Story ranking for the past day

  1. SQLite 3 Fiddle | 119
  2. Broadcom to acquire VMware for $61B | 357
  3. Show HN: I turned my face rec system into a video codec | 138
  4. What did Earth look like X million years ago? | 101
  5. What Happened to Perl 7? | 225
  6. The billable hour is a trap into which more and more of us are falling | 158
  7. The Collison Brothers Built Stripe into a $95B Unicorn | 208
  8. ESPHome – Connect ESP32 with Sensors to HomeAssistant | 62
  9. Bolt Financial's loans come due | 184
  10. splice() and the ghost of set_fs() | 70
  11. Virtual Graph Paper | 26
  12. The Life of a Backpacker in Asia in the 1970s (2018) | 116
  13. I was blackmailed – any YouTuber could be next (2020) | 128
  14. ‘Mind blowing’ ancient settlements uncovered in the Amazon | 80
  15. Two thought experiments to evaluate automated stablecoins | 210
  16. What are the odds that some idiot will name his mutex ether-rot-mutex (2017) | 71
  17. Low-cost gel film can pluck drinking water from desert air | 105
  18. Ask HN: Recommend employers with positive social impact | 173
  19. Proton is trying to become Google without your data | 150
  20. Major discoveries made by mathematicians past age 50 (2010) | 54
  21. Why We Switched from Python to Go (2021) | 250
  22. Ultra compact GAN ATX power supply delivers up to 250 Watts | 64
  23. Amazon investors nuke ethics overhaul and say yes to $212M CEO pay | 207
  24. Physicists rewrite the fundamental law that leads to disorder | 85
  25. Removing blur from images – deconvolution and using simple image filters | 29
  26. Decoding A City In A Bottle | 14
  27. The end of big data | 70
  28. Mental model examples and their explanations | 36
  29. Ghost recon breakpoint game save disappeared | 65
  30. Internet drama in Canada | 51
  31. Ask HN: Why XMPP failed and SMTP didn't? | 151
  32. Tiddlyhost is a free hosting platform for TiddlyWiki | 38
  33. Ask HN: How do you sync your computer’s development configurations/environment? | 129
  34. Sometimes, it is a compiler bug: inding and fixing a bug in a C++ toolchain | 52
  35. Tech Layoff Tracker | 33
  36. Rash of parts thefts is leaving Freightliner trucks inoperable | 67
  37. Why unprecedented birdflu outbreaks sweeping the world are concerning scientists | 90
  38. List of Tech company layoffs in Europe | 114
  39. Linux distro downloads MySQL database password with curl to “fix” security bug | 29
  40. PlanetScale Insights: Advanced query monitoring | 25
  41. Practical power beaming gets real | 41
  42. Terminal.Gui – Cross Platform Terminal UI Toolkit for .NET | 17
  43. AlloyDB for PostgreSQL under the hood: Columnar engine | 24
  44. FriendDA | 18
  45. PSA: HelloFresh doesn't delete data when asked, only changes the email address | 47
  46. South Korean Workers Turn the Tables on Their Bad Bosses | 37
  47. It's done in hardware so it's cheap (2012) | 23
  48. Is DuckDuckGo, DuckDuckDone? | 83
  49. How to walk underground from Liverpool Street to Farringdon | 43
  50. In search of the least viewed article on Wikipedia | 20
  51. AlmaLinux 9 | 5
  52. The Buffalo Attack Is a Reminder That Mass Surveillance Doesn’t Protect Us | 9
  53. Most of Rust job offers are in crypto | 43
  54. Dutch government to admit to institutional racism at Tax Authority | 66
  55. Apple Removes Flag Icons in Monterey 12.4 | 95
  56. Uvalde Police Went in for Their Own Kids During Shooting | 24
  57. Ask HN: How to start developing critical thinking? | 30
  58. Organice: An implementation of Org mode without the dependency of Emacs | 10
  59. Ford Beats Tesla to the Punch with First Electric F-150 Delivery | 17
  60. Ray Liotta, ‘Goodfellas’ and ‘Field of Dreams’ Star, Dies at 67 | 16
  61. Customer support management platform Assembled lands $51M | 2
  62. Ask HN: Current state of coding .NET code on non-Windows machines? | 42
  63. Broadcom announces plans to buy VMware in $61B deal | 8
  64. Texas Forces Companies to Be Neutral on Guns, or Lose Business | 18
  65. Taxi: A language for documenting data models and the contracts of APIs | 16
  66. DuckDuckGo caught giving Microsoft permission for trackers | 1
  67. Is it my impression or are things devolving? | 46
  68. Org-brain: Org-mode wiki and concept-mapping | 0
  69. Ask HN: I did not get pay rise – as only person in team. Should I quit? | 81
  70. No communication from Protonmail in its open-source repository | 0
  71. Eric Schmidt’s Hidden Influence over US Defense Spending | 5
  72. Pakistan shuts down internet ahead of protests over ousting of prime minister | 10
  73. The grave insult of being sent the proper tools to perform a complicated task | 10
  74. Stanford’s President and Provost Must Resign | 45
  75. The F* Programming Language | 5
  76. Ask HN: Which discontinued app or tool would you still like to use today? | 43
  77. Ray Liotta Has Died | 4
  78. Anti-5G “quantum pendants” are radioactive | 3
  79. AMD Underwhelms at Computex | 3
  80. The problem with hard and soft skills | 20
  81. Jemalloc 5.3 Released with Many Speed and Space Optimizations | 0
  82. DjangoCon US 2022: Call for Proposals | 6
  83. Smart landing page on writing copy for landing pages | 8
  84. A Response to Paul Krugman from a Keynesian Bitcoiner | 30
  85. The Two Choices That Keep a Midlife Crisis at Bay | 11
  86. Patrick Shyu brags about how he trashed women’s resumes | 31
  87. IPv4 flag day (in 2030-02-01) | 19
  88. Threema is coming to F-Droid | 1
  89. Apple Raising Employee Minimum Wage to $22 per Hour in U.S. | 5
  90. Deploying 5G Around Trees | 8
  91. Twitter used users' 2FA phone numbers for targeted advertising | 0
  92. AWS DNS Issues? | 9
  93. DuckDuckGo in hot water over hidden tracking agreement with Microsoft | 2
  94. Brian Madden’s brutal and unfiltered thoughts on the Broadcom / VMware deal | 3
  95. Philips dropped the ball in sleep apnea machine recall | 9
  96. People in homes with handguns more likely to be killed, major study finds | 37
  97. Glucosamine supplements may lower risk of death just as much as regular exercise | 3
  98. The Taichi Programming Language | 3
  99. Calgary police union directs officers to remove thin blue line patch | 10
  100. Ask HN: Could Bitcoin be replaced by an ERC-20 token? | 42