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1
Code together in real time with Teletype for Atom (atom.io)
864 points by hswolff 9 days ago | 221 comments
2
Numpy: Plan for dropping Python 2.7 support (github.com)
659 points by AndrewDucker 9 days ago | 369 comments
3
Visual Studio Live Share (visualstudio.com)
571 points by benaadams 9 days ago | 108 comments
4
Concise Electronics for Geeks (2010) (coredump.cx)
472 points by nbmh 9 days ago | 48 comments
5
A Guide to Natural Language Processing (tomassetti.me)
413 points by ftomassetti 9 days ago | 52 comments
6
All 500 of the world's top 500 supercomputers are running Linux (zdnet.com)
369 points by doener 9 days ago | 188 comments
7
Why Education Startups Do Not Succeed (2011) (avichal.com)
349 points by ALee 9 days ago | 140 comments
8
Debian and GNOME announce plans to migrate communities to GitLab (gitlab.com)
324 points by l2dy 9 days ago | 154 comments
9
Keeping a Lab Notebook [pdf] (nih.gov)
322 points by Tomte 9 days ago | 166 comments
10
The Fight to Mine Your Data and Sell It to Your Boss (bloomberg.com)
302 points by artsandsci 9 days ago | 130 comments
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Schneier: It's Time to Regulate IoT to Improve Cyber-Security (eweek.com)
292 points by pwg 9 days ago | 176 comments
12
New Orleans man locked up nearly 8 years awaiting trial, then case gets tossed (theadvocate.com)
250 points by rbcgerard 9 days ago | 113 comments
13
New EU law prescribes website blocking in the name of consumer protection (juliareda.eu)
226 points by cameronhowe 9 days ago | 117 comments
14
The Shock of Sweden's Housing Market Is Hitting the Country's Currency (bloomberg.com)
222 points by adventured 9 days ago | 441 comments
15
Closest Temperate World Orbiting Quiet Star Discovered (eso.org)
204 points by beefman 9 days ago | 137 comments
16
Leonardo Da Vinci Painting Sells for $450.3M, Shattering Auction Records (nytimes.com)
202 points by aaronbrethorst 9 days ago | 143 comments
17
Oberon – The Overlooked Jewel [pdf] (psu.edu)
198 points by nickpsecurity 9 days ago | 129 comments
18
No boundaries: Exfiltration of personal data by session-replay scripts (freedom-to-tinker.com)
189 points by ploggingdev 9 days ago | 51 comments
19
I still love Kierkegaard (aeon.co)
187 points by lermontov 9 days ago | 135 comments
20
Ask HN: Who's switched from Chrome to Firefox 57?
185 points by alistproducer2 9 days ago | 199 comments
21
The Cost of JavaScript (medium.com)
176 points by shawndumas 9 days ago | 109 comments
22
Science and Tech of the Byzantine Empire (nautil.us)
174 points by dnetesn 9 days ago | 99 comments
23
Vis – A vi-like editor based on Plan 9's structural regular expressions (github.com)
168 points by wooby 9 days ago | 39 comments
24
Bayesian ranking of items with up and downvotes or 5 star ratings (2015) (github.io)
158 points by mooreds 9 days ago | 24 comments
25
Choosy Eggs May Pick Sperm for Their Genes, Defying Mendel’s Law (quantamagazine.org)
157 points by sprucely 9 days ago | 55 comments
26
Dell Offers Computers Preinstalled with Ubuntu (ubuntu.com)
149 points by watchdogtimer 9 days ago | 122 comments
27
SLING: A Natural Language Frame Semantic Parser (googleblog.com)
148 points by runesoerensen 9 days ago | 16 comments
28
Towards Linux Kernel Memory Safety (arxiv.org)
143 points by lainon 9 days ago | 95 comments
29
On Being Midwestern: The Burden of Normality (iasc-culture.org)
140 points by samclemens 9 days ago | 318 comments
30
Kickstarter launches Drip, a Patreon competitor (theverge.com)
138 points by artsandsci 9 days ago | 83 comments

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