporate Internet: GitHub has My Stolen Code
257. onDec5,20202512up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:A Map of Mathematics
258. onDec5,20202514up2[hidden]rain1:Is it possible to make a living as a solo digital design engineer?
259. onDec3,20202509up2[hidden]TGm380:My Latest Brush with the Corporate Internet: GitHub has My Stolen Code
260. onDec3,20202497up3[hidden]TGm380:The Battle for the Soul of Digital Freedom Taking Place Inside Your Printer
261. onDec3,20202501up3[hidden]TGm380:HP Invents Printer-As-A-Service
262. onDec3,20202493up3[hidden]TGm380:Is a billion-dollar worth of server lying on the ground?
263. onNov28,20202501up2[hidden]TGm380:HP Invents Printer-As-A-Service
264. onNov21,20202502up2[hidden]rain1:WebAIM: History of the browser user-agent string
265. onNov17,20202498up2[hidden]rain1:Prospecting for Hash Functions
266. onNov13,20202497up2[hidden]TGm380:The Battle for the Soul of Digital Freedom Taking Place Inside Your Printer
267. onNov12,20202491up3[hidden]TGm380:How to Watch Netflix Movies on a Raspberry Pi 4 Computer
268. onNov6,20202491up2[hidden]TGm380:How to Watch Netflix Movies on a Raspberry Pi 4 Computer
269. onNov5,20202493up2[hidden]TGm380:Is a billion-dollar worth of server lying on the ground?
270. onNov2,20202487up2[hidden]rain1:The Recursive Universe | Amanda Ghassaei
271. onOct26,20202415up2[hidden]zge:> If it's not possible, I don't mind, but it might lead to issues with european re...
272. onOct26,20202475up4[hidden]rain1:Menace: the Machine Educable Noughts And Crosses Engine - Chalkdust
273. onOct25,20202484up2[hidden]TGm380:I am Seriously Considering Going Back to Desktop Computers
274. onOct20,20202477up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Recursion Revisited
275. onOct20,20202478up2[hidden]stanrivers:A Stoic Philosopher in a Hanoi Prison: I am the captain of my soul
276. onOct20,20202475up3[hidden]rain1:Menace: the Machine Educable Noughts And Crosses Engine - Chalkdust
277. onOct19,20202456up4[hidden]TGm380:Going Dark: Looking for the End of the Internet, Part 3: The Gemini Project
278. onOct19,20202464up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Vertices required for cycles
279. onOct18,20202475up2[hidden]rain1:Menace: the Machine Educable Noughts And Crosses Engine - Chalkdust
280. onOct15,20202473up3[hidden]TGm380:Increasing Your Linux Knowledge with Arch Linux
281. onOct15,20202450up3[hidden]rain1:Files are fraught with peril
282. onOct15,20202461up2[hidden]rain1:The Digital Antiquarian – History of Computer Entertainment and Digital Culture
283. onOct15,20202468up2[hidden]TGm380:A Review of "The It Crowd"
284. onOct15,20202473up2[hidden]TGm380:Increasing Your Linux Knowledge with Arch Linux
285. onOct4,20202466up2[hidden]shawn:> I'm not sure either, to be honest. It started as an open question. I'd be happ...
286. onOct4,20202465up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> I never know what tags to use ... the feature of tagging posts seems useful, but...
287. onOct4,20202464up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Vertices required for cycles
288. onOct1,20202439up3[hidden]rain1:> One thing I would add is that I'm not keen on medium links.
289. onOct1,20202445up3[hidden]HillOBeans01:> I generally like the technology and cs-related submissions, as well as the occas...
290. onOct1,20202446up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> > ... Not sure that I'm keen on the "fighting" articles ... I've fl...
291. onOct1,20202428up5[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:What do people want to see?
292. onOct1,20201968up3[hidden]rain1:Retro web, simple web, and alternatives to the web
293. onOct1,2020429up6[hidden]rain1:Progurls - world's simplest programming news aggregator
294. onOct1,20201765up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:Sourcehut's Spartan Approach to Web Design
295. onOct1,20202144up2[hidden]rain1:The forgotten software that inspired our modern world
296. onOct1,20202147up2[hidden]rain1:ViperCard
297. onOct1,20201926up6[hidden]vzhou842:Why I Replaced Disqus and You Should Too
298. onOct1,20202050up3[hidden]rain1:Gopher and the Lynx Web
299. onOct1,20202420up2[hidden]TGm380:Ten Commandments of the Small Internet
300. onOct1,20202422up2[hidden]TGm380:On Becoming an Internet Savant
301. onOct1,20202424up2[hidden]rain1:Quantum Country
302. onOct1,20202425up3[hidden]TGm380:Hunting the Nearly-Invisible Personal Website
303. onOct1,20202452up3[hidden]rain1:Gopher: When Adversarial Interoperability Burrowed Under Gatekeepers' Fortresses
304. onOct1,20202453up3[hidden]rain1:Repl.it - CLUI: Building a Graphical Command Line
305. onOct1,20202456up3[hidden]TGm380:Going Dark: Looking for the End of the Internet, Part 3: The Gemini Project
306. onOct1,20202463up2[hidden]TGm380:We Need a Better Definition for the Word "Darknet"
307. onOct1,20202129up2[hidden]August-Garcia:[Video] 30 Weird Chess Algorithms: Elo World
308. onOct1,20202425up2[hidden]TGm380:Hunting the Nearly-Invisible Personal Website
309. onOct1,20202427up2[hidden]rain1:Rigorous numerical integration in Arb
310. onOct1,20202434up2[hidden]anisimov:How to create an SRT file: The Complete Guide
311. onOct1,20202447up2[hidden]rain1:The Architecture of Open Source Applications
312. onOct1,20202448up2[hidden]rain1:NandGame - Build a computer from scratch.
313. onOct1,20202450up2[hidden]rain1:Files are fraught with peril
314. onOct1,20202451up2[hidden]rain1:Query-based compiler architectures
315. onOct1,20202452up2[hidden]rain1:Gopher: When Adversarial Interoperability Burrowed Under Gatekeepers' Fortresses
316. onOct1,20202453up2[hidden]rain1:Repl.it - CLUI: Building a Graphical Command Line
317. onOct1,20202455up2[hidden]rain1:Cached Interpreters | ps1.asuramaru.com
318. onOct1,20202459up2[hidden]rain1:Pack.PNG has been FOUND! - Here's how they did it. [Youtube]
319. onOct1,20202454up3[hidden]rain1:On the use of a life
320. onOct1,20202462up2[hidden]rain1:It Is Never a Compiler Bug Until It Is
321. onSept25,20202456up2[hidden]TGm380:Going Dark: Looking for the End of the Internet, Part 3: The Gemini Project
322. onSept22,20202454up2[hidden]rain1:On the use of a life
323. onSept21,20202445up2[hidden]HillOBeans01:> I generally like the technology and cs-related submissions, as well as the occas...
324. onSept17,20202441up2[hidden]TGm380:Toward a Technological Cage for the Masses
325. onSept16,20202440up2[hidden]posix:> My perspective is that the volume is low enough that one reposter or even one bl...
326. onSept15,20202439up2[hidden]rain1:> One thing I would add is that I'm not keen on medium links.
327. onSept14,20202436up2[hidden]posix:> Not really, I find enough compatible with those themes in things like cheapskate...
328. onSept14,20202437up2[hidden]rain1:> I like the stuff you post.
329. onSept14,20202430up3[hidden]posix:> Tough to say, I kind of like what shows up here about half the time, which is a ...
330. onSept14,20202428up4[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:What do people want to see?
331. onSept14,20202428up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:What do people want to see?
332. onSept14,20202435up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> Do you find any of that here?
333. onSept14,20202430up2[hidden]posix:> Tough to say, I kind of like what shows up here about half the time, which is a ...
334. onSept9,20202399up2[hidden]rain1:Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality
335. onSept9,20202428up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:What do people want to see?
336. onAug10,20202407up2[hidden]TGm380:My First PC
337. onAug4,20202417up2[hidden]whalabi:The best laptop for writers
338. onJuly25,20202412up2[hidden]zge:> Is it possible to delete an account? I'm trying to clean up accounts I don't use...
339. onJuly21,20202396up2[hidden]rain1:Stormrider's blog
340. onJuly21,20202402up2[hidden]rain1:From context collapse to content collapse
341. onJuly21,20202408up2[hidden]rain1:A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography
342. onJuly18,20202331up3[hidden]TGm380:No cookie consent walls — and no, scrolling isn't consent, says EU
343. onJuly16,20202398up2[hidden]rain1:Everything I Know | The Buckminster Fuller Institute
344. onJuly16,20202404up2[hidden]rain1:Talk: Video Games and the Future of Education.
345. onJuly16,20202405up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Ramsey's Infinite Theorem
346. onJune16,20202367up2[hidden]TGm380:A Review of the Aether Peer-to-Peer Communications Platform
347. onJune2,20202362up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Impossible to Translate
348. onMay28,20202327up2[hidden]TGm380:How to apply thermal compound
349. onMay23,20202348up2[hidden]speechtextai:Show laarc: AI Speech Recognition and Audio/Video Transcription Service
350. onMay18,20202339up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Being Slow To Criticise
351. onMay8,20202331up2[hidden]TGm380:No cookie consent walls — and no, scrolling isn't consent, says EU
352. onApril29,20202306up2[hidden]enkiv2:Announcing the 2020 No-Budget Film Contest
353. onApril17,20202289up2[hidden]TGm380:Now I Understand why Almost No One uses Encrypted Email
354. onApril15,20202284up2[hidden]imeandmyself:> I colect/hoard useful links from the net. Otherwise, I am kinda normal. :) H...
355. onApril14,20202283up2[hidden]shawn:The Last Invention of Man
356. onApril14,20202282up2[hidden]TGm380:The Last Person on Earth just Bought a Computer
357. onApril13,20202271up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Invitation to introduce yourself
358. onApril11,20202280up2[hidden]HillOBeans:> Hi (I'm not sure if my initial attempt to comment submitted - so I'll post agai...
359. onApril10,20202279up2[hidden]rain1:> Nothing much anymore but I created a simple scheme interpreter, shell, makefile ...
360. onApril10,20202276up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> And nice to meet you! Thanks for the compliment. What sort of "various lean m...
361. onApril8,20202274up2[hidden]rain1:> nice to meet you! I have enjoyed the content you submit. I studied math proper...
362. onApril8,20202272up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> Hi, I'm a PhD in Pure Math (Graph Theory), non-exec director of a company that...
363. onApril8,20202271up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Invitation to introduce yourself
364. onMarch15,20202257up3[hidden]TGm380:How to Avoid Buying Consumer Products with Software Kill-Switches
365. onMarch13,20202259up2[hidden]TGm380:Some Characteristics of a Free Person
366. onMarch10,20202256up2[hidden]TGm380:I Believe The Corona Virus Is Already Widespread in The US: We Just Don't know
367. onMarch6,20202257up2[hidden]TGm380:How to Avoid Buying Consumer Products with Software Kill-Switches
368. onMarch4,20202252up2[hidden]rain1:Ponder This IBM Monthly Challenge
369. onFeb29,20202244up4[hidden]TGm380:Uncertainty is a Gift
370. onFeb28,20202248up2[hidden]rain1:Ordovician Meteor Event | Azimuth
371. onFeb28,20202247up2[hidden]rain1:How do asteroids get their moons?
372. onFeb24,20202244up3[hidden]TGm380:Uncertainty is a Gift
373. onFeb21,20202246up2[hidden]emily:> That’s tricky. I don’t have great advice, but I can hypothesize what I might do ...
374. onFeb21,20202238up5[hidden]e47cbac098b31f:75% of engineer coworkers quit this week; what to do?
375. onFeb21,20202238up4[hidden]e47cbac098b31f:75% of engineer coworkers quit this week; what to do?
376. onFeb21,20202244up2[hidden]TGm380:Uncertainty is a Gift
377. onFeb20,20202225up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Learning to blog : A Twitter conversation charted
378. onFeb16,20202241up3[hidden]enkiv2:> I'd go with (A), because even fairly legit startups are extremely dicey & th...
379. onFeb13,20202241up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I'd go with (A), because even fairly legit startups are extremely dicey & th...
380. onFeb13,20202238up3[hidden]e47cbac098b31f:75% of engineer coworkers quit this week; what to do?
381. onFeb10,20202238up2[hidden]e47cbac098b31f:75% of engineer coworkers quit this week; what to do?
382. onFeb9,20202224up3[hidden]TGm380:How to Create an Onion Site Mirror of Your Lighttpd-Hosted Website
383. onFeb9,20202236up2[hidden]enkiv2:The Red Queen's Wall: Economic Inequality Through the Looking Class
384. onJan31,20202225up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Learning to blog : A Twitter conversation charted
385. onJan31,20202227up2[hidden]superjs:Webpack Tutorial
386. onJan30,20202228up2[hidden]Volt:> That's neat. How did you actually make it?
387. onJan30,20202124up2[hidden]rain1:> Interesting.
388. onJan30,20202224up2[hidden]TGm380:How to Create an Onion Site Mirror of Your Lighttpd-Hosted Website
389. onJan30,20202222up2[hidden]rain1:Microbes Don't Actually Look Like Anything [video]
390. onJan30,20202223up2[hidden]rain1:The forgotten software that inspired our modern world - BBC Future
391. onJan28,20202221up2[hidden]rain1:Designing DOOM Eternal's New & Classic Demons [video]
392. onJan26,20202220up2[hidden]rain1:The Open Book - Libre e-reader
393. onJan21,20202212up4[hidden]TGm380:Is Nerdy the New Cool?
394. onJan9,20202204up2[hidden]enkiv2:A manifesto
395. onJan6,20202210up2[hidden]TGm380:A Guide to Restoring Your Internet Freedom at School, at Work, and in Countries
396. onJan6,20202211up2[hidden]yogsototh:Learn Haskell Now!
397. onJan6,20202212up3[hidden]TGm380:Is Nerdy the New Cool?
398. onJan3,20202212up2[hidden]TGm380:Is Nerdy the New Cool?
399. onJan3,20202207up3[hidden]TGm380:The Problem of Long-Term Offline Data Storage for Consumers
400. onJan2,20202200up2[hidden]tbf:The 40% keyboard – TBF R&D | Lobsters
401. onDec25,20192209up2[hidden]yogsototh:Optimize the size of no js websites
402. onDec15,20192207up2[hidden]TGm380:The Problem of Long-Term Offline Data Storage for Consumers
403. onDec11,20192206up3[hidden]TGm380:A Curated List of Online Forums
404. onDec8,20192206up2[hidden]TGm380:A Curated List of Online Forums
405. onDec8,20192205up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:An Overview of Deterministic Database Systems
406. onDec6,20192160up3[hidden]rain1:Hubble telescope spies water raining on distant world
407. onDec6,20192191up5[hidden]akkartik:Show laarc: my new hobbyist computing stack
408. onNov28,20192202up2[hidden]TGm380:My Fantasy: A Cellphone I can Use as a Desktop Computer
409. onNov28,20192201up2[hidden]TGm380:What Happens when We Decide that Computers are just Devices to Access the Cloud?
410. onNov28,20192198up3[hidden]TGm380:Running a Small Website without Commercial Software or Hosting Services: Lessons
411. onNov19,2019901up3[hidden]shawn:> Ok, you can save stories and comments to favorites.
412. onNov17,20192199up3[hidden]enkiv2:Procedurally Generated Text: A Writing Process Built for Computers
413. onNov17,20192199up2[hidden]enkiv2:Procedurally Generated Text: A Writing Process Built for Computers
414. onNov14,20192198up2[hidden]TGm380:Running a Small Website without Commercial Software or Hosting Services: Lessons
415. onNov11,20192197up2[hidden]francescol:Confluence is broken. Here's my attempt at a solution.
416. onNov11,20192196up2[hidden]TGm380:Going Dark: Looking for the End of the Internet, Part 1
417. onNov11,20192171up2[hidden]rain1:Scott’s Supreme Quantum Supremacy FAQ!
418. onNov10,20192130up4[hidden]enkiv2:Common misconceptions programmers have about lists of common misconceptions
419. onNov7,20192195up2[hidden]rain1:> bookmarked, Will check it out when I can.
420. onNov7,20192191up4[hidden]akkartik:Show laarc: my new hobbyist computing stack
421. onNov7,20192183up2[hidden]sebst:Show laarc: I've built a Hacker News Clone for the Python community
422. onNov7,20192184up3[hidden]palash25:A list of awesome idiomatic code resources. Rust, Go, Erlang, Ruby, and more
423. onNov6,20192194up2[hidden]azdle:Unraveling the Origins of an AmazonBasics Battery
424. onOct30,20192191up3[hidden]akkartik:Show laarc: my new hobbyist computing stack
425. onOct21,20192192up2[hidden]enkiv2:Imagination and the Distribution of Futurity
426. onOct21,20192191up2[hidden]akkartik:Show laarc: my new hobbyist computing stack
427. onOct14,20192187up2[hidden]palash25:AWS SDK for Rust
428. onOct14,20192184up2[hidden]palash25:A list of awesome idiomatic code resources. Rust, Go, Erlang, Ruby, and more
429. onOct14,20192182up5[hidden]rain1:Guix Reduces Bootstrap Seed by 50% — 2019 — Blog — GNU Guix
430. onOct13,20192182up4[hidden]rain1:Guix Reduces Bootstrap Seed by 50% — 2019 — Blog — GNU Guix
431. onOct12,20192182up3[hidden]rain1:Guix Reduces Bootstrap Seed by 50% — 2019 — Blog — GNU Guix
432. onOct12,20192180up2[hidden]rain1:1000 byte mona lisa
433. onOct9,20192178up2[hidden]rain1:A New R6RS Scheme Compiler - weinholt.se
434. onOct9,20192182up2[hidden]rain1:Guix Reduces Bootstrap Seed by 50% — 2019 — Blog — GNU Guix
435. onOct5,20192179up2[hidden]rain1:Emulator for Ben Eater's 8-bit breadboard computer
436. onOct4,20192177up2[hidden]sneak:Keybase iOS Has A Backdoor
437. onSept30,20192173up2[hidden]rain1:A Plea for Lean Software - Niklaus Wirth [pdf]
438. onSept29,20192176up3[hidden]matthieu:> The is very inspiring and well detailed ! Nice article (:
439. onSept29,20192175up3[hidden]yogsototh:How I Internet
440. onSept27,20192176up2[hidden]matthieu:> The is very inspiring and well detailed ! Nice article (:
441. onSept27,20192175up2[hidden]yogsototh:How I Internet
442. onSept22,20192164up5[hidden]rain1:Richard M. Stallman resigns
443. onSept22,20192164up4[hidden]rain1:Richard M. Stallman resigns
444. onSept20,20192164up3[hidden]rain1:Richard M. Stallman resigns
445. onSept17,20192164up2[hidden]rain1:Richard M. Stallman resigns
446. onSept17,20192163up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Vexing exceptions (2008)
447. onSept16,20192132up3[hidden]min2bro:How to create Pivot tables and Crosstab in Python using pandas
448. onSept16,20192141up3[hidden]rain1:Distri: a Linux distribution to research fast package management
449. onSept16,20192160up2[hidden]rain1:Hubble telescope spies water raining on distant world
450. onSept16,20192161up2[hidden]enkiv2:Themes & Structure in Double Mojo VNs
451. onSept11,20192159up3[hidden]rain1:Scheme.fail: the loko baremetal scheme
452. onSept2,20192156up2[hidden]rain1:An Overview of Distributed Systems and the Consensus Problem
453. onSept2,20192157up2[hidden]rain1:U.S. Export Controls and "Published" Encryption Source Code Explained
454. onSept2,20192159up2[hidden]rain1:Scheme.fail: the loko baremetal scheme
455. onAug28,20192154up2[hidden]JungleCat:BBC Archive: Chinese troops fire on protesters in Tiananmen Square (1989)
456. onAug28,20192153up2[hidden]rain1:It's not just about privacy
457. onAug28,20192155up2[hidden]rain1:Reverse emulating the NES to give it SUPER POWERS! [video]
458. onAug21,20192146up2[hidden]rain1:ICFP 2019
459. onAug19,20192142up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Meet the Gamer Grandpas: Seniors Spending Retirement on Fortnite
460. onAug19,20192128up2[hidden]rain1:Carter Sande - Javascript Page Navigation
461. onAug18,20192130up3[hidden]enkiv2:Common misconceptions programmers have about lists of common misconceptions
462. onAug18,20192131up2[hidden]enkiv2:A player's bill of rights for visual novels
463. onAug18,20192140up2[hidden]rain1:Qsh: Release Useable Command Interpretation with Completion
464. onAug18,20192141up2[hidden]rain1:Distri: a Linux distribution to research fast package management
465. onAug18,20192136up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Real Problem at Yale is Not Free Speech
466. onAug18,20192138up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Grey-Box Concolic Testing on Binary Code
467. onAug18,20192135up2[hidden]rain1:Dissecting A Dweet: Breaking Broke
468. onAug18,20192120up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Powers of Two in Lexicographic Order
469. onAug17,20192136up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Real Problem at Yale is Not Free Speech
470. onAug13,20192132up2[hidden]min2bro:How to create Pivot tables and Crosstab in Python using pandas
471. onAug11,20192130up2[hidden]enkiv2:Common misconceptions programmers have about lists of common misconceptions
472. onAug9,20192121up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Flawed Reasoning Behind the Replication Crisis
473. onAug2,20192120up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Powers of Two in Lexicographic Order
474. onJuly27,20192119up2[hidden]vzhou842:Implementing a RNN from scratch in Python
475. onJuly20,20192117up2[hidden]begriffs:History and effective use of Vim
476. onJuly17,20192115up2[hidden]rain1:Collective Code Construction Contract
477. onJuly15,20192112up2[hidden]rain1:Posit: thin triangle other tricks (REVEALED!)
478. onJuly15,20192114up3[hidden]August-Garcia:Unusual Linux Ransomware Targets NAS Servers
479. onJuly15,20192097up2[hidden]rain1:SKS Keyserver Network Under Attack
480. onJuly15,20192111up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Someone recently reminded me of this essay I did. I kept seeing articles on Schn...
481. onJuly15,20192110up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:On the Legitimacy of Conspiracy Theory
482. onJuly15,20192114up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Unusual Linux Ransomware Targets NAS Servers
483. onJuly14,20192102up2[hidden]rain1:Xah Lee - Why I Hate Exceptions (2014)
484. onJuly11,20192109up3[hidden]rain1:Latacora - Cryptographic Right Answers
485. onJuly8,20192108up2[hidden]rain1:Nand to CPU
486. onJuly8,20192109up2[hidden]rain1:Latacora - Cryptographic Right Answers
487. onJuly8,20192080up2[hidden]rain1:Eddie Hall describes his 500kg deadlift to Brian Shaw [video]
488. onJuly6,20192101up3[hidden]rain1:Digital Minimalism
489. onJuly6,20192105up3[hidden]enkiv2:Stories I Will Not Write
490. onJuly5,20192105up2[hidden]enkiv2:Stories I Will Not Write
491. onJuly5,20192107up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Then, the Bitcoin supports make a counter-argument like this:
492. onJuly4,20192106up2[hidden]whalabi:Bitcoin's energy consumption 'equals that of Switzerland' - BBC News
493. onJuly4,20192086up2[hidden]vermaden:Manage Photography the UNIX Way
494. onJuly3,20192104up2[hidden]JungleCat:> I shoot RAW exclusively, the renaming to YYYY-MM-DD-HH-MM-SS is handled by Bibbl...
495. onJuly2,20192087up2[hidden]rain1:Things I Learnt The Hard Way (in 30 Years of Software Development)
496. onJuly2,20192053up6[hidden]rain1:Why did I write my programming projects?
497. onJune30,20192096up2[hidden]anthonyg:How id built Wolfenstein 3D using Commander Keen tech
498. onJune30,20192092up2[hidden]rain1:Rebuilding Racket on Chez Scheme: An Experience Report
499. onJune30,20192101up2[hidden]rain1:Digital Minimalism
500. onJune10,20191970up5[hidden]rain1:Show laarc: tarot and single_cream
501. onJune7,20192074up3[hidden]rain1:Rethinking files
502. onJune6,20192077up2[hidden]rain1:> This is a nice place to apply formal methods, because it's very clear what purpo...
503. onJune6,20192076up2[hidden]akkartik:Jitk: A Trustworthy In-Kernel Interpreter Infrastructure
504. onJune6,20192053up5[hidden]rain1:Why did I write my programming projects?
505. onJune6,20192074up2[hidden]rain1:Rethinking files
506. onJune3,20192063up2[hidden]August-Garcia:TempleOS: 1 - Installation
507. onMay31,20192062up2[hidden]tbf-rnd:> Well written and very interesting. I totally agree with your thoughts on the she...
508. onMay30,20192058up2[hidden]tbf-rnd:The case for a new input method
509. onMay28,20192060up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:An x86 Assembler in 256 LOC
510. onMay27,20192055up3[hidden]rain1:The struggles of an open source maintainer - <antirez>
511. onMay27,20192053up4[hidden]rain1:Why did I write my programming projects?
512. onMay26,20192057up2[hidden]rain1:First ever Monster Jam Truck front flip - Lee O'Donnell [video]
513. onMay24,20192053up3[hidden]rain1:Why did I write my programming projects?
514. onMay24,20192055up2[hidden]rain1:The struggles of an open source maintainer - <antirez>
515. onMay23,20192053up2[hidden]rain1:Why did I write my programming projects?
516. onMay22,20192051up2[hidden]begriffs:Unicode programming, with examples
517. onMay22,20192050up2[hidden]rain1:Gopher and the Lynx Web
518. onMay21,20192046up2[hidden]rain1:Software disenchantment @ tonsky.me
519. onMay20,20192040up2[hidden]tflop:> Interesting. It made me think of stuff by Michael Nielsen, until I discovered mi...
520. onMay20,20192045up2[hidden]rain1:Jonathan Blow - Preventing the Collapse of Civilization [video]
521. onMay20,20192042up2[hidden]rain1:Avian's Blog: Linux loader for DOS-like .com files
522. onMay17,20192032up4[hidden]steve:Connecting an Amiga to the world in 2019
523. onMay15,20192036up2[hidden]JungleCat:> > Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn....
524. onMay15,20192035up2[hidden]azdle:Why books don't work
525. onMay12,20192032up3[hidden]steve:Connecting an Amiga to the world in 2019
526. onMay11,20192032up2[hidden]steve:Connecting an Amiga to the world in 2019
527. onMay9,20192018up3[hidden]rain1:ImperialViolet - Hash based signatures (2013)
528. onMay7,20192021up2[hidden]rain1:Firefox - Spyware Watchdog
529. onMay6,20192024up2[hidden]enkiv2:A collection of academic papers on ZZstructures
530. onMay3,20192018up2[hidden]rain1:ImperialViolet - Hash based signatures (2013)
531. onApril30,20191995up3[hidden]rain1:Unix Considered Harmful
532. onApril29,20192003up3[hidden]rain1:Path-agnostic binaries, co-installable libraries, and How To Have Nice Things
533. onApril29,20191999up2[hidden]rain1:Building fast interpreters in Rust
534. onApril29,20192006up2[hidden]rain1:Testing | Writing an OS in Rust
535. onApril29,20192007up2[hidden]JungleCat:1060 hour exposure photo of the Large Magellanic Cloud
536. onApril28,20191998up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:21 compilers and 3 orders of magnitude in 60 minutes
537. onApril28,20191988up2[hidden]rain1:Zarf Updates: What is ZIL anyway?
538. onApril28,20192005up2[hidden]vzhou842:How to Build a Multiplayer (.io) Web Game
539. onApril27,20191975up5[hidden]whalabi:Trolls and Consequences: What Twitter needs to learn from Reddit
540. onApril27,20191983up2[hidden]JungleCat:> > On Reddit, if something hateful gets posted (and it isn’t in a toxic subre...
541. onApril27,20191986up2[hidden]JungleCat:> Remember Appelbaum being called "sociopath, rapist, plagiarist"?
542. onApril27,20192004up2[hidden]akkartik:> I've been laid up with a fever, and I read this today right after finishing "Lyi...
