Story ranking for the past week

  1. Replit used legal threats to kill my open-source project | 1272
  2. The top-ranking HTML editor on Google is an SEO scam | 391
  3. Fastly Outage | 693
  4. iOS 15 Humane | 464
  5. Hundreds of fishing vessels vanishing along Argentina’s waters | 588
  6. G7: Rich nations back deal to tax multinationals | 895
  7. IRS records reveal how the wealthiest avoid income tax | 962
  8. A New Future for Icanhazip | 249
  9. Ohio sues Google, seeks to declare the internet company a public utility | 710
  10. Stripe Tax | 364
  11. Sorry everybody, I failed with you | 341
  12. An incomplete list of skills senior engineers need, beyond coding | 218
  13. ALiEn – a GPU-accelerated artificial life simulation program | 169
  14. Don't Feed the Thought Leaders | 266
  15. A Project of One’s Own | 362
  16. Althttpd: Simple webserver in a single C file | 335
  17. Terraform 1.0 | 305
  18. Linus Torvalds on mRNA Vaccines | 568
  19. Bosch opens German chip plant | 269
  20. If you sell a house these days, the buyer might be a pension fund | 1074
  21. Always Be Quitting | 340
  22. FaceTime is coming to Android and Windows via the web | 332
  23. El Salvador makes Bitcoin legal tender | 699
  24. New York Senate passes Right to Repair bill | 191
  25. Tell HN: SMS-based two-factor authentication is not secure | 280
  26. We are publishing the tax secrets of the .001% | 559
  27. Farmers Deserve the Right to Repair Their Tractors | 260
  28. Facebook extends its work-at-home policy to most employees | 461
  29. Few people know that Google voluntarily removes some search results | 232
  30. The work-from-home future is destroying bosses' brains | 472
  31. In Praise of Open Source Textbooks | 103
  32. Scientists develop ‘cheap and easy’ method to extract lithium from seawater | 283
  33. How to circumvent Sci-Hub ISP block | 184
  34. The price of lithium-ion batteries has declined by 97% in the last three decades | 317
  35. Apple pays out millions to student after repair techs shared her personal images | 324
  36. Vivaldi 4.0 | 279
  37. Apple, Mozilla, Google, Microsoft form group to standardize browser plug-ins | 178
  38. Heart inflammation cases in young men higher than expected after mRNA vaccines | 349
  39. El Salvador to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender | 398
  40. Password Managers | 330
  41. Two Hidden Instructions Discovered in Intel CPUs Enable Microcode Modification | 119
  42. We’re all paying for someone else’s 4-hour work week, not ours | 314
  43. Australian Federal Police and FBI nab underworld figures using encrypted app | 346
  44. Show HN: Open-source alternative to Retool, Internal.io, etc. | 67
  45. Grafana 8.0 | 51
  46. “It is 2018 and this error message is a mistake from 1974” | 191
  47. “AI promised to revolutionize radiology but so far its failing” | 386
  48. Don't let social media think for you | 251
  49. Apple is threatening to remove Fanhouse unless they give 30% of creator earning | 570
  50. 2021.06.08 Certificate Lifetime Incident | 164
  51. The SaaS CTO Security Checklist Redux | 73
  52. Once a bastion of free speech, the ACLU faces an identity crisis | 502
  53. Keep Your Identity Small (2009) | 300
  54. Seven Years of Factorio Friday Facts (2020) | 72
  55. Google can't pass its own page speed test | 163
  56. Try APL | 213
  57. Developers can't fix bad management (2020) | 264
  58. Astro: Ship Less JavaScript | 163
  59. DOJ seizes $2.3M in cryptocurrency paid to the ransomware extortionists Darkside | 277
  60. David Dushman, last surviving Auschwitz liberator, dies aged 98 | 229
  61. Playdate pre-orders begin in July | 208
  62. Publish and Perish | 163
  63. FaceTime on the web requires Chrome or Edge, no mention of Firefox | 190
  64. Justice Department withdraws FBI subpoena for USA Today records ID'ing readers | 170
  65. Zero downtime Postgres migration, done right | 119
  66. Good and Bad Elixir | 146
  67. Study shows how taking short breaks may help our brains learn new skills | 88
  68. OpenHistoricalMap | 107
  69. Apple’s tightly controlled App Store is teeming with scams | 244
  70. Deep JavaScript | 61
  71. Ad tech firms test ways to connect Google’s FLoC to other data | 219
  72. 3,000 eggs abandoned after drone scares birds in California | 234
  73. Language learning with Netflix | 160
  74. Hackers used Slack to break into EA Games | 184
  75. Found at Goodwill: WebPad 1001 Prototype | 81
  76. TC Energy scraps Keystone XL pipeline project after Biden revokes key permit | 411
  77. Fewer young men are in the labor force, more are living at home | 867
  78. The pedantic checklist for changing your data model in a web application | 98
  79. How Netflix uses eBPF flow logs at scale for network insight | 34
  80. MoviePass settles FTC allegations that they limited usage, exposed user data | 161
  81. Notepad++ drops Bing after “tank man” censorship | 175
  82. The memory models that underlie programming languages (2016) | 101
  83. Calculus for Seven Year Olds [pdf] | 123
  84. Fastmail accounts blocked in Russia, here's what we know | 169
  85. How did Replit respond to this blog post? | 115
  86. 'Miraculous' mosquito hack cuts dengue by 77% | 68
  87. Photographer captures 'odd but exciting' crow behaviour known as anting | 111
  88. One Fastly customer triggered internet meltdown | 199
  89. The modern trap of turning hobbies into hustles (2019) | 136
  90. A Lifetime of Systems Thinking | 75
  91. FoundationDB: A distributed, unbundled, transactional key value store [pdf] | 97
  92. Privacy Analysis of FLoC | 158
  93. Software is eating the car | 524
  94. 'I was completely inside': Lobster diver swallowed by humpback whale | 85
  95. Evaluating necessity of Covid-19 vaccination in previously infected individuals | 349
  96. Kelly Criterion – how to calculate optimal bet sizes | 127
  97. ST3000DM001 | 250
  98. Declassified Cold War code-breaking manual on solving 'impossible' puzzles | 38
  99. ProPublica's tax story | 396
  100. What the Fastly outage can teach us about writing error messages | 132