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1
Response to “WireGuard: great protocol, but skip the Mac app” (zx2c4.com)
923 points by motiejus 8 days ago | 372 comments
2
Apple removes first-party firewall exemption in macOS 11.2 beta 2 (twitter.com)
793 points by mortenjorck 8 days ago | 340 comments
3
Null (popey.com)
698 points by JNRowe 8 days ago | 185 comments
4
WRT54G History: The Router That Accidentally Went Open Source (tedium.co)
675 points by uptown 8 days ago | 312 comments
5
BeagleV – An affordable RISC-V computer designed to run Linux (seeed.cc)
614 points by pathompong 8 days ago | 302 comments
6
Pirate Bay founder thinks Parler’s inability to stay online is 'embarrassing' (vice.com)
611 points by weare138 8 days ago | 576 comments
7
Intel CEO Bob Swan to step down, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to replace him (cnbc.com)
571 points by totalZero 8 days ago | 319 comments
8
Dropbox to cut 11% of its global workforce (cnbc.com)
477 points by champagnepapi 8 days ago | 446 comments
9
Workaholism leads to health problems, work addiction risk depends on occupation (hse.ru)
442 points by rustoo 8 days ago | 234 comments
10
Foam: A personal knowledge management and sharing system for VSCode (github.io)
394 points by lelf 8 days ago | 103 comments
11
Ask HN: How to increase SWE salaries in Europe?
391 points by euengthrowaway 8 days ago | 930 comments
12
An Unlikely Database Migration (tailscale.com)
358 points by ifcologne 8 days ago | 177 comments
13
The neural network of the Stockfish chess engine (hatsya.com)
354 points by c1ccccc1 8 days ago | 94 comments
14
Ask HN: Do we need a Google Customers Union? Could it work?
334 points by CaptainJustin 8 days ago | 169 comments
15
New superconductor microprocessor yields a substantial boost in efficiency (ieee.org)
322 points by f00zz 8 days ago | 229 comments
16
McDonald’s Theory on How Best to Rescue Conversations (medium.com)
303 points by omalya890 8 days ago | 136 comments
17
Ask HN: How do we know Signal or Telegram don't store our data on their servers?
259 points by smoqadam 8 days ago | 234 comments
18
How Huawei controls its employees in Europe (netzpolitik.org)
255 points by imartin2k 8 days ago | 249 comments
19
2020 Game (2020game.io)
246 points by BerislavLopac 8 days ago | 74 comments
20
A rabbit hole full of Lisp (murilopereira.com)
215 points by mpereira 8 days ago | 36 comments
21
The J1 Forth CPU (excamera.com)
214 points by Cieplak 8 days ago | 49 comments
22
If you want peace, study war (persuasion.community)
204 points by ascertain 8 days ago | 202 comments
23
Intel is dying and we can’t save it (medium.com)
203 points by mardiyah 8 days ago | 254 comments
24
German police take down 'world's largest darknet marketplace' (barrons.com)
199 points by thinkloop 8 days ago | 316 comments
25
Feds asks Tesla to recall vehicles over failing touchscreen displays (techcrunch.com)
198 points by mardiyah 8 days ago | 267 comments
26
TimeTagger: Open-Source Time Tracker (app.)
197 points by wilsonjohn 8 days ago | 115 comments
27
Debian discusses vendoring again (lwn.net)
194 points by Tomte 8 days ago | 155 comments
28
TikTok: All under-16s' accounts made private (bbc.com)
177 points by alexrustic 8 days ago | 192 comments
29
I believe US could see rolling series of “Ireland events” over next 2 months (epsilontheory.com)
169 points by thereare5lights 8 days ago | 196 comments
30
You might not need jQuery (2014) (youmightnotneedjquery.com)
164 points by lemonspat 8 days ago | 223 comments

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