543. onApril25,20191993up2[hidden]rain1:Fantastic Metropolis - Division by Zero
544. onApril25,20192003up2[hidden]rain1:Path-agnostic binaries, co-installable libraries, and How To Have Nice Things
545. onApril22,20191996up3[hidden]rain1:Goodbye Joe
546. onApril22,20191998up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:21 compilers and 3 orders of magnitude in 60 minutes
547. onApril22,20191945up4[hidden]akkartik:SubX: A minimalist assembly language for a subset of the x86 ISA
548. onApril22,20191982up4[hidden]JungleCat:Making the obvious code fast
549. onApril21,20191982up3[hidden]JungleCat:Making the obvious code fast
550. onApril21,20191970up4[hidden]rain1:Show laarc: tarot and single_cream
551. onApril21,20191996up2[hidden]rain1:Goodbye Joe
552. onApril21,20191970up3[hidden]rain1:Show laarc: tarot and single_cream
553. onApril21,20191995up2[hidden]rain1:Unix Considered Harmful
554. onApril20,20191994up2[hidden]rain1:> HTML entities should be decoded from the request title button: Fantastic Metropo...
555. onApril19,20191989up2[hidden]enkiv2:In defense of nuanced understanding of the enemy in a networked age
556. onApril19,20191982up2[hidden]JungleCat:Making the obvious code fast
557. onApril18,20191974up2[hidden]nc:> Nice, clean implementation. Definitely going to read the documentation on the co...
558. onApril18,20191975up4[hidden]whalabi:Trolls and Consequences: What Twitter needs to learn from Reddit
559. onApril18,20191971up3[hidden]whalabi:Death by PowerPoint: the slide that killed seven people
560. onApril17,20191981up2[hidden]rain1:> because you posted a gopher link I decided to read this in gopher, which is grea...
561. onApril17,20191978up2[hidden]enkiv2:> This article is mirrored at gopher://fuckup.solutions/1/enkiv2/avoiding-the-grav...
562. onApril17,20191977up3[hidden]enkiv2:Avoiding the gravity well of webbiness in gopher
563. onApril17,20191963up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Root Cause Analysis And The Photocopier Question
564. onApril17,20191975up3[hidden]whalabi:Trolls and Consequences: What Twitter needs to learn from Reddit
565. onApril17,20191977up2[hidden]enkiv2:Avoiding the gravity well of webbiness in gopher
566. onApril17,20191975up2[hidden]whalabi:Trolls and Consequences: What Twitter needs to learn from Reddit
567. onApril16,20191970up2[hidden]rain1:Show laarc: tarot and single_cream
568. onApril16,20191971up2[hidden]whalabi:Death by PowerPoint: the slide that killed seven people
569. onApril15,20191968up2[hidden]rain1:Retro web, simple web, and alternatives to the web
570. onApril15,20191961up2[hidden]rain1:A grammar for HTML5
571. onApril12,20191963up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Root Cause Analysis And The Photocopier Question
572. onApril11,20191946up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Technology is Heroin
573. onApril11,20191958up3[hidden]rain1:> wow this was a really interesting perspective
574. onApril11,20191957up2[hidden]akkartik:> > does it really matter if those parts aren't readable if we know they're ju...
575. onApril11,20191945up3[hidden]akkartik:SubX: A minimalist assembly language for a subset of the x86 ISA
576. onApril10,20191930up3[hidden]enow:Typing with a piano
577. onApril10,20191958up2[hidden]rain1:> wow this was a really interesting perspective
578. onApril10,20191952up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> re error handling. Brings me to another point. We focus a lot on how much code...
579. onApril10,20191948up2[hidden]vzhou842:Random Forests for Complete Beginners
580. onApril10,20191950up2[hidden]akkartik:> Thanks for the comments! Really appreciated. > When considering minimal im...
581. onApril10,20191946up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Technology is Heroin
582. onApril10,20191949up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Really do love the name. A few observations. "b8/copy-to-EAX" When consideri...
583. onApril10,20191945up2[hidden]akkartik:SubX: A minimalist assembly language for a subset of the x86 ISA
584. onApril9,20191933up2[hidden]enow:Yet another static blog generated via markdown
585. onApril7,20191936up2[hidden]rain1:Techniques for dealing with lack of motivation, malaise, depression [video] [1h]
586. onApril7,20191940up2[hidden]steve:Deploying A Self-Hosted Portable Notification Service
587. onApril7,20191938up2[hidden]rain1:Crawling out of the turing tarpit
588. onApril7,20191935up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "Towards the end of his life, Kurt Gödel developed severe mental problems and he...
589. onApril5,20191926up5[hidden]vzhou842:Why I Replaced Disqus and You Should Too
590. onApril4,20191924up2[hidden]rain1:Axioms and Proofs - World of Mathematics
591. onApril4,20191931up2[hidden]vermaden:Silent Fanless FreeBSD Server - Redundant Backup
592. onApril3,20191926up4[hidden]vzhou842:Why I Replaced Disqus and You Should Too
593. onApril2,20191930up2[hidden]enow:Typing with a piano
594. onApril2,20191869up5[hidden]whalabi:Google AMP lowered our page speed, and there's no choice but to use it
595. onApril2,20191927up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Creators Admit UNIX and C Were A Hoax
596. onApril2,20191865up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:H2 Forth CPU
597. onApril2,20191927up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Creators Admit UNIX and C Were A Hoax
598. onApril2,20191928up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Despite the problems, folks adapted the prank into a language usable enough that...
599. onApril2,20191926up3[hidden]vzhou842:Why I Replaced Disqus and You Should Too
600. onApril1,20191926up2[hidden]vzhou842:Why I Replaced Disqus and You Should Too
601. onMarch31,20191923up2[hidden]akkartik:> Just sent you a prototype of this idea.
602. onMarch31,20191922up2[hidden]akkartik:> I just noticed that you'd made this suggestion earlier:
603. onMarch29,20191906up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> I'm finding, repeatedly, that people don't seem to understand the question I'm a...
604. onMarch29,20191872up2[hidden]August-Garcia:[Laravel] Unique Rule SQL Injection Warning
605. onMarch29,20191873up2[hidden]rain1:Ron Kauk: Free Climber (1975) [video]
606. onMarch29,20191874up2[hidden]vermaden:AMD is Free from SPOLIER security exploit
607. onMarch29,20191875up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Falcon: A Graph Manipulation Language for Heterogenous Systems
608. onMarch29,20191879up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Quantum Machine Appears to Defy Universe's Push for Disorder
609. onMarch29,20191858up3[hidden]rain1:Checked C - Microsoft Research
610. onMarch29,20191860up3[hidden]rain1:Writing a Memory Allocator - Dmitry Soshnikov
611. onMarch29,20191862up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Why We Use Progressive Enhancement to Build GOV.UK
612. onMarch29,20191855up4[hidden]rain1:How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Algebraic Geometry
613. onMarch29,20191878up3[hidden]matt:Facebook Stored Hundreds of Millions of User Passwords in Plain Text for Years
614. onMarch29,20191865up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:H2 Forth CPU
615. onMarch29,20191881up3[hidden]anthonyg:Philadelphia's early-1800s wooden water pipes
616. onMarch29,20191869up4[hidden]whalabi:Google AMP lowered our page speed, and there's no choice but to use it
617. onMarch29,20191885up2[hidden]zge:WhatsApp statistics toolkit
618. onMarch29,20191888up2[hidden]enkiv2:A Lost Treasure of Xanadu
619. onMarch29,20191890up2[hidden]miles:The Definitive Classic Mac Pro (2006-2012) Upgrade Guide
620. onMarch29,20191886up3[hidden]iml:HONG JINYOUNG, Love Tonight [THE SHOW 190312] [video]
621. onMarch29,20191887up3[hidden]iml:DALsooobin, Katchup [THE SHOW 190305] [video]
622. onMarch29,20191884up4[hidden]August-Garcia:How To Make a Progressive Web App Out Of Your Existing Website
623. onMarch29,20191897up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:IBM iSeries (AS/400) Architecture
624. onMarch29,20191900up3[hidden]rain1:Greg Louganis - Poetry in Air [video]
625. onMarch29,20191899up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:Why Universal, Basic Income is a Bad Idea
626. onMarch29,20191904up3[hidden]JungleCat:B.B. King - Lucille
627. onMarch29,20191916up2[hidden]rain1:Free Flow - Hazel Findlay [video]
628. onMarch29,20191918up2[hidden]vzhou842:A Simple Explanation of Gini Impurity
629. onMarch29,20191914up2[hidden]yumaikas:> I don't have time to write out all the reasoning I could try to apply to this ri...
630. onMarch29,20191907up2[hidden]yumaikas:> If this is intended as a philosophical question, then it might help to frame it ...
631. onMarch29,20191911up2[hidden]yumaikas:> I think it is a little clearer. Is this partially about if a mirror actually h...
632. onMarch29,20191904up2[hidden]JungleCat:B.B. King - Lucille
633. onMarch29,20191891up3[hidden]enkiv2:End-user programming
634. onMarch29,20191900up2[hidden]rain1:Greg Louganis - Poetry in Air [video]
635. onMarch29,20191897up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:IBM iSeries (AS/400) Architecture
636. onMarch28,20191899up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Why Universal, Basic Income is a Bad Idea
637. onMarch28,20191837up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Dumbass Home 2.0: How to Automate Your Rented Box Today
638. onMarch28,20191899up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Why Universal, Basic Income is a Bad Idea
639. onMarch28,20191901up2[hidden]akkartik:> I'd love to see examples of non-appliance apps that you use.
640. onMarch28,20191893up4[hidden]enkiv2:> I think it's true of most proprietary applications, & most applications not ...
641. onMarch28,20191895up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> You might be using different apps than the majority of computer users. Maybe for...
642. onMarch28,20191899up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Why Universal, Basic Income is a Bad Idea
643. onMarch28,20191891up2[hidden]enkiv2:End-user programming
644. onMarch27,20191884up3[hidden]August-Garcia:How To Make a Progressive Web App Out Of Your Existing Website
645. onMarch27,20191886up2[hidden]iml:HONG JINYOUNG, Love Tonight [THE SHOW 190312] [video]
646. onMarch27,20191887up2[hidden]iml:DALsooobin, Katchup [THE SHOW 190305] [video]
647. onMarch27,20191896up2[hidden]enkiv2:> For any dynamic language with a REPL, you can expose the language & make it ...
648. onMarch26,20191893up3[hidden]enkiv2:> I think it's true of most proprietary applications, & most applications not ...
649. onMarch26,20191830up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger
650. onMarch26,20191893up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I think it's true of most proprietary applications, & most applications not ...
651. onMarch26,20191682up3[hidden]JungleCat:> Directory Opus. I'm not affiliated, but I'm such a fanboy, I just as well might ...
652. onMarch26,20191609up7[hidden]emily:Ask laarc: What apps do you love and/or use habitually?
653. onMarch25,20191877up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:Revolutionary Discovery of a Distributed Virus
654. onMarch25,20191889up2[hidden]enow:> By coincidence I just happen to find out about this system and the 2016 Werner H...
655. onMarch24,20191843up3[hidden]akkartik:> Interesting idea! Is the idea to provide a more familiar interface? Git c...
656. onMarch24,20191884up2[hidden]August-Garcia:How To Make a Progressive Web App Out Of Your Existing Website
657. onMarch24,20191870up3[hidden]rain1:Reddit PL Reading Group - Abstract Interpretation
658. onMarch23,20191830up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger
659. onMarch23,20191869up3[hidden]whalabi:Google AMP lowered our page speed, and there's no choice but to use it
660. onMarch23,20191877up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Revolutionary Discovery of a Distributed Virus
661. onMarch23,20191877up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Revolutionary Discovery of a Distributed Virus
662. onMarch21,20191881up2[hidden]anthonyg:Philadelphia's early-1800s wooden water pipes
663. onMarch21,20191878up2[hidden]matt:Facebook Stored Hundreds of Millions of User Passwords in Plain Text for Years
664. onMarch21,20191877up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Revolutionary Discovery of a Distributed Virus
665. onMarch21,20191865up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:H2 Forth CPU
666. onMarch21,20191855up3[hidden]rain1:How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Algebraic Geometry
667. onMarch21,20191870up2[hidden]rain1:Reddit PL Reading Group - Abstract Interpretation
668. onMarch20,20191869up2[hidden]whalabi:Google AMP lowered our page speed, and there's no choice but to use it
669. onMarch20,20191867up2[hidden]rain1:> Nice!
670. onMarch20,20191862up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Why We Use Progressive Enhancement to Build GOV.UK
671. onMarch20,20191816up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Silence is golden, especially when you need to say something important
672. onMarch19,20191860up2[hidden]rain1:Writing a Memory Allocator - Dmitry Soshnikov
673. onMarch19,20191858up2[hidden]rain1:Checked C - Microsoft Research
674. onMarch18,20191823up2[hidden]shawn:Remaking Celeste's Lighting
675. onMarch18,20191855up2[hidden]rain1:How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Algebraic Geometry
676. onMarch18,20191856up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Now, that's what I'm talking about! You just had worried there for a second! ;)<...
677. onMarch18,20191848up2[hidden]akkartik:> > Maybe start with Cyclone or Clay languages adding some features like Rust'...
678. onMarch18,20191847up2[hidden]akkartik:> You know all about my interest in bootstrapping, Nick :) The grand plan is to gr...
679. onMarch16,20191845up2[hidden]enow:> Ah thanks for the tips. Zim looks really nice in that it has a calendar and that...
680. onMarch16,20191833up2[hidden]sebastien:> I used Tomboy for years until I moved to Zim. At some point someone started GNot...
681. onMarch16,20191821up3[hidden]enow:Underrated and wrongfully forgotten software: Tomboy
682. onMarch16,20191846up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Cool post. I about choked on this part, though: "All languages tend to directl...
683. onMarch16,20191838up2[hidden]akkartik:How I Program: Four Example Projects
684. onMarch16,20191832up2[hidden]davidk01:What, Why, and How of Formal Methods
685. onMarch16,20191842up2[hidden]akkartik:> Yeah. The best I could do was
686. onMarch16,20191844up2[hidden]akkartik:> My `tangle` currently inserts `#line` directives, which helps with error message...
687. onMarch16,20191843up2[hidden]akkartik:> Interesting idea! Is the idea to provide a more familiar interface? Git c...
688. onMarch16,20191841up2[hidden]rain1:> Have you considered an automatic translation from layers to git commits?
689. onMarch16,20191839up2[hidden]rain1:> Hey basic-build is similar to my initial version of makes!
690. onMarch16,20191840up2[hidden]rain1:> basic-test is interesting, automatically generating the list of tests from the s...
691. onMarch16,20191830up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger
692. onMarch15,20191836up2[hidden]enkiv2:Context-centric cultures & call-out cultures
693. onMarch15,20191806up4[hidden]rain1:Why I Quit Tech and Became a Therapist
694. onMarch15,20191821up2[hidden]enow:Underrated and wrongfully forgotten software: Tomboy
695. onMarch15,20191797up3[hidden]rain1:Monoids and Graph Processing - frankmcsherry
696. onMarch15,20191826up2[hidden]rain1:JIT-less V8
697. onMarch15,20191825up2[hidden]vzhou842:How I Became a Programmer
698. onMarch14,20191793up3[hidden]August-Garcia:"Good Code Documents Itself" And Other Hilarious Jokes You Shouldn't Tell
699. onMarch14,20191824up2[hidden]rain1:Paging Implementation (Advanced Paging, rewrite) | Writing an OS in Rust
700. onMarch13,20191818up2[hidden]yogthos:Multithreading within a transducer
701. onMarch13,20191814up2[hidden]steve:Liberate your email
702. onMarch12,20191797up2[hidden]rain1:Monoids and Graph Processing - frankmcsherry
703. onMarch12,20191799up3[hidden]August-Garcia:What is the Wayback Machine? How Web Crawlers Preserve Internet History
704. onMarch12,20191805up3[hidden]rain1:A generalised solution to distributed consensus
705. onMarch12,20191806up3[hidden]rain1:Why I Quit Tech and Became a Therapist
706. onMarch11,20191800up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Varnish: Architect Notes (2006)
707. onMarch11,20191802up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Wrapping Up Wrapping Up The Earth
708. onMarch11,20191806up2[hidden]rain1:Why I Quit Tech and Became a Therapist
709. onMarch11,20191805up2[hidden]rain1:A generalised solution to distributed consensus
710. onMarch10,20191799up2[hidden]August-Garcia:What is the Wayback Machine? How Web Crawlers Preserve Internet History
711. onMarch10,20191801up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:7 best board games to help children think big
712. onMarch9,20191795up2[hidden]steve:Do Not Disturb: Tackling My Smartphone Addiction
713. onMarch9,20191793up2[hidden]August-Garcia:"Good Code Documents Itself" And Other Hilarious Jokes You Shouldn't Tell
714. onMarch9,20191794up2[hidden]enow:I see your brainfuck and raise one hyperfuck
715. onMarch9,20191784up3[hidden]rain1:See a Salamander Grow From a Single Cell in this Incredible Time-lapse [video]
716. onMarch9,20191778up2[hidden]emily:Your Life in Weeks
717. onMarch8,20191771up2[hidden]enkiv2:Systems Software Research is Irrelevant (aka utah2000 or utah2k)
718. onMarch8,20191789up2[hidden]JungleCat:> I was in actual awe when watching that, and I still am. What can I say? I think ...
719. onMarch8,20191784up2[hidden]rain1:See a Salamander Grow From a Single Cell in this Incredible Time-lapse [video]
720. onMarch7,20191785up2[hidden]emily:An Email Marketing Company Left 809 Million Records Exposed Online
721. onMarch7,20191779up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Viewing Matrices and Probability as Graphs
722. onMarch7,20191749up4[hidden]rain1:Proof Pad: A modern development environment for ACL2 with all the trimmings
723. onMarch7,20191768up2[hidden]superjs:JavaScript Dates Tutorial
724. onMarch6,20191776up2[hidden]steve:Using MRTG on OpenBSD Amsterdam
725. onMarch6,20191774up2[hidden]rain1:CSV is not a standard | Chris Warrick
726. onMarch6,20191775up2[hidden]rain1:Screw the box [video]
727. onMarch6,20191772up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Autistic Burnout: The Cost of Masking and Passing
728. onMarch6,20191703up5[hidden]rain1:The Emoji That Killed Chrome! [video]
729. onMarch6,20191765up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Sourcehut's Spartan Approach to Web Design
730. onMarch5,20191765up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Sourcehut's Spartan Approach to Web Design
731. onMarch5,20191754up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Choosing properties for property-based testing
732. onMarch4,20191701up2[hidden]JungleCat:> Yeah, but only because it was mentioned in the description :)
733. onMarch4,20191765up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Sourcehut's Spartan Approach to Web Design
734. onMarch4,20191743up3[hidden]yumaikas:Pydis: A redis clone in Python 3 to disprove some falsehoods about performance.
735. onMarch4,20191756up2[hidden]yogthos:Serverless collaborative editor using CRDT
736. onMarch3,20191742up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Absurd Structure of High School
737. onMarch3,20191745up4[hidden]enow:KeyNeat tool for us with acute mice allergy
738. onMarch3,20191749up3[hidden]rain1:Proof Pad: A modern development environment for ACL2 with all the trimmings
739. onMarch3,20191742up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Absurd Structure of High School
740. onMarch3,20191724up3[hidden]m1guelpf:Show laarc: A list of all the places you can get free stickers from
741. onMarch3,20191749up2[hidden]rain1:Proof Pad: A modern development environment for ACL2 with all the trimmings
742. onMarch2,20191738up2[hidden]matthieu:> I was using it on my OnePlus X (with an unofficial build of the version 16) it i...
743. onMarch2,20191736up2[hidden]JungleCat:> golang library with a lot of features:
744. onMarch2,20191745up3[hidden]enow:KeyNeat tool for us with acute mice allergy
745. onMarch2,20191705up3[hidden]rain1:GNU Mes Reduced Binary Seed bootstrap for GNU Guix [video]
746. onMarch2,20191741up3[hidden]i4cu:Bugs in Laarc
747. onMarch2,20191745up2[hidden]enow:KeyNeat tool for us with acute mice allergy
748. onMarch2,20191724up2[hidden]m1guelpf:Show laarc: A list of all the places you can get free stickers from
749. onMarch2,20191742up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Absurd Structure of High School
750. onMarch2,20191741up2[hidden]i4cu:Bugs in Laarc
751. onMarch2,20191743up2[hidden]yumaikas:Pydis: A redis clone in Python 3 to disprove some falsehoods about performance.
752. onMarch1,20191702up4[hidden]akkartik:> HN's 'hide' link, please.
753. onMarch1,20191735up2[hidden]enow:A Modern Classic: Content Aware Image Resizing
754. onMarch1,20191731up3[hidden]yogthos:A JSON/EDN browser for the terminal
755. onMarch1,20191730up2[hidden]yumaikas:"It's done in hardware so it's cheap"
756. onFeb28,20191731up2[hidden]yogthos:A JSON/EDN browser for the terminal
757. onFeb28,20191728up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The hard part in becoming a command line wizard
758. onFeb28,20191729up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Hyperscan: A Fast Multi-pattern Regex Matcher for Modern CPUs
759. onFeb28,20191728up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The hard part in becoming a command line wizard
760. onFeb28,20191726up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:From Doodling to Dollars
761. onFeb28,20191703up4[hidden]rain1:The Emoji That Killed Chrome! [video]
762. onFeb28,20191725up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Top 10 Design Flaws in the Human Body
763. onFeb28,20191725up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Top 10 Design Flaws in the Human Body
764. onFeb28,20191723up2[hidden]emily:Ask Laarc: Is there a React or ReactNative talk topic you'd like to see?
765. onFeb27,20191721up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Abstract: "Many security and software testing applications require checking whet...
766. onFeb27,20191720up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:A Survey of Symbolic Execution Techniques (2018)
767. onFeb27,20191715up2[hidden]ochronus:> Been there, done that -
768. onFeb27,20191689up2[hidden]JungleCat:Haujobb Amiga Framework
769. onFeb27,20191709up2[hidden]enkiv2:Computer Software (1984)
770. onFeb27,20191707up2[hidden]akkartik:De Novo Origins of Multicellularity in Response to Predation
771. onFeb27,20191708up2[hidden]akkartik:> "Multicellular organisms have evolved from unicellular ancestors dozens of ti...
772. onFeb27,20191714up3[hidden]August-Garcia:Dwitter: 140 Character JS Projects
773. onFeb27,20191714up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Dwitter: 140 Character JS Projects
774. onFeb27,20191703up3[hidden]rain1:The Emoji That Killed Chrome! [video]
775. onFeb27,20191711up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:What are some good tiny projects for learning a language or technique?
776. onFeb27,20191712up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> There's already people here thinking about stuff like this. So, I'm cross-postin...
777. onFeb27,20191668up2[hidden]davidk01:> We wanted performance and we got it. In exchange we gave up security.
778. onFeb26,20191705up2[hidden]rain1:GNU Mes Reduced Binary Seed bootstrap for GNU Guix [video]
779. onFeb26,20191646up5[hidden]rain1:Forth The Invisible Language - Wolf Wejgaard (1996)
780. onFeb26,20191703up2[hidden]rain1:The Emoji That Killed Chrome! [video]
781. onFeb25,20191236up2[hidden]rain1:> fix doubleposting, If i click "add comment" twice quickly 2 comments may be post...
782. onFeb25,20191697up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:DeathHacks
783. onFeb25,20191700up2[hidden]JungleCat:> I didn't mention it at first because it's specific to making music, but for that...
784. onFeb25,20191702up3[hidden]akkartik:> HN's 'hide' link, please.
785. onFeb25,20191181up3[hidden]shawn:> Ok, you can combine tags using boolean operators:
786. onFeb25,20191667up6[hidden]akkartik:Google Says Spectre And Meltdown Are Too Difficult To Fix
787. onFeb25,20191702up2[hidden]akkartik:> HN's 'hide' link, please.
788. onFeb25,20191693up2[hidden]JungleCat:TBC - Sincere
789. onFeb25,20191585up4[hidden]matthieu:DK's Musicbox - Confronting Myself / Resurrections (Celeste Cover) [music]
790. onFeb25,20191594up2[hidden]shawn:> Anyone know what this instrument is?
791. onFeb25,20191539up4[hidden]sillysaurus:Do Not Feed the Energy Creatures (1996)
792. onFeb25,20191555up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This metaphor reminds me of psychic vampires. I wonder if this predates Don't Fe...
793. onFeb25,20191614up3[hidden]paleocapital:> +1 for Christopher Alexander's books as referenced in the article. He's done som...
794. onFeb25,20191631up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Terrific article, rain1! Only thing that threw me is how hard it was for author ...
795. onFeb25,20191682up2[hidden]JungleCat:> Directory Opus. I'm not affiliated, but I'm such a fanboy, I just as well might ...
796. onFeb25,20191613up5[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Why you think you're right, even when you're wrong
797. onFeb25,20191609up6[hidden]emily:Ask laarc: What apps do you love and/or use habitually?
798. onFeb24,20191665up3[hidden]Doreen:Jane Goodall: How ending poverty and protecting the environment go hand in hand
799. onFeb24,20191578up6[hidden]rain1:Death To Minimalism
800. onFeb24,20191302up2[hidden]manuel:How to Hear Like a Champion Birder (2017)
801. onFeb24,20191605up3[hidden]shawn:Show laarc: Questions and Answers
802. onFeb24,20191658up3[hidden]vzhou842:Properly Size Images for the Web
803. onFeb24,20191667up5[hidden]akkartik:Google Says Spectre And Meltdown Are Too Difficult To Fix
804. onFeb24,20191688up1[hidden]JungleCat:> for the sake of mobile users ^^
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805. onFeb24,20191674up3[hidden]rain1:Openconstructor
806. onFeb24,20191688down2[hidden]JungleCat:> for the sake of mobile users ^^
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807. onFeb24,20191663up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Why Do We Pay Pure Mathematicians? (2015)
808. onFeb24,2019991up2[hidden]shawn:Rasputin - Love The Way You Move [music]
809. onFeb24,20191558up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Man discovers 30 year old Apple computer still in working order
810. onFeb24,20191546up4[hidden]shawn:Loneliness [video]
811. onFeb24,20191508up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That's awesome. I think the extra signifigance here is it was cross-posted from ...
812. onFeb24,20191581up2[hidden]haptic:Manners Maketh Man
813. onFeb24,20191685up3[hidden]davidk01:Cargo Cult Saturation
814. onFeb24,20191687up2[hidden]davidk01:The Tragedy of the Commons
815. onFeb24,20191663up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Why Do We Pay Pure Mathematicians? (2015)
816. onFeb24,20191685up2[hidden]davidk01:Cargo Cult Saturation
817. onFeb24,20191598up2[hidden]shawn:> Which libraries do you use under the hood? Akkartik pointed out feedparser last ...
818. onFeb24,20191669up2[hidden]shawn:The StarCraft path-finding hack
819. onFeb24,20191609up5[hidden]emily:Ask laarc: What apps do you love and/or use habitually?
820. onFeb23,20191667up4[hidden]akkartik:Google Says Spectre And Meltdown Are Too Difficult To Fix
821. onFeb23,20191676up2[hidden]chewzerita:> Looks cool, but the interface is kind of a black box. I don't really know how to...
822. onFeb23,20191674up2[hidden]rain1:Openconstructor
823. onFeb23,20191670up2[hidden]wheresvic:Questions to ask at the end of a technical interview
824. onFeb23,20191667up3[hidden]akkartik:Google Says Spectre And Meltdown Are Too Difficult To Fix
825. onFeb23,20191666up2[hidden]Doreen:States Rebalance Their Colorado River Use as Global Warming Dries the Region
826. onFeb23,20191665up2[hidden]Doreen:Jane Goodall: How ending poverty and protecting the environment go hand in hand
827. onFeb23,20191664up2[hidden]emily:I've Interviewed 300 High Achievers About Their Morning Routines
828. onFeb23,20191657up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Compiling with Dependent Types
829. onFeb23,20191653up4[hidden]graygnome:Jrnl- The Command Line Journal
830. onFeb23,20191657up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Compiling with Dependent Types
831. onFeb23,20191667up2[hidden]akkartik:Google Says Spectre And Meltdown Are Too Difficult To Fix
832. onFeb23,20191651up4[hidden]begriffs:Browsing a remote git repository
833. onFeb23,20191653up3[hidden]graygnome:Jrnl- The Command Line Journal
834. onFeb22,20191652up3[hidden]rain1:> very nice simple piece of kit, making use of something like ftp instead of inven...
835. onFeb22,20191645up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Someone should probably tell the frozen desert industry, too.
836. onFeb22,20191644up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This problem is why I favor both security regulations and court liability, esp f...
