Story ranking for the past day

  1. Apple contributes to OBS to support screen capture using ScreenCaptureKit | 168
  2. Apple removes Python 2.7 in macOS 12.3 beta | 380
  3. I got an FBI record at age 11 from dabbling in cryptography (2015) | 266
  4. Reclaiming the lost art of Linux server administration | 344
  5. Tell HN: We have a responsibility to speak out against blockchain technologies | 295
  6. There’s No Such Thing as Clean Code | 353
  7. Bridge collapse in Pittsburgh’s Frick Park | 373
  8. Tell HN: Twitter is growing increasingly unusable without an account | 224
  9. Simulation of a 2B-atom cell that metabolizes and grows like a living cell | 190
  10. Docker for Mac Without Docker Desktop | 156
  11. Rare real colour photos of WWII | 102
  12. Wire is now on F-Droid | 190
  13. Suicide hotline shares data with for-profit spinoff, raising ethical questions | 56
  14. The Banality of Genius: Notes on Peter Jackson's Get Back | 112
  15. ‘Fix My Computer’ Cry Echos on Social Media; Air Force CIO Responds | 253
  16. I paid for a perpetual license of TeamViewer. Stop calling and emailing me | 115
  17. Rome: Decline and Fall? Part II: Institutions | 56
  18. Quitting Dgraph Labs | 71
  19. The Manga Guide Series | 56
  20. Tell HN: Google returning 'Untitled' results that redirect to malware/spam | 88
  21. Evolution of the elephant depiction throughout the middle ages | 41
  22. Over 20k servers have their iLO interfaces exposed to the internet | 54
  23. 'Dutch reach' rule change to Highway Code welcomed | 177
  24. Facebook page unpublished with no warning | 59
  25. Twitter doesn't care about spam? | 171
  26. Atari System V Unix – Unofficial Website | 65
  27. 2FA app with 10k Google Play downloads loaded well-known banking trojan | 56
  28. Ask HN: Does your team use feature flags? | 128
  29. Vitamin D supplementation reduces autoimmune disease risk in trial findings | 62
  30. Unlisted App Distribution | 121
  31. Prioritization, multiple work streams, unplanned work | 19
  32. Can I have a smaller Prometheus | 103
  33. Wonderland Crypto Co-Founder Revealed to Be Infamous Fraudster, Investors Shaken | 43
  34. Waymo sues state DMV to keep robotaxi safety details secret | 60
  35. Rebranding FLoC Without Addressing Key Privacy Issues | 48
  36. Right to Repair Fight | 11
  37. The Battle for the World’s Most Powerful Cyberweapon | 47
  38. Heartbreaking: 6509 PSUs Fail After a Brief 22 Years of Service | 38
  39. Why is there no theory of the just riot? (2021) | 187
  40. Ask HN: Why is there no high quality method for voice control of a PC? | 98
  41. Orcas found to kill blue whales | 69
  42. Ask HN: FOMO by working in startups only vs. Big companies | 84
  43. Hive: A Globally-Distributed Key/Value Store [pdf] | 16
  44. New data shows Americans more miserable than we've been in half a century | 147
  45. Sinking 1K NYC subway cars in the Atlantic to create a reef didn’t go as planned | 48
  46. Terminal support for emoji | 75
  47. Some Amazon divisions have lost at least 35% of their staff in the past year | 29
  48. ‘Maus’ is an Amazon bestseller after Tennessee school ban | 21
  49. The sun was dimmer when earth formed – how did life emerge? | 37
  50. On self-modifying executables in Rust | 27
  51. Tell HN: IBM free z/OS classes return, low-cost license available on completing | 13
  52. Can a biologist fix a radio?–Or, what I learned while studying apoptosis (2002) [pdf] | 10
  53. Show HN: AlexCalc, a scientific calculator with LaTeX equation display | 18
  54. Texas lawmaker wants to know what books on race, sexuality are in schools | 100
  55. Show HN: RandomCoin – A cryptocurrency that changes its price every second | 16
  56. Arizona Introduces a bill to make Bitcoin Legal Tender [pdf] | 95
  57. LockPickingLawyer: A Padlock I’d Use: Abus Granit 37RK/80 | 27
  58. PSA: One of the FANGs [sic] is about to internally implode | 59
  59. David Chalmers considers the possibilities of VR | 30
  60. Citizen developers are rapidly becoming the vanguard of corporate digitisation | 93
  61. A Study of Firecracker and gVisor (2020) [pdf] | 8
  62. Universe BIOS for NeoGeo | 5
  63. Mementos Mori | 19
  64. Tor Browser: a legacy of advancing private browsing innovation | 4
  65. FBI Bought Israeli Spyware and Explored Hacking U.S. Phones | 1
  66. Former Valve economist speaks on Techno-Feudalism | 12
  67. Year old niche internet empire for sale | 14
  68. I’ve seen the metaverse – and I don’t want it | 26
  69. Finnish diplomats have been targets of cyber espionage by Pegasus spyware | 5
  70. Web3 | 0
  71. Hacktivism and State-Sponsored Knock-Offs. Attributing Deceptive Hack Operations | 8
  72. Devious SQL: Message Queuing Using Native PostgreSQL | 13
  73. What happens when millions of electric car batteries get old? | 16
  74. Pa. fuel tax meant for bridge repair went to state police instead (2019) | 7
  75. Robinhood posts $423M net loss | 8
  76. Pulumi and MinIO – Making Multi-Cloud Magic | 9
  77. The High Cost of Disparaging Natural Immunity to Covid | 25
  78. The 21 best StumbleUpon alternatives of 2022 | 2
  79. Google will let legacy G Suite users migrate to free Google accounts | 5
  80. Stepwise slime mould growth as a template for urban design | 2
  81. Amazon has disbanded the Twitter army it paid to tweet about how great Amazon is | 4
  82. Five Geek Social Fallacies (2003) | 3
  83. Goldman, Google and Just About Every NYC Employer Will Soon Have to Disclose Pay | 13
  84. One machine can go pretty far if you build things properly | 11
  85. Show HN: Encycla – like GitHub for knowledge | 5
  86. Elon Musk Promises Full Self-Driving “Next Year” for the Ninth Year in a Row | 5
  87. In blow to telecoms, California’s net neutrality law upheld | 1
  88. I hate Google (and the ads-based internet) | 6
  89. Fuchsia already runs Java code with Android's DalvikVM | 0
  90. Ask HN: Why is there no Kickstarter for startups yet? | 27
  91. Why I Broke Up with Firefox | 38
  92. The Many Meanings of “Stack” | 12
  93. A Mechanical Keyboard Project from Scratch | 3
  94. Show HN: Jig – Live coding your business dashboards (now with demo video) | 7
  95. Google increases parental-leave policy to nearly 6 months | 19
  96. Apple's New Universal Control Feature for Macs Feels Like Magic | 0
  97. Gimp Now Available for Haiku | 1
  98. Vitamin D supplements do reduce risk of autoimmune disease | 0
  99. Latin as She Is Spoke: How Classicists Tricked Themselves | 1
  100. Ask HN: Why is there so little 4K content? | 12