Story ranking for the past week

  1. Airfoil | 292
  2. Netlify just sent me a $104k bill for a simple static site | 793
  3. Institutions try to preserve the problem to which they are the solution | 1118
  4. Elon Musk sues Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, and OpenAI [pdf] | 1037
  5. The Era of 1-bit LLMs: ternary parameters for cost-effective computing | 442
  6. Google helped destroy adoption of RSS feeds (2023) | 327
  7. Nintendo is suing the creators of Switch emulator Yuzu | 674
  8. Apple to wind down electric car effort after decadelong odyssey | 953
  9. The KDE desktop gets an overhaul with Plasma 6 | 600
  10. Apache Superset | 187
  11. Testcontainers | 252
  12. I turned my open-source project into a full-time business | 247
  13. How video games use lookup tables | 104
  14. Apple reverses course on death of Progressive Web Apps in EU | 328
  15. Show HN: I made an app to use local AI as daily driver | 232
  16. Mistral Large | 266
  17. Show HN: AboutIdeasNow – search /about, /ideas, /now pages of 7k+ personal sites | 119
  18. How to find the AWS account ID of any S3 bucket | 214
  19. Microsoft strikes deal with Mistral in push beyond OpenAI | 383
  20. U.S. opens UnitedHealth antitrust probe | 235
  21. Show HN: Reverse-Engineering a Switch Lite with 1,917 wires | 110
  22. Look, ma, no matrices | 92
  23. Ask HN: Did you encounter any leap year bugs today? | 467
  24. Varda Capsule Reentry – Five Minutes from LEO to Earth [video] | 270
  25. New York medical school eliminates tuition after $1B gift | 408
  26. Fugitive Wirecard COO Jan Marsalek exposed as decade-long GRU spy | 248
  27. Why I use Firefox | 302
  28. Testing the F-35C Tailhook | 190
  29. JPEG XL and the Pareto Front | 271
  30. 'Mathematically perfect' star system being investigated for potential alien tech | 324
  31. Ask HN: Slow thinkers, how do you compensate for your lack of quick-wittedness? | 263
  32. Why time seems to pass faster as we age | 257
  33. Botanical gardens can cool city air by an average of 5°C | 152
  34. Children need risk, fear, and excitement in play | 424
  35. Boeing missing key elements of safety culture: FAA report | 314
  36. HDMI Forum Rejects Open-Source HDMI 2.1 Driver Support Sought by AMD | 206
  37. A bad day at the office | 98
  38. Show HN: Nekoweb – a retro static web hosting | 117
  39. Inside North Korea's Forced Labor Program | 167
  40. Pains of building your own billing system | 211
  41. Antarctic English | 150
  42. Show HN: AI dub tool I made to watch foreign language videos with my 7-year-old | 151
  43. You've just inherited a legacy C++ codebase, now what? | 333
  44. Study: 61 UK firms tried a 4-day workweek and after a year, they still love it | 245
  45. Rapier is a set of 2D and 3D physics engines written in Rust | 74
  46. CACM Is Now Open Access | 48
  47. Serving my blog posts as Linux manual pages | 146
  48. Home Screen Advantage | 225
  49. Let's compile like it's 1992 (2014) | 117
  50. Where I'm at on the whole CSS-Tricks thing | 47
  51. Hetzner switches to new billing model | 193
  52. You are not late (2014) | 164
  53. Architecture.md (2021) | 53
  54. Does this 8088 code in the Leisure Suit Larry 2 game do anything? | 93
  55. Hallucination is inevitable: An innate limitation of large language models | 472
  56. The 'Atlanta Magnet Man' is saving our car tires, one bike ride at a time | 195
  57. Coroutines in C (2000) | 91
  58. Ask HN: Who is hiring? (March 2024) | 291
  59. Osquery: An sqlite3 virtual table exposing operating system data to SQL | 99
  60. Company forgets why they exist after 11-week migration to Kubernetes (2020) | 93
  61. Power Metal: is it really about dragons? (2018) | 156
  62. Xkcd: Greenhouse Effect | 269
  63. Learn CSS layout the pedantic way (2015) | 94
  64. Serverless Horrors | 169
  65. GoboLinux | 194
  66. California Approves Waymo Expansion to Los Angeles and SF Peninsula [pdf] | 343
  67. Show HN: Struct – A Feed-Centric Chat Platform | 132
  68. WhatsApp forces Pegasus spyware maker to share its secret code | 81
  69. Ant Geopolitics | 86
  70. Earth just experienced its hottest 12 months in recorded history | 405
  71. Over 100k Infected Repos Found on GitHub | 173
  72. Marginalia: 3 Years | 44
  73. Mamba Explained: The State Space Model Taking On Transformers | 92
  74. Why jalapeño peppers are less spicy (2023) | 319
  75. HDMI Forum does not allow an open source implementation of the HDMI 2.1 spec | 155
  76. Old vs. new growth trees and the wood products they make | 208
  77. Why Isn't Taxpayer-Funded U.S. Broadband Mapping Data Owned by the Public? | 45
  78. All you need is Wide Events, not "Metrics, Logs and Traces" | 174
  79. Does offering ChatGPT a tip cause it to generate better text? | 152
  80. Heinz’s sustainable ketchup cap | 445
  81. SuperTux | 49
  82. SymPy: Symbolic Mathematics in Python | 130
  83. Show HN: We built the fastest spreadsheet | 212
  84. SpaceX discloses cause of Starship anomalies as it clears an FAA hurdle | 396
  85. Pql, a pipelined query language that compiles to SQL | 131
  86. Rainwater everywhere on the planet is unsafe to drink due to chemicals (2022) | 188
  87. How we applied fuzzing techniques to cURL | 46
  88. How The Pentagon learned to use targeted ads to find its targets | 125
  89. How Does Bluesky Work? | 91
  90. Firsty.app – free 300kbit/s eSIM for US/EU | 210
  91. Show HN: Workout Tracker – self-hosted, single binary web application | 95
  92. MicroZig: Unified abstraction layer and HAL for Zig on several microcontrollers | 59
  93. Where is Noether's principle in machine learning? | 58
  94. Pingora: build fast, reliable and programmable networked systems | 43
  95. I accidentally deleted a bad game revision from MAME | 61
  96. GGUF, the Long Way Around | 26
  97. Frugly vs. Freemium | 62
  98. FDA approves first medication to reduce allergic reactions to multiple foods | 164
  99. JSR: The JavaScript Registry | 161
  100. Intel puts 1nm process (10A) on the roadmap for 2027 | 239