837. onFeb22,20191641up3[hidden]rain1:> It's highly recommend to play The Witness before watching this!
838. onFeb22,20191639up2[hidden]steve:> Most people who self host wordpress aren't really aware of the bugs, so tend not...
839. onFeb22,20191638up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> Vim Google Sheets
840. onFeb22,20191635up2[hidden]emily:> Nice. I’m a noob when it comes to both vim and Emacs, but especially Emacs— what...
841. onFeb22,20191634up2[hidden]emily:> How do you even go about trying to stamp out something like this, or even someth...
842. onFeb22,20191633up3[hidden]emily:> Zim strikes me as trying to get at some of the same features/conveniences of thi...
843. onFeb22,20191632up3[hidden]emily:> That moment when you realize you’ve been using the word “novelty” wrong from day...
844. onFeb22,20191631up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Terrific article, rain1! Only thing that threw me is how hard it was for author ...
845. onFeb22,20191630up3[hidden]steve:> On the Mac, I mostly use: * iTerm2 * Firefox * LibreOffice * Joplin * ...
846. onFeb22,20191627up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Zim looks pretty cool. It reminds me of lightweight, HTML editors I used long ag...
847. onFeb22,20191628up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> First one was good. That one is even better! Thanks for link!
848. onFeb22,20191625up4[hidden]sebastien:> Aside from the obvious text editor (nvim-gtk) and terminal (tilix), Zim
849. onFeb22,20191637up3[hidden]August-Garcia:> --……………..¸„„„„¡¡|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||¡¡„¸ ………..¸„¡¡¡...
850. onFeb22,20191654up3[hidden]sebastien:> Well, the HTML editing of Zim might be its weak point. The formatting is a bit f...
851. onFeb22,20191655up3[hidden]sebastien:> Notion is actually really awesome, they got everything right, except the pricing...
852. onFeb22,20191661up2[hidden]begriffs:> Hey thanks. The project is also an excuse to practice Unix network programming...
853. onFeb22,20191660up3[hidden]dvn:> ----Productivity and General---- Minimalist CLI password management -
854. onFeb22,20191626up3[hidden]rain1:Let's #TalkConcurrency with Sir Tony Hoare, Joe Armstrong, Carl Hewitt [video]
855. onFeb22,20191660up2[hidden]dvn:> ----Productivity and General---- Minimalist CLI password management -
856. onFeb22,20191652up2[hidden]rain1:> very nice simple piece of kit, making use of something like ftp instead of inven...
857. onFeb22,20191626up2[hidden]rain1:Let's #TalkConcurrency with Sir Tony Hoare, Joe Armstrong, Carl Hewitt [video]
858. onFeb22,20191659up2[hidden]rain1:Code Injection (2019) [rain1]
859. onFeb22,20191658up2[hidden]vzhou842:Properly Size Images for the Web
860. onFeb22,20191657up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Compiling with Dependent Types
861. onFeb22,20191651up3[hidden]begriffs:Browsing a remote git repository
862. onFeb22,20191653up2[hidden]graygnome:Jrnl- The Command Line Journal
863. onFeb22,20191648up4[hidden]davidk01:Validating a Coordination Protocol with Alloy
864. onFeb22,20191649up3[hidden]tedu:Modern Microprocessors
865. onFeb22,20191646up4[hidden]rain1:Forth The Invisible Language - Wolf Wejgaard (1996)
866. onFeb22,20191647up3[hidden]akkartik:The USE Method: emergency checklist for performance issues
867. onFeb22,20191643up2[hidden]rain1:The Witness Documentary [video]
868. onFeb22,20191642up2[hidden]krapp:Wednesday Campanella - Sen no Rikyu
869. onFeb22,20191640up2[hidden]rain1:We Play The Witness with Jonathan Blow [video]
870. onFeb22,20191647up2[hidden]akkartik:The USE Method: emergency checklist for performance issues
871. onFeb22,20191646up3[hidden]rain1:Forth The Invisible Language - Wolf Wejgaard (1996)
872. onFeb22,20191655up2[hidden]sebastien:> Notion is actually really awesome, they got everything right, except the pricing...
873. onFeb22,20191648up3[hidden]davidk01:Validating a Coordination Protocol with Alloy
874. onFeb22,20191654up2[hidden]sebastien:> Well, the HTML editing of Zim might be its weak point. The formatting is a bit f...
875. onFeb22,20191649up2[hidden]tedu:Modern Microprocessors
876. onFeb22,20191651up2[hidden]begriffs:Browsing a remote git repository
877. onFeb22,20191648up2[hidden]davidk01:Validating a Coordination Protocol with Alloy
878. onFeb21,20191613up4[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Why you think you're right, even when you're wrong
879. onFeb21,20191615up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:History of the Strongtalk Project
880. onFeb21,20191596up8[hidden]guybedo:Show laarc: News Aggregator + RSS Reader
881. onFeb21,20191603up2[hidden]davidk01:Tell laarc: Formal Methods Meetup Group (San Francisco, CA)
882. onFeb21,20191646up2[hidden]rain1:Forth The Invisible Language - Wolf Wejgaard (1996)
883. onFeb21,2019672up3[hidden]shawn:> One advantage of not having types is having a repl, which party moves the pain o...
884. onFeb21,20191632up2[hidden]emily:> That moment when you realize you’ve been using the word “novelty” wrong from day...
885. onFeb21,20191637up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> --……………..¸„„„„¡¡|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||¡¡„¸ ………..¸„¡¡¡...
886. onFeb21,20191641up2[hidden]rain1:> It's highly recommend to play The Witness before watching this!
887. onFeb21,20191633up2[hidden]emily:> Zim strikes me as trying to get at some of the same features/conveniences of thi...
888. onFeb21,20191623up3[hidden]shawn:How Microwaving Grapes Makes Plasma [video]
889. onFeb21,20191636up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Five Tasks You Didn't Know Could be Done with Google Sheets
890. onFeb21,20191629up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Six, Fundamental, Human Needs to Be at Our Best
891. onFeb21,20191611up5[hidden]rain1:Explaining Code using ASCII Art
892. onFeb21,20191596up7[hidden]guybedo:Show laarc: News Aggregator + RSS Reader
893. onFeb21,20191622up3[hidden]steve:WordPress 5.0.0 Remote Code Execution
894. onFeb21,20191627up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Zim looks pretty cool. It reminds me of lightweight, HTML editors I used long ag...
895. onFeb21,20191620up3[hidden]rain1:Nostalgia time... [HN comment]
896. onFeb21,20191629up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Six, Fundamental, Human Needs to Be at Our Best
897. onFeb21,20191630up2[hidden]steve:> On the Mac, I mostly use: * iTerm2 * Firefox * LibreOffice * Joplin * ...
898. onFeb21,20191578up5[hidden]rain1:Death To Minimalism
899. onFeb21,20191597up3[hidden]shawn:Celeste Original Soundtrack - 03 - Resurrections [music]
900. onFeb21,20191617up4[hidden]catacombs:> Emacs with Evil mode -- I spent the last year learning vim and swore I'd never u...
901. onFeb21,20191623up2[hidden]shawn:How Microwaving Grapes Makes Plasma [video]
902. onFeb21,20191625up3[hidden]sebastien:> Aside from the obvious text editor (nvim-gtk) and terminal (tilix), Zim
903. onFeb20,20191604up4[hidden]palish:Why a Grape Turns Into a Fireball in a Microwave
904. onFeb20,20191625up2[hidden]sebastien:> Aside from the obvious text editor (nvim-gtk) and terminal (tilix), Zim
905. onFeb20,20191582up4[hidden]manuel:Introducing the Rust crash course
906. onFeb20,20191622up2[hidden]steve:WordPress 5.0.0 Remote Code Execution
907. onFeb20,20191621up2[hidden]sebastien:What is Zephyr ASDL?
908. onFeb20,20191620up2[hidden]rain1:Nostalgia time... [HN comment]
909. onFeb20,20191557up5[hidden]shawn:The log/event processing pipeline you can't have
910. onFeb20,20191582up3[hidden]manuel:Introducing the Rust crash course
911. onFeb20,20191610up5[hidden]rain1:> simon tathams puzzle collection insight timer
912. onFeb20,20191614up2[hidden]paleocapital:> +1 for Christopher Alexander's books as referenced in the article. He's done som...
913. onFeb20,20191617up3[hidden]catacombs:> Emacs with Evil mode -- I spent the last year learning vim and swore I'd never u...
914. onFeb20,20191618up3[hidden]catacombs:> pup (https://github.c...
915. onFeb20,20191619up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Basic, text editors. They're fast, save things in efficient way, rarely crash, a...
916. onFeb20,20191618up2[hidden]catacombs:> pup (https://github.c...
917. onFeb19,20191604up3[hidden]palish:Why a Grape Turns Into a Fireball in a Microwave
918. onFeb19,20191596up6[hidden]guybedo:Show laarc: News Aggregator + RSS Reader
919. onFeb19,20191619up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Basic, text editors. They're fast, save things in efficient way, rarely crash, a...
920. onFeb19,20191616up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Testing Distributed Systems with Deterministic Simulation (FoundationDB)
921. onFeb19,20191615up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:History of the Strongtalk Project
922. onFeb19,20191616up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Testing Distributed Systems with Deterministic Simulation (FoundationDB)
923. onFeb19,20191613up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Why you think you're right, even when you're wrong
924. onFeb19,20191617up2[hidden]catacombs:> Emacs with Evil mode -- I spent the last year learning vim and swore I'd never u...
925. onFeb19,20191610up4[hidden]rain1:> simon tathams puzzle collection insight timer
926. onFeb19,20191604up2[hidden]palish:Why a Grape Turns Into a Fireball in a Microwave
927. onFeb19,20191562up5[hidden]August-Garcia:How To Scrape The Web With BeautifulSoup4 and Python
928. onFeb19,20191611up4[hidden]rain1:Explaining Code using ASCII Art
929. onFeb19,20191616up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Testing Distributed Systems with Deterministic Simulation (FoundationDB)
930. onFeb19,20191615up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:History of the Strongtalk Project
931. onFeb19,20191609up4[hidden]emily:Ask laarc: What apps do you love and/or use habitually?
932. onFeb19,20191610up3[hidden]rain1:> simon tathams puzzle collection insight timer
933. onFeb19,20191611up3[hidden]rain1:Explaining Code using ASCII Art
934. onFeb19,20191610up2[hidden]rain1:> simon tathams puzzle collection insight timer
935. onFeb19,20191582up2[hidden]manuel:Introducing the Rust crash course
936. onFeb19,20191595up3[hidden]gpone:A Minimalist Guide to FoundationDB
937. onFeb19,20191613up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Why you think you're right, even when you're wrong
938. onFeb19,20191612up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The "Wrapping The Earth" Problem
939. onFeb19,20191600up2[hidden]vermaden:FreeBSD Desktop - Part 12 - Configuration - Openbox
940. onFeb19,20191611up2[hidden]rain1:Explaining Code using ASCII Art
941. onFeb19,20191570up5[hidden]rain1:PL Reading Group - Week 4: Definitional Interpreters
942. onFeb19,20191609up3[hidden]emily:Ask laarc: What apps do you love and/or use habitually?
943. onFeb19,20191606up3[hidden]emily:> Thank you for this. One of the funniest, most “yes, totally” things I’ve read la...
944. onFeb19,20191609up2[hidden]emily:Ask laarc: What apps do you love and/or use habitually?
945. onFeb19,20191596up5[hidden]guybedo:Show laarc: News Aggregator + RSS Reader
946. onFeb19,20191608up2[hidden]emily:Show laarc: This person is publicly live-coding their startup
947. onFeb19,20191571up5[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Unexpected Interaction Of Features
948. onFeb19,20191585up3[hidden]matthieu:DK's Musicbox - Confronting Myself / Resurrections (Celeste Cover) [music]
949. onFeb19,20191607up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Linux x86 Program Startup
950. onFeb19,20191606up2[hidden]emily:> Thank you for this. One of the funniest, most “yes, totally” things I’ve read la...
951. onFeb19,20191578up4[hidden]rain1:Death To Minimalism
952. onFeb19,20191599up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:What even is a number?
953. onFeb19,20191605up2[hidden]shawn:Show laarc: Questions and Answers
954. onFeb18,2019467up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Key points: “All of the not-so-sexy tasks I was focusing on — actually engagin...
955. onFeb18,20191601up2[hidden]akkartik:> Indeed:
956. onFeb18,20191602up2[hidden]davidk01:The Secret Lives of Color
957. onFeb18,20191596up4[hidden]guybedo:Show laarc: News Aggregator + RSS Reader
958. onFeb18,20191572up2[hidden]rain1:> This is a nice example of the unix philosophy. Showing how important orthogonali...
959. onFeb18,20191571up4[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Unexpected Interaction Of Features
960. onFeb18,20191596up3[hidden]guybedo:Show laarc: News Aggregator + RSS Reader
961. onFeb18,20191599up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:What even is a number?
962. onFeb18,20191597up2[hidden]shawn:Celeste Original Soundtrack - 03 - Resurrections [music]
963. onFeb18,20191578up3[hidden]rain1:Death To Minimalism
964. onFeb18,20191596up2[hidden]guybedo:Show laarc: News Aggregator + RSS Reader
965. onFeb18,20191595up2[hidden]gpone:A Minimalist Guide to FoundationDB
966. onFeb18,20191577up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Good points on the ethics of web performance according to those that care about ...
967. onFeb18,20191579up2[hidden]sebastien:> That sounds almost too good to be true! It's interesting to see there is still i...
968. onFeb18,20191570up4[hidden]rain1:PL Reading Group - Week 4: Definitional Interpreters
969. onFeb18,20191511up5[hidden]matt:Laarc now has a Matrix chat room
970. onFeb18,20191556up3[hidden]davidk01:You can't impress developers. So don't try.
971. onFeb18,20191585up2[hidden]matthieu:DK's Musicbox - Confronting Myself / Resurrections (Celeste Cover) [music]
972. onFeb18,20191575up2[hidden]lexda15:Show laarc: Automate Remote Job Search
973. onFeb18,20191578up2[hidden]rain1:Death To Minimalism
974. onFeb18,20191574up2[hidden]rain1:Yr So Wet 3.0 - Ultrademon + Dj Kiff - "Bubbles" SPLASH008 [Music]
975. onFeb18,20191545up2[hidden]manuel:The Ethics of Web Performance
976. onFeb18,20191562up4[hidden]August-Garcia:How To Scrape The Web With BeautifulSoup4 and Python
977. onFeb18,20191570up3[hidden]rain1:PL Reading Group - Week 4: Definitional Interpreters
978. onFeb18,20191571up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Unexpected Interaction Of Features
979. onFeb18,20191570up2[hidden]rain1:PL Reading Group - Week 4: Definitional Interpreters
980. onFeb18,20191571up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Unexpected Interaction Of Features
981. onFeb18,20191560up4[hidden]gpone:Porting Zig to NetBSD - a fun, speedy port
982. onFeb18,20191562up3[hidden]August-Garcia:How To Scrape The Web With BeautifulSoup4 and Python
983. onFeb18,20191557up4[hidden]shawn:The log/event processing pipeline you can't have
984. onFeb18,20191344up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> That all makes sense - I need to find out more about the "special" tags. I take...
985. onFeb18,20191562up2[hidden]August-Garcia:How To Scrape The Web With BeautifulSoup4 and Python
986. onFeb18,20191441up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> It was pretty captivating for me since it painted an accurate picture. Mostly ac...
987. onFeb18,20191555up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This metaphor reminds me of psychic vampires. I wonder if this predates Don't Fe...
988. onFeb18,20191491up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> They really were ahead. I'm not sure why. They seem to do a mix of mathematical ...
989. onFeb18,20191500up3[hidden]davidk01:> It's a tricky balance. I didn't say being selfish or not was good or bad but tha...
990. onFeb18,20191550up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Abstract: "Programs written in C/C++ can suffer from serious memory fragmentatio...
991. onFeb18,20191554up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Abstract: “This work reports on the verification of a complex instruction set co...
992. onFeb18,20191552up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I got Mesh from Hacker News. Someone said their shuffle vector looks like Fisher...
993. onFeb18,20191561up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore...
994. onFeb18,20191123up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> Here's a less math heavy overview of what's going on, from a very high level: ...
995. onFeb18,20191322up2[hidden]i4cu:> I know I'll be an outlier here, but I'm going to say it anyway: Total BS! Brow...
996. onFeb18,20191561up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore...
997. onFeb18,20191560up3[hidden]gpone:Porting Zig to NetBSD - a fun, speedy port
998. onFeb18,20191556up2[hidden]davidk01:You can't impress developers. So don't try.
999. onFeb18,20191558up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Man discovers 30 year old Apple computer still in working order
1000. onFeb18,20191560up2[hidden]gpone:Porting Zig to NetBSD - a fun, speedy port
1001. onFeb17,20191537up3[hidden]nickb:The 99% (of startups)
1002. onFeb17,20191557up3[hidden]shawn:The log/event processing pipeline you can't have
1003. onFeb17,20191557up2[hidden]shawn:The log/event processing pipeline you can't have
1004. onFeb17,20191523up3[hidden]akkartik:The point of high marginal tax rates is not to make rich people pay more taxes
1005. onFeb17,20191553up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Formal Verification of Pipelined Y86-64 Microprocessors with UCLID5
1006. onFeb17,20191551up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Fisher-Yates Shuffle
1007. onFeb17,20191549up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Mesh: Compacting Memory Management for C/C++ Applications
1008. onFeb17,20191546up3[hidden]shawn:Loneliness [video]
1009. onFeb17,20191537up2[hidden]nickb:The 99% (of startups)
1010. onFeb17,20191539up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Do Not Feed the Energy Creatures (1996)
1011. onFeb17,20191548up2[hidden]Doreen:> I'm 53. Age and experience have some value. Meanwhile, most of the world seems t...
1012. onFeb17,20191546up2[hidden]shawn:Loneliness [video]
1013. onFeb17,20191541up2[hidden]rain1:> Hi folks, I am not working anything programming related this week
1014. onFeb17,20191526up3[hidden]Doreen:> Realizing I need to figure out how to introduce myself. My lack of a succinct, i...
1015. onFeb17,20191502up4[hidden]matt:> I'm learning more about some of the burgeoning projects in the 'fediverse'. The ...
1016. onFeb17,20191539up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Do Not Feed the Energy Creatures (1996)
1017. onFeb17,20191518up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Say what you want about Microsoft, but the language and verification teams at Mi...
1018. onFeb17,20191519up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> After observing it in the wild, I drew this illustration for scientific purposes...
1019. onFeb17,20191520up2[hidden]steve:> If you want to play with WriteFreely without an install, I have an instance at <...
1020. onFeb17,20191521up2[hidden]steve:> I've been cleaning a lot, and getting around after hurting my foot a bit. I'm ...
1021. onFeb17,20191522up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That's interesting. I can see that. It affected me heavily in the past. Actually...
1022. onFeb17,20191528up2[hidden]davidk01:> But it sounds like you are self aware enough to see where you stand. I think tha...
1023. onFeb17,20191526up2[hidden]Doreen:> Realizing I need to figure out how to introduce myself. My lack of a succinct, i...
1024. onFeb17,20191525up3[hidden]Doreen:> Brilliance without discipline is a dead end. Brilliance without discipl...
1025. onFeb17,20191524up2[hidden]akkartik:To combat climate change, pretend it's aliens
1026. onFeb17,20191527up3[hidden]davidk01:Masterminds of Programming: Chuck Moore
1027. onFeb17,20191515up3[hidden]davidk01:Coordinating with Appendable Data Structures
1028. onFeb17,20191523up2[hidden]akkartik:The point of high marginal tax rates is not to make rich people pay more taxes
1029. onFeb17,20191512up2[hidden]shawn:> Done: http...
1030. onFeb17,20191522up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That's interesting. I can see that. It affected me heavily in the past. Actually...
1031. onFeb17,20191527up2[hidden]davidk01:Masterminds of Programming: Chuck Moore
1032. onFeb17,20191525up2[hidden]Doreen:> Brilliance without discipline is a dead end. Brilliance without discipl...
1033. onFeb17,20191517up2[hidden]haptic:How often does an integer occur as a binomial coefficient? [pdf]
1034. onFeb17,20191522up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That's interesting. I can see that. It affected me heavily in the past. Actually...
1035. onFeb17,20191488up2[hidden]palish:Andrew Ng: How to Choose Your First AI Project
1036. onFeb17,20191489up2[hidden]palish:Fighting misinformation on social media using crowdsourced judgments of quality
1037. onFeb17,20191493up2[hidden]sillysaurus:The men fighting Florida's python epidemic
1038. onFeb17,20191514up2[hidden]farmer:Dolphins Seem to Use Toxic Pufferfish to Get High
1039. onFeb17,20191511up4[hidden]matt:Laarc now has a Matrix chat room
1040. onFeb17,20191500up2[hidden]davidk01:> It's a tricky balance. I didn't say being selfish or not was good or bad but tha...
1041. onFeb17,20191490up3[hidden]farmer:Microsoft Research's community of software engineering tools
1042. onFeb17,20191515up2[hidden]davidk01:Coordinating with Appendable Data Structures
1043. onFeb16,20191483up4[hidden]rain1:Compiler Fundamentals: Closure Conversion [rain1]
1044. onFeb16,20191490up2[hidden]farmer:Microsoft Research's community of software engineering tools
1045. onFeb16,20191511up3[hidden]matt:Laarc now has a Matrix chat room
1046. onFeb16,20191511up2[hidden]matt:Laarc now has a Matrix chat room
1047. onFeb16,2019743up3[hidden]test_acck:> A more privacy-friendly, free/open source chat option like Matrix (Riot's a good...
1048. onFeb16,20191510up3[hidden]akkartik:Holding reader attention in the presence of hyperlinks
1049. onFeb16,20191510up2[hidden]akkartik:Holding reader attention in the presence of hyperlinks
1050. onFeb16,20191509up2[hidden]kevin:> That's great, thank you for sharing!
1051. onFeb16,20191507up2[hidden]shawn:Releasing Transient (Magit-Popup Successor)
1052. onFeb16,20191497up3[hidden]raph:> Every "major" blog post I write gets picked up on HN now. It's a blessing and a ...
1053. onFeb16,20191495up2[hidden]shawn:> Looks like this got picked up on HN:
1054. onFeb16,20191502up3[hidden]matt:> I'm learning more about some of the burgeoning projects in the 'fediverse'. The ...
1055. onFeb16,20191481up4[hidden]tflop:> Trying to learn GANs to see if it can be applied to enhancing the resolution of ...
1056. onFeb16,20191477up4[hidden]davidk01:> The usual stuff of reading a book and thinking up of things that could be modell...
1057. onFeb16,20191475up3[hidden]admg:> I'm doing a little bit of learning swift. We had a 'developer day' today at wo...
1058. onFeb16,20191502up2[hidden]matt:> I'm learning more about some of the burgeoning projects in the 'fediverse'. The ...
1059. onFeb16,20191462up3[hidden]shawn:Ask Laarc: What are you working on this weekend?
1060. onFeb16,20191499up2[hidden]zge:Systems Thinking Speech by Dr. Russell Ackoff
1061. onFeb16,20191070up4[hidden]akkartik:> Yeah, I think that's my fundamental disagreement here. You're just never going t...
1062. onFeb16,20191497up2[hidden]raph:> Every "major" blog post I write gets picked up on HN now. It's a blessing and a ...
1063. onFeb16,20191471up3[hidden]emily:> I feel like Webpack gets a lot of random hate these days, but really, nothing el...
1064. onFeb16,20191494up2[hidden]haptic:Butterflow: Motion interpolated and fluid slow-mo videos from the command line
1065. onFeb16,20191454up5[hidden]skintor:Your money can be stolen from your Uber account
1066. onFeb16,20191479up3[hidden]davidk01:> > Finally, the hundred-year infrastructure would embody an understanding tha...
1067. onFeb16,20191463up3[hidden]caius:> Ikea! * Ikea Galant sit/stand motorised desk (small one, but cheap secondhand ...
1068. onFeb16,20191485up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> True on the first part. Two issues with this... "The BBM is fundamentally a se...
1069. onFeb16,20191491up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> They really were ahead. I'm not sure why. They seem to do a mix of mathematical ...
1070. onFeb16,20191478up3[hidden]davidk01:> Margaret Hamilton is one of my heroes. The kind of work they did for the Apollo ...
1071. onFeb16,20191482up3[hidden]August-Garcia:> Created a public Slack workspace. Feel free to join. Info here:
1072. onFeb16,20191483up3[hidden]rain1:Compiler Fundamentals: Closure Conversion [rain1]
1073. onFeb16,20191484up2[hidden]zge:Some Remarks on the Modern Web
1074. onFeb16,20191481up3[hidden]tflop:> Trying to learn GANs to see if it can be applied to enhancing the resolution of ...
1075. onFeb16,20191477up3[hidden]davidk01:> The usual stuff of reading a book and thinking up of things that could be modell...
1076. onFeb16,20191483up2[hidden]rain1:Compiler Fundamentals: Closure Conversion [rain1]
1077. onFeb16,20191476up2[hidden]rain1:【衝撃映像】キングサーモンのお腹の中身がイクラまみれだった King salmon [video]
1078. onFeb16,20191482up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> Created a public Slack workspace. Feel free to join. Info here:
1079. onFeb16,20191481up2[hidden]tflop:> Trying to learn GANs to see if it can be applied to enhancing the resolution of ...
1080. onFeb16,20191479up2[hidden]davidk01:> > Finally, the hundred-year infrastructure would embody an understanding tha...
1081. onFeb16,20191480up3[hidden]davidk01:> Brilliance without discipline is a dead end. I don't think this is specific to l...
1082. onFeb16,20191478up2[hidden]davidk01:> Margaret Hamilton is one of my heroes. The kind of work they did for the Apollo ...
1083. onFeb16,20191477up2[hidden]davidk01:> The usual stuff of reading a book and thinking up of things that could be modell...
1084. onFeb16,20191480up2[hidden]davidk01:> Brilliance without discipline is a dead end. I don't think this is specific to l...
1085. onFeb15,20191432up3[hidden]emily:> I find it really, deeply interesting how much importance is often placed on some...
1086. onFeb15,20191474up2[hidden]haptic:Quantum Randomness (2014)
1087. onFeb15,20191430up3[hidden]rain1:The Hundred-Year Infrastructure
1088. onFeb15,20191427up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Her Code Got Humans to the Moon - And Invented Software Itself
1089. onFeb15,20191462up2[hidden]shawn:Ask Laarc: What are you working on this weekend?
1090. onFeb15,20191455up3[hidden]nickb:A billion-dollar empire made of mobile homes
1091. onFeb15,20191467up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Cisp: A Common LISP Interpreter Built in COBOL
1092. onFeb15,20191475up2[hidden]admg:> I'm doing a little bit of learning swift. We had a 'developer day' today at wo...
1093. onFeb15,20191431up3[hidden]emily:These Are the 24 Sounds Humans Use to Communicate Without Words
1094. onFeb15,20191471up2[hidden]emily:> I feel like Webpack gets a lot of random hate these days, but really, nothing el...
1095. onFeb15,20191470up3[hidden]vzhou842:Why Webpack? (or, How Not to Serve Javascript)
1096. onFeb15,20191454up4[hidden]skintor:Your money can be stolen from your Uber account
1097. onFeb15,20191469up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I was telling someone about Peopleware book. Folks usually just give a link to A...
1098. onFeb15,20191470up2[hidden]vzhou842:Why Webpack? (or, How Not to Serve Javascript)
1099. onFeb15,20191468up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:History of Better World Books
1100. onFeb15,20191458up3[hidden]shawn:> Ditto for laarc.
1101. onFeb15,20191461up5[hidden]raph:IIR filters can be evaluated in parallel
1102. onFeb15,20191454up3[hidden]skintor:Your money can be stolen from your Uber account
1103. onFeb15,20191443down1[hidden]enow:> So what's the solution should we make it illegal for companies not to hire women...
1104. onFeb15,20191464up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Title probably should've been user-land given I had impression they secured the ...
1105. onFeb15,20191467up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Cisp: A Common LISP Interpreter Built in COBOL
1106. onFeb15,20191463up2[hidden]caius:> Ikea! * Ikea Galant sit/stand motorised desk (small one, but cheap secondhand ...
