Story ranking for the past week

  1. CrowdStrike Update: Windows Bluescreen and Boot Loops | 3751
  2. Panic at the Job Market | 1553
  3. My daughter (7 years old) used HTML to make a website | 505
  4. Run CUDA, unmodified, on AMD GPUs | 401
  5. Jailbreaking RabbitOS | 263
  6. FCC votes to limit prison telecom charges | 413
  7. TinyPod – Apple Watch case with scroll wheel | 340
  8. I am starting an AI+Education company | 538
  9. NVIDIA Transitions Fully Towards Open-Source Linux GPU Kernel Modules | 251
  10. Type in Morse code by repeatedly slamming your laptop shut | 156
  11. Crowdstrike Outage Causing Widespread Issues | 2
  12. I mapped almost every USA traffic death in the 21st century | 409
  13. Import and Export Markdown in Google Docs | 129
  14. Foliate: Read e-books in style, navigate with ease | 131
  15. For advertising, Firefox now collects user data by default | 500
  16. Researcher finds flaw in a16z website that exposed some company data | 198
  17. Typst: An easy to learn alternative for LaTex | 129
  18. Codestral Mamba | 136
  19. Garage: Open-Source Distributed Object Storage | 118
  20. Stop Microsoft users sending 'reactions' to email by adding a postfix header | 354
  21. Exo: Run your own AI cluster at home with everyday devices | 146
  22. Bangladesh imposes curfew after dozens killed in anti-government protests | 178
  23. Devzat – Chat over SSH, with some nice quality-of-life features | 103
  24. Ask HN: What's Prolog like in 2024? | 267
  25. Mistral NeMo | 161
  26. Show HN: Sendune – open-source HTML email designer | 86
  27. USPS shared customer postal addresses with Meta, LinkedIn and Snap | 204
  28. Multiple airlines disrupted due to Microsoft Azure outage | 119
  29. Show HN: Horizon – Private alternative to Imgur | 202
  30. The Greatest Educational Life Hack: Learning Math Ahead of Time | 219
  31. Fusion – A hobby OS implemented in Nim | 107
  32. The unexpected poetry of PhD acknowledgements | 85
  33. How to Know When It's Time to Go | 217
  34. Story points are pointless, measure queues | 284
  35. Google's Gemini AI caught scanning Google Drive PDF files without permission | 147
  36. What would it take to recreate Bell Labs? | 257
  37. Immunotherapy Is Changing Cancer Treatment Forever | 154
  38. 10% of Cubans left Cuba between 2022 and 2023 | 626
  39. Multisatellite data depicts a record-breaking methane leak from a well blowout | 218
  40. Fitting an elephant with four non-zero parameters | 146
  41. Ryanair – when every page is a dark pattern | 291
  42. The CrowdStrike file that broke everything was full of null characters? | 338
  43. The Mafia of Pharma Pricing | 121
  44. The Delusion of the Polygraph | 309
  45. Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing is a dystopian nightmare | 117
  46. Show HN: I built a Jeopardy game maker with buzzer support | 69
  47. AI paid for by Ads – the GPT-4o mini inflection point | 226
  48. Want to spot a deepfake? Look for the stars in their eyes | 141
  49. The Objects of Our Life (1983) | 143
  50. 10-acre underground home and gardens in Fresno (2023) [video] | 83
  51. Rust for Filesystems | 187
  52. Psilocybin desynchronizes the human brain | 258
  53. CrowdStrike broke Debian and Rocky Linux months ago | 130
  54. A Linux kernel syscall implementation tracker | 44
  55. Firefox 128 enables "privacy-preserving" ad measurements by default | 212
  56. Writing a BIOS bootloader for 64-bit mode from scratch | 80
  57. The Engineer’s Guide to Deep Learning: Understanding the Transformer Model | 29
  58. Automerge: A library of data structures for building collaborative applications | 56
  59. CrowdStrike debacle provides road map of American vulnerabilities to adversaries | 343
  60. SAPwned: SAP AI vulnerabilities expose customers' cloud environments and privat | 65
  61. Peter Buxtun, whistleblower who exposed Tuskegee syphilis study, has died | 112
  62. Hash-based bisect debugging in compilers and runtimes | 44
  63. A brief interview with Awk creator Dr. Brian Kernighan (2022) | 127
  64. No Uptime Hosting (2006) | 71
  65. Calculating position from raw GPS data (2017) | 51
  66. What happened to BERT and T5? | 67
  67. Building and scaling Notion's data lake | 81
  68. XLSTMTime: Long-Term Time Series Forecasting with xLSTM | 53
  69. A search engine by and for the federal government | 55
  70. Just Be Rich (2021) | 300
  71. GPT-4o mini: advancing cost-efficient intelligence | 76
  72. Initial details about why CrowdStrike's CSAgent.sys crashed | 186
  73. Tabloid: A clickbait headline programming language (2021) | 29
  74. The rise of the camera launched a fight to protect Gilded Age privacy | 152
  75. Minuteman missile communications | 28
  76. Women who make Samsung semiconductors are striking | 196
  77. Reverse-Engineering an IP Camera (2019) | 105
  78. Public toilets are vanishing and that's a civic catastrophe | 270
  79. Devs need system design tools, not diagramming tools | 99
  80. Empathy for the user having sex with your software | 42
  81. Git-PR: patch requests over SSH | 103
  82. A Review of Linux on Surface Pro 4 | 222
  83. CrowdStrike fixes start at "reboot up to 15 times", gets more complex from there | 234
  84. The Later Years of Douglas Adams | 68
  85. Polychromatic Pixels | 139
  86. Debugging an evil Go runtime bug: From heat guns to kernel compiler flags (2017) | 46
  87. I'm not a fan of strlcpy(3) | 346
  88. The golden age of scammers: AI-powered phishing | 135
  89. How to choose a textbook that is optimal for oneself? | 94
  90. A RP2040 based DECstation 3000 emulator that can run DECWindows | 56
  91. Congress accidentally legalized THC six years ago | 182
  92. Collection of Dark Patterns and Unethical Design | 71
  93. Kompute – Vulkan Alternative to CUDA | 38
  94. We created a fake delivery company to get a job | 122
  95. SpreadsheetLLM: Encoding Spreadsheets for Large Language Models | 70
  96. Private Browsing 2.0 | 106
  97. Playing guitar tablatures in Rust | 78
  98. Gitlab Explores Sale | 142
  99. Researchers: Weak Security Defaults Enabled Squarespace Domains Hijacks | 104
  100. How do jewellers capture every last particle of gold dust? (2017) | 149