Story ranking for the past day

  1. Researcher finds flaw in a16z website that exposed some company data | 198
  2. Typst: An easy to learn alternative for LaTex | 129
  3. 10% of Cubans left Cuba between 2022 and 2023 | 626
  4. CrowdStrike broke Debian and Rocky Linux months ago | 130
  5. A Linux kernel syscall implementation tracker | 44
  6. CrowdStrike debacle provides road map of American vulnerabilities to adversaries | 343
  7. No Uptime Hosting (2006) | 71
  8. Initial details about why CrowdStrike's CSAgent.sys crashed | 186
  9. Minuteman missile communications | 28
  10. Public toilets are vanishing and that's a civic catastrophe | 270
  11. Empathy for the user having sex with your software | 42
  12. How to choose a textbook that is optimal for oneself? | 94
  13. Aro – Zig's new C compiler | 78
  14. Global IT outage shows dangers of cashless society, campaigners say | 113
  15. Siblings miss crucial life-extending treatment because of CrowdStrike outage | 150
  16. A brief interview with Tcl creator John Ousterhout (2023) | 56
  17. 1989 Networking: NetWare 386 | 53
  18. Robot dog cleans up beaches with foot-mounted vacuums | 92
  19. Google Distributed Cloud air-gapped appliance | 71
  20. X.com refuses to open with Firefox strict tracking protection enabled | 103
  21. Intel vs. Samsung vs. TSMC | 14
  22. Ask HN: Can anyone from Crowdstrike explain the back story? | 135
  23. Human parasites in the Roman World: health consequences of conquering an empire | 33
  24. Deluge of Fake Mac App Store Reviews | 18
  25. Microsoft says 8.5M Windows devices were affected by CrowdStrike outage | 113
  26. 'Google says I'm a dead physicist': is the biggest search engine broken? | 56
  27. Ask HN: What is the best way to author blogs in 2024? | 76
  28. Tenstorrent Unveils High-End Wormhole AI Processors, Featuring RISC-V | 33
  29. Google set to purge the Play Store of low-quality apps | 59
  30. Managing Classic Mac OS Resources in ResEdit | 27
  31. Exercise: Minesweeper in 100 lines of Ruby | 17
  32. Bangladesh police given 'shoot-on-sight' orders amid national curfew | 14
  33. Are people too flawed, ignorant, and tribal for open societies? | 85
  34. "Maxwell's equations of software" examined (2008) | 5
  35. The Luckfox Pico Mini B – Linux in a Thumbnail | 12
  36. Young adulthood is no longer one of life's happiest times | 62
  37. How to use the new counted_by attribute in C (and Linux) | 9
  38. New Nano-Tech to Control the Brain Using Magnetic Fields | 6
  39. Crowdstrike CEO was McAfee CTO when big glitch took down large part of Internet | 13
  40. Investing in Rust | 32
  41. What TeX Gets Right | 28
  42. Microsoft's global sprawl under fire from regulators after Windows outage | 78
  43. Sun is starting next solar cycle–despite being halfway through its current one | 11
  44. Is OpenSUSE at Crossroads? | 19
  45. Advanced Terminal Tips and Tricks | 5
  46. Douglas Adams' Starship Titanic game website (1998) | 16
  47. Sonny Piers was removed from the GNOME Foundation board | 13
  48. Memory and ILP handling in 2D convolutions | 6
  49. A Physical instance of recursion, from 1936 | 9
  50. Unstoppable AI scams? Americans admit they can't tell what's real anymore | 2
  51. Why You Should Not Use Tcl (1994) | 26
  52. Elon Musk's X Is Reportedly Resisting a Subpoena in Epstein-Related Legal Case | 1
  53. AMD says its new laptop chips can beat Apple | 25
  54. Earth's Water Is Rapidly Losing Oxygen, and the Danger Is Huge | 1
  55. I pushed for press freedom in Hong Kong. The Wall Street Journal fired me. | 0
  56. Teaching Programming with Basic | 15
  57. Show HN: JSON-Threat-Protection Rust High-Performance Crate | 9
  58. The first currency in history: Kingdom of Lydia minted gold, silver coins (2022) | 13
  59. Bangladesh's internet blackout immobilizes its booming tech industry | 1
  60. CrowdStrike CEO apologizes for tech outage | 37
  61. FBI Used New Cellebrite Software to Access Trump Shooter's Phone | 1
  62. Itsy-gitsy – A static site generator for Git repositories | 1
  63. Modchipping a Fridge | 4
  64. After CrowdStrike, Programmers Deserve Consequences | 26
  65. Journeying into XDP: Fully-fledged DNS service augmentation (2022) | 0
  66. Southwest Air Saved from Global IT Outage Thanks to Never Upgrading from Win 3.1 | 1
  67. Ask HN: Is anyone using IPFS for a production level product? | 3
  68. Cofounder matching for indie hackers and bootstrappers | 9
  69. Prelude – a tiny CLI tool building context prompts from your code | 6
  70. Hungary facing fuel crisis as Ukraine turns up heat on Russian oil supplies | 0
  71. Trump's comments on Taiwan hollowing out the US chip industry are incorrect | 1
  72. Global CrowdStrike Outage Proves How Fragile IT Systems Have Become | 4
  73. Ask HN: Server-side HTML Templates based on DOM? | 23
  74. PEV2: PostgreSQL Execution Plan Visualizer | 2
  75. Rothgar/awesome-tuis: List of projects that provide terminal user interfaces | 0
  76. New images show uncontacted tribe dangerously close to logging concessions | 6
  77. Don't snipe me in space-intentional flash corruption for STM32 microcontrollers | 2
  78. The White House Has a Plan to Slash Plastic Use in the U.S. | 2
  79. Breakthrough bioplastic decomposes in 2 months | 3
  80. LAPD warns about spike in burglaries using WiFi jammers to disable security cams | 1
  81. Sentinel-free schemas: a thought experiment | 1
  82. Copyright trolls can steal any song on YT Music [video] | 1
  83. Elon Musk's X adds pro-Trump icons for Trump hashtags | 0
  84. How Fake Money Saved Brazil (2010) | 0
  85. Some Black startup founders feel betrayed by Ben Horowitz's support for Trump | 2
  86. Dysfunctional Options Pattern in Go | 4
  87. Perceiving oneself as a major character in one's life story predicts well-being | 3
  88. Ask HN: Why isn't Linux as popular as Windows on corporate machines? | 14
  89. Ask HN: What business would you start in 2025? | 9
  90. CrowdStrike fail and next global IT meltdown | 6
  91. Solid State Batteries Are Here: Yoshino Power Station by UndecidedMF YT [video] | 1
  92. The Data That Powers A.I. Is Disappearing Fast | 2
  93. Bangladesh's internet blackout immobilizes its booming tech industry | 0
  94. BitLocker recovery in Microsoft Azure [pdf] | 0
  95. Show HN: QRaro, store binary data into QR Codes and retrieve it later | 1
  96. Tell HN: I made a shareable one-page site on how to fix the CrowdStrike issue | 16
  97. You may find JSO annoying, dislike their tactics. But they dont belong in prison | 1
  98. No longer rare: China's overproduction sends rare-earth prices tanking | 1
  99. Go 1.23: Interactive release notes | 0
  100. Covid-19 origins: plain speaking is overdue | 1