1107. onFeb15,20191445up3[hidden]rain1:A Report On the Internet Worm (1988)
1108. onFeb15,20191461up4[hidden]raph:IIR filters can be evaluated in parallel
1109. onFeb15,20191444up3[hidden]rain1:MesaLock Linux: A Memory-Safe Linux Distribution - Mingshen Sun @ Baidu X-Lab
1110. onFeb15,20191455up2[hidden]nickb:A billion-dollar empire made of mobile homes
1111. onFeb15,20191461up3[hidden]raph:IIR filters can be evaluated in parallel
1112. onFeb15,20191461up2[hidden]raph:IIR filters can be evaluated in parallel
1113. onFeb15,20191460up2[hidden]rain1:> incredible, so optimized.
1114. onFeb15,20191458up2[hidden]shawn:> Ditto for laarc.
1115. onFeb15,20191453up2[hidden]yogthos:> Ah didn't realize that either, neat! :)
1116. onFeb15,20191451up2[hidden]sebastien:> ... and I just realized that this is by the same author as Fennel. Looking at th...
1117. onFeb15,20191449up2[hidden]yogthos:> I'd be curious to see some benchmarks as well. Another language worth looking at...
1118. onFeb15,20191448up3[hidden]sebastien:> This is very clean -- the core API seems compact and well though, the documentat...
1119. onFeb15,20191459up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Hiroyuki Nishimura: The Father of 2channel
1120. onFeb15,20191457up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> Depends on the card. Also depends on how many frames-per-second you're going for...
1121. onFeb15,20191445up2[hidden]rain1:A Report On the Internet Worm (1988)
1122. onFeb15,20191454up2[hidden]skintor:Your money can be stolen from your Uber account
1123. onFeb15,20191443down2[hidden]enow:> So what's the solution should we make it illegal for companies not to hire women...
1124. onFeb15,20191341up5[hidden]rain1:Make it Simple: A Tale about Robert Dewar
1125. onFeb15,20191402up5[hidden]chewzerita:This Person Does Not Exist
1126. onFeb15,20191448up2[hidden]sebastien:> This is very clean -- the core API seems compact and well though, the documentat...
1127. onFeb15,20191447up2[hidden]yogthos:Janet is a Clojure inspired language for scripting, or embedding
1128. onFeb15,20191444up2[hidden]rain1:MesaLock Linux: A Memory-Safe Linux Distribution - Mingshen Sun @ Baidu X-Lab
1129. onFeb15,20191431up2[hidden]emily:These Are the 24 Sounds Humans Use to Communicate Without Words
1130. onFeb15,20191432up2[hidden]emily:> I find it really, deeply interesting how much importance is often placed on some...
1131. onFeb15,20191438up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> The best team size is 1.
1132. onFeb15,20191435up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> Just checked the users page a minute ago (
1133. onFeb15,20191437up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> https://www...
1134. onFeb15,20191345up9[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1135. onFeb15,20191421up2[hidden]shawn:The Angel Problem [Game Theory] [video]
1136. onFeb15,20191434up2[hidden]shawn:TempleOS Flight Simulator and FPS [video]
1137. onFeb15,20191402up4[hidden]chewzerita:This Person Does Not Exist
1138. onFeb15,20191404up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Bipolar Lisp Programmer
1139. onFeb14,20191424up3[hidden]enkiv2:> I really appreciate the way so much of this is Aaronson just really shutting dow...
1140. onFeb14,20191430up2[hidden]rain1:The Hundred-Year Infrastructure
1141. onFeb14,20191433up2[hidden]rain1:2018 Small World in Motion Competition [video]
1142. onFeb14,20191386up4[hidden]m1guelpf:Show laarc: Generate audio versions of articles
1143. onFeb14,20191404up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Bipolar Lisp Programmer
1144. onFeb14,20191427up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Her Code Got Humans to the Moon - And Invented Software Itself
1145. onFeb14,20191429up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Submitted the stuff below to supplement this:
1146. onFeb14,20191403up3[hidden]shawn:> ht...
1147. onFeb14,20191424up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I really appreciate the way so much of this is Aaronson just really shutting dow...
1148. onFeb14,20191429up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Submitted the stuff below to supplement this:
1149. onFeb14,20191428up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Supplementary material: Universal Systems Language: Lessons from Apollo
1150. onFeb14,20191427up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Her Code Got Humans to the Moon - And Invented Software Itself
1151. onFeb14,20191423up2[hidden]enkiv2:Quantum Computing, Capabilities and Limits: An Interview with Scott Aaronson
1152. onFeb14,20191415up4[hidden]emily:The Secret History of Women in Coding
1153. onFeb14,20191400up6[hidden]rain1:Interview with Chuck Moore (inventor of FORTH programming language) [video]
1154. onFeb14,20191415up3[hidden]emily:The Secret History of Women in Coding
1155. onFeb14,20191380up3[hidden]rain1:Olympic Cyclist Vs. Toaster: Can He Power It? [video]
1156. onFeb14,20191422up2[hidden]rain1:The Future Of Fritzing Is Murky At Best
1157. onFeb14,20191028up4[hidden]enow:Ask laarc: Talon and open source eye tracking solutions
1158. onFeb14,20191404up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Bipolar Lisp Programmer
1159. onFeb14,20191415up2[hidden]emily:The Secret History of Women in Coding
1160. onFeb14,20191404up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Bipolar Lisp Programmer
1161. onFeb14,20191400up5[hidden]rain1:Interview with Chuck Moore (inventor of FORTH programming language) [video]
1162. onFeb14,20191403up2[hidden]shawn:> ht...
1163. onFeb14,20191402up3[hidden]chewzerita:This Person Does Not Exist
1164. onFeb13,20191368up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Her Title: Cryptologic Technician. Her Occupation: Warrior.
1165. onFeb13,20191401up6[hidden]rain1:Mars rover Opportunity may be done
1166. onFeb13,20191365up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Abstract: “Research on dynamic and stochastic vehicle routing problems received ...
1167. onFeb13,20191367up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> The U.S. has all kinds of infrastructure connected with no security or poor secu...
1168. onFeb13,20191402up2[hidden]chewzerita:This Person Does Not Exist
1169. onFeb13,20191386up3[hidden]m1guelpf:Show laarc: Generate audio versions of articles
1170. onFeb13,20191345up8[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1171. onFeb13,20191401up5[hidden]rain1:Mars rover Opportunity may be done
1172. onFeb13,20191401up4[hidden]rain1:Mars rover Opportunity may be done
1173. onFeb13,20191401up3[hidden]rain1:Mars rover Opportunity may be done
1174. onFeb13,20191400up4[hidden]rain1:Interview with Chuck Moore (inventor of FORTH programming language) [video]
1175. onFeb13,2019230up12[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
1176. onFeb13,20191345up7[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1177. onFeb13,20191395up2[hidden]nickb:Dropbox's 12-Year Evolution
1178. onFeb13,20191400up3[hidden]rain1:Interview with Chuck Moore (inventor of FORTH programming language) [video]
1179. onFeb13,20191401up2[hidden]rain1:Mars rover Opportunity may be done
1180. onFeb13,20191400up2[hidden]rain1:Interview with Chuck Moore (inventor of FORTH programming language) [video]
1181. onFeb13,20191387up3[hidden]sillysaurus:The founder of the Haynes Manual, John Haynes, has died
1182. onFeb13,20191374up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> That's a good idea -- The site admins are in a private Slack chat. Will look i...
1183. onFeb13,20191391up3[hidden]chewzerita:Wayland misconceptions debunked
1184. onFeb13,20191387up2[hidden]sillysaurus:The founder of the Haynes Manual, John Haynes, has died
1185. onFeb13,20191391up2[hidden]chewzerita:Wayland misconceptions debunked
1186. onFeb13,20191324up8[hidden]vzhou842:Show laarc: Why existing profanity detection libraries suck and how I built a better one
1187. onFeb13,20191356up4[hidden]vzhou842:Can you find the bug in this code?
1188. onFeb13,20191293up3[hidden]August-Garcia:Binary Hacking Course by LiveOverflow
1189. onFeb12,20191311up3[hidden]wheresvic:Using gmail with mutt
1190. onFeb12,20191366up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That was pretty neat. I liked how they adapted life for the children to both pre...
1191. onFeb12,20191386up2[hidden]m1guelpf:Show laarc: Generate audio versions of articles
1192. onFeb12,20191384up2[hidden]enkiv2:> > I could convert this submission into a Show if you want. It'd stick around...
1193. onFeb12,20191382up2[hidden]yogthos:Build a Clojure web app using Duct
1194. onFeb12,20191383up2[hidden]yogthos:Towards Moore's Law Software (2008)
1195. onFeb12,20191345up6[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1196. onFeb12,20191380up2[hidden]rain1:Olympic Cyclist Vs. Toaster: Can He Power It? [video]
1197. onFeb12,20191342up4[hidden]yogthos:The Pillars of Functional Programming
1198. onFeb12,20191361up6[hidden]rain1:Parinfer - simpler Lisp editing
1199. onFeb12,20191377up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> Definitely requires two GPUs. As far as I know, there's no single GPU out there ...
1200. onFeb12,20191296up2[hidden]shawn:> You have 8 of these set up side by side? That's awesome. I'm surprised a GPU can...
1201. onFeb12,20191367up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> The U.S. has all kinds of infrastructure connected with no security or poor secu...
1202. onFeb12,20191370up2[hidden]shawn:> I'm only a little ways into the game, but this is just the thing I needed tonigh...
1203. onFeb12,20191205up4[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Exploring Algebraic Geometry with Professor Caucher Birkar, 2018 Fields Medalist
1204. onFeb12,20191373up3[hidden]steve:Adding Name-based hosting To Nginx on OpenBSD with Acme-Client
1205. onFeb12,20191371up2[hidden]vermaden:FreeBSD Desktop - Part 9 - Key Components - Keyboard/Mouse Shortcuts
1206. onFeb12,20191373up2[hidden]steve:Adding Name-based hosting To Nginx on OpenBSD with Acme-Client
1207. onFeb12,20191363up5[hidden]davidk01:Modelling Rolling Deployments in Alloy
1208. onFeb12,20191361up5[hidden]rain1:Parinfer - simpler Lisp editing
1209. onFeb12,20191360up2[hidden]rain1:> This looks very interesting, I like that you created a new language to let you w...
1210. onFeb12,20191368up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Her Title: Cryptologic Technician. Her Occupation: Warrior.
1211. onFeb12,20191340up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Zcash Bug Could Have Allowed 'Infinite Counterfeit' Cryptocurrency
1212. onFeb12,20191339up3[hidden]L-11:Daily life, work and play, in the northernmost city: Norilsk, Russia [slideshow]
1213. onFeb12,20191361up4[hidden]rain1:Parinfer - simpler Lisp editing
1214. onFeb12,20191363up4[hidden]davidk01:Modelling Rolling Deployments in Alloy
1215. onFeb12,20191364up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:A Survey on Dynamic and Stochastic Vehicle Routing Problems (2015)
1216. onFeb12,20191342up3[hidden]yogthos:The Pillars of Functional Programming
1217. onFeb12,20191346up4[hidden]enkiv2:> I wrote about what I was trying to do with this game here:
1218. onFeb12,20191345up5[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1219. onFeb12,20191353up4[hidden]enkiv2:Betamaxed
1220. onFeb12,20191352up3[hidden]rain1:Russia to disconnect from the internet as part of a planned test
1221. onFeb12,20191341up4[hidden]rain1:Make it Simple: A Tale about Robert Dewar
1222. onFeb12,20191361up3[hidden]rain1:Parinfer - simpler Lisp editing
1223. onFeb12,20191363up3[hidden]davidk01:Modelling Rolling Deployments in Alloy
1224. onFeb12,20191363up2[hidden]davidk01:Modelling Rolling Deployments in Alloy
1225. onFeb12,20191319up2[hidden]shawn:Evolution of the alphabet
1226. onFeb12,20191290up3[hidden]davidk01:A Day in the Life of a Programmer
1227. onFeb12,20191280up6[hidden]rain1:1991: web framework in forth
1228. onFeb12,20191306up3[hidden]nickb:Student cracks theologian's baffling religious code
1229. onFeb12,20191339up2[hidden]L-11:Daily life, work and play, in the northernmost city: Norilsk, Russia [slideshow]
1230. onFeb12,20191324up7[hidden]vzhou842:Show laarc: Why existing profanity detection libraries suck and how I built a better one
1231. onFeb12,20191356up3[hidden]vzhou842:Can you find the bug in this code?
1232. onFeb12,20191361up2[hidden]rain1:Parinfer - simpler Lisp editing
1233. onFeb12,20191358up5[hidden]calebwin:Show laarc: Pipelines, a language for scripting concurrent pipelines w. Python
1234. onFeb11,20191358up4[hidden]calebwin:Show laarc: Pipelines, a language for scripting concurrent pipelines w. Python
1235. onFeb11,20191358up3[hidden]calebwin:Show laarc: Pipelines, a language for scripting concurrent pipelines w. Python
1236. onFeb11,20191346up3[hidden]enkiv2:> I wrote about what I was trying to do with this game here:
1237. onFeb11,20191345up4[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1238. onFeb11,20191358up2[hidden]calebwin:Show laarc: Pipelines, a language for scripting concurrent pipelines w. Python
1239. onFeb11,20191348up2[hidden]rain1:> After it was found that there was spyware in stylish browser extension it was re...
1240. onFeb11,20191355up2[hidden]qnsi:Lessons From Keith Rabois Essay 1: How to become a Venture Capitalist
1241. onFeb11,20191347up2[hidden]rain1:Stylus, popular alternative to stylish depends on SimilarWeb site
1242. onFeb11,20191352up2[hidden]rain1:Russia to disconnect from the internet as part of a planned test
1243. onFeb11,20191354up2[hidden]rain1:Myers diff in linear space
1244. onFeb11,20191353up3[hidden]enkiv2:Betamaxed
1245. onFeb11,20191356up2[hidden]vzhou842:Can you find the bug in this code?
1246. onFeb11,20191288up3[hidden]shawn:Show laarc: /l/place. What will you draw?
1247. onFeb11,20191353up2[hidden]enkiv2:Betamaxed
1248. onFeb11,20191349up2[hidden]rain1:> Well done!
1249. onFeb11,20191346up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I wrote about what I was trying to do with this game here:
1250. onFeb11,20191345up3[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1251. onFeb11,20191341up3[hidden]rain1:Make it Simple: A Tale about Robert Dewar
1252. onFeb11,20191345up2[hidden]enkiv2:I finally released my video game [self-promotion]
1253. onFeb11,20191342up2[hidden]yogthos:The Pillars of Functional Programming
1254. onFeb11,20191340up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Zcash Bug Could Have Allowed 'Infinite Counterfeit' Cryptocurrency
1255. onFeb11,20191341up2[hidden]rain1:Make it Simple: A Tale about Robert Dewar
1256. onFeb11,20191324up6[hidden]vzhou842:Show laarc: Why existing profanity detection libraries suck and how I built a better one
1257. onFeb11,20191299up2[hidden]shawn:> Ok, timestamps older than 24 hours are measured in days.
1258. onFeb11,20191317up2[hidden]chdaniel:> hi guys, I'm very humbled to have my content shared here. I'm very open to any k...
1259. onFeb11,20191325up2[hidden]Doreen:> That's not PC! The truth often isn't. :)
1260. onFeb11,20191326up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Back when I first saw them, they advertised benefits like telling you when you w...
1261. onFeb11,20191327up2[hidden]Doreen:Elegy for a vent in a Hawaiian volcano: It blew for 35 years. It just ceased.
1262. onFeb11,20191321up3[hidden]emily:What is the 418: I'm a teapot HTTP Status Code all about?
1263. onFeb11,20191324up5[hidden]vzhou842:Show laarc: Why existing profanity detection libraries suck and how I built a better one
1264. onFeb11,20191287up4[hidden]davidk01:State Machines and Alloy
1265. onFeb11,20191264up5[hidden]gpone:How To Be Successful
1266. onFeb11,20191324up4[hidden]vzhou842:Show laarc: Why existing profanity detection libraries suck and how I built a better one
1267. onFeb11,20191315up4[hidden]Doreen:The 26,000-Year Astronomical Monument Hidden in Plain Sight
1268. onFeb11,20191223up5[hidden]phyllis:Conversation between German physicists upon hearing the atomic bomb was dropped
1269. onFeb11,20191320up2[hidden]abc123:> “WEIZSÄCKER: History will record that the Americans and the English made a bomb,...
1270. onFeb11,20191132up3[hidden]Doreen:An American 'crypto-anarchist' fled the country. He was just killed in Mexico.
1271. onFeb11,20191324up3[hidden]vzhou842:Show laarc: Why existing profanity detection libraries suck and how I built a better one
1272. onFeb11,20191324up2[hidden]vzhou842:Show laarc: Why existing profanity detection libraries suck and how I built a better one
1273. onFeb11,20191321up2[hidden]emily:What is the 418: I'm a teapot HTTP Status Code all about?
1274. onFeb11,20191318up2[hidden]i4cu:> I'd like the default page[1] to notice when I'm logged in and render the page ac...
1275. onFeb10,20191246up5[hidden]shawn:The founder of Pinboard on why understanding fandom is good for business (2017)
1276. onFeb10,20191280up5[hidden]rain1:1991: web framework in forth
1277. onFeb10,20191316up2[hidden]mlsmith:> Will we every truly know why people do what they do? :-) I suspect programmers...
1278. onFeb10,20191312up2[hidden]farmer:Landley's Computer History Page
1279. onFeb10,20191315up3[hidden]Doreen:The 26,000-Year Astronomical Monument Hidden in Plain Sight
1280. onFeb10,20191315up2[hidden]Doreen:The 26,000-Year Astronomical Monument Hidden in Plain Sight
1281. onFeb10,20191313up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Why do people use light grey text on a white background?
1282. onFeb10,20191304up2[hidden]nickb:How To Convert A Free User To A Premium User
1283. onFeb10,20191303up2[hidden]__:Paint the Picture, Not the Frame: How Browsers Provide Everything Users Need
1284. onFeb10,20191017up6[hidden]emily:Ask Laarc: Ideas or advice on setting up a QA process, on a small team?
1285. onFeb10,20191311up2[hidden]wheresvic:Using gmail with mutt
1286. onFeb10,20191305up2[hidden]palish:The Case for Transmissible Alzheimer's Grows
1287. onFeb10,20191306up2[hidden]nickb:Student cracks theologian's baffling religious code
1288. onFeb10,20191258up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "Kela’s results are set to add fodder to a debate that’s been intriguing politic...
1289. onFeb10,20191300up3[hidden]phyllis:Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Southeast Asia (1967) [pdf]
1290. onFeb10,2019801up5[hidden]seantallen:Some Common Mitigation Techniques for Overload in Queueing Networks
1291. onFeb10,20191106up5[hidden]akkartik:An epic treatise on scheduling, bug tracking, and triage
1292. onFeb10,20191140up2[hidden]graygnome:FOSDEM 2019 - Breaking the 100 bits per second barrier with Matrix
1293. onFeb10,20191110up6[hidden]nickpsecurity:The GM chickens that lay eggs with anti-cancer drugs
1294. onFeb10,20191152up3[hidden]nickb:Call for retraction of 400 papers amid fears organs came from Chinese prisoners
1295. onFeb10,20191223up4[hidden]phyllis:Conversation between German physicists upon hearing the atomic bomb was dropped
1296. onFeb10,20191246up4[hidden]shawn:The founder of Pinboard on why understanding fandom is good for business (2017)
1297. onFeb10,20191300up2[hidden]phyllis:Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Southeast Asia (1967) [pdf]
1298. onFeb10,20191135up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:High-Assurance, Separation Kernels: A Survey on Formal Methods
1299. onFeb10,20191278up2[hidden]rain1:> big thanks to Kartik for bringing this paper up.
1300. onFeb10,20191284up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> Bother. Please, could "edit" allow editing of the tags? This should read "ess...
1301. onFeb10,20191294up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> Thanks! Glad to see that you and other users on Laarc enjoyed them. Likely will ...
1302. onFeb10,20191282up2[hidden]emily:The Only Resignation Letter Template You'll Ever Need
1303. onFeb10,20191120up2[hidden]emily:Using JSON Web Tokens and refresh tokens with React Native, Redux and Node JS
1304. onFeb10,20191119up2[hidden]emily:React-native-background-timer - npm
1305. onFeb10,20191239up5[hidden]gpone:Meta-programming in Nim
1306. onFeb10,20191292up2[hidden]August-Garcia:> These ones:
1307. onFeb10,20191293up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Binary Hacking Course by LiveOverflow
1308. onFeb10,20191275up6[hidden]nickpsecurity:John Nagle on Tricks QNX Uses to Outperform Other Microkernels
1309. onFeb10,20191280up4[hidden]rain1:1991: web framework in forth
1310. onFeb10,20191280up3[hidden]rain1:1991: web framework in forth
1311. onFeb10,20191266up2[hidden]shawn:> Tarsnap. Editors: Vi, Emacs. It would have been tempting to say Arc. But tha...
1312. onFeb10,20191283up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Charles Petzold: James Earl Jones Saves the Play
1313. onFeb10,20191286up2[hidden]akkartik:Google's Long March
1314. onFeb10,20191288up2[hidden]shawn:Show laarc: /l/place. What will you draw?
1315. onFeb10,20191290up2[hidden]davidk01:A Day in the Life of a Programmer
1316. onFeb10,20191287up3[hidden]davidk01:State Machines and Alloy
1317. onFeb10,20191287up2[hidden]davidk01:State Machines and Alloy
1318. onFeb10,20191283up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Charles Petzold: James Earl Jones Saves the Play
1319. onFeb10,20191284up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> Bother. Please, could "edit" allow editing of the tags? This should read "ess...
1320. onFeb9,20191275up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:John Nagle on Tricks QNX Uses to Outperform Other Microkernels
1321. onFeb9,20191270up2[hidden]rain1:> testing
1322. onFeb9,20191275up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:John Nagle on Tricks QNX Uses to Outperform Other Microkernels
1323. onFeb9,20191280up2[hidden]rain1:1991: web framework in forth
1324. onFeb9,20191275up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:John Nagle on Tricks QNX Uses to Outperform Other Microkernels
1325. onFeb9,20191277up2[hidden]rain1:(2004) Revisiting Coroutines - Ana Lucia de Moura, Roberto Ierusalimschy [pdf]
1326. onFeb9,20191275up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:John Nagle on Tricks QNX Uses to Outperform Other Microkernels
1327. onFeb9,20191246up3[hidden]shawn:The founder of Pinboard on why understanding fandom is good for business (2017)
1328. onFeb9,20191269up2[hidden]rain1:> this has probably been said before but... why would a fridge have a login and ...
1329. onFeb9,20191222up4[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Christopher "moot" Poole: The Hacker Known as "4chan"
1330. onFeb9,20191264up4[hidden]gpone:How To Be Successful
1331. onFeb9,20191257up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I suggest anyone wondering about the evidence behind this check out David Gerard...
1332. onFeb9,20191184up3[hidden]nickb:Peter Thiel CS183 Class Notes
1333. onFeb9,20191264up3[hidden]gpone:How To Be Successful
1334. onFeb9,20191239up4[hidden]gpone:Meta-programming in Nim
1335. onFeb9,20191245up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:David Aguilar Builds His Own Limbs Out of Legos
1336. onFeb9,20191267up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Mathematician Who Will Make You Fall in Love With Numbers
1337. onFeb9,20191267up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Mathematician Who Will Make You Fall in Love With Numbers
1338. onFeb9,20191259up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "Slash fic, or fan fiction about romantic relationships between popular characte...
1339. onFeb9,20191256up4[hidden]sillysaurus:More than 7000 refrigerators found online with default user/password
1340. onFeb9,20191264up2[hidden]gpone:How To Be Successful
1341. onFeb9,20191257up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I suggest anyone wondering about the evidence behind this check out David Gerard...
1342. onFeb9,20191256up3[hidden]sillysaurus:More than 7000 refrigerators found online with default user/password
1343. onFeb9,20191262up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I'm not sure. I'll throw out some recent ones I've seen. Fossil SCM tries to sta...
1344. onFeb9,20191216up3[hidden]akkartik:Asymptotic Software
1345. onFeb9,20191217up3[hidden]akkartik:> OP thinks Redis is an example of software that will remain at the current level ...
1346. onFeb9,20191257up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I suggest anyone wondering about the evidence behind this check out David Gerard...
1347. onFeb9,20191246up2[hidden]shawn:The founder of Pinboard on why understanding fandom is good for business (2017)
1348. onFeb9,20191226up2[hidden]nickb:Preliminary results of the basic income experiment in Finland
1349. onFeb9,20191197up5[hidden]burntsushi:Two-Way String-Matching (1991) [pdf]
1350. onFeb9,20191220up4[hidden]rain1:> Very good stuff, I learned about the duality between borders and periods and I u...
1351. onFeb9,20191198up4[hidden]burntsushi:> A variant of this algorithm is what glibc uses for its implementation of memmem[...
1352. onFeb9,20191222up3[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Christopher "moot" Poole: The Hacker Known as "4chan"
1353. onFeb9,20191235up3[hidden]rain1:> > WEIZSÄCKER: I hope so. STALIN certainly has not got it yet. If the America...
1354. onFeb9,20191223up3[hidden]phyllis:Conversation between German physicists upon hearing the atomic bomb was dropped
1355. onFeb9,20191230up3[hidden]emily:How to Leave Your Software Development Job (Without Screwing Up Your Future)
1356. onFeb9,20191239up3[hidden]gpone:Meta-programming in Nim
1357. onFeb9,20191241up2[hidden]gerikson:There's No Good Reason to Trust Blockchain Technology
1358. onFeb9,20191256up2[hidden]sillysaurus:More than 7000 refrigerators found online with default user/password
1359. onFeb8,20191243up2[hidden]shawn:> Ok, duplicate replies are killed and marked as a dupe.
1360. onFeb8,20191217up2[hidden]akkartik:> OP thinks Redis is an example of software that will remain at the current level ...
1361. onFeb8,20191219up2[hidden]lthms:> Thank you for sharing. I really enjoyed reading this article, as it is often the...
1362. onFeb8,20191238up2[hidden]lorddimwit:> Supposedly Jef Raskin would often claim he "invented the Macintosh" even though ...
1363. onFeb8,20191240up2[hidden]enkiv2:> Raskin is correct in that he invented a Macintosh! But, it's misleading t...
1364. onFeb8,20191235up2[hidden]rain1:> > WEIZSÄCKER: I hope so. STALIN certainly has not got it yet. If the America...
1365. onFeb8,20191232up2[hidden]rain1:Gopher & HTTP Servers in Retro Forth
1366. onFeb8,20191245up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:David Aguilar Builds His Own Limbs Out of Legos
1367. onFeb8,20191239up2[hidden]gpone:Meta-programming in Nim
1368. onFeb8,20191242up2[hidden]rain1:RFC-33: Arpanet
1369. onFeb8,20191223up2[hidden]phyllis:Conversation between German physicists upon hearing the atomic bomb was dropped
1370. onFeb8,20191230up2[hidden]emily:How to Leave Your Software Development Job (Without Screwing Up Your Future)
1371. onFeb8,20191220up3[hidden]rain1:> Very good stuff, I learned about the duality between borders and periods and I u...
1372. onFeb8,20191221up3[hidden]rain1:Exact String Matching Algorithms
1373. onFeb8,20191220up2[hidden]rain1:> Very good stuff, I learned about the duality between borders and periods and I u...
1374. onFeb8,20191218up2[hidden]vermaden:FreeBSD Desktop - Part 7 - Key Components - Wallpaper Handling
1375. onFeb8,20191216up2[hidden]akkartik:Asymptotic Software
1376. onFeb8,20191221up2[hidden]rain1:Exact String Matching Algorithms
1377. onFeb8,20191222up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Christopher "moot" Poole: The Hacker Known as "4chan"
1378. onFeb7,20191209up3[hidden]enkiv2:Conditions for the possibility of exit
1379. onFeb7,20191205up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Exploring Algebraic Geometry with Professor Caucher Birkar, 2018 Fields Medalist
1380. onFeb7,20191213up2[hidden]shawn:Python post-Guido
1381. onFeb7,20191172up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:> sklogic, who was on Hacker News, used to describe a tool he used that could cran...
1382. onFeb7,20191167up3[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Ask laarc: What are the guidelines wrt tags?
