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1. Silent and Simple Ion Engine Powers a Plane with No Moving Parts (scientificamerican.com)
662 points by tshannon on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 223 comments
2. Amazon admits it exposed customer email addresses, but refuses to give details (techcrunch.com)
521 points by Ours90 on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 146 comments
3. The Second Half of Watergate Was Bigger, Worse, and Forgotten by the Public (longreads.com)
479 points by cmurf on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 237 comments
4. Why Aren't There C Conferences? (nullprogram.com)
466 points by ingve on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 372 comments
5. Popular dark-web hosting provider hacked, 6,500 sites down (zdnet.com)
229 points by wglb on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 152 comments
6. Flying for Thanksgiving (bert.org)
323 points by janvdberg on Nov 19, 2018 | hide | 111 comments
7. My hiring experience as a submarine sonar operator in the Norwegian Navy (brautaset.org)
170 points by drtse4 on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 56 comments
8. Ask HN: Have you ever regretted working on a product?
371 points by mavsman on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 472 comments
9. CUDA 10 in Clojure (dragan.rocks)
157 points by dragandj on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 19 comments
10. Some Amazon employees bought NYC condos before news of HQ2 location emerged (thehill.com)
267 points by jakelazaroff on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 164 comments
11. A list of practical projects that anyone can solve in any programming language (github.com/karan)
320 points by truth_seeker on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 64 comments
12. Superintelligence: The Idea That Eats Smart People (2016) (idlewords.com)
303 points by crunchiebones on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 248 comments
13. D compilation is too slow and I am forking the compiler (thecybershadow.net)
251 points by ingve on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 116 comments
14. Concurrency Glossary (slikts.github.io)
197 points by slikts on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 28 comments
15. How much bandwidth does the L2 have to give, anyway? (github.com/travisdowns)
143 points by nkurz on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 12 comments
16. CDC Food Safety Alert: E. Coli Outbreak Linked to Romaine Lettuce (cdc.gov)
148 points by sycdan on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 89 comments
17. I Can Be the Bank: Individual Investors Buy Busted Mortgages (wsj.com)
107 points by iaskquestions on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 162 comments
18. Brain.fm: Music to improve focus, meditation and sleep (brain.fm)
163 points by eduardsi on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 109 comments
19. TKE: Modern Tcl/Tk-based text editor (sourceforge.net)
155 points by blacksqr on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 104 comments
20. To predict the future, the brain uses two clocks (news.berkeley.edu)
153 points by ClarendonDrive on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 16 comments
21. Fast, Constant-Time Sphere Indexing (donw.io)
117 points by strangecasts on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 9 comments
22. Wooden bikes (materiabikes.com)
160 points by dzedajs on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 228 comments
23. Facebook's Ads System Suffers Glitch Days Before Black Friday (bloomberg.com)
78 points by mathattack on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 20 comments
24. A small French privacy ruling could remake adtech (techcrunch.com)
250 points by _quhg on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 160 comments
25. WesternDigital/blb: Distributed object storage system for use on bare metal (github.com/westerndigitalcorporation)
95 points by mastabadtomm on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 23 comments
26. The Triple Jeopardy of a Chinese Math Prodigy (bloomberg.com)
154 points by vthallam on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 65 comments
27. Django core no more (b-list.org)
170 points by jsmeaton on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 44 comments
28. Asynchronous Ratcheting Tree: Group Messaging with Strong Security Guarantees (github.com/facebookresearch)
86 points by setra on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 4 comments
29. Where are they? Why I hope the search for ET life finds nothing (2008) (fermatslibrary.com)
78 points by godelmachine on Nov 20, 2018 | hide | 117 comments
30. CV Compiler is a robot that fixes your resume to make you more competitive (techcrunch.com)
152 points by Lexandrit on Nov 21, 2018 | hide | 126 comments

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