Story ranking for the past month

  1. My First Impressions of Web3 | 1129
  2. GPS | 288
  3. Google no longer producing high quality search results in significant categories | 1274
  4. Microsoft to Acquire Activision Blizzard | 1353
  5. Elizabeth Holmes found guilty | 1234
  6. Tell HN: Salary data is for sale | 762
  7. Ask HN: Gmail account security | 773
  8. I got pwned by my cloud costs | 639
  9. Do svidaniya, Igor, and thank you for Nginx | 342
  10. James Webb is fully deployed | 475
  11. Show HN: Looptap – A minimal game to waste your time | 170
  12. Charm – Tools to make the command line glamorous | 212
  13. Open-Sourcing our Firmware | 368
  14. Bolt founder on Stripe/YC | 313
  15. Upwork asking me for a $12.5k refund as the client was using someone else’s card | 485
  16. Google Drive flags file only containing “1” for copyright infringement | 448
  17. I won the local election, but my township ignored the results and state law | 384
  18. Essence: Desktop operating system built from scratch | 290
  19. The UX on this small child is terrible | 357
  20. CSS Gradients that avoid the “gray dead zone” | 141
  21. New Year, New CEO | 322
  22. FalsiScan: Make it look like a PDF has been hand signed and scanned | 389
  23. Dev corrupts NPM libs 'colors' and 'faker', breaking thousands of apps | 277
  24. AirPods don't “just work” | 934
  25. Large Eruption Near Tonga, Heard in NZ. Tsunami at Tonga and Fiji | 204
  26. Google Is Forcing Me to Dump a Perfectly Good Phone | 675
  27. Free Postgres databases for small projects | 223
  28. Danish government makes its new economic model open source | 150
  29. PayPal faces lawsuit for freezing customer accounts and funds | 311
  30. A Minimum Viable Computer, or Linux for $15 | 381
  31. What the world will be like in a hundred years (1922) | 640
  32. U.S. surgeons transplant pig heart into human patient | 701
  33. The curious case of the Raspberry Pi in the network closet (2019) | 262
  34. Drop a raindrop anywhere in the world and watch where it ends up | 115
  35. I think I know why you can't hire engineers right now | 890
  36. Nvidia prepares to abandon $40B Arm bid | 452
  37. Boeing 777 departing Dubai nearly had a major incident after takeoff | 557
  38. We handle 80TB and 5M page views a month for under $400 | 401
  39. Burn My Windows | 275
  40. The gift of it's your problem now | 293
  41. James Webb telescope reaches its final destination in space, million miles away | 339
  42. YC’s $500k Standard Deal | 350
  43. Zotero: Free, easy-to-use tool to collect, organize, cite, and share research | 201
  44. I built a system that takes pictures of all the airplanes that fly over my house | 180
  45. iPhone camera app replaces person’s head with a leaf in photo | 454
  46. Fixing stutters in Papers Please on Linux | 192
  47. More than 1M fewer students are in college, the lowest numbers in 50 years | 1129
  48. Microsoft Exchange stops passing mail due to bug on 1/1/22 | 358
  49. Oh, 2022 | 538
  50. My self-hosting infrastructure, fully automated | 222
  51. Intel's $20B Ohio factory could become world's largest chip plant | 599
  52. I took a job at Amazon, only to leave after 10 months | 666
  53. Ask HN: Firefox connection problems after enabling DoH? | 395
  54. T-Mobile begins blocking iPhone users from enabling iCloud Private Relay in US | 411
  55. Computers as I used to love them | 257
  56. Apple execs: Let's take a 30% cut of Uber and Lyft's membership programs (2018) | 724
  57. Apple contributes to OBS to support screen capture using ScreenCaptureKit | 168
  58. Scientists believed Covid leaked from Wuhan lab, but feared debate could hurt | 785
  59. IBM’s Watson Health is sold off in parts | 686
  60. Roblox October Outage Postmortem | 309
  61. 1Password Has Raised $620M | 698
  62. Is the madness ever going to end? | 600
  63. Washington state shuts down Amazon price-fixing program nationwide | 322
  64. How big was the Tonga eruption? | 258
  65. Chatbots: Still dumb after all these years | 409
  66. Apple removes Python 2.7 in macOS 12.3 beta | 380
  67. Darling – Run Mac apps on Linux | 200
  68. Google requiring all ‘G Suite legacy free edition’ users to start paying | 393
  69. PRQL – A proposal for a better SQL | 291
  70. I automated my job over a year ago and haven't told anyone | 491
  71. In MySQL, use “utf8mb4” instead of “utf8” (2016) | 350
  72. We need to reclaim our attention | 448
  73. Multiple Sclerosis Causality | 244
  74. New York City will make it mandatory for companies to post salaries on job ads | 534
  75. Keyboard lets people type so fast it’s banned from typing competitions | 467
  76. Real-Time Tokyo Subway Map | 93
  77. An anatomy of Bitcoin price manipulation | 441
  78. I read the federal government’s Zero-Trust Memo so you don’t have to | 334
  79. Why can’t I play Ultra HD Blu-ray movies on my new Intel CPU platform? | 408
  80. Music industry is suing youtube-dl hosters | 407
  81. Last Windows 11 update changed all default browser settings to Edge | 437
  82. A single line of code made a 24-core server slower than a laptop | 195
  83. The old internet shows signs of quietly coming back | 389
  84. Don't Waste the Good Days | 317
  85. Ask HN: Hacker claimed ownership and then deleted my Facebook Page of 50k users | 218
  86. If Looks Could Kill | 251
  87. I Miss RSS | 303
  88. Indiana life insurance CEO says deaths are up 40% among people ages 18-64 | 555
  89. On Leaving Facebook | 611
  90. How to design a house to last 1000 years | 391
  91. I got an FBI record at age 11 from dabbling in cryptography (2015) | 266
  92. Show HN: I bought and tested the filtration of every mask on Amazon | 237
  93. Locked out of 'God Mode', runners are hacking their treadmills | 460
  94. Search engines and SEO spam | 534
  95. Doing too much work on one's own before looping in others | 382
  96. Israel police uses NSO’s Pegasus to spy on citizens | 341
  97. Deep Learning Interviews book: Hundreds of fully solved job interview questions | 147
  98. The Curse of NixOS | 351
  99. The internet changed my life | 165
  100. Norton is installing a Cryptocurrency miner called Norton Crypto (NCrypt.exe) | 262