1383. onFeb7,20191189up5[hidden]rain1:Parsing lisp with grammar normalization [rain1]
1384. onFeb7,20191209up2[hidden]enkiv2:Conditions for the possibility of exit
1385. onFeb7,20191207up2[hidden]yogthos:A Clojure Development Environment That Gets Out of Your Way
1386. onFeb7,20191206up3[hidden]tel:Semantic Domain: What Declarative Languages Are (2013)
1387. onFeb7,20191139up2[hidden]da:> Nope, sorry; struggling with the right height myself at times I placed some (hal...
1388. onFeb7,20191208up2[hidden]enkiv2:Alternate Computer Universes: Jef Raskin's Macintosh
1389. onFeb7,20191210up3[hidden]rain1:> good stuff! Enjoy your writing
1390. onFeb7,20191210up2[hidden]rain1:> good stuff! Enjoy your writing
1391. onFeb7,20191206up2[hidden]tel:Semantic Domain: What Declarative Languages Are (2013)
1392. onFeb7,20191197up4[hidden]burntsushi:Two-Way String-Matching (1991) [pdf]
1393. onFeb7,20191198up3[hidden]burntsushi:> A variant of this algorithm is what glibc uses for its implementation of memmem[...
1394. onFeb7,20191205up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Exploring Algebraic Geometry with Professor Caucher Birkar, 2018 Fields Medalist
1395. onFeb7,20191157up8[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Terry A. Davis - Creator of TempleOS
1396. onFeb7,20191184up2[hidden]nickb:Peter Thiel CS183 Class Notes
1397. onFeb7,20191186up2[hidden]palish:Why Men Love War (1984)
1398. onFeb7,20191187up3[hidden]phyllis:Unix Text Processing (1987)
1399. onFeb7,20191189up4[hidden]rain1:Parsing lisp with grammar normalization [rain1]
1400. onFeb7,20191198up2[hidden]burntsushi:> A variant of this algorithm is what glibc uses for its implementation of memmem[...
1401. onFeb7,20191197up3[hidden]burntsushi:Two-Way String-Matching (1991) [pdf]
1402. onFeb7,20191197up2[hidden]burntsushi:Two-Way String-Matching (1991) [pdf]
1403. onFeb7,20191192up4[hidden]shawn:> We actually just added that: /l/dev|...
1404. onFeb7,20191188up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:> This is a genuinely difficult problem. The challenges I have at the moment are:...
1405. onFeb7,20191190up2[hidden]enkiv2:> This looks cool! Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I should rephrase my ...
1406. onFeb7,20191191up3[hidden]enkiv2:> Do we have support for seeing a timeline filtered by a list of tags (other than ...
1407. onFeb7,20191193up2[hidden]enkiv2:MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Technology in Support of National Security (2011) [pdf]
1408. onFeb7,20191194up2[hidden]enkiv2:Trends and Evolution of Window Interfaces (2003) [pdf]
1409. onFeb7,20191189up3[hidden]rain1:Parsing lisp with grammar normalization [rain1]
1410. onFeb7,20191192up3[hidden]shawn:> We actually just added that: /l/dev|...
1411. onFeb7,20191189up2[hidden]rain1:Parsing lisp with grammar normalization [rain1]
1412. onFeb7,20191192up2[hidden]shawn:> We actually just added that: /l/dev|...
1413. onFeb7,20191180up2[hidden]shawn:Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp
1414. onFeb7,20191187up2[hidden]phyllis:Unix Text Processing (1987)
1415. onFeb7,20191191up2[hidden]enkiv2:> Do we have support for seeing a timeline filtered by a list of tags (other than ...
1416. onFeb7,20191169up3[hidden]shawn:> We decided to leave it up to the community rather than micromanage tags. I'll ...
1417. onFeb7,20191174up3[hidden]emily:> One of our (cough, my) goals is to make discovery— largely surrounding ta...
1418. onFeb7,20191172up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> sklogic, who was on Hacker News, used to describe a tool he used that could cran...
1419. onFeb7,20191170up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:MBase: Metaprogramming Framework in LISP-like language on .NET
1420. onFeb7,20191185up2[hidden]farmer:Outer Circle: Saving forums from themselves with shared hierarchical white lists
1421. onFeb7,20191174up2[hidden]emily:> One of our (cough, my) goals is to make discovery— largely surrounding ta...
1422. onFeb7,20191169up2[hidden]shawn:> We decided to leave it up to the community rather than micromanage tags. I'll ...
1423. onFeb7,20191181up2[hidden]shawn:> Ok, you can combine tags using boolean operators:
1424. onFeb7,20191152up2[hidden]nickb:Call for retraction of 400 papers amid fears organs came from Chinese prisoners
1425. onFeb7,20191161up4[hidden]sillysaurus:MacOS Keychain Security Flaw Discovered by Researcher
1426. onFeb7,20191167up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Ask laarc: What are the guidelines wrt tags?
1427. onFeb7,20191168up2[hidden]bobbyjack:> Would be great if we could combine tags, e.g.
1428. onFeb7,20191179up2[hidden]tflop:> "The world in general disapproves of creativity, and to be creative in public is...
1429. onFeb7,20191124up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> He encourages adopting it:
1430. onFeb7,20191172up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> sklogic, who was on Hacker News, used to describe a tool he used that could cran...
1431. onFeb7,20191178up2[hidden]dpflan:Making Cities More Livable with Electric Vehicles
1432. onFeb7,20191106up4[hidden]akkartik:An epic treatise on scheduling, bug tracking, and triage
1433. onFeb7,20191176up2[hidden]shawn:> Good idea. Done!
1434. onFeb7,20191170up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:MBase: Metaprogramming Framework in LISP-like language on .NET
1435. onFeb7,20191144up3[hidden]akkartik:Declarative Programming: Is it a Real Thing?
1436. onFeb7,20191147up3[hidden]enkiv2:> I think the author applies ideas unique to declarative templating & 4GL to a...
1437. onFeb7,20191157up7[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Terry A. Davis - Creator of TempleOS
1438. onFeb7,20191159up2[hidden]shawn:> 8 monitors? What kind?
1439. onFeb7,20191165up2[hidden]burntsushi:> My desk is four poles and a slab of wood from Ikea. It has three 1920x1200 24" D...
1440. onFeb7,20191166up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:Reverse engineering GoDaddy's tracking script
1441. onFeb6,20191076up9[hidden]shawn:[No]
1442. onFeb6,20191074up7[hidden]shawn:Poll: Should you be able to upvote more than once?
1443. onFeb6,20191163up2[hidden]farmer:How to play PUBG on AWS
1444. onFeb6,20191161up3[hidden]sillysaurus:MacOS Keychain Security Flaw Discovered by Researcher
1445. onFeb6,20191157up6[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Terry A. Davis - Creator of TempleOS
1446. onFeb6,20191157up5[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Terry A. Davis - Creator of TempleOS
1447. onFeb6,20191157up4[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Terry A. Davis - Creator of TempleOS
1448. onFeb6,20191161up2[hidden]sillysaurus:MacOS Keychain Security Flaw Discovered by Researcher
1449. onFeb6,20191157up3[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Terry A. Davis - Creator of TempleOS
1450. onFeb6,20191157up2[hidden]August-Garcia:Biography of Terry A. Davis - Creator of TempleOS
1451. onFeb6,2019119up6[hidden]shawn:TempleOS Documentary [video]
1452. onFeb6,20191147up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I think the author applies ideas unique to declarative templating & 4GL to a...
1453. onFeb6,20191146up2[hidden]rain1:The Semantics Assignment Problem [rain1]
1454. onFeb6,20191136up3[hidden]tflop:Ask Laarc: What's your office stack?
1455. onFeb6,20191137up2[hidden]da:> ThinkPad X220 in docking station, lid closed, Dell UltraSharp monitor, TKL keybo...
1456. onFeb6,20191142up2[hidden]f5711:> I use a large/deep L-shaped desk, relatively high. L-shaped is best for me. I ...
1457. onFeb6,20191145up2[hidden]miles:> A few HN threads of potential interest: Ask HN: What office chair do you use? ...
1458. onFeb6,20191144up2[hidden]akkartik:Declarative Programming: Is it a Real Thing?
1459. onFeb6,20191059up5[hidden]davidk01:A Lever for the Mind
1460. onFeb6,20191136up2[hidden]tflop:Ask Laarc: What's your office stack?
1461. onFeb6,20191132up2[hidden]Doreen:An American 'crypto-anarchist' fled the country. He was just killed in Mexico.
1462. onFeb5,20191066up9[hidden]rain1:Tar-pit thinking
1463. onFeb5,20191129up2[hidden]shawn:Video Game Music - How to Create a Timeless Theme [video]
1464. onFeb5,20191131up2[hidden]RiderOfGiraffes:The Other Other Other Rope Around The Earth
1465. onFeb5,20191066up8[hidden]rain1:Tar-pit thinking
1466. onFeb5,20191122up5[hidden]yumaikas:The Monadic Morass
1467. onFeb5,20191122up4[hidden]yumaikas:The Monadic Morass
1468. onFeb5,20191115up2[hidden]rain1:The Enlightenment is Dead, Long Live the Entanglement
1469. onFeb5,20191122up3[hidden]yumaikas:The Monadic Morass
1470. onFeb5,20191121up2[hidden]rain1:Commodore 128D: Episode 2: Meet the VIC-II [video]
1471. onFeb5,20191125up2[hidden]f5711:> I could only see this being functional if it had very limited scope. Such as be...
1472. onFeb5,2019956up4[hidden]rain1:How I lost my data trying to back it up
1473. onFeb5,20191076up8[hidden]shawn:[No]
1474. onFeb5,20191101up3[hidden]shawn:> Yeah, it looks like the community is leaning towards no. It was an interesting i...
1475. onFeb5,20191095up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> The votes currently give an idea of how popular something is to the community. A...
1476. onFeb5,20191074up6[hidden]shawn:Poll: Should you be able to upvote more than once?
1477. onFeb5,20191067up2[hidden]vermaden:Netflix and FreeBSD - Using Open Source to Deliver Streaming Video - FOSDEM 2019
1478. onFeb5,20191113up3[hidden]shawn:How we know what lies at Earth's core (2015)
1479. onFeb5,20191122up2[hidden]yumaikas:The Monadic Morass
1480. onFeb4,2019623up4[hidden]Doreen:Five Balls, Two Hands: The Patterns of Juggling [video]
1481. onFeb4,2019603up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:RiderofGiraffe's Blog for Post-HN Content
1482. onFeb4,2019604up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Discovered it in comments section of the Withdrawing from Hacker News article sh...
1483. onFeb4,2019625up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Thanks for the tip! I'll check it out sometime.
1484. onFeb4,2019622up4[hidden]Doreen:> He didn't actually quit. He merely changed handles. It's basically an open secre...
1485. onFeb4,20191066up7[hidden]rain1:Tar-pit thinking
1486. onFeb4,20191093up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Isaac Asimov: Man of 7,560,000 Words (1969)
1487. onFeb4,20191083up2[hidden]akkartik:> Turns out I rely a lot on the presence of the arrows to remember what I've alrea...
1488. onFeb4,20191076up7[hidden]shawn:[No]
1489. onFeb4,20191110up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:The GM chickens that lay eggs with anti-cancer drugs
1490. onFeb4,20191076up6[hidden]shawn:[No]
1491. onFeb4,20191113up2[hidden]shawn:How we know what lies at Earth's core (2015)
1492. onFeb4,20191066up6[hidden]rain1:Tar-pit thinking
1493. onFeb4,20191110up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:The GM chickens that lay eggs with anti-cancer drugs
1494. onFeb4,20191107up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That's interesting. There will be people who are fine with every vote being visi...
1495. onFeb4,20191102up2[hidden]shawn:> Correct. I was also thinking of putting in an option for people to unhide themse...
1496. onFeb4,20191109up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "That kind of thing is amenable to verification" "such fixed-length operations w...
1497. onFeb4,20191076up5[hidden]shawn:[No]
1498. onFeb4,20191099up2[hidden]manuel:The World's Fastest Supercomputer Breaks an AI Record
1499. onFeb4,20191110up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:The GM chickens that lay eggs with anti-cancer drugs
1500. onFeb4,20191038up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:This is Your Brain Off Facebook
1501. onFeb4,2019981up5[hidden]shawn:4D Toys: a box of four-dimensional toys, and how objects bounce and roll in 4D
1502. onFeb4,20191106up3[hidden]akkartik:An epic treatise on scheduling, bug tracking, and triage
1503. onFeb4,20191110up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:The GM chickens that lay eggs with anti-cancer drugs
1504. onFeb4,20191039up4[hidden]rain1:Accidentally Turing-Complete
1505. onFeb4,20191109up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "That kind of thing is amenable to verification" "such fixed-length operations w...
1506. onFeb4,20191106up2[hidden]akkartik:An epic treatise on scheduling, bug tracking, and triage
1507. onFeb4,20191050up2[hidden]enkiv2:> > Nope. Dynamic systems are inherently hard to secure. In safety-critical, t...
1508. onFeb4,20191108up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Must been too sleepy this week since I just noticed that. Yeah, it definitely lo...
1509. onFeb4,20191107up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That's interesting. There will be people who are fine with every vote being visi...
1510. onFeb4,2019896up4[hidden]shawn:> I dropped the /l/ prefix and appended the tag's...
1511. onFeb4,20191012up4[hidden]__:When Britain and France Almost Merged Into One Country (2017)
1512. onFeb4,20191105up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "One important evolutionary step in forums like these is to hide comment scores ...
1513. onFeb4,20191104up2[hidden]shawn:> more about the people than the content Hmm, good point. On the other ha...
1514. onFeb4,20191103up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Yeah, see all the votes can make things more political. It becomes more about th...
1515. onFeb4,20191101up2[hidden]shawn:> Yeah, it looks like the community is leaning towards no. It was an interesting i...
1516. onFeb4,20191066up5[hidden]rain1:Tar-pit thinking
1517. onFeb4,20191095up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> The votes currently give an idea of how popular something is to the community. A...
1518. onFeb4,20191076up4[hidden]shawn:[No]
1519. onFeb4,20191090up2[hidden]shawn:> https://www.laarc.io/votes
1520. onFeb4,20191045up6[hidden]nickpsecurity:Juice Project: Oberon-based Alternative to Java Applets and Javascript
1521. onFeb4,20191076up3[hidden]shawn:[No]
1522. onFeb4,20191076up2[hidden]shawn:[No]
1523. onFeb3,20191017up5[hidden]emily:Ask Laarc: Ideas or advice on setting up a QA process, on a small team?
1524. onFeb3,20191091up2[hidden]emily:> To be clear, this isn’t in reference to Laarc. :) My day job is at a small finte...
1525. onFeb3,20191087up3[hidden]akkartik:> Thanks, that's helpful. So you're thinking about two things: testing release can...
1526. onFeb3,2019910up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:A guide to the CHICKEN compilation process
1527. onFeb3,2019919up3[hidden]miles:Independent Bookstores Are Thriving
1528. onFeb3,20191087up2[hidden]akkartik:> Thanks, that's helpful. So you're thinking about two things: testing release can...
1529. onFeb3,20191077up7[hidden]shawn:[Maybe]
1530. onFeb3,20191074up5[hidden]shawn:Poll: Should you be able to upvote more than once?
1531. onFeb3,20191077up6[hidden]shawn:[Maybe]
1532. onFeb3,20191076up1[hidden]shawn:[No]
1533. onFeb3,20191088up2[hidden]akkartik:> To elaborate on what I was hinting at: the moment you introduce a word like 'abu...
1534. onFeb3,20191086up2[hidden]shawn:> Me too. And I found the lack of uparrows annoying at first. On the other hand,...
1535. onFeb3,20191084up3[hidden]emily:> Right now our “QA” is total chaos; we have no standard process that we follow, a...
1536. onFeb3,20191074up4[hidden]shawn:Poll: Should you be able to upvote more than once?
1537. onFeb3,20191077up5[hidden]shawn:[Maybe]
1538. onFeb3,20191059up4[hidden]davidk01:A Lever for the Mind
1539. onFeb3,20191045up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:Juice Project: Oberon-based Alternative to Java Applets and Javascript
1540. onFeb3,20191077up4[hidden]shawn:[Maybe]
1541. onFeb3,20191074up3[hidden]shawn:Poll: Should you be able to upvote more than once?
1542. onFeb3,20191035up4[hidden]dpflan:How many colleges and universities have closed since 2016?
1543. onFeb3,20191064up3[hidden]davidk01:> Thanks for the thoughtful response. The redundancy angle is something I will add...
1544. onFeb3,20191068up2[hidden]akkartik:> I've been in situations that seem similar to the ones you describe, and "how man...
1545. onFeb3,20191069up3[hidden]davidk01:> I agree not being vested in the outcome is part of the problem but that is exact...
1546. onFeb3,20191070up2[hidden]akkartik:> Yeah, I think that's my fundamental disagreement here. You're just never going t...
1547. onFeb3,20191071up2[hidden]akkartik:> The term is a bit open ended. What's your goal for the process?
1548. onFeb3,20191078up3[hidden]badatshipping:> On polls, or on comments/posts? (I was able to vote yes more than once.)
1549. onFeb3,20191075up5[hidden]shawn:[Yes]
1550. onFeb3,20191077up3[hidden]shawn:[Maybe]
1551. onFeb3,20191075up2[hidden]shawn:[Yes]
1552. onFeb3,20191066up4[hidden]rain1:Tar-pit thinking
1553. onFeb3,20191046up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> What looks like the release is here:
1554. onFeb3,20191069up2[hidden]davidk01:> I agree not being vested in the outcome is part of the problem but that is exact...
1555. onFeb3,20191033up5[hidden]enkiv2:Tools and Craft 03: Ted Nelson
1556. onFeb3,20191033up4[hidden]enkiv2:Tools and Craft 03: Ted Nelson
1557. onFeb3,20191065up2[hidden]rain1:Modern LZ Compression
1558. onFeb3,20191066up2[hidden]rain1:Tar-pit thinking
1559. onFeb3,20191064up2[hidden]davidk01:> Thanks for the thoughtful response. The redundancy angle is something I will add...
1560. onFeb3,20191062up2[hidden]akkartik:> David, I'm glad you're self-aware about your uncertainties up top. I think your ...
1561. onFeb3,20191058up3[hidden]davidk01:Sensible Software Engineering
1562. onFeb3,20191055up3[hidden]dpflan:MIT Robot Combines Vision and Touch to Learn the Game of Jenga
1563. onFeb3,20191012up3[hidden]__:When Britain and France Almost Merged Into One Country (2017)
1564. onFeb3,20191035up3[hidden]dpflan:How many colleges and universities have closed since 2016?
1565. onFeb3,20191045up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Juice Project: Oberon-based Alternative to Java Applets and Javascript
1566. onFeb3,20191059up3[hidden]davidk01:A Lever for the Mind
1567. onFeb3,20191052up2[hidden]davidk01:Pattern Matching Custom Data Types in Typescript
1568. onFeb3,20191045up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Juice Project: Oberon-based Alternative to Java Applets and Javascript
1569. onFeb3,20191059up2[hidden]davidk01:A Lever for the Mind
1570. onFeb3,20191058up2[hidden]davidk01:Sensible Software Engineering
1571. onFeb3,20191055up2[hidden]dpflan:MIT Robot Combines Vision and Touch to Learn the Game of Jenga
1572. onFeb3,20191038up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:This is Your Brain Off Facebook
1573. onFeb3,20191039up3[hidden]rain1:Accidentally Turing-Complete
1574. onFeb2,20191028up3[hidden]enow:Ask laarc: Talon and open source eye tracking solutions
1575. onFeb2,20191033up3[hidden]enkiv2:Tools and Craft 03: Ted Nelson
1576. onFeb2,20191044up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "huge morass of potential security problems" Oh yeah. The more smarts and feat...
1577. onFeb2,20191040up3[hidden]rain1:BearSSL - Constant-Time Mul
1578. onFeb2,20191040up2[hidden]rain1:BearSSL - Constant-Time Mul
1579. onFeb2,20191038up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:This is Your Brain Off Facebook
1580. onFeb2,20191039up2[hidden]rain1:Accidentally Turing-Complete
1581. onFeb2,20191003up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Project A119
1582. onFeb2,20191033up2[hidden]enkiv2:Tools and Craft 03: Ted Nelson
1583. onFeb2,20191023up2[hidden]nickb:More bad news for controversial 20-year-old claim of dark matter detection
1584. onFeb2,20191028up2[hidden]enow:Ask laarc: Talon and open source eye tracking solutions
1585. onFeb2,2019926up2[hidden]shawn:> One upcoming laarc feature is to be able to search private bookmarks. (By the wa...
1586. onFeb2,20191019up4[hidden]davidk01:> Make it a regular part of the engineering process so that it happens consistentl...
1587. onFeb1,2019977up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Is it losing ground in terms of how many contributions the software gets back? I...
1588. onFeb1,2019979up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This could greatly benefit bootstrappers. I was thinking two days ago about how ...
1589. onFeb1,2019984up2[hidden]gerikson:> > I would (a) lay the blame squarely on Ubuntu Why Ubuntu? Isn't the prob...
1590. onFeb1,2019985up2[hidden]sebastien:> Yes, but doesn't planning imply at least coordination, if not the notion of inte...
1591. onFeb1,2019986up3[hidden]enkiv2:> In this context, by 'planning' and 'planner' I just mean automated constraint so...
1592. onFeb1,20191019up3[hidden]davidk01:> Make it a regular part of the engineering process so that it happens consistentl...
1593. onFeb1,20191019up2[hidden]davidk01:> Make it a regular part of the engineering process so that it happens consistentl...
1594. onFeb1,2019987up3[hidden]enkiv2:Probablistic Logic Networks (2008) [pdf]
1595. onFeb1,20191017up3[hidden]emily:Ask Laarc: Ideas or advice on setting up a QA process, on a small team?
1596. onFeb1,20191014up2[hidden]shawn:Negotiating Salary in the Valley
1597. onFeb1,20191015up2[hidden]palish:Saturn's rings are disappearing, study says
1598. onFeb1,2019927up2[hidden]enkiv2:An Introduction to Software Agents (1997) [pdf]
1599. onFeb1,2019959up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I lean toward the Wasserman side here & consider the most interesting part o...
1600. onFeb1,2019988up3[hidden]sebastien:> Ah, thanks for the link and details. This definitely makes sense, as it shifts a...
1601. onFeb1,2019989up3[hidden]enkiv2:> > What I'm particularly interested in, now, is how does cooperation work in ...
1602. onFeb1,20191006up2[hidden]emily:6 User Onboarding Flow Examples (with Critiques)
1603. onFeb1,2019913up5[hidden]graygnome:Facil.io - The C Web Application Framework
1604. onFeb1,2019956up3[hidden]rain1:How I lost my data trying to back it up
1605. onFeb1,2019972up3[hidden]rain1:System calls table for several architectures
1606. onFeb1,2019952up3[hidden]shawn:> I dug into the literature for this case:
1607. onFeb1,2019962up3[hidden]nickb:> And it finally hit HN's front page:
1608. onFeb1,2019970up2[hidden]enkiv2:> The author of this book appears to have written a lot about 'nomadic agents' -- ...
1609. onFeb1,2019986up2[hidden]enkiv2:> In this context, by 'planning' and 'planner' I just mean automated constraint so...
1610. onFeb1,2019989up2[hidden]enkiv2:> > What I'm particularly interested in, now, is how does cooperation work in ...
1611. onFeb1,2019972up2[hidden]rain1:System calls table for several architectures
1612. onFeb1,2019988up2[hidden]sebastien:> Ah, thanks for the link and details. This definitely makes sense, as it shifts a...
1613. onFeb1,2019987up2[hidden]enkiv2:Probablistic Logic Networks (2008) [pdf]
1614. onFeb1,2019981up4[hidden]shawn:4D Toys: a box of four-dimensional toys, and how objects bounce and roll in 4D
1615. onFeb1,2019979up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This could greatly benefit bootstrappers. I was thinking two days ago about how ...
1616. onFeb1,2019982up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That was great! Brief commentary. 1. Technology. I still think there's gonna b...
1617. onFeb1,2019977up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Is it losing ground in terms of how many contributions the software gets back? I...
1618. onFeb1,2019978up2[hidden]shawn:The Missouri Ghost Town Poisoned By Toxic Waste [video]
1619. onFeb1,2019981up3[hidden]shawn:4D Toys: a box of four-dimensional toys, and how objects bounce and roll in 4D
1620. onFeb1,2019980up2[hidden]manuel:Blood banks: A Multibillion-Dollar Business in a Nonprofit World (1991)
1621. onFeb1,2019982up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That was great! Brief commentary. 1. Technology. I still think there's gonna b...
1622. onFeb1,2019981up2[hidden]shawn:4D Toys: a box of four-dimensional toys, and how objects bounce and roll in 4D
1623. onFeb1,2019968up3[hidden]shawn:Where Be Aliens? [video]
1624. onFeb1,2019965up4[hidden]rain1:Kristapsdz/openrsync - writeup of algorithms and efficiency tweaks
1625. onFeb1,2019971up3[hidden]shawn:> Hm. I use `rsync -Pa` to copy files around. I wonder how much work it'd take for...
1626. onFeb1,2019976up3[hidden]davidk01:4 bit Adder in Alloy and TypeScript
1627. onFeb1,2019976up2[hidden]davidk01:4 bit Adder in Alloy and TypeScript
1628. onFeb1,2019974up2[hidden]Doreen:What are "frost quakes"? The polar vortex could be causing them
1629. onFeb1,2019975up2[hidden]rain1:Amoeba hunts and kills paramecia [video]
1630. onJan31,2019931up2[hidden]shawn:Non-euclidean virtual reality [video]
1631. onJan31,2019968up2[hidden]shawn:Where Be Aliens? [video]
1632. onJan31,2019961up3[hidden]shawn:> This is exactly what happened in this case. After finding 2 different superbl...
1633. onJan31,2019971up2[hidden]shawn:> Hm. I use `rsync -Pa` to copy files around. I wonder how much work it'd take for...
1634. onJan31,2019965up3[hidden]rain1:Kristapsdz/openrsync - writeup of algorithms and efficiency tweaks
1635. onJan31,2019963up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Studied it briefly long ago. The main possibilities my book talked about were Ja...
1636. onJan31,2019964up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "He said that although the Java version was architecturally less elegant and mor...
1637. onJan31,2019967up2[hidden]rain1:> This is a new rsync implementation in development. The author has been working o...
1638. onJan31,2019957up3[hidden]sebastien:> That paper is not obvious to find, it's not usually mentioned along Stalin Schem...
1639. onJan31,2019958up4[hidden]sebastien:> When I was at engineer school (~2000) some of my teachers were in a lab that foc...
1640. onJan31,2019965up2[hidden]rain1:Kristapsdz/openrsync - writeup of algorithms and efficiency tweaks
1641. onJan31,2019948up3[hidden]shawn:> This gave me PTSD flashbacks to template metaprogramming in C++. Once I spent ...
1642. onJan31,2019957up2[hidden]sebastien:> That paper is not obvious to find, it's not usually mentioned along Stalin Schem...
1643. onJan31,2019958up3[hidden]sebastien:> When I was at engineer school (~2000) some of my teachers were in a lab that foc...
1644. onJan31,2019913up4[hidden]graygnome:Facil.io - The C Web Application Framework
1645. onJan31,2019916up4[hidden]enkiv2:> While there's some good stuff in the introductory material about taking Dennett'...
1646. onJan31,2019915up3[hidden]enkiv2:Agent-Oriented Programming (1993) [pdf]
1647. onJan31,2019925up3[hidden]yogthos:C Is Not a Low-level Language; Your computer is not a fast PDP-11.
1648. onJan31,2019961up2[hidden]shawn:> This is exactly what happened in this case. After finding 2 different superbl...
1649. onJan31,2019962up2[hidden]nickb:> And it finally hit HN's front page:
1650. onJan31,2019956up2[hidden]rain1:How I lost my data trying to back it up
1651. onJan31,2019958up2[hidden]sebastien:> When I was at engineer school (~2000) some of my teachers were in a lab that foc...
1652. onJan31,2019952up2[hidden]shawn:> I dug into the literature for this case:
1653. onJan31,2019933up4[hidden]shawn:A Student Ate 5 Day Old Pasta For Lunch. This Is How His Liver Shut Down [video]
1654. onJan31,2019935up3[hidden]nickb:Is there an actual Facebook crisis, or media narrative about Facebook crisis?
1655. onJan31,2019756up3[hidden]emily:> I’ve used Storybook on several projects, including both of the production apps a...
