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1    Had a call with Reddit to discuss pricing (reddit.com)
1984 points by robbiet480 361 days ago | 1294 comments
2    Rarbg Is No More (archive.org)
1352 points by 0___0 361 days ago | 647 comments
3    Slide to Unlock (uwaterloo.ca)
1185 points by ivank 361 days ago | 220 comments
4    Notes apps are where ideas go to die (2022) (app.)
694 points by pps 361 days ago | 223 comments
5    The greatest risk of AI is from the people who control it, not the tech itself (substack.com)
627 points by nickwritesit 361 days ago | 504 comments
6    Judge rules Wyoming corner crossers did not trespass (hcn.org)
485 points by bikenaga 361 days ago | 361 comments
7    Japan’s government will not enforce copyrights on data used in AI training (technomancers.ai)
484 points by version_five 361 days ago | 402 comments
8    Falcon 40B LLM (which beats Llama) now Apache 2.0 (twitter.com)
435 points by convexstrictly 361 days ago | 141 comments
9    Zeal is an offline documentation browser for software developers (zealdocs.org)
348 points by distcs 361 days ago | 108 comments
10    Reddit API Pricing Would Cost Apollo Developer $20M per Year (daringfireball.net)
344 points by aboveandbeyond 361 days ago | 20 comments
11    Ask HN: What's the best self hosted/local alternative to GPT-4?
328 points by surrTurr 361 days ago | 194 comments
12    Examples using Photoshop’s new “Generative Fill” feature (twitter.com)
327 points by olalonde 361 days ago | 208 comments
13    OpenAI's plans according to sama (humanloop.com)
313 points by razcle 361 days ago | 258 comments
14    AI camera with no lens (theprompt.io)
290 points by anitakirkovska 361 days ago | 89 comments
15    When LIMIT 9 works but LIMIT 10 hangs (neon.tech)
289 points by gmac 361 days ago | 80 comments
16    India cuts periodic table and evolution from school textbooks (nature.com)
287 points by abhas9 361 days ago | 263 comments
17    Lost John Coltrane recording, from experimental phase with Eric Dolphy, emerges (npr.org)
287 points by incomprehension 361 days ago | 52 comments
18    The unsung hero of the Apple Watch is its hidden buttons (theverge.com)
269 points by zdw 361 days ago | 148 comments
19    A new class of tiny, self-propelled robots that can zip through liquid at speed (colorado.edu)
244 points by giuliomagnifico 361 days ago | 93 comments
20    You can link an OpenPGP key to a German eID (governikus.de)
240 points by upofadown 361 days ago | 112 comments
21    Some models of Gigabyte motherboards download firmware updates insecurely (wired.com)
230 points by mdhb 361 days ago | 126 comments
22    DARPA hacked a science writer’s brain and turned her into a sharpshooter (thebulletin.org)
229 points by bookofjoe 361 days ago | 148 comments
23    Tell HN: YouTube download websites disappearing from Google search results
224 points by bratao 361 days ago | 115 comments
24    OpenAPI v4 (aka Moonwalk) Proposal (github.com)
222 points by mooreds 361 days ago | 151 comments
25    Iconic Torrent Site Rarbg Shuts Down, All Content Releases Stop (torrentfreak.com)
217 points by notmine1337 361 days ago | 2 comments
26    More malicious extensions in Chrome Web Store (palant.info)
216 points by campuscodi 361 days ago | 84 comments
27    Teddit – An alternative Reddit front-end focused on privacy (codeberg.org)
203 points by ecliptik 361 days ago | 93 comments
28    Zulip 7.0: Threaded open-source team chat (zulip.com)
191 points by mikece 361 days ago | 51 comments
29    AI intensifies fight against ‘paper mills’ that churn out fake research (nature.com)
189 points by headalgorithm 361 days ago | 180 comments
30    Popular Reddit App Apollo Would Need to Pay $20M per Year Under New API Pricing (macrumors.com)
187 points by Philadelphia 361 days ago | 9 comments
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