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1    I should have loved biology (2020) (jsomers.net)
685 points by paulgb 35 days ago | 253 comments
2    Inside the Super Nintendo cartridges (fabiensanglard.net)
548 points by zdw 35 days ago | 153 comments
3    Tiny World Map (github.com)
530 points by bopjesvla 35 days ago | 91 comments
4    I made an open source Windows app to rewind and search everything on screen (notion.site)
525 points by haruharuha 35 days ago | 163 comments
5    From a lorry driver to Ruby on rails developer at 38 (writesoftwarewell.com)
325 points by ksec 35 days ago | 255 comments
6    Amazon grows to over 750k robots, replacing 100k humans (yahoo.com)
312 points by goplayoutside 35 days ago | 383 comments
7    Doom-htop: The classic DOOM game over htop (github.com)
288 points by thunderbong 35 days ago | 43 comments
8    Show HN: I made a website that converts YT videos into step-by-step guides (stepify.tech)
271 points by aka_sh 35 days ago | 128 comments
9    I love programming but I hate the programming industry (deathbyabstraction.com)
269 points by conquestofdread 35 days ago | 200 comments
10    Ask HN: Which books/resources to understand modern Assembler?
269 points by throwaway63467 35 days ago | 91 comments
11    Penzai: JAX research toolkit for building, editing, and visualizing neural nets (github.com)
261 points by mccoyb 35 days ago | 51 comments
12    Some Fritz!Box modems might have been hijacked (crapts.org)
236 points by mmcnl 35 days ago | 130 comments
13    Drone footage of fledging penguins jumping off cliff (petapixel.com)
223 points by tomcam 35 days ago | 90 comments
14    Microsoft is a national security threat: ex-White House cyber policy director (theregister.com)
216 points by rntn 35 days ago | 216 comments
15    Infinitown (littleworkshop.fr)
216 points by memalign 35 days ago | 46 comments
16    I can't stand using VSCode so I wrote my own (bold-edit.com)
212 points by redman25 35 days ago | 175 comments
17    Simon Tatham's Portable Puzzle Collection (greenend.org.uk)
212 points by r2b2 35 days ago | 53 comments
18    Lunatik: Lunatik is a framework for scripting the Linux kernel with Lua (github.com)
186 points by todsacerdoti 35 days ago | 36 comments
19    A flat map with the least error possible: The Gott-Goldberg-Vanderbei projection (princeton.edu)
185 points by westcort 35 days ago | 84 comments
20    Pico.sh – Hacker Labs (github.com)
183 points by modinfo 35 days ago | 41 comments
21    Anti-municipal broadband budget amendment gets nixed in New York (communitynets.org)
181 points by leotravis10 35 days ago | 152 comments
22    Ruby vs. Python comes down to the for loop (2021) (softwaredoug.com)
171 points by mooreds 35 days ago | 186 comments
23    The failure of the Domino's 30-minute delivery guarantee (thehustle.co)
167 points by gaurang_tandon 35 days ago | 303 comments
24    The Design of Everyday APIs (2022) (roguelynn.com)
166 points by resiros 35 days ago | 17 comments
25    A hacker's guide to Language Models (github.com)
152 points by tosh 35 days ago | 6 comments
26    Lossless Acceleration of LLM via Adaptive N-Gram Parallel Decoding (arxiv.org)
136 points by PaulHoule 35 days ago | 23 comments
27    Dangers of “decentralized” ID systems (paper.wf)
127 points by anonymous123 35 days ago | 175 comments
28    Google Pixel camera consistently blurring out The North Face logo (reddit.com)
127 points by thecosmicfrog 35 days ago | 33 comments
29    Fallout style RPG made in Excel (storyteller-blog.com)
125 points by droptablemain 35 days ago | 52 comments
30    It's OK to feed wild birds – here are some tips for doing it the right way (worldsensorium.com)
109 points by dnetesn 35 days ago | 50 comments
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