1656. onJan31,2019953up2[hidden]graygnome:Fano - A strategic, combat-oriented game designed on the Fano Plane
1657. onJan31,2019947up3[hidden]nickb:Apple revokes Facebook's enterprise developer certificates
1658. onJan31,2019937up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Thanks for the benchmarks. Daaaamn, Chez is dominating them! That's gotta be som...
1659. onJan31,2019948up2[hidden]shawn:> This gave me PTSD flashbacks to template metaprogramming in C++. Once I spent ...
1660. onJan31,2019950up2[hidden]davidk01:> Equality is probably the one I like most because it seems to be very useful (at ...
1661. onJan31,2019947up2[hidden]nickb:Apple revokes Facebook's enterprise developer certificates
1662. onJan31,2019933up3[hidden]shawn:A Student Ate 5 Day Old Pasta For Lunch. This Is How His Liver Shut Down [video]
1663. onJan31,2019946up2[hidden]davidk01:Type Level Tricks in TypeScript
1664. onJan31,2019936up3[hidden]palish:On the Impact of Programming Languages on Code Quality
1665. onJan31,2019936up2[hidden]palish:On the Impact of Programming Languages on Code Quality
1666. onJan31,2019914up4[hidden]sebastien:> From the benchmarks I've seen
1667. onJan31,2019935up2[hidden]nickb:Is there an actual Facebook crisis, or media narrative about Facebook crisis?
1668. onJan31,2019914up3[hidden]sebastien:> From the benchmarks I've seen
1669. onJan31,2019916up3[hidden]enkiv2:> While there's some good stuff in the introductory material about taking Dennett'...
1670. onJan31,2019933up2[hidden]shawn:A Student Ate 5 Day Old Pasta For Lunch. This Is How His Liver Shut Down [video]
1671. onJan31,2019921up3[hidden]akkartik:Technology Standardization is Commercial Diplomacy
1672. onJan31,2019920up3[hidden]rain1:Retro Forth: The Path to Self Hosting
1673. onJan31,2019913up3[hidden]graygnome:Facil.io - The C Web Application Framework
1674. onJan31,2019873up3[hidden]rain1:> Yes, specifically what I have been thinking about a lot recently is: * Impleme...
1675. onJan31,2019878up2[hidden]rain1:> Oh it is so interesting.... I wish he would elaborate in depth about how racket ...
1676. onJan31,2019905up3[hidden]sebastien:> I still haven't finished The Scheme Programming Language (TSPLv4)
1677. onJan31,2019908up4[hidden]enkiv2:> It might be interesting to compare this categorization with [Van Roy's](
1678. onJan31,2019911up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Even the Racket people thought so. That's saying something. My research as a non...
1679. onJan31,2019914up2[hidden]sebastien:> From the benchmarks I've seen
1680. onJan31,2019916up2[hidden]enkiv2:> While there's some good stuff in the introductory material about taking Dennett'...
1681. onJan31,2019928up2[hidden]shawn:> There are some interesting papers under jeffreymbradshaw.org/publications/ too:<...
1682. onJan30,2019907up6[hidden]Doreen:Chicago train tracks set on fire to keep trains running in record-breaking cold
1683. onJan30,2019921up2[hidden]akkartik:Technology Standardization is Commercial Diplomacy
1684. onJan30,2019925up2[hidden]yogthos:C Is Not a Low-level Language; Your computer is not a fast PDP-11.
1685. onJan30,2019922up2[hidden]graygnome:The Decline of OpenID
1686. onJan30,2019923up2[hidden]shawn:> Can confirm. Chicago right now is like Frozen but with fewer magical snowmen.
1687. onJan30,2019907up5[hidden]Doreen:Chicago train tracks set on fire to keep trains running in record-breaking cold
1688. onJan30,2019920up2[hidden]rain1:Retro Forth: The Path to Self Hosting
1689. onJan30,2019907up4[hidden]Doreen:Chicago train tracks set on fire to keep trains running in record-breaking cold
1690. onJan30,2019913up2[hidden]graygnome:Facil.io - The C Web Application Framework
1691. onJan30,2019906up3[hidden]__:EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Guide
1692. onJan30,2019915up2[hidden]enkiv2:Agent-Oriented Programming (1993) [pdf]
1693. onJan30,2019896up3[hidden]shawn:> I dropped the /l/ prefix and appended the tag's...
1694. onJan30,2019901up2[hidden]shawn:> Ok, you can save stories and comments to favorites.
1695. onJan30,2019909up2[hidden]rain1:'Superbug gene' found in one of the most remote places on Earth
1696. onJan30,2019910up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:A guide to the CHICKEN compilation process
1697. onJan30,2019907up3[hidden]Doreen:Chicago train tracks set on fire to keep trains running in record-breaking cold
1698. onJan30,2019912up2[hidden]akkartik:Intelligence Dissipation rather than AI or Intelligence Amplification
1699. onJan30,2019907up2[hidden]Doreen:Chicago train tracks set on fire to keep trains running in record-breaking cold
1700. onJan30,2019841up2[hidden]rain1:>
1701. onJan30,2019892up3[hidden]akkartik:Tiers of Notation based on Piaget
1702. onJan30,2019889up2[hidden]shawn:Raft: In Search of an Understandable Consensus Algorithm (2014)
1703. onJan30,2019893up4[hidden]lthms:Blodwen: A prototype successor to Idris
1704. onJan30,2019904up3[hidden]enkiv2:Rand Intelligent Terminal Agent (RITA): Design and Philosophy (1976) [pdf]
1705. onJan30,2019906up2[hidden]__:EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Guide
1706. onJan30,2019905up2[hidden]sebastien:> I still haven't finished The Scheme Programming Language (TSPLv4)
1707. onJan30,2019908up3[hidden]enkiv2:> It might be interesting to compare this categorization with [Van Roy's](
1708. onJan30,2019908up2[hidden]enkiv2:> It might be interesting to compare this categorization with [Van Roy's](
1709. onJan30,2019852up6[hidden]graygnome:Picat - A simple and powerful, logic-based multi-paradigm language
1710. onJan30,2019788up3[hidden]rohansingh:> I use zsh, and my main issue with autojump is installing it whenever I bootstrap...
1711. onJan30,2019763up4[hidden]seantallen:> I use https://github.co...
1712. onJan30,2019765up5[hidden]seantallen:A Critique of Resizable Hash Tables: Riak Core & Random Slicing
1713. onJan30,2019813up2[hidden]seantallen:PWL-SF: Life Beyond Distributed Transactions: An Apostate's Opinion [video]
1714. onJan30,2019814up2[hidden]seantallen:> And some support materials for the talk:
1715. onJan30,2019877up6[hidden]seantallen:Racket-on-Chez Status: January 2019
1716. onJan30,2019801up4[hidden]seantallen:Some Common Mitigation Techniques for Overload in Queueing Networks
1717. onJan30,2019895up2[hidden]vermaden:FreeBSD Desktop – Part 3 – X11 Window System
1718. onJan30,2019893up3[hidden]lthms:Blodwen: A prototype successor to Idris
1719. onJan30,2019884up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Development of Chez Scheme
1720. onJan30,2019863up4[hidden]enkiv2:Guidelines for future hypertext systems
1721. onJan30,2019903up2[hidden]enkiv2:Computing and craft among the end users
1722. onJan30,2019904up2[hidden]enkiv2:Rand Intelligent Terminal Agent (RITA): Design and Philosophy (1976) [pdf]
1723. onJan30,2019899up2[hidden]farmer:Parsing XML at the Speed of Light
1724. onJan30,2019879up4[hidden]graygnome:Building A "Simple" Distributed System - Formal Verification
1725. onJan30,2019788up2[hidden]rohansingh:> I use zsh, and my main issue with autojump is installing it whenever I bootstrap...
1726. onJan30,2019789up3[hidden]rohansingh:Testing pocket holes against mortise and tenon and dowel joints
1727. onJan30,2019704up3[hidden]rohansingh:The Edge: a podcast about digital fabrication
1728. onJan30,2019791up4[hidden]sebastien:> This is very clean, did you get your inspiration from any specific project, Sche...
1729. onJan30,2019859up3[hidden]sebastien:Sad by design
1730. onJan30,2019897up2[hidden]gerikson:> Thanks! The absence of prefix is definitely better. I will let the tag count s...
1731. onJan30,2019896up2[hidden]shawn:> I dropped the /l/ prefix and appended the tag's...
1732. onJan30,2019886up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> People tell me things running on low-level hardware need C or assembly-like lang...
1733. onJan30,2019887up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That sounds good. We even have Forth on Miraheze for that reason. There was also...
1734. onJan30,2019879up3[hidden]graygnome:Building A "Simple" Distributed System - Formal Verification
1735. onJan30,2019882up3[hidden]Doreen:In Berlin, the New Nightlife Obsession is Not Partying But Healthy Living (2017)
1736. onJan30,2019877up5[hidden]seantallen:Racket-on-Chez Status: January 2019
1737. onJan30,2019893up2[hidden]lthms:Blodwen: A prototype successor to Idris
1738. onJan30,2019892up2[hidden]akkartik:Tiers of Notation based on Piaget
1739. onJan30,2019877up4[hidden]seantallen:Racket-on-Chez Status: January 2019
1740. onJan30,2019888up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> re UFO's. I've seen two. One was, after interviewing pilots, a plane with unusua...
1741. onJan30,2019884up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Development of Chez Scheme
1742. onJan30,2019880up2[hidden]rain1:Session types for Rust (2015)
1743. onJan30,2019882up2[hidden]Doreen:In Berlin, the New Nightlife Obsession is Not Partying But Healthy Living (2017)
1744. onJan30,2019888up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> re UFO's. I've seen two. One was, after interviewing pilots, a plane with unusua...
1745. onJan30,2019859up2[hidden]sebastien:Sad by design
1746. onJan30,2019875up2[hidden]Doreen:Pentagon compiled research into invisibility cloaking, wormholes, and warp drive
1747. onJan30,2019879up2[hidden]graygnome:Building A "Simple" Distributed System - Formal Verification
1748. onJan30,2019873up2[hidden]rain1:> Yes, specifically what I have been thinking about a lot recently is: * Impleme...
1749. onJan30,2019877up3[hidden]seantallen:Racket-on-Chez Status: January 2019
1750. onJan29,2019869up2[hidden]yogthos:An Interactive Introduction to Fourier Transforms
1751. onJan29,2019856up2[hidden]enow:Two new input methods
1752. onJan29,2019877up2[hidden]seantallen:Racket-on-Chez Status: January 2019
1753. onJan29,2019864up5[hidden]rain1:Reduced Binary Seed Bootstrap
1754. onJan29,2019871up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Faster Population Counts Using AVX2 Instructions (2016)
1755. onJan29,2019867up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> See also this page [1] where a lot of early stuff was discussed plus piles of li...
1756. onJan29,2019865up2[hidden]akkartik:> Ah, this explains much of the discussion at #bootstrappable.
1757. onJan29,2019868up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Although this is good work, I feel there might also need to be a very, C-like ro...
1758. onJan29,2019870up2[hidden]enkiv2:> As strange as it looks, it's a fairly conventional forthlike language. The bigge...
1759. onJan29,2019821up3[hidden]enkiv2:An Engineer's Guide to the Docuverse
1760. onJan29,2019815up4[hidden]enkiv2:Tech's Masturbatory Historiography
1761. onJan29,2019812up4[hidden]rain1:Advanced Paging | Writing an OS in Rust
1762. onJan29,2019852up5[hidden]graygnome:Picat - A simple and powerful, logic-based multi-paradigm language
1763. onJan29,2019863up3[hidden]enkiv2:Guidelines for future hypertext systems
1764. onJan29,2019866up2[hidden]vermaden:ClonOS to be Rolled Out
1765. onJan29,2019864up4[hidden]rain1:Reduced Binary Seed Bootstrap
1766. onJan29,2019863up2[hidden]enkiv2:Guidelines for future hypertext systems
1767. onJan29,2019864up3[hidden]rain1:Reduced Binary Seed Bootstrap
1768. onJan29,2019864up2[hidden]rain1:Reduced Binary Seed Bootstrap
1769. onJan29,2019856up2[hidden]enow:Two new input methods
1770. onJan29,2019843up4[hidden]rain1:Halcyon Days
1771. onJan29,2019839up4[hidden]rain1:How Dat Works
1772. onJan29,2019848up5[hidden]davidk01:Build Caching and Strace
1773. onJan29,2019857up2[hidden]gerikson:> When viewing the page in full screen, the text expands to fill the screen, makin...
1774. onJan29,2019858up2[hidden]gerikson:> The display of tags is IMHO ugly and hard to read. I don't think the "/l/" pre...
1775. onJan29,2019854up2[hidden]enow:> What it is good for however would be doing mathematical formulas. I don't really...
1776. onJan29,2019852up4[hidden]graygnome:Picat - A simple and powerful, logic-based multi-paradigm language
1777. onJan29,2019852up3[hidden]graygnome:Picat - A simple and powerful, logic-based multi-paradigm language
1778. onJan29,2019839up3[hidden]rain1:How Dat Works
1779. onJan29,2019852up2[hidden]graygnome:Picat - A simple and powerful, logic-based multi-paradigm language
1780. onJan29,2019848up4[hidden]davidk01:Build Caching and Strace
1781. onJan29,2019848up3[hidden]davidk01:Build Caching and Strace
1782. onJan29,2019840up2[hidden]graygnome:> I feel that this article ignores the biggest advantage of LaTeX: templates and m...
1783. onJan29,2019834up2[hidden]enow:Don't write in LaTeX; It's just for typesetting
1784. onJan29,2019848up2[hidden]davidk01:Build Caching and Strace
1785. onJan29,2019846up2[hidden]digb:Deloitte Tech Trends for 2019
1786. onJan29,2019573up5[hidden]miles:> Thanks so much for posting a link to my humble corner of the web, Eric - your ki...
1787. onJan29,2019811up2[hidden]rain1:> Wow this author is brilliant!! I went and read a bunch of his work. Fantastic st...
1788. onJan29,2019803up4[hidden]dbremner:> An Empirical Study of Goto in C Programs [0] has some statistics about goto usag...
1789. onJan29,2019838up2[hidden]rain1:RFC-1 of 365 RFCs
1790. onJan29,2019845up2[hidden]akkartik:> Wow, this is mind-bending. I need to spend some time with this post.
1791. onJan29,2019826up3[hidden]enkiv2:Kaukatcr: an experiment in language design for multi-dimensional spaces
1792. onJan29,2019844up2[hidden]graygnome:> > My main complaint in this essay is that such a claim is a misrepresentatio...
1793. onJan29,2019843up3[hidden]rain1:Halcyon Days
1794. onJan29,2019842up4[hidden]enkiv2:> My main complaint in this essay is that such a claim is a misrepresentation of h...
1795. onJan28,2019843up2[hidden]rain1:Halcyon Days
1796. onJan28,2019812up3[hidden]rain1:Advanced Paging | Writing an OS in Rust
1797. onJan28,2019842up3[hidden]enkiv2:> My main complaint in this essay is that such a claim is a misrepresentation of h...
1798. onJan28,2019842up2[hidden]enkiv2:> My main complaint in this essay is that such a claim is a misrepresentation of h...
1799. onJan28,2019832up3[hidden]akkartik:> What's the POLYMATH project, rain1? Link on STEPS for others:
1800. onJan28,2019839up2[hidden]rain1:How Dat Works
1801. onJan28,2019835up2[hidden]enow:Writing and coding by voice with Talon
1802. onJan28,2019790up4[hidden]mulander:Introduction to Hacking PostgreSQL
1803. onJan28,2019832up2[hidden]akkartik:> What's the POLYMATH project, rain1? Link on STEPS for others:
1804. onJan28,2019818up3[hidden]rain1:> This is so true! The hard part is finding people who understand this, we haven...
1805. onJan28,2019827up3[hidden]enkiv2:> I have a bunch of (more abstract) essays about hypertext -- do you figure laarc ...
1806. onJan28,2019830up3[hidden]rain1:> I think this is such a new community that if you post content like this it'll cu...
1807. onJan28,2019831up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I'm planning to space them out, now that I've seen the post rate here. Expect to...
1808. onJan28,2019829up3[hidden]akkartik:> Absolutely, I'd love to see them. Though if I may make a suggestion, you may get...
1809. onJan28,2019830up2[hidden]rain1:> I think this is such a new community that if you post content like this it'll cu...
1810. onJan28,2019829up2[hidden]akkartik:> Absolutely, I'd love to see them. Though if I may make a suggestion, you may get...
1811. onJan28,2019817up4[hidden]enkiv2:Notes from a 1984 trip to Xerox PARC
1812. onJan28,2019815up3[hidden]enkiv2:Tech's Masturbatory Historiography
1813. onJan28,2019828up2[hidden]enkiv2:Composability, homogeneity, and language-based systems
1814. onJan28,2019826up2[hidden]enkiv2:Kaukatcr: an experiment in language design for multi-dimensional spaces
1815. onJan28,2019825up2[hidden]enkiv2:Mycroft — A Predicate Logic Language — Overview / Post-mortem
1816. onJan28,2019824up2[hidden]enkiv2:Proposal for a high-performance storage system for OSMIC branching histories
1817. onJan28,2019823up2[hidden]enkiv2:Object eversion, ZigZag, and the RDBMS
1818. onJan28,2019821up2[hidden]enkiv2:An Engineer's Guide to the Docuverse
1819. onJan28,2019816up2[hidden]enkiv2:Interview with Alan Kay
1820. onJan28,2019822up2[hidden]rain1:Videos from Whole Earth 50th Anniversary
1821. onJan28,2019817up3[hidden]enkiv2:Notes from a 1984 trip to Xerox PARC
1822. onJan28,2019817up2[hidden]enkiv2:Notes from a 1984 trip to Xerox PARC
1823. onJan28,2019812up2[hidden]rain1:Advanced Paging | Writing an OS in Rust
1824. onJan28,2019795up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Using Hammock Graphs to Structure Programs (2004)
1825. onJan28,2019827up2[hidden]enkiv2:> I have a bunch of (more abstract) essays about hypertext -- do you figure laarc ...
1826. onJan28,2019818up2[hidden]rain1:> This is so true! The hard part is finding people who understand this, we haven...
1827. onJan28,2019452up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Parallel Algorithms for Depth-First Search (1991)
1828. onJan28,2019714up4[hidden]enow:Man-Computer Symbiosis (1960)
1829. onJan28,2019800up4[hidden]rain1:Design philosophy of retro forth
1830. onJan28,2019776up7[hidden]akkartik:single_cream: rain1's Minimal Scheme Interpreter
1831. onJan28,2019779up4[hidden]akkartik:Langsec: Occupy Babel
1832. onJan28,2019815up2[hidden]enkiv2:Tech's Masturbatory Historiography
1833. onJan28,2019808up5[hidden]davidk01:Outperforming everything with anything
1834. onJan28,2019803up3[hidden]dbremner:> An Empirical Study of Goto in C Programs [0] has some statistics about goto usag...
1835. onJan28,2019809up2[hidden]vermaden:> Thanks, I did not know that Laarc runs FreeBSD :)
1836. onJan28,2019805up2[hidden]shawn:> Hmm. Is FreeBSD finding it difficult to attract companies willing to use it? F...
1837. onJan28,2019784up6[hidden]rain1:Making C Less Dangerous in the Linux kernel
1838. onJan28,2019808up4[hidden]davidk01:Outperforming everything with anything
1839. onJan28,2019785up2[hidden]rain1:I studied buttons and learned how and why people push them
1840. onJan28,2019787up4[hidden]mulander:PostgreSQL: Backend Flowchart
1841. onJan28,2019801up3[hidden]seantallen:Some Common Mitigation Techniques for Overload in Queueing Networks
1842. onJan28,2019808up3[hidden]davidk01:Outperforming everything with anything
1843. onJan28,2019791up3[hidden]sebastien:> This is very clean, did you get your inspiration from any specific project, Sche...
1844. onJan28,2019786up4[hidden]rain1:> I made this! questions welcome
1845. onJan28,2019793up2[hidden]akkartik:> Me in 2007: http://ak...
1846. onJan28,2019787up3[hidden]mulander:PostgreSQL: Backend Flowchart
1847. onJan28,2019783up4[hidden]rain1:Goto, considered
1848. onJan28,2019795up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Using Hammock Graphs to Structure Programs (2004)
1849. onJan28,2019784up5[hidden]rain1:Making C Less Dangerous in the Linux kernel
1850. onJan28,2019790up3[hidden]mulander:Introduction to Hacking PostgreSQL
1851. onJan28,2019801up2[hidden]seantallen:Some Common Mitigation Techniques for Overload in Queueing Networks
1852. onJan28,2019800up3[hidden]rain1:Design philosophy of retro forth
1853. onJan28,2019806up3[hidden]graygnome:Ivy: an interpreter for an APL-like language
1854. onJan28,2019807up3[hidden]digb:Under-reported factors in the death of news
1855. onJan28,2019807up2[hidden]digb:Under-reported factors in the death of news
1856. onJan28,2019808up2[hidden]davidk01:Outperforming everything with anything
1857. onJan28,2019779up3[hidden]akkartik:Langsec: Occupy Babel
1858. onJan28,2019804up3[hidden]vermaden:Strategic thinking, or what I think what we need to do to keep FreeBSD relevant
1859. onJan28,2019780up3[hidden]emily:The wisdom of the crowd: HN Comments (2015)
1860. onJan28,2019806up2[hidden]graygnome:Ivy: an interpreter for an APL-like language
1861. onJan28,2019776up6[hidden]akkartik:single_cream: rain1's Minimal Scheme Interpreter
1862. onJan28,2019804up2[hidden]vermaden:Strategic thinking, or what I think what we need to do to keep FreeBSD relevant
1863. onJan28,2019803up2[hidden]dbremner:> An Empirical Study of Goto in C Programs [0] has some statistics about goto usag...
1864. onJan28,2019798up3[hidden]dbremner:> It is common for compiler frontends to translate structured control flow into co...
1865. onJan27,2019789up2[hidden]rohansingh:Testing pocket holes against mortise and tenon and dowel joints
1866. onJan27,2019800up2[hidden]rain1:Design philosophy of retro forth
1867. onJan27,2019798up2[hidden]dbremner:> It is common for compiler frontends to translate structured control flow into co...
1868. onJan27,2019786up3[hidden]rain1:> I made this! questions welcome
1869. onJan27,2019776up5[hidden]akkartik:single_cream: rain1's Minimal Scheme Interpreter
1870. onJan27,2019783up3[hidden]rain1:Goto, considered
1871. onJan27,2019784up4[hidden]rain1:Making C Less Dangerous in the Linux kernel
1872. onJan27,2019777up7[hidden]graygnome:Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP), by C. A. R. Hoare(PDF Version)
1873. onJan27,2019787up2[hidden]mulander:PostgreSQL: Backend Flowchart
1874. onJan27,2019780up2[hidden]emily:The wisdom of the crowd: HN Comments (2015)
1875. onJan27,2019783up2[hidden]rain1:Goto, considered
1876. onJan27,2019791up2[hidden]sebastien:> This is very clean, did you get your inspiration from any specific project, Sche...
1877. onJan27,2019777up6[hidden]graygnome:Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP), by C. A. R. Hoare(PDF Version)
1878. onJan27,2019790up2[hidden]mulander:Introduction to Hacking PostgreSQL
1879. onJan27,2019741up8[hidden]test_acck:Why I use old hardware
1880. onJan27,2019674up6[hidden]enow:Show laarc: Text input with a gamepad [video]
1881. onJan27,2019762up9[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1882. onJan27,2019784up3[hidden]rain1:Making C Less Dangerous in the Linux kernel
1883. onJan27,2019230up11[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
1884. onJan27,2019786up2[hidden]rain1:> I made this! questions welcome
1885. onJan27,2019726up7[hidden]rain1:Russ Cox - Our Software Dependency Problem
1886. onJan27,2019752up4[hidden]rain1:Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine
1887. onJan27,2019751up3[hidden]shawn:> Lettergram just showed me
1888. onJan27,2019742up5[hidden]shawn:> Laarc was written on an old 2015 MBP whose internal keyboard broke long ago. (I ...
1889. onJan27,2019745up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Long time ago, Dell introduced an Ubuntu-based laptop (1420 I think) with Core D...
1890. onJan27,2019762up8[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1891. onJan27,2019784up2[hidden]rain1:Making C Less Dangerous in the Linux kernel
1892. onJan27,2019777up5[hidden]graygnome:Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP), by C. A. R. Hoare(PDF Version)
1893. onJan27,2019776up4[hidden]akkartik:single_cream: rain1's Minimal Scheme Interpreter
1894. onJan27,2019753up4[hidden]matthias:Storybook - React UI development environment
1895. onJan27,2019769up2[hidden]emily:Reinspect: Use redux devtools to inspect useState and useReducer
1896. onJan27,2019752up3[hidden]rain1:Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine
1897. onJan27,2019754up2[hidden]rain1:Fabulous Fabula - Comfortably Numbered
1898. onJan27,2019768up3[hidden]sw:Show laarc: Arweave, a permanent web on a blockweave
1899. onJan27,2019779up2[hidden]akkartik:Langsec: Occupy Babel
1900. onJan27,2019777up4[hidden]graygnome:Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP), by C. A. R. Hoare(PDF Version)
1901. onJan27,2019726up6[hidden]rain1:Russ Cox - Our Software Dependency Problem
1902. onJan27,2019763up3[hidden]seantallen:> I use https://github.co...
1903. onJan27,2019770up3[hidden]Doreen:Geek heroes rescue Tonga from worst case fibre optic cable blackout
1904. onJan27,2019762up7[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1905. onJan27,2019765up4[hidden]seantallen:A Critique of Resizable Hash Tables: Riak Core & Random Slicing
1906. onJan27,2019777up3[hidden]graygnome:Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP), by C. A. R. Hoare(PDF Version)
1907. onJan27,2019762up6[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1908. onJan27,2019776up3[hidden]akkartik:single_cream: rain1's Minimal Scheme Interpreter
1909. onJan27,2019776up2[hidden]akkartik:single_cream: rain1's Minimal Scheme Interpreter
1910. onJan27,2019777up2[hidden]graygnome:Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP), by C. A. R. Hoare(PDF Version)
1911. onJan27,2019778up2[hidden]graygnome:> Alan Kay discusses a way to recreate a computational system with data available ...
1912. onJan27,2019759up5[hidden]burntsushi:Std::find() and memchr() Optimizations
1913. onJan27,2019762up5[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1914. onJan27,2019230up10[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
1915. onJan27,2019722up3[hidden]rain1:Programming paradigms every programmer should know
1916. onJan27,2019758up5[hidden]rohansingh:Autojump: A cd command that learns (a faster way to navigate your filesystem)
1917. onJan27,2019774up2[hidden]emily:> +1 for | and & and !
1918. onJan26,2019748up3[hidden]lettergram:> Auto fill for the tags when I'm creating. I recommend something like the select2...
1919. onJan26,2019748up2[hidden]lettergram:> Auto fill for the tags when I'm creating. I recommend something like the select2...
1920. onJan26,2019767up3[hidden]lettergram:> The main issue is actually data. I've hand labeled much of my training set for m...
1921. onJan26,2019763up2[hidden]seantallen:> I use https://github.co...
1922. onJan26,2019768up2[hidden]sw:Show laarc: Arweave, a permanent web on a blockweave
1923. onJan26,2019762up4[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1924. onJan26,2019770up2[hidden]Doreen:Geek heroes rescue Tonga from worst case fibre optic cable blackout
1925. onJan26,2019766up3[hidden]lettergram:> > How long have you been working with AI to get to this point? I've been w...
1926. onJan26,2019767up2[hidden]lettergram:> The main issue is actually data. I've hand labeled much of my training set for m...
1927. onJan26,2019766up2[hidden]lettergram:> > How long have you been working with AI to get to this point? I've been w...
