Story ranking for the past month

  1. CrowdStrike Update: Windows Bluescreen and Boot Loops | 3751
  2. Julian Assange has reached a plea deal with the U.S., allowing him to go free | 1621
  3. Reverse engineering Ticketmaster's rotating barcodes | 714
  4. Panic at the Job Market | 1553
  5. Why is Chile so long? | 446
  6. My daughter (7 years old) used HTML to make a website | 505
  7. I am using AI to drop hats outside my window onto New Yorkers | 440
  8. Run CUDA, unmodified, on AMD GPUs | 401
  9. We need visual programming. No, not like that | 491
  10. Show HN: I created an After Effects alternative | 258
  11. AT&T says criminals stole phone records of 'nearly all' customers in data breach | 813
  12. Jailbreaking RabbitOS | 263
  13. Ladybird Web Browser becomes a non-profit with $1M from GitHub Founder | 744
  14. Use a work journal | 286
  15. Ball: A ball that lives in your dock | 292
  16. One Million Checkboxes | 305
  17. Microfeatures I love in blogs and personal websites | 421
  18. FCC votes to limit prison telecom charges | 413
  19. The tiny chip that powers Montreal subway tickets | 508
  20. TinyPod – Apple Watch case with scroll wheel | 340
  21. Zed on Linux Is Here | 676
  22. PySkyWiFi: Free stupid wi-fi on long-haul flights | 419
  23. I am starting an AI+Education company | 538
  24. Google Chrome has an API accesible only from *.google.com | 368
  25. Polyfill supply chain attack hits 100K+ sites | 370
  26. After my dad died, I ran and sold his company (2018) | 120
  27. Supreme Court rules ex-presidents have immunity for official acts | 1889
  28. NVIDIA Transitions Fully Towards Open-Source Linux GPU Kernel Modules | 251
  29. Scientists discover a cause of lupus, possible way to reverse it | 185
  30. RegreSSHion: RCE in OpenSSH's server, on glibc-based Linux systems | 338
  31. No more boot loader: Please use the kernel instead | 447
  32. Remembering Larry Finger, who made Linux wireless work | 86
  33. Supreme Court overturns 40-year-old "Chevron deference" doctrine | 1494
  34. Software galaxies | 113
  35. Type in Morse code by repeatedly slamming your laptop shut | 156
  36. Crowdstrike Outage Causing Widespread Issues | 2
  37. Microsoft breached antitrust rules by bundling Teams and Office, EU says | 786
  38. I Received an AI Email | 575
  39. Apple found in breach of EU competition rules | 786
  40. The Typeset of Wall·E (2018) | 88
  41. I mapped almost every USA traffic death in the 21st century | 409
  42. My Windows Computer Just Doesn't Feel Like Mine Anymore | 658
  43. Local First, Forever | 281
  44. Twilio confirms data breach after hackers leak 33M Authy user phone numbers | 396
  45. Pattern of brain damage is pervasive in Navy SEALs who died by suicide | 575
  46. Show HN: Drop-in SQS replacement based on SQLite | 156
  47. Import and Export Markdown in Google Docs | 129
  48. Imhex: A hex editor for reverse engineers | 133
  49. Microsoft removes documentation for switching to a local account in Windows 11 | 374
  50. WebVM is a server-less virtual Linux environment running client-side | 127
  51. Inside a $1 radar motion sensor | 103
  52. Show HN: A modern Jupyter client for macOS | 160
  53. Llama.ttf: A font which is also an LLM | 154
  54. Crafting Interpreters | 188
  55. Foliate: Read e-books in style, navigate with ease | 131
  56. For advertising, Firefox now collects user data by default | 500
  57. Diff-pdf: tool to visually compare two PDFs | 80
  58. A Git story: Not so fun this time | 138
  59. Welcome to Ladybird, a truly independent web browser | 2
  60. Boeing to plead guilty to criminal fraud charge stemming from 737 MAX crashes | 589
  61. Allan McDonald refused to approve Challenger launch, exposed cover-up (2021) | 391
  62. Ask HN: What is the best code base you ever worked on? | 454
  63. Show HN: Simulating 20M Particles in JavaScript | 70
  64. The Right Kind of Stubborn | 238
  65. The Origins of DS_store (2006) | 266
  66. Show HN: I am building an open-source Confluence and Notion alternative | 217
  67. With fifth busy beaver, researchers approach computation's limits | 137
  68. A bunch of programming advice I'd give to myself 15 years ago | 318
  69. Advantages of incompetent management | 252
  70. Free-threaded CPython is ready to experiment with | 377
  71. Internet Archive forced to remove 500k books after publishers' court win | 544
  72. Rye: A Hassle-Free Python Experience | 317
  73. Liquid Layers | 53
  74. Researcher finds flaw in a16z website that exposed some company data | 198
  75. Linksys Velop routers send Wi-Fi passwords in plaintext to US servers | 219
  76. Ask HN: Who is hiring? (July 2024) | 610
  77. Waymo One is now open to everyone in San Francisco | 622
  78. Tau: Open-source PaaS – A self-hosted Vercel / Netlify / Cloudflare alternative | 137
  79. AMD to buy Silo AI for $665M | 272
  80. Typst: An easy to learn alternative for LaTex | 129
  81. Figma Slides | 173
  82. US prosecutors recommend Justice Department criminally charge Boeing | 373
  83. Show HN: Resurrecting a dead Dune RTS game | 100
  84. Codestral Mamba | 136
  85. Meta 3D Gen | 136
  86. Three years in North Korea as a foreigner (2021) | 293
  87. Writing GUI apps for Windows is painful | 561
  88. Pipes: A spiritual successor to Yahoo Pipes | 130
  89. Bytecode Breakdown: Unraveling Factorio's Lua Security Flaws | 122
  90. Insights from over 10,000 comments on "Ask HN: Who Is Hiring" using GPT-4o | 160
  91. Garage: Open-Source Distributed Object Storage | 118
  92. Booting Linux off of Google Drive | 184
  93. South Korean telecom company attacks torrent users with malware | 147
  94. Show HN: I built a JavaScript-powered flipdisc display | 121
  95. Vision language models are blind | 191
  96. Google Sheets ported its calculation worker from JavaScript to WasmGC | 214
  97. 25 years of video clips gone as Paramount axes Comedy Central wesbite | 339
  98. Show HN: Xcapture-BPF – like Linux top, but with Xray vision | 39
  99. Ruby: A great language for shell scripts | 353
  100. The joy of reading books you don't understand | 252