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1
Essence: Desktop operating system built from scratch (gitlab.io)
1063 points by nbaksalyar 3 days ago | 282 comments
2
Large Eruption Near Tonga, Heard in NZ. Tsunami at Tonga and Fiji (usgs.gov)
867 points by ggm 3 days ago | 204 comments
3
hiccupFX.js (telnet.asia)
451 points by rvieira 3 days ago | 78 comments
4
Set up a practically free CDN (github.com)
394 points by frogger8 3 days ago | 143 comments
5
Rich: A Python library for rich text and formatting in the terminal (github.com)
373 points by willm 3 days ago | 79 comments
6
Switching from macOS to Pop_OS (system76.com)
338 points by zathan 3 days ago | 364 comments
7
Google and Facebook execs allegedly approved dividing ad market among themselves (theregister.com)
325 points by iam-TJ 3 days ago | 83 comments
8
Tesla Model 3 Owner Discovers Car Was Delivered Missing a Brake Pad (thedrive.com)
318 points by Syonyk 3 days ago | 333 comments
9
The Shameful Decline of Scientific American (medium.com)
298 points by throwawaysea 3 days ago | 231 comments
10
Open Infrastructure Map (openinframap.org)
294 points by bearbin 3 days ago | 43 comments
11
The Zen of Drinking Alone (drunkard.com)
283 points by frankswildyears 3 days ago | 267 comments
12
GNU Radio (github.com)
278 points by tosh 3 days ago | 68 comments
13
Exploiting IndexedDB API information leaks in Safari 15 (fingerprintjs.com)
243 points by danpinto 3 days ago | 88 comments
14
Free book to master SSH tunneling concepts (github.com)
239 points by opsdisk 3 days ago | 25 comments
15
TinyBase: A JavaScript library for structured state (tinybase.org)
237 points by davidbarker 3 days ago | 74 comments
16
Google helps Scientology billionaire Bob Duggan hide a dark family secret (2015) (tonyortega.org)
235 points by nceqs3 3 days ago | 40 comments
17
Portable replacement for a $60k VO2 Max machine (instructables.com)
227 points by paddlesteamer 3 days ago | 104 comments
18
Who Uses To-Do Lists? (arunkprasad.com)
216 points by akprasad 3 days ago | 199 comments
19
DSLRs are dead, and lenses are never going to be the same (nofilmschool.com)
208 points by ingve 3 days ago | 318 comments
20
How to Be Useless (psyche.co)
202 points by robtherobber 3 days ago | 124 comments
21
Self-replicating radiation-shield for deep-space exploration: Radiotrophic fungi (biorxiv.org)
197 points by che_shr_cat 3 days ago | 82 comments
22
The λ-Cube (wikiversity.org)
193 points by todsacerdoti 3 days ago | 94 comments
23
Hellofresh employees' open salary initiative (hfsalary.org)
186 points by kaeruct 3 days ago | 152 comments
24
Protocols that have not changed in the last 30 years (medium.com)
165 points by DmitryElj 3 days ago | 163 comments
25
Apple complies with Dutch ruling, lets dating apps use other payment systems (nltimes.nl)
148 points by sAbakumoff 3 days ago | 61 comments
26
Street Fighter II, Sound System Internals (fabiensanglard.net)
148 points by ibobev 3 days ago | 11 comments
27
Rewatch: Stargate SG-1 (2019) (macmanx.com)
133 points by walterbell 3 days ago | 141 comments
28
The Gates of Hell (atlasobscura.com)
133 points by joak 3 days ago | 65 comments
29
Writing a minimal Lua implementation with a virtual machine from scratch in Rust (eatonphil.com)
133 points by finite_jest 3 days ago | 29 comments
30
Are warp drives science now? (blogspot.com)
132 points by nsoonhui 3 days ago | 72 comments

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