1928. onJan26,2019759up4[hidden]burntsushi:Std::find() and memchr() Optimizations
1929. onJan26,2019752up2[hidden]rain1:Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine
1930. onJan26,2019755up5[hidden]rain1:Advanced Mac Substitute
1931. onJan26,2019759up3[hidden]burntsushi:Std::find() and memchr() Optimizations
1932. onJan26,2019762up3[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1933. onJan26,2019765up3[hidden]seantallen:A Critique of Resizable Hash Tables: Riak Core & Random Slicing
1934. onJan26,2019765up2[hidden]seantallen:A Critique of Resizable Hash Tables: Riak Core & Random Slicing
1935. onJan26,2019762up2[hidden]begriffs:C Portability Lessons from Weird Machines
1936. onJan26,2019759up2[hidden]burntsushi:Std::find() and memchr() Optimizations
1937. onJan26,2019726up5[hidden]rain1:Russ Cox - Our Software Dependency Problem
1938. onJan26,2019751up2[hidden]shawn:> Lettergram just showed me
1939. onJan26,2019749up6[hidden]lettergram:Show laarc: Sentence Classifications with Neural Networks
1940. onJan26,2019733up3[hidden]rain1:A Little Filesystem that Keeps Your Bits on Lock
1941. onJan26,2019741up7[hidden]test_acck:Why I use old hardware
1942. onJan26,2019758up4[hidden]rohansingh:Autojump: A cd command that learns (a faster way to navigate your filesystem)
1943. onJan26,2019724up5[hidden]digb:Can You Afford It?: Real-world Web Performance Budgets
1944. onJan26,2019758up3[hidden]rohansingh:Autojump: A cd command that learns (a faster way to navigate your filesystem)
1945. onJan26,2019753up3[hidden]matthias:Storybook - React UI development environment
1946. onJan26,2019749up5[hidden]lettergram:Show laarc: Sentence Classifications with Neural Networks
1947. onJan26,2019741up6[hidden]test_acck:Why I use old hardware
1948. onJan26,2019741up5[hidden]test_acck:Why I use old hardware
1949. onJan26,2019758up2[hidden]rohansingh:Autojump: A cd command that learns (a faster way to navigate your filesystem)
1950. onJan26,2019755up4[hidden]rain1:Advanced Mac Substitute
1951. onJan26,2019757up2[hidden]bluedino:> Reminds me of ARDI Executor. I always thought it was cool but it couldn't only d...
1952. onJan26,2019755up3[hidden]rain1:Advanced Mac Substitute
1953. onJan26,2019756up2[hidden]emily:> I’ve used Storybook on several projects, including both of the production apps a...
1954. onJan26,2019755up2[hidden]rain1:Advanced Mac Substitute
1955. onJan26,2019753up2[hidden]matthias:Storybook - React UI development environment
1956. onJan26,2019743up2[hidden]test_acck:> A more privacy-friendly, free/open source chat option like Matrix (Riot's a good...
1957. onJan26,2019192up4[hidden]JungleCat:> > The test of whether people love what they do is whether they'd do it even ...
1958. onJan26,2019745up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Long time ago, Dell introduced an Ubuntu-based laptop (1420 I think) with Core D...
1959. onJan26,2019742up4[hidden]shawn:> Laarc was written on an old 2015 MBP whose internal keyboard broke long ago. (I ...
1960. onJan26,2019718up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This is great. Brave to write it up, too. Glad you've started figuring that nece...
1961. onJan26,2019725up3[hidden]f5711:> A lack of language precision makes just about any discussion nearly impossible.<...
1962. onJan26,2019730up2[hidden]Doreen:> To my mind, this is a deeper point than language precision. People often think...
1963. onJan26,2019749up4[hidden]lettergram:Show laarc: Sentence Classifications with Neural Networks
1964. onJan26,2019747up3[hidden]emily:How Facebook tracks you on Android [video]
1965. onJan26,2019749up3[hidden]lettergram:Show laarc: Sentence Classifications with Neural Networks
1966. onJan26,2019747up2[hidden]emily:How Facebook tracks you on Android [video]
1967. onJan26,2019749up2[hidden]lettergram:Show laarc: Sentence Classifications with Neural Networks
1968. onJan26,2019750up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Ok, I misremembered. I hear you. I originally got that from Guttman who focused ...
1969. onJan26,2019737up2[hidden]akkartik:> Here's what I wrote you last March: "I like math :) My pet peeve is ...
1970. onJan26,2019744up2[hidden]emily:> Performance budgets are set early in the life of the project This is so...
1971. onJan26,2019718up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This is great. Brave to write it up, too. Glad you've started figuring that nece...
1972. onJan26,2019723up2[hidden]enow:Text Entry With Few Keys, a Comparison of Two Models
1973. onJan26,2019736up3[hidden]emily:Revery: Native, high-performance, cross-platform desktop apps built with Reason
1974. onJan26,2019745up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Long time ago, Dell introduced an Ubuntu-based laptop (1420 I think) with Core D...
1975. onJan26,2019741up4[hidden]test_acck:Why I use old hardware
1976. onJan26,2019742up3[hidden]shawn:> Laarc was written on an old 2015 MBP whose internal keyboard broke long ago. (I ...
1977. onJan26,2019738up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Password Typos and How to Correct Them Securely (2016)
1978. onJan26,2019742up2[hidden]shawn:> Laarc was written on an old 2015 MBP whose internal keyboard broke long ago. (I ...
1979. onJan26,2019231up5[hidden]shawn:> Inspired by HN's old feature requests thread (
1980. onJan26,2019724up4[hidden]digb:Can You Afford It?: Real-world Web Performance Budgets
1981. onJan26,2019741up3[hidden]test_acck:Why I use old hardware
1982. onJan26,2019717up3[hidden]f5711:> While Cooke was certainly transformative to the industry, I believe the phenomen...
1983. onJan26,2019741up2[hidden]test_acck:Why I use old hardware
1984. onJan26,2019686up3[hidden]f5711:> I would be curious if static layout might be easier to use long term, due to lea...
1985. onJan26,2019674up5[hidden]enow:Show laarc: Text input with a gamepad [video]
1986. onJan26,2019739up2[hidden]sillysaurus:> The paper is excellent:
1987. onJan26,2019736up2[hidden]emily:Revery: Native, high-performance, cross-platform desktop apps built with Reason
1988. onJan26,2019692up4[hidden]manuel:Orbit spirograph: the position of Venus relative to the Earth
1989. onJan26,2019705up3[hidden]rain1:Teletext graphics characters among those added to Unicode
1990. onJan26,2019726up4[hidden]rain1:Russ Cox - Our Software Dependency Problem
1991. onJan26,2019692up3[hidden]manuel:Orbit spirograph: the position of Venus relative to the Earth
1992. onJan26,2019726up3[hidden]rain1:Russ Cox - Our Software Dependency Problem
1993. onJan26,2019727up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:We Should Maintain Tools Used in Great, Educational Works
1994. onJan26,2019726up2[hidden]rain1:Russ Cox - Our Software Dependency Problem
1995. onJan26,2019724up3[hidden]digb:Can You Afford It?: Real-world Web Performance Budgets
1996. onJan26,2019733up2[hidden]rain1:A Little Filesystem that Keeps Your Bits on Lock
1997. onJan25,2019731up2[hidden]shawn:The most unexpected answer to a counting puzzle [video]
1998. onJan25,2019727up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:We Should Maintain Tools Used in Great, Educational Works
1999. onJan25,2019728up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> That's great to hear esp coming from you. You previously had no interest in thes...
2000. onJan25,2019725up2[hidden]f5711:> A lack of language precision makes just about any discussion nearly impossible.<...
2001. onJan25,2019720up2[hidden]akkartik:> I just bought this book. Hillel Wayne's summarization of formal methods (
2002. onJan25,2019724up2[hidden]digb:Can You Afford It?: Real-world Web Performance Budgets
2003. onJan25,2019668up5[hidden]Doreen:Getting a public life
2004. onJan25,2019721up2[hidden]emily:How to Improve Your Cybersecurity Skills with Capture The Flag Challenges
2005. onJan25,2019722up2[hidden]rain1:Programming paradigms every programmer should know
2006. onJan25,2019611up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Book that teaches the method is here:
2007. onJan25,2019717up2[hidden]f5711:> While Cooke was certainly transformative to the industry, I believe the phenomen...
2008. onJan25,2019719up2[hidden]Doreen:> At least, not one where I can work with the people pushing the bullshit vs co...
2009. onJan25,2019718up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This is great. Brave to write it up, too. Glad you've started figuring that nece...
2010. onJan25,2019698up2[hidden]farmer:The fabulist who changed journalism (2016)
2011. onJan25,2019668up4[hidden]Doreen:Getting a public life
2012. onJan24,2019714up3[hidden]enow:Man-Computer Symbiosis (1960)
2013. onJan24,2019672up2[hidden]shawn:> One advantage of not having types is having a repl, which party moves the pain o...
2014. onJan24,2019714up2[hidden]enow:Man-Computer Symbiosis (1960)
2015. onJan24,2019707up2[hidden]shawn:> Links to the episodes: S1E1 - CW&T: Keeping Production Close to Home
2016. onJan24,2019687up2[hidden]emily:Shouldn't We All Have Seamless Micropayments By Now?
2017. onJan24,2019711up2[hidden]rain1:> Not just understanding more about how that structure came about but that Saturn'...
2018. onJan24,2019712up2[hidden]rain1:Alexis King — Languages in an Afternoon
2019. onJan24,2019710up2[hidden]rain1:Astrophysicists convert moons and rings of Saturn into music
2020. onJan24,2019709up2[hidden]shawn:>
2021. onJan24,2019706up2[hidden]rain1:> In the linked document
2022. onJan24,2019708up2[hidden]rain1:Fast Random Integer Generation in an Interval - Daniel Lemire
2023. onJan24,2019692up2[hidden]manuel:Orbit spirograph: the position of Venus relative to the Earth
2024. onJan24,2019699up2[hidden]enow:> thanks for the feedback! Yes, I've been thinking quite a lot about the pros an...
2025. onJan24,2019705up2[hidden]rain1:Teletext graphics characters among those added to Unicode
2026. onJan24,2019666up3[hidden]rain1:Project Everest
2027. onJan24,2019704up2[hidden]rohansingh:The Edge: a podcast about digital fabrication
2028. onJan24,2019689up2[hidden]akkartik:Super Mario Telemachy
2029. onJan24,2019668up3[hidden]Doreen:Getting a public life
2030. onJan24,2019674up4[hidden]enow:Show laarc: Text input with a gamepad [video]
2031. onJan24,2019678up3[hidden]Doreen:No screen time: Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption
2032. onJan24,2019663up4[hidden]akkartik:Why Don't People Use Formal Methods?
2033. onJan24,2019688up2[hidden]emily:When you have a serious hereditary disease, who has a right to know?
2034. onJan24,2019686up2[hidden]f5711:> I would be curious if static layout might be easier to use long term, due to lea...
2035. onJan24,2019638up2[hidden]nickb:Europe's lab-grown meat startups raise the steaks
2036. onJan24,2019674up3[hidden]enow:Show laarc: Text input with a gamepad [video]
2037. onJan23,2019636up3[hidden]farmer:The night of a cascading failure
2038. onJan23,2019584up6[hidden]rain1:Rain-1: use sftp not scp
2039. onJan23,2019678up2[hidden]Doreen:No screen time: Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption
2040. onJan23,2019679up2[hidden]joe:> Anybody in tonga should communicate with the outside world with whatsapp/email u...
2041. onJan23,2019231up4[hidden]shawn:> Inspired by HN's old feature requests thread (
2042. onJan23,2019649up3[hidden]rain1:German tank problem - Wikipedia
2043. onJan23,2019676up2[hidden]brylie:> Open source development process for laarc platform.
2044. onJan23,2019675up2[hidden]rain1:Effects-bibliography: theory and practice of computational effects
2045. onJan23,2019674up2[hidden]enow:Show laarc: Text input with a gamepad [video]
2046. onJan23,2019669up2[hidden]shawn:A study on continuations
2047. onJan23,2019671up2[hidden]shawn:> One of the best papers for exploring evaluation models is The Art of the Interpr...
2048. onJan23,2019670up2[hidden]akkartik:Capital, Vol. 1 by Karl Marx / Notes on the Companion by David Harvey
2049. onJan23,2019668up2[hidden]Doreen:Getting a public life
2050. onJan22,2019667up2[hidden]rain1:Sprintf in F*
2051. onJan22,2019666up2[hidden]rain1:Project Everest
2052. onJan22,2019663up3[hidden]akkartik:Why Don't People Use Formal Methods?
2053. onJan22,2019663up2[hidden]akkartik:Why Don't People Use Formal Methods?
2054. onJan22,2019612up2[hidden]shawn:> When this was posted to HN in 2009, I remember how interesting the comments were...
2055. onJan22,2019601up2[hidden]shawn:Getting In: The social logic of Ivy League admissions (2005)
2056. onJan22,2019657up2[hidden]shawn:> There was. I winced when I realized. In clojure you can write ‘({:a 1}) and you ...
2057. onJan22,2019655up2[hidden]shawn:> Fixed. Thanks for posting that.
2058. onJan21,2019650up4[hidden]shawn:Laarc iOS pre-alpha
2059. onJan21,2019652up3[hidden]emily:> https://imgur.com/gal...
2060. onJan21,2019653up2[hidden]akkartik:The Eternal Mainframe
2061. onJan21,2019651up3[hidden]shawn:> We’ve been working on an iOS client for laarc, and Emily’s work is so good that ...
2062. onJan21,2019652up2[hidden]emily:> https://imgur.com/gal...
2063. onJan21,2019650up3[hidden]shawn:Laarc iOS pre-alpha
2064. onJan21,2019649up2[hidden]rain1:German tank problem - Wikipedia
2065. onJan21,2019651up2[hidden]shawn:> We’ve been working on an iOS client for laarc, and Emily’s work is so good that ...
2066. onJan21,2019650up2[hidden]shawn:Laarc iOS pre-alpha
2067. onJan21,2019647up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "But there is already a fine system in place for that: you can’t beat Apple’s se...
2068. onJan21,2019646up2[hidden]shawn:> This is really good. It’s also a reminder to double check laarc’s backup strateg...
2069. onJan21,2019647up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "But there is already a fine system in place for that: you can’t beat Apple’s se...
2070. onJan21,2019627up3[hidden]miles:> Very well said. The Civil Liberties Defense Center concurs: Outrun the bear:...
2071. onJan21,2019626up3[hidden]shawn:> Because the user doesn’t have control over the web server that is providing t...
2072. onJan21,2019636up2[hidden]farmer:The night of a cascading failure
2073. onJan21,2019642up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Typeful Programming (1991) (pdf)
2074. onJan21,2019613up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Highlight below with music being a great example lots of laypeople would underst...
2075. onJan21,2019624up3[hidden]miles:Response to analysis of ProtonMail's cryptographic architecture
2076. onJan21,2019617up3[hidden]miles:The Most Powerful Mac Is 6 Years Old and Not Sold By Apple
2077. onJan21,2019602up3[hidden]enow:Path traced Quake II
2078. onJan21,2019616up3[hidden]OberstKrueger:> This reminds me of how after Doom 3 was released, there were a few mods for Quak...
2079. onJan21,2019607up4[hidden]enow:> Messing around with the Quake II, engine is how I really got hooked on programmi...
2080. onJan21,2019623up3[hidden]Doreen:Five Balls, Two Hands: The Patterns of Juggling [video]
2081. onJan21,2019622up3[hidden]Doreen:> He didn't actually quit. He merely changed handles. It's basically an open secre...
2082. onJan21,2019627up2[hidden]miles:> Very well said. The Civil Liberties Defense Center concurs: Outrun the bear:...
2083. onJan21,2019626up2[hidden]shawn:> Because the user doesn’t have control over the web server that is providing t...
2084. onJan21,2019624up2[hidden]miles:Response to analysis of ProtonMail's cryptographic architecture
2085. onJan20,2019625up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Thanks for the tip! I'll check it out sometime.
2086. onJan20,2019622up2[hidden]Doreen:> He didn't actually quit. He merely changed handles. It's basically an open secre...
2087. onJan20,2019623up2[hidden]Doreen:Five Balls, Two Hands: The Patterns of Juggling [video]
2088. onJan20,2019603up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:RiderofGiraffe's Blog for Post-HN Content
2089. onJan20,2019619up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:How switching my parents over to Linux reduced headaches and support calls
2090. onJan20,2019621up2[hidden]rain1:Interview with POPL 2019 Most Influential Paper Winners
2091. onJan20,2019617up2[hidden]miles:The Most Powerful Mac Is 6 Years Old and Not Sold By Apple
2092. onJan20,2019618up2[hidden]miles:> Of course, the promised hardware refresh[0] should shake things up a bit. And th...
2093. onJan20,2019619up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:How switching my parents over to Linux reduced headaches and support calls
2094. onJan20,2019620up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This is very similar to what I did in terms of software used, methods, and outco...
2095. onJan20,2019609up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I may be misunderstanding you but we do have such tooling. There are static anal...
2096. onJan20,2019616up2[hidden]OberstKrueger:> This reminds me of how after Doom 3 was released, there were a few mods for Quak...
2097. onJan20,2019607up3[hidden]enow:> Messing around with the Quake II, engine is how I really got hooked on programmi...
2098. onJan20,2019311up4[hidden]shawn:> Done! https://www....
2099. onJan20,2019230up9[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
2100. onJan20,2019615up3[hidden]akkartik:A Bridge too Far: E.W. Dijkstra and Logic
2101. onJan20,2019615up2[hidden]akkartik:A Bridge too Far: E.W. Dijkstra and Logic
2102. onJan20,2019614up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Zkeme80: Forth-based OS for TI-84+ Calculator
2103. onJan20,2019584up5[hidden]rain1:Rain-1: use sftp not scp
2104. onJan20,2019588up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Preparing for Prison (2016)
2105. onJan20,2019611up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Book that teaches the method is here:
2106. onJan20,2019608up3[hidden]rain1:> I think it's a very important lesson that it's that difficult to get a basic pro...
2107. onJan20,2019613up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Highlight below with music being a great example lots of laypeople would underst...
2108. onJan19,2019607up2[hidden]enow:> Messing around with the Quake II, engine is how I really got hooked on programmi...
2109. onJan19,2019591up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Andrew Wiles: what does it feel like to do maths?
2110. onJan19,2019609up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I may be misunderstanding you but we do have such tooling. There are static anal...
2111. onJan19,2019610up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Cleanroom: High-Quality Software via Semiformal Specification and Verification
2112. onJan19,2019608up2[hidden]rain1:> I think it's a very important lesson that it's that difficult to get a basic pro...
2113. onJan19,2019605up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Binary Search Reconsidered
2114. onJan19,2019603up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:RiderofGiraffe's Blog for Post-HN Content
2115. onJan19,2019592up3[hidden]shawn:Withdrawing from Hacker News (2011)
2116. onJan19,2019606up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I knew they were connected! The ones I met did things that seem connected like i...
2117. onJan19,2019582up3[hidden]mrcharlesnw:> This graph has always fascinated me. As someone who operates a root CA, and is c...
2118. onJan19,2019604up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Discovered it in comments section of the Withdrawing from Hacker News article sh...
2119. onJan19,2019605up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Binary Search Reconsidered
2120. onJan19,2019603up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:RiderofGiraffe's Blog for Post-HN Content
2121. onJan19,2019592up2[hidden]shawn:Withdrawing from Hacker News (2011)
2122. onJan19,2019594up2[hidden]palish:Diametrical Model Of Autism And Schizophrenia
2123. onJan19,2019602up2[hidden]enow:Path traced Quake II
2124. onJan19,2019590up3[hidden]manuel:How many samples do you need to take to know how big a set is?
2125. onJan19,2019573up4[hidden]miles:> Thanks so much for posting a link to my humble corner of the web, Eric - your ki...
2126. onJan19,2019598up2[hidden]palish:Deliverance From 27,000 Feet
2127. onJan19,2019582up2[hidden]mrcharlesnw:> This graph has always fascinated me. As someone who operates a root CA, and is c...
2128. onJan19,2019590up2[hidden]manuel:How many samples do you need to take to know how big a set is?
2129. onJan19,2019561up4[hidden]Doreen:Your Guide to January's Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse
2130. onJan19,2019565up5[hidden]rain1:Dalek cryptography
2131. onJan19,2019571up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Postgres Full-Text Search is Good Enough
2132. onJan19,2019569up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:HN Thread on Capture the Flag Events
2133. onJan19,2019572up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:Automated, Modular, Refinement Reasoning for Concurrent Programs
2134. onJan19,2019588up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Preparing for Prison (2016)
2135. onJan19,2019587up2[hidden]nickb:Birds' migration secrets to be revealed by space tracker (2014)
2136. onJan19,2019575up6[hidden]miles:Positive psychology in the investigation of psychedelics and entactogens
2137. onJan19,2019572up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Automated, Modular, Refinement Reasoning for Concurrent Programs
2138. onJan19,2019536up4[hidden]akkartik:How Genghis Khan made the modern world
2139. onJan19,2019577up4[hidden]miles:Defending against Windows 10 bug fixes
2140. onJan19,2019568up3[hidden]akkartik:Layers: A new way to organize programs
2141. onJan19,2019559up2[hidden]nickb:CERN's future particle collider
2142. onJan19,2019413up5[hidden]nickpsecurity:Design and Verification of Secure Systems (1981)
2143. onJan19,2019516up4[hidden]rain1:Let's talk about PAKE
2144. onJan19,2019560up3[hidden]rain1:Federal PKI graph
2145. onJan19,2019565up4[hidden]rain1:Dalek cryptography
2146. onJan19,2019572up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Automated, Modular, Refinement Reasoning for Concurrent Programs
2147. onJan19,2019536up3[hidden]akkartik:How Genghis Khan made the modern world
2148. onJan19,2019586up2[hidden]palish:Reflections on Relativity
2149. onJan19,2019584up4[hidden]rain1:Rain-1: use sftp not scp
2150. onJan19,2019583up4[hidden]rain1:Bash wiki: code injection, multiple layers
2151. onJan19,2019398up3[hidden]emily:Git Magic: A Usage-First Guide to Git
2152. onJan19,2019585up2[hidden]srid:An Actual Freedom From The Human Condition
2153. onJan19,2019583up3[hidden]rain1:Bash wiki: code injection, multiple layers
2154. onJan19,2019584up3[hidden]rain1:Rain-1: use sftp not scp
2155. onJan18,2019584up2[hidden]rain1:Rain-1: use sftp not scp
2156. onJan18,2019583up2[hidden]rain1:Bash wiki: code injection, multiple layers
2157. onJan18,2019578up2[hidden]rain1:Tape #1-2
2158. onJan18,2019575up5[hidden]miles:Positive psychology in the investigation of psychedelics and entactogens
2159. onJan18,2019518up3[hidden]rain1:> I had no idea this was possible until today! There are cryptographic protocols...
2160. onJan18,2019524up2[hidden]shawn:> Also see: h...
2161. onJan18,2019531up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Turning low-entropy inputs into random numbers is an active sub-field whose prod...
2162. onJan18,2019532up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I love this video for how it makes dangers of mercury poisoning real for people ...
2163. onJan18,2019564up3[hidden]rain1:> I did a literature review on continuations, here:
2164. onJan18,2019570up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> It both lists lots of events plus has educational comments about properly design...
2165. onJan18,2019573up3[hidden]miles:> Thanks so much for posting a link to my humble corner of the web, Eric - your ki...
2166. onJan18,2019576up4[hidden]modern_einstein:> Too bad its on Sunday rather than Saturday, but I'm still excited to see it.
2167. onJan18,2019577up3[hidden]miles:Defending against Windows 10 bug fixes
2168. onJan18,2019570up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> It both lists lots of events plus has educational comments about properly design...
2169. onJan18,2019577up2[hidden]miles:Defending against Windows 10 bug fixes
2170. onJan18,2019576up3[hidden]modern_einstein:> Too bad its on Sunday rather than Saturday, but I'm still excited to see it.
2171. onJan18,2019576up2[hidden]modern_einstein:> Too bad its on Sunday rather than Saturday, but I'm still excited to see it.
2172. onJan18,2019573up2[hidden]miles:> Thanks so much for posting a link to my humble corner of the web, Eric - your ki...
2173. onJan18,2019575up4[hidden]miles:Positive psychology in the investigation of psychedelics and entactogens
2174. onJan18,2019392up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Thank! One feature I can suggest up-front is good search. Two kinds: 1. Doing ...
2175. onJan18,2019487up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Really cool. I like the simplicity of just adding .json. If I'm looking at that ...
2176. onJan18,2019575up3[hidden]miles:Positive psychology in the investigation of psychedelics and entactogens
2177. onJan18,2019574up2[hidden]akkartik:Long-term effects of Differential Supervision in a Bureaucratic Organization
2178. onJan18,2019575up2[hidden]miles:Positive psychology in the investigation of psychedelics and entactogens
2179. onJan18,2019335up4[hidden]shawn:> Done! If you go into your profile page, you'll notice that you can now verify yo...
2180. onJan18,2019328up2[hidden]akkartik:> Email notifications when someone responds to my comment?
2181. onJan18,2019436up4[hidden]akkartik:> In Mastodon I can copy links with ellipses and somehow magically still end up wi...
2182. onJan18,2019230up8[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
2183. onJan17,2019461up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "OffByOne Web Browser 3.5a [409k] + "May be the world's smallest and fastest Web...
2184. onJan17,2019422up6[hidden]ers35:Tiny Apps: self-contained software weighing 1.44MB or less
2185. onJan17,2019572up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Automated, Modular, Refinement Reasoning for Concurrent Programs
2186. onJan17,2019571up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Postgres Full-Text Search is Good Enough
2187. onJan17,2019569up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:HN Thread on Capture the Flag Events
2188. onJan17,2019567up2[hidden]tiger-Gautreaux:> That's actually pretty fascinating.
2189. onJan17,2019564up2[hidden]rain1:> I did a literature review on continuations, here:
2190. onJan17,2019568up2[hidden]akkartik:Layers: A new way to organize programs
2191. onJan17,2019565up3[hidden]rain1:Dalek cryptography
2192. onJan17,2019561up3[hidden]Doreen:Your Guide to January's Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse
2193. onJan17,2019565up2[hidden]rain1:Dalek cryptography
2194. onJan16,2019563up2[hidden]shawn:Continuations and concurrency [Hieb90] [pdf]
2195. onJan16,2019561up2[hidden]Doreen:Your Guide to January's Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse
2196. onJan16,2019560up2[hidden]rain1:Federal PKI graph
2197. onJan16,2019511up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Interpreting Programs in SSA Form
2198. onJan16,2019530up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Academics Make Breakthrough in Random Number Generation
2199. onJan16,2019490up3[hidden]akkartik:Fear and Loathing in Linux (or Who Needs /etc/motd)
2200. onJan16,2019536up2[hidden]akkartik:How Genghis Khan made the modern world
2201. onJan15,2019531up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Turning low-entropy inputs into random numbers is an active sub-field whose prod...
2202. onJan15,2019530up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Academics Make Breakthrough in Random Number Generation
2203. onJan15,2019532up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I love this video for how it makes dangers of mercury poisoning real for people ...
2204. onJan15,2019513up2[hidden]shawn:A Scientist Spilled 2 Drops Organic Mercury On Her Hand [video]
2205. onJan15,2019517up2[hidden]Doreen:This vintage photo is not a negative
2206. onJan15,2019516up3[hidden]rain1:Let's talk about PAKE
2207. onJan14,2019525up2[hidden]akkartik:Simon Peyton Jones, "How to write a great research paper"
2208. onJan14,2019500up2[hidden]akkartik:> This seems relevant:
2209. onJan14,2019491up3[hidden]rain1:> This is basically what it's like using linux every day.
2210. onJan14,2019515up2[hidden]tiger-Gautreaux:> I find it adorably cute that a random nail polish subreddit made it here.
2211. onJan14,2019518up2[hidden]rain1:> I had no idea this was possible until today! There are cryptographic protocols...
2212. onJan14,2019519up2[hidden]akkartik:Unusually Effective Debugging
2213. onJan14,2019516up2[hidden]rain1:Let's talk about PAKE
2214. onJan13,2019514up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Unifying Logical and Statistical AI
2215. onJan13,2019512up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Tesla's Big Mistake?
2216. onJan13,2019510up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Toshi: Elasticsearch Competitor in Rust
2217. onJan13,2019511up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Interpreting Programs in SSA Form
2218. onJan13,2019508up2[hidden]shawn:How the Black Death Conquered Europe
2219. onJan13,2019511up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Interpreting Programs in SSA Form
2220. onJan13,2019498up3[hidden]akkartik:Visualizing execution as just a physical, static fact about a program
2221. onJan13,2019498up2[hidden]akkartik:Visualizing execution as just a physical, static fact about a program
2222. onJan13,2019494up3[hidden]rain1:PostgreSQL: The dangers of streaming across versions of glibc: A cautionary tale
2223. onJan12,2019496up2[hidden]rain1:> I like the observation that you are embedding a dynamically typed language into ...
