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1
Notre-Dame cathedral: Firefighters tackle blaze in Paris (bbc.co.uk)
989 points by kragniz 73 days ago | 521 comments
2
Microsimulation of Traffic Flow (traffic-simulation.de)
752 points by social_quotient 73 days ago | 159 comments
3
How Apple, Google, and other tech companies conspired against their own workers (whenrulesdontapply.com)
717 points by snowisgone 73 days ago | 279 comments
4
Amazon ‘flooded by fake five-star reviews’ – report (bbc.com)
579 points by drugme 73 days ago | 360 comments
5
LeBron James school that was considered an experiment is showing promise (nytimes.com)
528 points by throwaway5752 73 days ago | 195 comments
6
Ripgrep 11 Released (github.com)
410 points by burntsushi 73 days ago | 88 comments
7
Mastodon and Keybase (keybase.io)
406 points by malgorithms 73 days ago | 184 comments
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Death by PowerPoint: The slide that killed seven people (mcdreeamiemusings.com)
387 points by newzisgud 73 days ago | 127 comments
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Why was it so hard to take a picture of a black hole? (askamathematician.com)
363 points by ColinWright 73 days ago | 110 comments
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Baked MacBook Air: A cautionary recipe (woolie.co.uk)
291 points by woolie 73 days ago | 209 comments
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VW’s Former CEO Charged in Germany Over Diesel Rigging (bloomberg.com)
264 points by Tomte 73 days ago | 100 comments
12
Mass Production of iPhones to Start in India (bloomberg.com)
245 points by sarthakjain 73 days ago | 99 comments
13
Adblock Plus filter lists may execute arbitrary code in web pages (armin.dev)
245 points by dessant 73 days ago | 98 comments
14
What It's Like to View a SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch (olivierforget.net)
238 points by teleclimber 73 days ago | 65 comments
15
Travel through wormholes is possible, but slow (phys.org)
231 points by lelf 73 days ago | 179 comments
16
We’re asking Apple to change the advertising ID for each iPhone every month (mozilla.org)
222 points by soheilpro 73 days ago | 93 comments
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Hackers could read non-corporate Outlook.com, Hotmail for six months (arstechnica.com)
213 points by pseudolus 73 days ago | 55 comments
18
Breach at IT Outsourcing Giant Wipro (krebsonsecurity.com)
200 points by longwave 73 days ago | 67 comments
19
Netherlands ACM launches investigation into abuse by Apple in its App Store (acm.nl)
189 points by DeusExMachina 73 days ago | 117 comments
20
Guantánamo’s Darkest Secret (newyorker.com)
187 points by matt4077 73 days ago | 66 comments
21
Former Mozilla exec: Google has sabotaged Firefox for years (zdnet.com)
187 points by y2kenny 73 days ago | 35 comments
22
Trading bots are running wild on cryptocurrency exchanges (bloomberg.com)
182 points by chadmeister 73 days ago | 139 comments
23
A Specialized B-Tree for Concurrent Datalog Evaluation (github.io)
174 points by matt_d 73 days ago | 4 comments
24
Time protection: the missing OS abstraction (acolyer.org)
168 points by walterbell 73 days ago | 51 comments
25
Wasmer: A Python library for executing WebAssembly binaries (github.com)
167 points by pplonski86 73 days ago | 21 comments
26
The Difference Between SQL’s JOIN .. ON Clause and the Where Clause (jooq.org)
164 points by pplonski86 73 days ago | 28 comments
27
Increasingly Competitive College Admissions: Much More Than You Wanted to Know (slatestarcodex.com)
151 points by ve55 73 days ago | 165 comments
28
2019 Pulitzer Prize Winners (pulitzer.org)
151 points by gurupanguji 73 days ago | 56 comments
29
China Spying on Undersea Internet Cables (schneier.com)
150 points by hsnewman 73 days ago | 51 comments
30
Responsible JavaScript: Part I (alistapart.com)
132 points by wheresvic1 73 days ago | 70 comments

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