Story ranking for the past day

  1. Writing books is not really a good idea | 525
  2. Dear EU: Please Don't Ruin the Root | 171
  3. Game developers sharing their salaries on Twitter | 401
  4. Why are modern 50mm lenses so damned complicated? | 262
  5. Using PostgreSQL as a Data Warehouse | 110
  6. The FBI seized safe deposit boxes knowing ‘some’ belonged to ‘honest citizens’ | 197
  7. Advanced Situational Awareness [pdf] | 132
  8. eBPF on Windows | 136
  9. Can I Email? | 105
  10. Samsung to jump into laptop processor market with Exynos chip in H2 | 192
  11. Tracking One Year of Malicious Tor Exit Relay Activities (Part II) | 126
  12. You Can’t Buy a Thermapen on Amazon (2016) | 139
  13. Facebook Should Halt Instagram Kids Plan, Attorneys General Say | 162
  14. OpenPOWER Foundation announces LibreBMC, a POWER-based, fully open-source BMC | 47
  15. Atlas, a (hopefully) better engineering IDE | 80
  16. One million people saw my dumbest tweet | 90
  17. Show HN: Django SQL Dashboard | 26
  18. Poor Disk Performance | 36
  19. Epidemiologist R Handbook | 5
  20. Using GDPR to obtain one’s data as JSON | 122
  21. DragonflyBSD 6.0 | 54
  22. Why does every advert look the same? Corporate Memphis | 162
  23. Pfizer Covid vaccine protects against worrying coronavirus variants | 133
  24. Engineer Who Won the Nobel Prize Twice in Physics | 75
  25. Hacker News Classics (2018) | 42
  26. Royal Marines Testing Out Jet Suits [video] | 134
  27. CVE-2021-32471 – Input validation in Marvin Minsky 1967 Turing Machine | 33
  28. NTSB: Tesla Model S in Crash Couldn't Have Been Using Autopilot | 102
  29. Praise for Alpine Linux | 85
  30. How to write a resume that converts | 73
  31. Pyre: A performant type-checker for Python 3 | 81
  32. Berkshire: Bitcoin is ‘contrary to the interest of civilization.’ | 243
  33. Arbitrary Code Execution in the Universal Turing Machine | 31
  34. FDA authorizes Pfizer vaccine for kids age 12 to 15 | 137
  35. Ask HN: What passive income investments exist to supplement your salary? | 155
  36. The Syslog Hell | 75
  37. How Atari 2600 Game Pitfall Builds Its World | 11
  38. Why should I put my website to sleep? | 84
  39. Payments down 20% in my SaaS after EU introduced PSD2 | 104
  40. Why did OpenDoc fail, and then fail 3 more times? | 70
  41. Story of a Tshirt with a Shellcode | 11
  42. Perverse Downstream Consequences of Debunking | 123
  43. Firefox Public Data Report | 63
  44. ServiceNow acquires Lightstep | 75
  45. Beware of Applications Misusing Root Stores | 26
  46. Tesla Model 3 Owners Are the Happiest Car Owners, According to Consumer Reports | 117
  47. Amazon Managers Say They 'Hire to Fire' to Meet Internal Turnover Goal | 11
  48. Show HN: DataProfiler – What's in your data? Extract schema, stats and entities | 9
  49. Automatically transcribe an interview, meeting or video | 51
  50. Local Register Allocator for 8086 | 3
  51. Voyager 1 hears the hush of interstellar plasma | 16
  52. Gas shortage: Gov. Cooper declares state of emergency for NC | 72
  53. A “Perfect Coronal Mass Ejection” Could Be a Nightmare | 43
  54. AirTag hacked for the first time by security researcher | 43
  55. Rust 1.52.1 | 4
  56. Why Aren’t SMS Interventions Designed to Boost College Success Working at Scale? | 35
  57. An incomparable intellectual who fell through the cracks of history | 4
  58. Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research (2015) | 6
  59. Evidence supports claim that SARS-CoV-2 genes can integrate with human DNA | 43
  60. Coal is losing the price war to wind and solar faster than anticipated | 13
  61. I’m Trying to Understand Hedonic Adjustments | 20
  62. Babel is used by millions, so why are we running out of money? · Babel | 9
  63. Experts suggest French insurer AXA's plan to not pay ransomw will set precedent | 25
  64. The Libcurl Transfer State Machine | 7
  65. Art students learn to critique the work of others. Engineers don't, and it shows | 23
  66. Hacker Accessed AWS for $50k+ – AWS Ignoring Me | 31
  67. Gates divorce talks started in 2019 partly due to Jeffrey Epstein, report says | 8
  68. Folio: A customizable test framework to build your own test frameworks | 6
  69. Ask HN: How can I read faster? | 53
  70. Private-equity firm revives zombie fossil-fuel power plant to mine Bitcoin | 4
  71. Nothing Has Made Me Feel More American Than Going to Jail | 23
  72. California's New Math War | 10
  73. Developer-First | 8
  74. Safe Deposit Boxes Aren’t Safe (2019) | 5
  75. Jeff Bezos’s New Superyacht Heralds Roaring Market for Big Boats | 56
  76. The theory that Covid-19 escaped from a lab may not be far-fetched | 8
  77. The Dangerous Allure of the 70-Hour Workweek (2006) | 9
  78. Fintech Startup Offers $500 for Payroll Passwords | 2
  79. ML data and model drift in Prometheus and Grafana | 5
  80. Accelerating Eye Movement Research for Wellness and Accessibility | 12
  81. 96% of US users opt out of app tracking in iOS 14.5, analytics find | 7
  82. Dune, 50 years on: how a science fiction novel changed the world | 0
  83. McDonald's franchisees say an 'inflationary time bomb' will cause price hikes | 10
  84. Autism is a “disorder” only because the world is neurotypical | 22
  85. Video Compression Basics | 2
  86. Any similar site to Hacker News but for crypto news? | 11
  87. Nearly 40% of those who've died from Covid-19 had diabetes, ADA says (2020) | 5
  88. DNA’s Histone Spools Hint at How Complex Cells Evolved | 1
  89. Chinese Military paper outline use of Biological weapons to win a 3rd World War | 3
  90. Chinese Villages, Security Forces Revealed Inside Bhutan's Borders | 1
  91. Climate change may have pushed ancient humans into extinction | 18
  92. Pipeline hacker apologize promise to ransom less controversial targets in future | 3
  93. (Red Hat's) 5 useless Linux commands | 47
  94. Ask HN: Why are most dev.to links submitted to HN dead? | 23
  95. US Is Joining Christchurch Call to Action to Eliminate Terrorist Content Online | 13
  96. CNCF: Third Party Dependencies that have been Relicensed to AGPL | 3
  97. A Warning from History: The Carrington Event Was Not Unique | 3
  98. I tracked my kid with Apple's Airtags to test its privacy features | 32
  99. Scientists OK plan to release one million tonnes of waste water from Fukushima | 8
  100. Olpc’s $100 Laptop Was Going to Change the World – Then It All Went Wrong (2018) | 10