Story ranking for the past day

  1. Who Owns My Name? | 253
  2. 1 out of every 153 American workers is an Amazon employee | 439
  3. Static.wiki – read-only Wikipedia using a 43GB SQLite file | 117
  4. New exotic matter particle, a tetraquark, discovered at CERN | 185
  5. Berkeley Systems “After Dark” screensavers recreated in CSS | 141
  6. Amazon Gets Record $888M EU Fine over Data Violations | 207
  7. The Inter typeface family | 84
  8. Craig Murray will surrender himself for prison | 221
  9. B-tree Path Hints | 58
  10. The journey to controlling external monitors on M1 Macs | 111
  11. Facial expression software confirms bronze medalists happier than silver | 120
  12. Daniel Hale Receives 45-Month Sentence for Releasing Drone Documents | 152
  13. Ask HN: My country may be in the midst of a coup – how should I get prepared? | 132
  14. Tell HN: Consider listing your contact details | 115
  15. Safari extension rejected because developer not “reputable” | 81
  16. Sorbet Compiler: An experimental, ahead-of-time compiler for Ruby | 33
  17. Open Terms Archive – Follow changes to terms of service | 23
  18. Oracle loses bid to upend HP’s $3B win | 114
  19. Why does “Turn! Turn! Turn!” equal 241217.524881? | 19
  20. Yarn 3.0 | 120
  21. Hong Kong crowd booing China's anthem sparks police probe | 102
  22. A blood marker predicts who gets ‘breakthrough’ Covid | 142
  23. Tech CEO Says Workers Get Too Much Pay and Benefits | 181
  24. PM Orders Internet Blocked For Anyone Spreading Info That Might Frighten People | 52
  25. Common UI/UX mistakes devs make | 39
  26. strcpy: A niche function you don't need | 105
  27. I Am Parting with My Crypto Library | 22
  28. Top German court strikes down Facebook rules on hate speech | 94
  29. AI tools have been built to catch Covid, but none of them helped | 64
  30. Lunatic is an Erlang-inspired runtime for WebAssembly | 27
  31. Ask HN: Why is YouTube adding “&pp=sAQA” to video URLs? | 61
  32. Algorithmic bias bounty challenge | 102
  33. The Future of PrivacyTools | 35
  34. Crowdfunding Backer Patented My Project (2018) | 27
  35. Apple closing down internal Slack channels where employees debate remote work | 112
  36. Documenting our migration to Docker | 47
  37. How Beavis, Butt-Head and Daria disrupted cable | 87
  38. Investors overseeing $14T call for vote on company climate plans | 33
  39. Launch HN: Matrubials (YC S21) Milk-derived therapeutics for infectious diseases | 32
  40. Multics MR12.7 released | 19
  41. Eternal Change for No Energy: A Time Crystal Finally Made Real | 29
  42. 300 Megawatt Tesla battery catches fire | 85
  43. Most People Don't Understand How Bad Climate Change Already Is | 71
  44. Mapbox Employees Have Unionized | 18
  45. Goodbye Xamarin Forms | 38
  46. Raspberry Pi OS now has SATA support built-in | 17
  47. Launch HN: HomeBreeze (YC W21) – Easy booking of home repairs | 90
  48. Fire use: The first signal of widespread cultural diffusion in human evolution | 22
  49. Swift Protocol Oriented Programming and Testing | 39
  50. Cuomo pushes employers to force their employees return to NYC | 52
  51. Blizzard Recruiters Asked Hacker If She ‘Liked Being Penetrated’ at Job Fair | 74
  52. Covid in Sydney: Military deployed to help enforce lockdown | 114
  53. DRM says no water for you | 89
  54. Sgt. Pepper’s to get new Atmos mix: current version ‘doesn’t sound quite right’ | 42
  55. The Dark and Destructive Downsides of Entrepreneurship | 21
  56. A Nerd Cool Miscellanea | 6
  57. Cash Flood Drives Use of Fed Reverse Repo to Record $1T | 25
  58. Why Managers Fear a Remote-Work Future | 25
  59. M1 MacBook Users Say Their Screens Are Cracking for “No Apparent Reason” | 71
  60. Fencers Refused to Fight. Then Came the Rule That Changed the Sport | 26
  61. Representations of Uncomputable and Uncountable Sets (2008) | 9
  62. Message Deduplication with RabbitMQ Streams | 3
  63. Firefox lost 50M users since 2019 | 60
  64. Do Developers Read Compiler Error Messages? [pdf] | 41
  65. Australian Troops Will Help Enforce a Coronavirus Lockdown in Sydney, July 30 | 34
  66. 900-person delta cluster in Mass. has CDC freaked out–74% are vaccinated | 15
  67. Single-celled organism has evolved a natural mechanical computer | 5
  68. Get Ready for the 'No-Buy' List | 10
  69. Google Cloud offers a model for fixing Google’s product-killing reputation | 26
  70. Platform teaches nonexperts to use machine learning | 3
  71. Tesla Megapack Caught Fire at Victorian Big Battery Site in Australia | 27
  72. Information Geometry | 3
  73. Are Covid Restrictions the New TSA? | 35
  74. Private student loans can now be discharged in bankruptcy | 12
  75. German Court: Facebook Must Inform Users About Deleting Their Posts, Explain Why | 2
  76. “Safari's buggy” is valid criticism. “Safari's behind Chrome in features” is not | 64
  77. Interview with Noam Chomsky: Capitalism and Free Speech | 2
  78. AMA by Docz Maintainer – Thoughts on OSS, Community – Going Live Now | 3
  79. SARS-CoV-2 immune evasion by the B.1.427/B.1.429 variant of concern | 12
  80. “Swift is the only language I could find with over 100 keywords” | 21
  81. Cloudflare's inaccessible browser contradicts the company's mission | 0
  82. Neal Stephenson: Unix – The Hole Hawg of Operating Systems | 10
  83. CDC: Covid-19 Vaccine Breakthrough Infections in Massachusetts | 18
  84. Can Redis be used as a primary database? [video] | 21
  85. If You Need a Content Warning, Maybe It’s Time for You to Quit Reading | 22
  86. Virtual contact worse than no contact for over-60s in lockdown, says study | 5
  87. Do we need a Scrum Master forever? | 60
  88. Software downloaded 30k times from PyPI ransacked developers’ machines | 7
  89. Nobelists decry Chinese government’s censorship attempts at the Nobel Summit | 0
  90. Anonymous advice: What’s good career advice you wouldn’t want your name on? | 7
  91. Google to block logins on old Android devices starting September | 7
  92. U.S. Fed reverse repo volume hits record $1T | 10
  93. Killing the Sat Means Hurting Minorities | 3
  94. Ask HN: Why didn't the early web support more client side languages? | 46
  95. U.N. climate panel confronts implausibly hot forecasts of future warming | 5
  96. Los Angeles Covid Surge Being Driven by White, Affluent Neighborhoods | 7
  97. Job applicants with black names less likely to get interviews | 8
  98. Yi – The Haskell-Scriptable Editor | 0
  99. The daunting task of writing longhand and why you should do it | 26
  100. Memory Management in Lobster | 4