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1. New algorithm breaks speed limit for solving linear equations (quantamagazine.org)
201 points by ot 4 hours ago | hide | 55 comments
2. I want a computer that I own (terraaeon.com)
333 points by bezelbuttons 4 hours ago | hide | 259 comments
3. A Year at Google Brain (debugmind.com)
166 points by sytelus 6 hours ago | hide | 35 comments
4. Solzhenitsyn’s Rosary (nevalalee.wordpress.com)
38 points by mesh 2 hours ago | hide | 19 comments
5. Generalists vs. specialists – who has a greater chance of success? (abhijitbhaduri.com)
16 points by dcu 1 hour ago | hide | 9 comments
6. MIPS Becomes RISC-V (eejournal.com)
348 points by zimmerfrei 11 hours ago | hide | 172 comments
7. -2000 Lines of Code (folklore.org)
526 points by pcr910303 13 hours ago | hide | 233 comments
8. GitHub security update: A bug related to handling of authenticated sessions (github.blog)
53 points by todsacerdoti 2 hours ago | hide | 9 comments
9. The Most-Used Mathematical Algorithm Idea in History (2016) (stephenwolfram.com)
71 points by daneelsan 5 hours ago | hide | 9 comments
10. Why software projects take longer than you think: a statistical model (2019) (erikbern.com)
151 points by max_ 8 hours ago | hide | 56 comments
11. Replaying real life: how the Waymo Driver avoids fatal human crashes (waymo.com)
77 points by Crash0v3rid3 5 hours ago | hide | 55 comments
12. Excel Never Dies (notboring.co)
335 points by iamacyborg 14 hours ago | hide | 259 comments
13. “ISO obstructs adoption of standards by paywalling them” (twitter.com/timsweeneyepic)
780 points by linksbro 10 hours ago | hide | 234 comments
14. Why I did not go to jail (2014) (a16z.com)
235 points by Tomte 11 hours ago | hide | 106 comments
15. What are the most important statistical ideas of the past 50 years? [pdf] (columbia.edu)
251 points by luu 13 hours ago | hide | 62 comments
16. Bubble Wrap Artist Creates Masterpieces by Injecting Paint into Each Bubble (goodnewsnetwork.org)
15 points by RickJWagner 3 hours ago | hide | 9 comments
17. The Unstoppable Momentum of Outdated Science (rogerpielkejr.substack.com)
159 points by zmaten 9 hours ago | hide | 67 comments
18. I self-published a paperback and eBook using LaTeX and Pandoc (theroadchoseme.com)
24 points by grecy 3 hours ago | hide | 1 comment
19. Intel to Build Silicon for Fully Homomorphic Encryption: This Is Important (anandtech.com)
118 points by zdw 12 hours ago | hide | 44 comments
20. AI learns from brain signals to create personalized attractive faces (newatlas.com)
28 points by erichocean 5 hours ago | hide | 13 comments
21. Launch HN: Bristle (YC W21) – At-home microbiome test to improve oral health
108 points by dannygrannick 14 hours ago | hide | 61 comments
22. User interface design, I swear (plover.com)
60 points by luu 2 hours ago | hide | 44 comments
23. Mux (YC W16) is hiring engineers to work with Elixir and modern (Type|Java)Script (mux.com)
8 hours ago | hide
24. Maxwell’s gambling demon is smart enough to quit while it’s ahead (arstechnica.com)
7 points by pseudolus 2 hours ago | hide | 1 comment
25. How much Swamp Dogg has the High Fidelity series sold? (2020) (slate.com)
3 points by okfine 1 hour ago | hide | 1 comment
26. Pay toilets and NYT: a free market microcosm (johnhcochrane.blogspot.com)
93 points by BayAreaEscapee 5 hours ago | hide | 82 comments
27. FairEmail: Open-source, privacy friendly email app for Android (faircode.eu)
205 points by sirffuzzylogik 14 hours ago | hide | 110 comments
28. Launch HN: Runops (YC W21) – A better cloud shell for production apps
66 points by andriosr 11 hours ago | hide | 20 comments
29. Remote workstations for discerning artists (netflixtechblog.com)
117 points by el_duderino 12 hours ago | hide | 61 comments
30. When the prison banned board games, we played chess in our minds (themarshallproject.org)
238 points by danso 10 hours ago | hide | 209 comments

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