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1. JSFuck (2012) (jsfuck.com)
281 points by tomrod 9 hours ago | hide | 116 comments
2. AI cannot be the inventor of a patent, appeals court rules (bbc.com)
291 points by belter 14 hours ago | hide | 180 comments
3. Found a program I wrote in 1981 and decided to bring it back to life (madned.substack.com)
117 points by mad_ned 10 hours ago | hide | 41 comments
4. How great is the great firewall? Measuring China’s DNS censorship [pdf] (usenix.org)
61 points by SerCe 6 hours ago | hide | 21 comments
5. Edge.org's Annual Questions (edge.org)
5 points by hidden-spyder 2 hours ago | hide | discuss
6. What color is your function? (2015) (stuffwithstuff.com)
53 points by xiaodai 6 hours ago | hide | 18 comments
7. Thousands of student files lost in error (taipeitimes.com)
10 points by momofarm 2 hours ago | hide | 8 comments
8. San Francisco raises Tesla 'self-driving' safety concerns as public test nears (reuters.com)
32 points by camjohnson26 5 hours ago | hide | 19 comments
9. How I built forlater.email, my first big side project (icyphox.sh)
88 points by icy 10 hours ago | hide | 11 comments
10. The Problem of Marital Loneliness (newyorker.com)
114 points by lermontov 7 hours ago | hide | 63 comments
11. Trusting science leaves people vulnerable to believing pseudoscience (journalistsresource.org)
23 points by kvee 2 hours ago | hide | 10 comments
12. What will programming look like in 2020? (2012) (lambda-the-ultimate.org)
113 points by slbtty 12 hours ago | hide | 101 comments
13. Napster.com banned at some universities for clogging networks (2000) (iowastatedaily.com)
124 points by marcodiego 9 hours ago | hide | 121 comments
14. The Perfect Voxel Engine (voxely.net)
114 points by agluszak 12 hours ago | hide | 27 comments
15. A Brief History of Markov Chains (mewo2.com)
14 points by polm23 4 hours ago | hide | 2 comments
16. Code Review from the Command Line (jez.io)
142 points by winkywooster 14 hours ago | hide | 20 comments
17. When the FBI seizes your messages from Big Tech, you may not know it for years (washingtonpost.com)
174 points by arkadiyt 11 hours ago | hide | 106 comments
18. The Case for ‘Developer Experience’ (a16z.com)
153 points by PretzelFisch 16 hours ago | hide | 60 comments
19. Free Parking Is Killing Cities (bloomberg.com)
47 points by jseliger 4 hours ago | hide | 26 comments
20. How to Deal with Complexity Like a Pilot (Part 1) (franklinfaraday.com)
61 points by gainof-function 12 hours ago | hide | 23 comments
21. In search of the perfect URL validation regex (2010) (mathiasbynens.be)
135 points by Jonhoo 16 hours ago | hide | 60 comments
22. Generally Intelligent Is Hiring Machine Learning Research Engineers (Remote, SF)
8 hours ago | hide
23. Clearview AI hits watchdog groups with subpoenas (politico.com)
82 points by dsr12 6 hours ago | hide | 12 comments
24. Arctic World Archive Adds Latest Data Deposit in Svalbard Facility (datacenterdynamics.com)
73 points by infodocket 16 hours ago | hide | 30 comments
25. Show HN: ML enabled creative tools for artists and designers (vizcom.co)
55 points by kadokaelan 13 hours ago | hide | 19 comments
26. Did a Chinese hack kill Nortel? (2020) (bnnbloomberg.ca)
138 points by mepian 11 hours ago | hide | 70 comments
27. The Science of the Benefits of Religion (wired.com)
118 points by rathertrue 15 hours ago | hide | 269 comments
28. OpenTTD 12.0-RC1 (openttd.org)
196 points by todsacerdoti 16 hours ago | hide | 52 comments
29. “Logic Alone, All Love Laid By”: Arthur Koestler’s “Darkness at Noon” (2019) (lareviewofbooks.org)
9 points by drdee 5 hours ago | hide | discuss
30. Maybe the spaghetti code conjecture is false (nickdrozd.github.io)
103 points by nickdrozd 15 hours ago | hide | 38 comments

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