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1
The Illustrated TLS 1.3 Connection: Every Byte Explained (ulfheim.net)
568 points by syncsynchalt 13 days ago | 44 comments
2
Reddit AMA on Photopea, a free alternative to Photoshop used by 1.5M people (reddit.com)
562 points by arikr 13 days ago | 179 comments
3
We're in a Golden Age for Amateur Radio (ke6mt.us)
558 points by resters 13 days ago | 207 comments
4
Ask HN: What are some hacks of real founders who did things that don't scale?
538 points by trulykp 13 days ago | 265 comments
5
Linux on Dex (linuxondex.com)
376 points by MikusR 13 days ago | 217 comments
6
What if the Placebo Effect Isn’t a Trick? (nytimes.com)
347 points by sajid 13 days ago | 278 comments
7
Zulip Server 1.9: HipChat import and much more (zulip.org)
329 points by rishig 13 days ago | 123 comments
8
Chicken Scheme 5.0 has been released (nongnu.org)
302 points by mario-goulart 13 days ago | 86 comments
9
Phoenix 1.4.0 released (phoenixframework.org)
291 points by rehemiau 13 days ago | 68 comments
10
Researchers “see” through walls using ambient Wi-Fi signals and a smartphone (technologyreview.com)
273 points by prostoalex 13 days ago | 99 comments
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“A Horrifically Bad Idea”: Smartphone Voting Is Coming (vanityfair.com)
249 points by kushti 13 days ago | 360 comments
12
A cure for cancer: how to kill a killer (theguardian.com)
242 points by prostoalex 13 days ago | 92 comments
13
Why There Will Never Be Another RedHat: The Economics of Open Source (2014) (techcrunch.com)
224 points by jayliew 13 days ago | 213 comments
14
Show HN: Cruip – Free landing page templates for startups (cruip.com)
222 points by pvitiello 13 days ago | 31 comments
15
Spectre.css – A Lightweight, Responsive and Modern CSS Framework (github.com)
220 points by tomcam 13 days ago | 130 comments
16
The Road to GraphQL (robinwieruch.de)
219 points by yannikyeo 13 days ago | 28 comments
17
Why Not to Build a Time-Series Database (outlyer.com)
204 points by dgildeh 13 days ago | 126 comments
18
China can apparently now identify citizens based on the way they walk (techcrunch.com)
196 points by tzury 13 days ago | 169 comments
19
Georgia’s secretary of state posts personal details of absentee voters online (techcrunch.com)
193 points by telosin 13 days ago | 123 comments
20
Skill Stacking: A Practical Strategy to Achieve Career Success (dariusforoux.com)
189 points by devy 13 days ago | 100 comments
21
Writing Network Drivers in Go [pdf] (tum.de)
188 points by crunchiebones 13 days ago | 47 comments
22
Ads just work, no matter what you think (hackernoon.com)
184 points by awad 13 days ago | 196 comments
23
AT&T to cut off some customers' service in piracy crackdown (axios.com)
181 points by threatofrain 13 days ago | 139 comments
24
Apple walks Ars through the iPad Pro’s A12X system on a chip (arstechnica.com)
170 points by lkurusa 13 days ago | 170 comments
25
Learning Concepts with Energy Functions (openai.com)
166 points by stablemap 13 days ago | 71 comments
26
Big investors sue banks in U.S. over currency market rigging (reuters.com)
162 points by petethomas 13 days ago | 56 comments
27
Introducing the Apollo GraphQL Platform (apollographql.com)
145 points by b9s 13 days ago | 11 comments
28
In Tuesday's Vote, California Opts for Year-Round Daylight Saving (gizmodo.com)
143 points by ourmandave 13 days ago | 135 comments
29
Google Plans Large New York City Expansion (wsj.com)
138 points by dcgudeman 13 days ago | 381 comments
30
How to implement a multi-CDN strategy (streamroot.io)
132 points by jlouazel 13 days ago | 52 comments

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