2224. onJan12,2019495up3[hidden]akkartik:State Machines and Mutating APIs
2225. onJan12,2019492up2[hidden]rain1:Revert "Revert "Revert "Revert "Revert "Revert "Revert "Revert "Rever…
2226. onJan12,2019493up2[hidden]rain1:Four Cool URLs - Alex Pounds
2227. onJan12,2019494up2[hidden]rain1:PostgreSQL: The dangers of streaming across versions of glibc: A cautionary tale
2228. onJan12,2019495up2[hidden]akkartik:State Machines and Mutating APIs
2229. onJan12,2019491up2[hidden]rain1:> This is basically what it's like using linux every day.
2230. onJan12,2019490up2[hidden]akkartik:Fear and Loathing in Linux (or Who Needs /etc/motd)
2231. onJan12,2019489up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Good work and thanks! :)
2232. onJan12,2019487up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Really cool. I like the simplicity of just adding .json. If I'm looking at that ...
2233. onJan12,2019488up2[hidden]shawn:> Correct. If you notice any problems, let me know.
2234. onJan12,2019476up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:ULisp: LISP for Microcontrollers
2235. onJan11,2019483up4[hidden]rain1:NandGame - Build a computer from scratch.
2236. onJan11,2019484up2[hidden]shawn:> Ok, there is an initial JSON API. For any user or item, you can add .json to t...
2237. onJan11,2019486up2[hidden]Doreen:> I have little that is new to report in physics. The rotational motion of a dipol...
2238. onJan11,2019436up3[hidden]akkartik:> In Mastodon I can copy links with ellipses and somehow magically still end up wi...
2239. onJan11,2019378up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I probably should've read the guidelines first. Just jumped in. I noticed the re...
2240. onJan11,2019379up3[hidden]shawn:> Actually, for now, go ahead and err on the side of submitting more things; you h...
2241. onJan11,2019230up7[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
2242. onJan11,2019485up2[hidden]akkartik:> I wonder what that postscript is about!
2243. onJan11,2019480up2[hidden]Doreen:> From the HN discussion: Link to a piece that gives context and sums the letter u...
2244. onJan11,2019479up3[hidden]Doreen:Einstein's Letter to Marie Curie (1911)
2245. onJan11,2019483up3[hidden]rain1:NandGame - Build a computer from scratch.
2246. onJan11,2019483up2[hidden]rain1:NandGame - Build a computer from scratch.
2247. onJan11,2019475up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Notable for bringing up the fact that comments follow 1% rule and power law: <...
2248. onJan11,2019479up2[hidden]Doreen:Einstein's Letter to Marie Curie (1911)
2249. onJan11,2019475up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Notable for bringing up the fact that comments follow 1% rule and power law: <...
2250. onJan11,2019478up2[hidden]rain1:Donald Knuth's 24th Annual Christmas Lecture: Dancing Links
2251. onJan11,2019474up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Most of What You Read on the Internet is Written by Insane People
2252. onJan11,2019471up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Simulation and Formal Verification of x86 Programs That Make System Calls
2253. onJan11,2019468up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Datacenter as a Computer: Designing Warehouse-Scale Machines
2254. onJan11,2019469up4[hidden]rain1:Technoblogy - Lisp Badge
2255. onJan11,2019423up5[hidden]shawn:The Hand Licking Incident
2256. onJan11,2019469up3[hidden]rain1:Technoblogy - Lisp Badge
2257. onJan11,2019469up2[hidden]rain1:Technoblogy - Lisp Badge
2258. onJan10,2019450up2[hidden]Doreen:> Thanks! I'm blown away by the reception it got.
2259. onJan10,2019453up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Paper introduces several forms of parallel computation, randomizing algorithms, ...
2260. onJan10,2019460up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Abstract: “This dissertation investigates the utility of a programmable VLSI ana...
2261. onJan10,2019461up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> "OffByOne Web Browser 3.5a [409k] + "May be the world's smallest and fastest Web...
2262. onJan10,2019462up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> My goto presentation is now these slides [1] showing just how much of a buggy pi...
2263. onJan10,2019463up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> They said in the article they couldn't fix the stuff because it would break othe...
2264. onJan10,2019468up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:The Datacenter as a Computer: Designing Warehouse-Scale Machines
2265. onJan10,2019464up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Oft-quoted paper on spread of fake news was fake news
2266. onJan10,2019413up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Design and Verification of Secure Systems (1981)
2267. onJan10,2019456up4[hidden]rain1:Microkernels - The component-based operating systems
2268. onJan10,2019457up2[hidden]Doreen:Is it a cheetah?
2269. onJan10,2019420up2[hidden]akkartik:> "the API implementation is so broken right now that fixing it is almost guara...
2270. onJan10,2019419up3[hidden]akkartik:Kernel quality control, or the lack thereof
2271. onJan10,2019422up5[hidden]ers35:Tiny Apps: self-contained software weighing 1.44MB or less
2272. onJan9,2019330up4[hidden]shawn:> I don't want one aggregator to control this on all sites I use either. ...
2273. onJan9,2019261up3[hidden]JungleCat:> Preferably as a user config option though, reason being that without the blank t...
2274. onJan9,2019452up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Parallel Algorithms for Depth-First Search (1991)
2275. onJan9,2019454up2[hidden]akkartik:Habitable Software
2276. onJan9,2019455up2[hidden]rain1:Automation Encourages More Automation - Artsy Engineering
2277. onJan9,2019456up3[hidden]rain1:Microkernels - The component-based operating systems
2278. onJan9,2019458up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:How to Make Sure Your Talk Doesn't Suck (pdf) (slides)
2279. onJan9,2019458up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:How to Make Sure Your Talk Doesn't Suck (pdf) (slides)
2280. onJan9,2019429up5[hidden]rain1:Progurls - world's simplest programming news aggregator
2281. onJan9,2019429up4[hidden]rain1:Progurls - world's simplest programming news aggregator
2282. onJan9,2019456up2[hidden]rain1:Microkernels - The component-based operating systems
2283. onJan8,2019425up4[hidden]akkartik:> This is wonderful. Back in 2014 I wrote (not nearly as well): "[Sometimes] ...
2284. onJan8,2019436up2[hidden]akkartik:> In Mastodon I can copy links with ellipses and somehow magically still end up wi...
2285. onJan8,2019447up2[hidden]akkartik:Potholes to avoid when migrating to IPv6
2286. onJan8,2019446up2[hidden]rain1:Mersenne Prime Discovery - 2^82589933-1 is Prime!
2287. onJan7,2019413up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Design and Verification of Secure Systems (1981)
2288. onJan7,2019440up2[hidden]__:Reduce webpack bundle size by eliminating duplicates
2289. onJan7,2019428up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Whole, Program Compilation in MLton (2006)
2290. onJan7,2019426up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Security Engineering
2291. onJan7,2019437up3[hidden]akkartik:The trouble with 'readability' (2013)
2292. onJan7,2019433up2[hidden]nickb:Can you bootstrap a startup on the side?
2293. onJan7,2019438up2[hidden]phyllis:Staying awake: the surprisingly effective way to treat depression
2294. onJan7,2019435up2[hidden]sillysaurus:On Hacking - Richard Stallman (2003)
2295. onJan7,2019426up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Security Engineering
2296. onJan7,2019437up2[hidden]akkartik:The trouble with 'readability' (2013)
2297. onJan7,2019395up3[hidden]rain1:> It's amusing how this is relevant to tweeting.
2298. onJan7,2019421up3[hidden]emily:> Although admittedly, I have never read any classic Joel, he strikes me as a “hav...
2299. onJan7,2019422up4[hidden]ers35:Tiny Apps: self-contained software weighing 1.44MB or less
2300. onJan7,2019428up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Whole, Program Compilation in MLton (2006)
2301. onJan7,2019429up3[hidden]rain1:Progurls - world's simplest programming news aggregator
2302. onJan7,2019422up3[hidden]ers35:Tiny Apps: self-contained software weighing 1.44MB or less
2303. onJan7,2019429up2[hidden]rain1:Progurls - world's simplest programming news aggregator
2304. onJan7,2019428up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Whole, Program Compilation in MLton (2006)
2305. onJan7,2019409up4[hidden]rain1:DuckDuckGo now fingerprinting visitors
2306. onJan7,2019415up3[hidden]shawn:> This might be a case of DDG optimizing for the wrong metrics. It’s hard to balan...
2307. onJan7,2019384up3[hidden]phyllis:When Twenty-Six Thousand Stinkbugs Invade Your Home
2308. onJan7,2019406up2[hidden]emily:How the Fox and the Hedgehog Can Make You a Better Developer
2309. onJan7,2019400up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Hiring and the market for lemons (2016)
2310. onJan7,2019425up3[hidden]akkartik:> This is wonderful. Back in 2014 I wrote (not nearly as well): "[Sometimes] ...
2311. onJan7,2019423up4[hidden]shawn:The Hand Licking Incident
2312. onJan7,2019418up2[hidden]shawn:> Ok, I bumped the hyperlink truncation threshold from 60 to 100. It might be rais...
2313. onJan7,2019415up2[hidden]shawn:> This might be a case of DDG optimizing for the wrong metrics. It’s hard to balan...
2314. onJan7,2019396up4[hidden]rain1:Is your HTML bloated? A flamegraph can tell you why
2315. onJan7,2019325up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This was a big problem for me on various forums. I don't want one aggregator to ...
2316. onJan7,2019419up2[hidden]akkartik:Kernel quality control, or the lack thereof
2317. onJan7,2019425up2[hidden]akkartik:> This is wonderful. Back in 2014 I wrote (not nearly as well): "[Sometimes] ...
2318. onJan7,2019423up3[hidden]shawn:The Hand Licking Incident
2319. onJan7,2019423up2[hidden]shawn:The Hand Licking Incident
2320. onJan7,2019422up2[hidden]ers35:Tiny Apps: self-contained software weighing 1.44MB or less
2321. onJan7,2019421up2[hidden]emily:> Although admittedly, I have never read any classic Joel, he strikes me as a “hav...
2322. onJan7,2019400up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Hiring and the market for lemons (2016)
2323. onJan7,2019345up4[hidden]shawn:Henry Darger Documentary
2324. onJan6,2019416up2[hidden]nickb:Someone Served His Friends Tacos Made from His Own Amputated Leg
2325. onJan6,2019411up3[hidden]rain1:> Encoding the boundary within which we want our program to lie is a great concept...
2326. onJan6,2019414up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I talk about separation kernels a lot as being strongest, building block for sec...
2327. onJan6,2019413up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Design and Verification of Secure Systems (1981)
2328. onJan6,2019411up2[hidden]rain1:> Encoding the boundary within which we want our program to lie is a great concept...
2329. onJan6,2019410up2[hidden]akkartik:An alternative worldview to 'modularity' (2016)
2330. onJan6,2019405up2[hidden]phyllis:How To Be a Systems Thinker
2331. onJan6,2019409up3[hidden]rain1:DuckDuckGo now fingerprinting visitors
2332. onJan6,2019409up2[hidden]rain1:DuckDuckGo now fingerprinting visitors
2333. onJan6,2019397up3[hidden]nickb:Brutalist design: the bad influence we all need
2334. onJan6,2019407up2[hidden]akkartik:> Relevant: https...
2335. onJan6,2019397up2[hidden]nickb:Brutalist design: the bad influence we all need
2336. onJan6,2019383up5[hidden]akkartik:The Corn Theory of Everything
2337. onJan6,2019395up2[hidden]rain1:> It's amusing how this is relevant to tweeting.
2338. onJan6,2019398up2[hidden]emily:Git Magic: A Usage-First Guide to Git
2339. onJan6,2019396up3[hidden]rain1:Is your HTML bloated? A flamegraph can tell you why
2340. onJan6,2019391up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Learn Prolog Now
2341. onJan5,2019396up2[hidden]rain1:Is your HTML bloated? A flamegraph can tell you why
2342. onJan5,2019374up2[hidden]palish:How to Write Telegrams Properly (1928)
2343. onJan5,2019393up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Wow! I knew it was overused but I was off on the specifics by some exponents or ...
2344. onJan5,2019394up2[hidden]rain1:> That was pretty mind blowing. I've known about the dangers of HFCS and read a bi...
2345. onJan5,2019383up4[hidden]akkartik:The Corn Theory of Everything
2346. onJan5,2019392up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Thank! One feature I can suggest up-front is good search. Two kinds: 1. Doing ...
2347. onJan5,2019391up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Learn Prolog Now
2348. onJan5,2019389up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Implementing functional languages: A Tutorial (pdf)
2349. onJan5,2019383up3[hidden]akkartik:The Corn Theory of Everything
2350. onJan5,2019384up2[hidden]phyllis:When Twenty-Six Thousand Stinkbugs Invade Your Home
2351. onJan5,2019380up3[hidden]Doreen:The Modern Dignity of an Uncontacted Tribe
2352. onJan5,2019379up2[hidden]shawn:> Actually, for now, go ahead and err on the side of submitting more things; you h...
2353. onJan5,2019372up3[hidden]shawn:> aaronsw on the downsides:
2354. onJan5,2019371up2[hidden]nickb:"Ask PG & other successful folks: how did your life change after FU money?"
2355. onJan5,2019387up2[hidden]shawn:Shane's Editor
2356. onJan5,2019381up2[hidden]Doreen:> Related: Brazil: Jair Bolsonaro launches assault on Amazon rainforest protect...
2357. onJan5,2019383up2[hidden]akkartik:The Corn Theory of Everything
2358. onJan5,2019382up2[hidden]akkartik:The Story of the Intel SPMD Program Compiler
2359. onJan5,2019380up2[hidden]Doreen:The Modern Dignity of an Uncontacted Tribe
2360. onJan5,2019372up2[hidden]shawn:> aaronsw on the downsides:
2361. onJan5,2019378up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> I probably should've read the guidelines first. Just jumped in. I noticed the re...
2362. onJan5,2019375up2[hidden]Doreen:A Dramatic Tree House by Budget-Conscious DIY Builders
2363. onJan5,2019368up2[hidden]shawn:> No no, good catch. Thanks for pointing out these corner cases. I'm heading over ...
2364. onJan5,2019355up3[hidden]rain1:> I've watched this before. It's quite fascinating. I wonder how someone can be de...
2365. onJan5,2019370up2[hidden]shawn:> It's unrelated. I only meant that the interfaces are both austere.
2366. onJan5,2019349up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Oh yeah, that was a slip. I've clearly spent more time posting links on Lobsters...
2367. onJan5,2019347up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Might as well make my first, real submission one of my best summaries of how to ...
2368. onJan5,2019346up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Techniques for Ensuring Software Correctness
2369. onJan4,201947up4[hidden]Doreen:How to agree to disagree
2370. onJan4,2019192up3[hidden]JungleCat:> > The test of whether people love what they do is whether they'd do it even ...
2371. onJan4,2019187up3[hidden]sillysaurus:How to Do What You Love (2006)
2372. onJan4,2019285up3[hidden]JungleCat:> Well it does run, but the "code" is, well... just me playing around with a lot o...
2373. onJan4,2019282up2[hidden]sillysaurus:> This is way cool. Is the source code up somewhere? Even if it doesn't run, it wo...
2374. onJan4,2019274up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Pathfinding for Tower Defense
2375. onJan4,2019278up4[hidden]JungleCat:> > For Tower Defense style games, I’ve used it to find paths from all locatio...
2376. onJan4,2019341up3[hidden]shawn:> Here's the commit:
2377. onJan4,2019357up3[hidden]rain1:Max Bernstein | Bytecode compilers and interpreters
2378. onJan4,2019362up2[hidden]emily:Spotify Engineering - Scalable User Privacy
2379. onJan4,2019354up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Concurrent objects and SCOOP
2380. onJan4,2019346up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Techniques for Ensuring Software Correctness
2381. onJan4,2019326up4[hidden]nickpsecurity:Risks of Cryptocurrencies
2382. onJan4,2019355up2[hidden]rain1:> I've watched this before. It's quite fascinating. I wonder how someone can be de...
2383. onJan4,2019358up2[hidden]Doreen:Why the Northernmost Town in America Exists
2384. onJan4,2019357up2[hidden]rain1:Max Bernstein | Bytecode compilers and interpreters
2385. onJan4,2019283up2[hidden]palish:> It will be interesting to see how bitcoin weathers the storm. One clever advan...
2386. onJan4,2019323up3[hidden]akkartik:> By 'staggered' are you referring to how the code tends to indent towards the rig...
2387. onJan4,2019345up3[hidden]shawn:Henry Darger Documentary
2388. onJan4,2019339up2[hidden]emily:> Reply to me!
2389. onJan4,2019338up2[hidden]shawn:> Testing email replies to comments.
2390. onJan4,2019337up2[hidden]shawn:> Testing email replies to toplevel submissions.
2391. onJan4,2019335up3[hidden]shawn:> Done! If you go into your profile page, you'll notice that you can now verify yo...
2392. onJan4,2019354up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Concurrent objects and SCOOP
2393. onJan4,2019347up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> Might as well make my first, real submission one of my best summaries of how to ...
2394. onJan4,2019345up2[hidden]shawn:Henry Darger Documentary
2395. onJan4,2019346up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Techniques for Ensuring Software Correctness
2396. onJan4,2019330up3[hidden]shawn:> I don't want one aggregator to control this on all sites I use either. ...
2397. onJan4,2019264up3[hidden]shawn:> That was a great idea. QuiteRSS is my new favorite reader.
2398. onJan4,2019263up3[hidden]JungleCat:> Oh, that was quick! Awesome, thanks :) Looks fine using QuiteRSS, too. (
2399. onJan4,2019341up2[hidden]shawn:> Here's the commit:
2400. onJan4,2019335up2[hidden]shawn:> Done! If you go into your profile page, you'll notice that you can now verify yo...
2401. onJan4,2019329up3[hidden]shawn:> (Speaking of [foo](https://example....
2402. onJan4,2019293up4[hidden]sillysaurus:Thunderbird in 2019
2403. onJan4,2019298up3[hidden]Doreen:China lunar rover successfully touches down on far side of the moon
2404. onJan4,2019334up3[hidden]akkartik:Memex: a new browser engine
2405. onJan4,2019327up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> One of few times I saw cryptocurrencies analyzed by a well-known, computer scien...
2406. onJan4,2019119up5[hidden]shawn:TempleOS Documentary [video]
2407. onJan4,2019256up2[hidden]JungleCat:> At first this made me super skeptical when I saw it on HN, because I think the u...
2408. onJan4,2019257up2[hidden]JungleCat:Sam and Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming [music]
2409. onJan4,2019333up2[hidden]shawn:> Yeah! JungleCat pointed it out here:
2410. onJan4,2019334up2[hidden]akkartik:Memex: a new browser engine
2411. onJan4,2019326up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:Risks of Cryptocurrencies
2412. onJan4,2019320up2[hidden]shawn:> Done! (UTC time for now.)
2413. onJan4,2019322up3[hidden]shawn:> Here's the commit for the UTC timestamp change:
2414. onJan4,2019329up2[hidden]shawn:> (Speaking of [foo](https://example....
2415. onJan4,2019330up2[hidden]shawn:> I don't want one aggregator to control this on all sites I use either. ...
2416. onJan4,2019242up5[hidden]emily:> A "save to favorites" or "bookmark" feature, separate from the list that's gener...
2417. onJan4,2019325up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This was a big problem for me on various forums. I don't want one aggregator to ...
2418. onJan4,2019327up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> One of few times I saw cryptocurrencies analyzed by a well-known, computer scien...
2419. onJan4,2019331up2[hidden]shawn:> Sure, let me see how lobste.rs is set up. In the meantime, I've found
2420. onJan4,2019325up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> This was a big problem for me on various forums. I don't want one aggregator to ...
2421. onJan4,2019326up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:Risks of Cryptocurrencies
2422. onJan4,2019324up3[hidden]nickpsecurity:> To corroborate your position, your favorites already led me to rediscover some g...
2423. onJan4,2019321up2[hidden]shawn:> Fixed. Thanks! If the suggestion takes too long to generate, you can now safely ...
2424. onJan4,2019230up6[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
2425. onJan4,2019248up4[hidden]shawn:> Ok, you can now click "suggest title" on the submit page. Here's the commit: <...
2426. onJan4,2019234up3[hidden]shawn:> Good idea! How does lobsters do it? I see that it has something to do with fetch...
2427. onJan4,2019324up2[hidden]nickpsecurity:> To corroborate your position, your favorites already led me to rediscover some g...
2428. onJan4,2019242up4[hidden]emily:> A "save to favorites" or "bookmark" feature, separate from the list that's gener...
2429. onJan4,2019262up3[hidden]shawn:> Good idea! Here you go: RSS stories:
2430. onJan4,2019231up3[hidden]shawn:> Inspired by HN's old feature requests thread (
2431. onJan4,2019308up2[hidden]akkartik:> I don't know how many others are like me, but I like having an actual date and t...
2432. onJan4,2019322up2[hidden]shawn:> Here's the commit for the UTC timestamp change:
2433. onJan4,2019309up3[hidden]akkartik:> A year or so ago HN added anchor tags to comments, so you can link to a comment ...
2434. onJan4,2019311up3[hidden]shawn:> Done! https://www....
2435. onJan4,2019313up3[hidden]akkartik:> Since laarc.io wants to be partly like Pinboard, a place for us to store our boo...
2436. onJan4,2019307up4[hidden]akkartik:Behavioral Programming (2012) [pdf]
2437. onJan3,2019307up3[hidden]akkartik:Behavioral Programming (2012) [pdf]
2438. onJan3,2019314up2[hidden]akkartik:Magnus Carlsen's Transvestite Attack
2439. onJan3,2019301up2[hidden]shawn:>
2440. onJan3,2019300up2[hidden]shawn:The Vine Arm: a botanical prosthetic arm tentacle with 26 individual vertebrae
2441. onJan3,2019289up3[hidden]phyllis:The Tyranny of Structureless (1970)
2442. onJan3,2019323up2[hidden]akkartik:> By 'staggered' are you referring to how the code tends to indent towards the rig...
2443. onJan3,2019313up2[hidden]akkartik:> Since laarc.io wants to be partly like Pinboard, a place for us to store our boo...
2444. onJan3,2019316up4[hidden]rain1:> I use the bare scheme language quite a lot and loops are done with recursion or ...
2445. onJan3,2019316up3[hidden]rain1:> I use the bare scheme language quite a lot and loops are done with recursion or ...
2446. onJan3,2019316up2[hidden]rain1:> I use the bare scheme language quite a lot and loops are done with recursion or ...
2447. onJan3,2019311up2[hidden]shawn:> Done! https://www....
2448. onJan3,2019293up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Thunderbird in 2019
2449. onJan3,2019306up3[hidden]akkartik:List comprehensions in Arc
2450. onJan3,2019309up2[hidden]akkartik:> A year or so ago HN added anchor tags to comments, so you can link to a comment ...
2451. onJan3,2019302up3[hidden]RA_Fisher:Statistical analysis of Trump's odds at another Supreme
2452. onJan3,2019307up2[hidden]akkartik:Behavioral Programming (2012) [pdf]
2453. onJan3,2019230up5[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
2454. onJan3,2019232up4[hidden]rain1:> It's nice to hear that the author enjoyed the book and got a lot out of it. It's...
2455. onJan3,2019306up2[hidden]akkartik:List comprehensions in Arc
2456. onJan3,2019305up2[hidden]shawn:> /l/audio is a great idea, and this is the ...
2457. onJan3,2019303up2[hidden]rain1:Waking Up Podcast #145 - The Information War
2458. onJan3,2019302up2[hidden]RA_Fisher:Statistical analysis of Trump's odds at another Supreme
2459. onJan3,2019297up2[hidden]sheminusminus:Music-Map - The Tourist Map of Music
2460. onJan3,2019293up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Thunderbird in 2019
2461. onJan3,2019295up2[hidden]shawn:Algorithms by Jeff Erickson
2462. onJan3,2019298up2[hidden]Doreen:China lunar rover successfully touches down on far side of the moon
2463. onJan2,2019290up2[hidden]nickb:Really, Google? (Or- Why We Can't Have Nice Wireless Networks)
2464. onJan2,2019294up2[hidden]Doreen:Tony Benn's secret suffragette plaque in the Houses of Parliament c. 1991.
2465. onJan2,2019287up2[hidden]palish:> This thread aged well:
2466. onJan2,2019289up2[hidden]phyllis:The Tyranny of Structureless (1970)
2467. onJan2,2019288up2[hidden]palish:'A Test You Need to Fail': A Teacher's Open Letter to Her Students (2012)
2468. onJan2,2019285up2[hidden]JungleCat:> Well it does run, but the "code" is, well... just me playing around with a lot o...
2469. onJan2,2019274up3[hidden]sillysaurus:Pathfinding for Tower Defense
2470. onJan1,2019247up3[hidden]rain1:Retro - a literate program forth implementation
2471. onJan1,2019278up3[hidden]JungleCat:> > For Tower Defense style games, I’ve used it to find paths from all locatio...
2472. onJan1,2019263up2[hidden]JungleCat:> Oh, that was quick! Awesome, thanks :) Looks fine using QuiteRSS, too. (
2473. onJan1,2019260up2[hidden]JungleCat:> RSS feed! Maybe even one for new stories, one for new comments?
2474. onJan1,2019278up2[hidden]JungleCat:> > For Tower Defense style games, I’ve used it to find paths from all locatio...
2475. onJan1,2019274up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Pathfinding for Tower Defense
2476. onJan1,2019264up2[hidden]shawn:> That was a great idea. QuiteRSS is my new favorite reader.
2477. onJan1,2019276up2[hidden]rain1:> The fact is that most bitcoin users do not run a bitcoin node. This mostly for...
2478. onJan1,2019266up2[hidden]palish:"In 2018 the blockchain/decentralization story fell apart."
2479. onJan1,2019268up2[hidden]nickb:New Horizons Reaches Ultima Thule
2480. onJan1,2019248up3[hidden]shawn:> Ok, you can now click "suggest title" on the submit page. Here's the commit: <...
2481. onJan1,2019239up2[hidden]emily:> 100%. While reading through this post, it slowly sank in just how frequently I b...
2482. onJan1,2019259up2[hidden]sillysaurus:Learning KVM - implement your own Linux kernel
2483. onJan1,2019262up2[hidden]shawn:> Good idea! Here you go: RSS stories:
2484. onJan1,2019244up2[hidden]sillysaurus:> What are some interesting/subtle advantages of graph databases compared to tradi...
2485. onJan1,2019252up3[hidden]Doreen:> Related American trope: "I will hug him and squeeze him and call him George"
2486. onJan1,2019261up2[hidden]JungleCat:> Preferably as a user config option though, reason being that without the blank t...
2487. onJan1,2019245up2[hidden]emily:> Also would definitely not be opposed to <a target="_blank"> :)
2488. onJan1,2019231up2[hidden]shawn:> Inspired by HN's old feature requests thread (
2489. onJan1,2019258up2[hidden]JungleCat:> Am I understanding correctly that "a big old bottle of gin" is secret concert go...
2490. onJan1,2019254up2[hidden]shawn:Taste for Makers (2002)
2491. onJan1,2019251up3[hidden]Doreen:Nervio
2492. onJan1,2019230up4[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
2493. onJan1,2019248up2[hidden]shawn:> Ok, you can now click "suggest title" on the submit page. Here's the commit: <...
2494. onJan1,2019242up3[hidden]emily:> A "save to favorites" or "bookmark" feature, separate from the list that's gener...
2495. onJan1,2019251up2[hidden]Doreen:Nervio
2496. onJan1,2019242up2[hidden]emily:> A "save to favorites" or "bookmark" feature, separate from the list that's gener...
2497. onJan1,2019252up2[hidden]Doreen:> Related American trope: "I will hug him and squeeze him and call him George"
2498. onJan1,2019247up2[hidden]rain1:Retro - a literate program forth implementation
2499. onJan1,2019151up5[hidden]JungleCat:Daryl Davis - Why I, as a black man, attend KKK rallies [video]
2500. onJan1,2019234up2[hidden]shawn:> Good idea! How does lobsters do it? I see that it has something to do with fetch...
2501. onJan1,2019230up3[hidden]shawn:Please tell us what features you'd like in laarc
2502. onDec31,2018233up3[hidden]rain1:> I like the feature where you put the URL in to submit then it automatically fetc...
2503. onDec31,2018235up2[hidden]emily:Understanding word vectors
2504. onDec31,2018198up2[hidden]shawn:How long is that Bézier?
2505. onDec31,2018