Story ranking for the past day

  1. Git Notes | 86
  2. Front end developers: stop moving things that I’m about to click on | 192
  3. A hundred UK companies sign up for four-day week with no loss of pay | 246
  4. CRDT: Fractional Indexing | 36
  5. The world of pipe fittings | 224
  6. North Korean ICBM launch detected using GPS | 89
  7. LXD containers on macOS at near-native speeds | 103
  8. Running a Unix-like OS on a home-built CPU with a home-built C compiler (2020) | 56
  9. Photography for geeks | 37
  10. The Rune Programming Language | 174
  11. Fired? Why cooperatives might be your next career choice in tech | 145
  12. Man wins the legal right to not be 'fun' at work | 146
  13. Show HN: MyNixOS – Create and share Nix and NixOS configurations | 28
  14. FreeTube – A Private YouTube Client | 109
  15. The entire crypto ecosystem is a ponzi | 190
  16. South Asian people undergo type 2 diabetes remission with low calorie diets | 114
  17. Narcissistic Collapse | 218
  18. A curated and opinionated list of resources for Chief Technology Officers | 28
  19. Ask HN: Can we delete our accounts? | 155
  20. How I hang Christmas lights without a ladder | 72
  21. GPS vs. Glonass vs. Galileo | 52
  22. Show HN: WebStickies – Sticky notes for the internet | 64
  23. Why Unreal Engine 5.1 is a Deal [video] | 93
  24. Index Merges vs. Composite Indexes in Postgres and MySQL | 31
  25. Temporal Programming, a new name for an old paradigm | 39
  26. Olric: Distributed, embeddable data structures in Go | 21
  27. Babashka Clojure nREPL as a system interface | 23
  28. Rusty ownership and the lifecycle’s stone | 103
  29. WebAssembly: TinyGo vs. Rust vs. AssemblyScript | 22
  30. Web Archive appears to be down | 17
  31. Asian faiths try to save swastika symbol corrupted by Hitler | 137
  32. AI will dominate the animation industry in less than 5 years | 131
  33. Statistical process control after W. Edwards Deming | 24
  34. The Exceptionally American Problem of Rising Roadway Deaths | 126
  35. NopeCHA: Captcha Solver | 61
  36. Emacs Lisp shorthands as namespacing system | 15
  37. French man wins right to not be ‘fun’ at work in wrongful termination case | 24
  38. Mastodon: Servers, Good and Bad | 95
  39. Reusing yesterday’s coffee grounds for another cup of coffee | 69
  40. The AI war and how to win it | 81
  41. Clang is better than GCC | 60
  42. Neighbors built 10Gbit fiber-optic network after attempted extortion by Comcast | 10
  43. Soursop and Ponies in Kona: A C++ Committee Trip Report | 60
  44. 18-month $220k Powerwall solar energy installation nightmare | 37
  45. Show HN: Yet Another Node.js Framework | 30
  46. Stack Computers: the new wave (1989) [pdf] | 20
  47. Fujifilm Warns Its 35mm Films in Short Supply ‘For the Time Being’ | 31
  48. Thriving on China's Belt and Road, Laos border town ditches kip for yuan | 29
  49. The great American ‘homewashing’ is happening under our noses | 5
  50. Meta’s Adversarial Threat Report, Third Quarter 2022 | 7
  51. New Bitcoin DDoS Technique | 31
  52. As Gen X and Boomers Age, They Confront Living Alone | 55
  53. Jaron Lanier warns of tech’s existential threat to humanity | 20
  54. London's Ultra Low Emission Zone to cover entire city | 148
  55. Lightweight Alpine VMs on macOS | 16
  56. The Internet Archive just put 565 Palm Pilot apps in your web browser | 6
  57. Coping strategies for the serial project hoarder | 2
  58. A Team at Microsoft Is Helping Make Python Faster | 25
  59. Tiananmen Square: Protests and Massacre (1989) | 5
  60. Useful Concepts You Should Know | 7
  61. A Man on a Mission to Expose Sneaky Price Increases | 2
  62. Floppydisk.com – a website that still (now) sells floppy disks | 12
  63. A Plumber’s Guide to Git | 1
  64. PSA: Do Not Use Services That Hate the Internet | 7
  65. Safety Tests Reveal Tesla FSD Will Hit a Child Mannequin in a Stroller | 24
  66. Why People Think PHP Sucks (2014) | 64
  67. Could we have avoided the whole UTF-16 fiasco? (2020) | 5
  68. Global Risk of Deadly Heat | 14
  69. The Insane Scale of Europe’s New Mega-Tunnel | 6
  70. Meta claims US military link to online propaganda campaign | 7
  71. Capitalism–Not a Few Bad Actors–Destroyed the Internet | 22
  72. Where Is the AI Music? | 25
  73. A Practical Discrete 386 | 15
  74. Ask HN: What Keeps You on FB? | 40
  75. Binance proof-of-reserves shows 582K BTC to 575K BTC user balance, a 101% ratio | 11
  76. McMurdo Postal Mail | 2
  77. Workers at Amazon’s largest air hub in the world push to form a union | 15
  78. Ask HN: Company is going through layoffs, but still interviewing me. Red flag? | 28
  79. California greenlights jaywalking. It’s a step in the right direction | 17
  80. Mach: A Pluggable Metrics Storage Engine for the Age of Observability [pdf] | 7
  81. Year 2038 Problem | 2
  82. Apple disabled communication tool in China before protests broke out | 0
  83. Crowds angered by lockdowns call for China’s Xi to step down | 5
  84. Show HN: ePub Reader + VS Code = Flow | 1
  85. Ask HN: FFmpeg real-time desktop streaming | 15
  86. Potato Paradox | 5
  87. Ask HN: What is the outlook for a new career in ML or DS? | 15
  88. Apple restricted AirDrop in China before widespread protests broke out | 3
  89. Google Trends for Zig array, Nim array, dart array, rust array, Past 12 months | 14
  90. Why do you guys hate school so much? | 21
  91. Ask HN: How to deal with multiple working languages in the workplace? | 17
  92. Half of computer repairs result in snooping of sensitive data study finds | 1
  93. Computers Are for Girls | 1
  94. Health Canada reveals causes of kids’ Tylenol and drug shortages | 10
  95. John Boyd | 1
  96. 5.4M Twitter users' stolen data leaked online – more shared privately | 3
  97. Christmas is not equally likely to fall on each day of the week | 3
  98. China Covid: Protests continue in major cities across the country | 0
  99. Reward Is Not Necessary: A Self-Preserving Agent For Life-Long Learning | 0
  100. China Covid protests spread to major cities | 1