Story ranking for the past day

  1. Amazon: Not OK – Why we had to change Elastic licensing | 629
  2. IPFS Support in Brave | 303
  3. Ask HN: Anyone else burnt out due to extended lockdown and work-from-home? | 447
  4. GitHub has received a DMCA from MPA about torrent tracker nyaa.si | 273
  5. Intel Problems | 382
  6. Capitol Attack Was Months in the Making on Facebook | 673
  7. Woman Is Sentenced to 43 Years for Criticizing Thai Monarchy | 234
  8. The State of State Machines | 64
  9. NovelWriter 1.0 – A markdown-like editor for writing novels | 254
  10. Free Math Books | 67
  11. Show HN: Virtual breadboard in the browser, inspired by Ben Eater's 6502 | 56
  12. This Anime Does Not Exist | 156
  13. User power, not power users: htop and its design philosophy | 86
  14. Container networking is simple (2020) | 54
  15. How to leave Google and why | 137
  16. Apple knew a supplier was using child labor but took 3 years to fully cut ties | 116
  17. Make Your Own Internet Archive with Archive Box | 37
  18. Three Mathematicians We Lost in 2020 | 30
  19. When radio was king, many outlets chose to stop broadcasting Father Coughlin | 182
  20. Why do they still make car alarms? | 410
  21. Exploring the Supply Chain of the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 Vaccines | 34
  22. China wants to build an open source ecosystem to rival GitHub | 160
  23. Lispsyntax.jl: A Clojure-like Lisp syntax for julia | 31
  24. Radio users reminded not to use radios in crimes | 226
  25. Launch HN: Seed (YC W21) – A Fully-Managed CI/CD Pipeline for Serverless | 86
  26. Is this plane landing or departing? (2017) | 48
  27. Elasticsearch does not belong to Elastic | 84
  28. Storming Reddit's Moat | 134
  29. Soyuz spacecraft digital clock teardown | 31
  30. Raspberry Pi Lego Sorter | 39
  31. Meow-chine learning for a mouse-free home | 1
  32. Turkey imposes advertising bans on Twitter, Periscope and Pinterest | 126
  33. Jack Ma makes first live appearance in three months in online meet | 50
  34. Vineyard: An open-source in-memory data manager | 11
  35. Creating a Signal account | 99
  36. KFC Mascot Col. Sanders Talks Malbolge Programming on General Hospital | 73
  37. Parler Tricks: Making Software Disappear | 144
  38. Java on Truffle – Going Fully Metacircular | 16
  39. Anthony Levandowski Pardoned by Trump | 28
  40. What Parler Saw During the Attack on the Capitol | 39
  41. United States military and prostitution in South Korea | 27
  42. Putin's Billion Dollar Palace | 43
  43. Gaming the system: How GameStop stock surged | 137
  44. Show HN: ZuccNet – Encrypted Facebook Messaging | 39
  45. Syllabus for Classics of Computer Science | 27
  46. The Unauthorized Story of Andreessen Horowitz | 19
  47. Linux and Powershell | 102
  48. Computer History Wiki | 1
  49. Show HN: RSS Feeds with News from AWS | 20
  50. Keep your home mouse-free with an AI powered cat flap | 0
  51. FBI ‘honors’ Martin Luther King Jr., 50 years after plotting to ‘neutralize’ him | 18
  52. Is Bitcoin a Scam? | 96
  53. Never Been Seen: Science Museum Group Collection | 17
  54. Evolving a Curated Retro Game Collection | 8
  55. Brave browser takes step towards enabling a decentralized web | 4
  56. U.S. Says China’s Repression of Uighurs Is ‘Genocide’ | 7
  57. Revelio: A MimbleWimble Proof of Reserves Protocol | 7
  58. The New Domestic War on Terror Is Coming | 4
  59. Electric car batteries with five-minute charging times produced | 54
  60. Parler partially reappears with support from Russian technology firm | 50
  61. Serverless SQLite | 6
  62. Trump signs executive order controlling foreign access to cloud providers | 14
  63. Why a Universal Society Is Unattainable | 62
  64. Stop global roll out of 5G networks until safety is confirmed, urges expert | 37
  65. Object-Oriented Programming Is the Biggest Mistake of Computer Science | 51
  66. Show HN: Il2cpp-modder – Generate DLL injection projects for hacking Unity games | 9
  67. 'Anti-Facebook' MeWe social network adds 2.5M new members in one week | 6
  68. The Hong Kong migrants fleeing to start new lives in the UK | 12
  69. Everything Is Broken | 4
  70. AirPods Max teardown makes Sony and Bose headphones look ‘like toys’ | 9
  71. Ransomware: Anti-virus unable to detect it | 6
  72. Jack Ma Emerges for First Time Since Crackdown on Ant, Alibaba | 5
  73. Chinese scientists develop gene therapy which could delay ageing | 9
  74. Smart Drone Mailbox Secures the Future of “Last Inch” Deliveries | 40
  75. Digital VT100 (1978) – Beautiful Vintage Terminal | 12
  76. China is committing genocide and crimes against humanity against Uighur Muslims | 0
  77. Machine Learning Models Are Missing Contracts | 7
  78. Don't Sign a CLA | 4
  79. A New Kind of Open Source Organization | 18
  80. SQLite replication tool hit over 1K write tx/SEC on a $15/mo box | 0
  81. Why the Electoral College Will Be Banished | 81
  82. Firefox to block Backspace key from working as “Back” button | 27
  83. GameStop Stock Soars, and Social-Media Traders Claim Victory | 1
  84. Mothers of children with autism have ‘significantly different’ metabolite levels | 16
  85. Free Speech in 2021 | 11
  86. Who is able to make a whistleblower platform for Epstein/Maxwell whistleblowers? | 14
  87. Identifying Authorship Style in Malicious Binaries: Techniques, Challenges | 2
  88. Turkey slaps ad ban on Twitter and Pinterest under new social media law | 1
  89. It's Good Jobs, Stupid | 4
  90. Ford closes German plant for 1 month as global chip crisis worsens | 4
  91. Have We Already Been Visited by Aliens? | 6
  92. Malwarebytes said it was hacked by the same group who breached SolarWinds | 1
  93. Inexpensive battery charges rapidly for electric vehicles, reduces range anxiety | 9
  94. Decline the 15 Minute Post-Vaccination Waiting Period | 28
  95. Use Streamdeck on Linux | 6
  96. President Elect Biden sending messages encoded in binary | 2
  97. US Declares China Is Commiting Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity in Xinjiang | 2
  98. What Anime CLI? | 2
  99. Again on 0-based vs. 1-based indexing | 35
  100. The average job seeker spends 51 hours just filling out application | 2