Story ranking for the past month

  1. “They introduce kernel bugs on purpose” | 1209
  2. Internal Combustion Engine | 391
  3. Exploiting vulnerabilities in Cellebrite UFED and Physical Analyzer | 332
  4. Linux bans University of Minnesota for sending buggy patches in name of research | 711
  5. Just Be Rich | 1084
  6. Hosting SQLite databases on GitHub Pages or any static file hoster | 244
  7. Why Lichess will always be free | 447
  8. Dan Kaminsky has died | 176
  9. “About one-third of Basecamp employees accepted buyouts today” | 1960
  10. Yayagram | 175
  11. Bob Cassette Rewinder: Hacking Detergent DRM | 404
  12. Michael Collins, Apollo 11 astronaut, has died | 180
  13. Thanks for the Bonus, I Quit | 656
  14. Instagram ads Facebook won't show you | 176
  15. The Animal Is Tired | 389
  16. Time flies in Google Earth’s biggest update in years | 415
  17. My Current HTML Boilerplate | 276
  18. Show HN: Lofi.cafe | 230
  19. Google have declared Droidscript is malware | 646
  20. The Endless Acid Banger: algorithmic self-composing acid techno music | 255
  21. Google can ban your Android app if they think you’ve clicked on your own ads | 393
  22. Unusual Stock Trading by Whales in US Congress | 474
  23. LiveLeak shuts down after 15 years online | 672
  24. Apple Introduces AirTag | 921
  25. Yamauchi No.10 Family Office | 276
  26. Stranded sailor allowed to leave abandoned ship after four years | 405
  27. Piano teacher gets copyright claim for Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata [video] | 487
  28. Higher quality audio makes people sound smarter | 502
  29. Feynman: I am burned out and I'll never accomplish anything (1985) | 275
  30. EFF sues Proctorio on behalf of student falsely DMCA'd | 40
  31. Crazy New Ideas | 766
  32. Changes at Basecamp | 793
  33. I’ve had the same supper for 10 years | 742
  34. Please fix the AWS free tier before somebody gets hurt | 438
  35. Pfizer is testing a pill that, if successful, could cure Covid-19 | 491
  36. Adobe charges subscription cancellation fee | 587
  37. ClearURLs – automatically remove tracking elements from URLs | 305
  38. YouTube suspends account for linking to a PhD research on WPA2 vulnerability | 290
  39. Microsoft says mandatory password changing is “ancient and obsolete” (2019) | 424
  40. “Shared libraries are not a good thing in general” | 501
  41. How People Get Rich Now | 899
  42. Request for comments regarding topics to be discussed at Dark Patterns workshop | 529
  43. The most effective malaria vaccine yet discovered | 277
  44. Apple is sued for telling you that you're “buying” movies | 464
  45. Flu has disappeared worldwide during the Covid pandemic | 763
  46. Back in 1993, I was taking a number theory class | 213
  47. Coinbase from YC to DPO | 846
  48. Grafana, Loki, and Tempo will be relicensed to AGPLv3 | 559
  49. It's your device, you should be able to repair it | 551
  50. OpenSearch: AWS fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana | 424
  51. Use console.log() like a pro (2020) | 148
  52. IBM employee forced to stop kernel work under personal email address | 450
  53. The health benefits of better air | 456
  54. EU says Apple’s App Store breaks competition rules after Spotify complaint | 808
  55. HTML Tips (2020) | 133
  56. Farming robot kills 100k weeds per hour with lasers | 464
  57. Apple sued for terminating account with $25k worth of apps and videos | 388
  58. Get better at Googling | 289
  59. The “Granny Knot” | 254
  60. Deno 1.9 | 236
  61. Hatetris – Tetris which always gives you the worst piece | 245
  62. Initial preview of GUI app support for the Windows Subsystem for Linux | 346
  63. The Ultimate Guide to Inflation | 328
  64. The Unix Magic Poster | 119
  65. Show HN: A portfolio website simulating macOS's GUI using React | 184
  66. Send: A Fork of Mozilla's Firefox Send | 139
  67. Experian’s credit freeze security is still a joke | 375
  68. Microsoft buys Nuance for nearly $20B | 397
  69. SpaceX wins contract to develop spacecraft to land astronauts on the moon | 342
  70. Has UML died without anyone noticing? | 586
  71. Why I Work on Ads | 862
  72. Dominance of Apple and Google’s app stores impacting competition and consumers | 484
  73. Cinder: Instagram's performance-oriented fork of CPython | 259
  74. UMN CS&E Statement on Linux Kernel Research | 316
  75. Dave Herman’s contributions to Rust | 170
  76. White House eyes subsidies for nuclear plants to help meet climate targets | 564
  77. Linus Torvalds on Rust support in kernel | 290
  78. My experience with sexual harassment in the Scala community | 703
  79. Amazon knew seller data was used to boost company sales | 437
  80. 60% of school apps are sending student data with third parties without consent | 155
  81. List of apps people pay for but have low rating | 214
  82. The global chip shortage is starting to have consequences | 708
  83. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki Gets 'Freedom Expression' Award Sponsored by YouTube | 255
  84. Apple’s M1 Positioning Mocks the Entire x86 Business Model | 918
  85. Swimlanes.io – generated editable sequence diagrams | 113
  86. US passes emergency waiver over fuel pipeline cyber-attack | 440
  87. Practical SQL for Data Analysis | 190
  88. We were promised Strong AI, but instead we got metadata analysis | 406
  89. 5G: The outsourced elephant in the room | 239
  90. Opting Your Website Out of Google's FLoC Network | 252
  91. Parsing Protobuf at 2+GB/S: How I Learned to Love Tail Calls in C | 189
  92. Rufus: Reliable USB Formatting Utility | 200
  93. Livebook: A collaborative and interactive code notebook for Elixir | 85
  94. The number of cities with municipal broadband has jumped over 4x in two years | 324
  95. Efficiency Is the Enemy | 322
  96. IBM creates 2nm chip | 213
  97. Millions of the Pentagon’s dormant IP addresses sprang to life on January 20 | 238
  98. Kaspersky believes it found new CIA malware | 294
  99. Discord ends deal talks with Microsoft | 510
  100. Luca App: CCC calls for a moratorium | 164