Story ranking for the past day

  1. Cyber Security: A pre-war reality check | 206
  2. If you’re seeing this, I’m in jail [video] | 101
  3. I organized a 20-acre game of Capture the Flag | 105
  4. Gio UI – Cross-platform GUI for Go | 188
  5. Ilya Sutskever: “If you learn all of these, you’ll know 90% of what matters” | 98
  6. Floor796 | 36
  7. Calculus with Julia | 83
  8. 38% of webpages that existed in 2013 are no longer accessible a decade later | 172
  9. A trustworthy, free (libre), Linux capable, self-hosting 64bit RISC-V computer | 44
  10. Microsoft's Emissions Spike 29% as AI Gobbles Up Resources | 102
  11. Seven Dyson Sphere Candidates | 265
  12. Show HN: Peanut Butter Spinner | 112
  13. Sam and Greg's response to OpenAI Safety researcher claims | 292
  14. Frozen human brain tissue was successfully revived for the first time | 75
  15. Sam Altman on opeanai non disparagement exit clause | 59
  16. OpenProject – open-source project management software | 39
  17. LLM-generated code must not be committed without prior written approval by core | 106
  18. Swiss' Entire Boeing 777 Fleet Now Has Shark Skin Technology | 67
  19. Tegelwippen | 69
  20. Dwarf Fortress starting during apt-get upgrade | 17
  21. Michelle's List: A free, anonymous landlord review site | 36
  22. Rebuilding my homelab: Suffering as a service | 59
  23. Big Tech to EU: "Drop Dead" | 47
  24. Fixing the iterative damping interpolation in video games | 34
  25. French post office releases scratch-and-sniff baguette stamp | 17
  26. Riven | 26
  27. Reading list to join AI field from Hugging Face cofounder | 20
  28. Malleable software in the age of LLMs (2023) | 33
  29. Show HN: A Golang CP/M emulator | 11
  30. Show HN: Open-source GeForce NOW alternative with Stadia's social features | 26
  31. Japan: The land that doesn't need Ozempic | 160
  32. We'll need universal basic income – Geoffrey Hinton | 44
  33. China builds first dedicated drone carrier | 47
  34. DOJ: Man sentenced to 14 years for posession of deepfake CSAM | 93
  35. Classic Usenet posts on computer architecture, operating systems and languages | 4
  36. How to Exit Vim | 21
  37. Zombie 2nd mortgages are coming to life, threatening 1000s of Americans' homes | 21
  38. BenQ RD280UA: a 3:2 aspect ratio "programming monitor" | 57
  39. Why a New Yorker Story on a Notorious Murder Case Is Blocked in Britain | 43
  40. Noi: an AI-enhanced, customizable browser | 34
  41. Delete Your Slack Workspace | 8
  42. Six charts help to explain 2024's freakish temperatures | 22
  43. Almost a quarter of kids aged 5-7 have smartphones | 58
  44. OpenAI created a team to control 'superintelligent' AI – then let it wither | 57
  45. Go Browser Package | 17
  46. Working with jumbo/unity builds in C/C++ | 25
  47. Houston, We Have a Solution (2023) | 11
  48. OpenAI putting 'shiny products' above safety, says departing researcher | 28
  49. International Scientific Report on the Safety of Advanced AI [pdf] | 58
  50. Librarians Are Waging a Quiet War Against International "Data Cartels" | 1
  51. A teacher did all he could to keep kids off phones | 51
  52. A word game I built to understand semantic distance | 23
  53. iOS 17.5 deleted photos reappearing bug alleged to extend to wiped devices | 16
  54. Mortgages Are a Manufactured Product | 19
  55. Psychedelics could treat some of the worst chronic pain in the world | 17
  56. Days since it was DNS | 33
  57. Intel undercut a standards body to give us the PCI connector | 6
  58. London Webcam | 10
  59. Crypto scammers flooded YouTube with sham SpaceX Starship livestreams | 9
  60. Petosemtamab Receives FDA Breakthrough Therapy Designation: Head / Neck Cancers | 13
  61. Why is China producing so many export goods, anyway? | 30
  62. Neural network trained on 'Friends' can detect sarcasm 75% of the time | 10
  63. Conviction of Tornado Cash programmer: Privacy is not a crime | 38
  64. How GM Made the $35,000 Chevrolet Equinox EV into a 319-Mile Range Champ | 14
  65. Exxon Mobil is suing its shareholders to silence them about global warming | 5
  66. Ask HN: I got laid off and I want to showcase my skills, any suggestion? | 31
  67. OpenAI Scraps Team That Researched Risk of 'Rogue' AI | 10
  68. Windows 11 now supports 7-zip and TAR files | 8
  69. Is there a regular expression to detect a valid regular expression? (2008) | 10
  70. Show HN: Abusing a GitHub repo as a private certificate authority | 6
  71. A hack of psychotherapy records revealed a nation's secrets | 15
  72. Apache NuttX RTOS on Sophgo SG2000 RISC-V SoC (Milk-V Duo S SBC) | 4
  73. Mercedes EQXX Record Drive: Riyadh to Dubai Single Charge 1000+ km Range [video] | 23
  74. Disabling Modernism | 5
  75. Common Data Structures in Common Lisp | 3
  76. YARA is dead, long live YARA-X | 1
  77. I Couldn't Escape Poison Oak. So I Started Eating It | 9
  78. Apple enters the generative AI race | 29
  79. AI Is Taking over Accounting Jobs as People Leave the Profession | 9
  80. Googlers paid so well paid it would take decades for ordinary people to catch up | 12
  81. On English Melancholy | 7
  82. The Iberian lynx doubles its population in just three years | 2
  83. Students uncover security bug that could let millions do laundry for free | 8
  84. Is black the new green for Japan's flagging tea farmers? | 2
  85. Sucked feet first down the tube (2010) | 1
  86. I Took a Trip to a BYD Dealership to See the Chinese Automaker Tesla Fears Most | 1
  87. EU fears as Russian propaganda ads on Facebook target Euro elections | 2
  88. Mathematicians and the Selection Task (2004) | 8
  89. Military rank affects medical care, offering societal insights: Study | 1
  90. Boeing boss's $33M pay package approved | 15
  91. Anti-money laundering: the least effective policy experiment? | 4
  92. Stoke Space: 100% reusable rockets | 6
  93. Simple Ways to Nourish Your Mind | 0
  94. New Yorker geo-blocks Lucy Letby story in collision with British courts | 7
  95. I Couldn't Escape Poison Oak. So I Started Eating It | 2
  96. Scientists Warn Brain Diseases Are Getting Worse as Climate Change Intensifies | 0
  97. EU Joint Debt Is a Slippery Slope, Nobel Economist Sargent Says | 3
  98. CitiGroup announced 20k layoffs in January despite $9.2B in annual profit | 0
  99. Ketogenic diet induces cellular senescence in multiple organs | 4
  100. The Philosophy of Murder Ballads | 2