Story ranking for the past week

  1. Ask HN: What tech job would let me get away with the least real work possible? | 1082
  2. Just Be Rich | 998
  3. uBlock Origin works best on Firefox | 504
  4. The architecture behind a one-person tech startup | 315
  5. Embrace the Grind | 306
  6. Screw it, I’ll host it myself | 477
  7. Et Tu, Signal? | 442
  8. Adobe charges subscription cancellation fee | 565
  9. How People Get Rich Now | 874
  10. Docker without Docker | 207
  11. OpenSearch: AWS fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana | 413
  12. Monkey MindPong | 276
  13. Facebook does not plan to notify half-billion users affected by data leak | 298
  14. Use console.log() like a pro (2020) | 148
  15. Initial M1 support merged into Linux SoC tree | 327
  16. Microsoft buys Nuance for nearly $20B | 386
  17. Scientists who say the lab-leak hypothesis for SARS-CoV-2 shouldn't be ruled out | 618
  18. The Real Book | 140
  19. An interview with the man who keeps uploading my feet to WikiFeet | 277
  20. Amazon workers vote against unionizing in Alabama | 1211
  21. Particle mystery: physicists confirm the muon is more magnetic than predicted | 173
  22. Cycling is more important than electric cars for reaching net-zero cities | 753
  23. std::unique_ptr implementation backed by Ethereum NFTs | 84
  24. Everyone is still terrible at creating software at scale | 379
  25. Zoom zero-day discovery | 236
  26. Deno 1.9 | 172
  27. A top-grossing scam on the App Store | 225
  28. RMS addresses the free software community | 491
  29. All C++20 core language features with examples | 419
  30. Prince Philip has died | 509
  31. The Ponzi Career | 288
  32. Vgpu_unlock: Unlock vGPU functionality for consumer grade GPUs | 132
  33. 34% of remote workers would quit rather than return to full-time office work | 327
  34. CPU-based algorithm trains deep neural nets up to 15 times faster than top GPU | 143
  35. FDA approves first test of CRISPR for genetic defect causing sickle cell disease | 132
  36. US agencies call for pause in Johnson & Johnson vaccine | 933
  37. My startup failed, then I found out I was unemployable | 536
  38. Google’s lawyer accidentally made a sensitive document public | 158
  39. Idempotence now prevents pain later | 127
  40. Best practices for writing SQL queries | 151
  41. New Mexico is the second state to ban qualified immunity | 311
  42. Signal Adds Cryptocurrency Support | 249
  43. Chrome zero-day released on GitHub – fixed on V8 but still works on latest | 148
  44. School custodian refuses to download app that monitors location, got her fired | 268
  45. System76 Developing “Cosmic” Desktop Environment | 302
  46. What was the point of [ “x$var” = “xval” ]? | 224
  47. Technologies I thought my son would never use | 549
  48. Setting up Starlink | 330
  49. A man is looking for the friends who shipped him overseas in a crate in 1965 | 237
  50. How to make a Python package in 2021 | 205
  51. Yuri Gagarin: Sixty years since the first man went into space [video] | 173
  52. You Don't Need a GUI | 425
  53. Twitch will ban users for 'severe misconduct' that occurs away from its site | 973
  54. Is It Pokemon or Big Data? | 67
  55. Anxiety is in your body, not your mind | 228
  56. Nix is the ultimate DevOps toolkit | 232
  57. Brave disables Chromium FLoC features | 335
  58. FFmpeg 4.4 | 129
  59. I made a mobile app for my significant other and she won't use it | 301
  60. Evaluating Modest SaaS Business Ideas | 43
  61. Home-Built Scanning Tunneling Microscope (2015) | 79
  62. AMA: Ivan Kutskir, creator of Photopea | 263
  63. Why do long options start with two dashes? (2019) | 246
  64. Ink 1.0 – Open-source scripting language for interactive narrative | 57
  65. Gitlet.js – Git implemented in 1k lines of JavaScript (2015) | 74
  66. Facebook does not plan to notify half-billion users affected by data leak | 93
  67. Donation page "not compliant with Google Play Policies" | 287
  68. MiSTer, an open-source FPGA gaming project | 106
  69. Facebook slow to address political manipulation in poor, small countries | 148
  70. Natto.dev – A Canvas for JavaScript | 92
  71. Cloudflare Pages is now Generally Available | 112
  72. BleedingTooth: Linux Bluetooth Zero-Click Remote Code Execution | 103
  73. Ask HN: Why is the Linux community struggling to implement hibernation? | 331
  74. Commits are snapshots not diffs (2020) | 307
  75. 1Password Secrets Automation | 145
  76. Ask HN: What under-the-radar technology are you excited about? | 509
  77. Nvidia Unveils Grace: A High-Performance Arm CPU for Use in Big AI Systems | 163
  78. The patent troll that won a $308M jury trial against Apple | 271
  79. Clubhouse data leak: 1.3M user records leaked online for free | 82
  80. Show HN: DeepHN – Full-text search of 30M Hacker News posts and linked webpages | 104
  81. The Cursed Computer Iceberg Meme | 59
  82. Surface Laptop 4 | 282
  83. The Vivaldi browser will not support Google’s FLoC | 163
  84. Intel in talks to produce chips for automakers within six to nine months | 214
  85. After working at Google, I’ll never let myself love a job again | 158
  86. Dynamicland | 112
  87. A simple C implementation to stream H.264 to browser using WebRTC | 124
  88. Making Librem 5 Apps [video] | 261
  89. Figma and Canva are taking on Adobe and winning | 243
  90. WhatsApp's new privacy policy is so bad it might be illegal | 106
  91. Facebook's 'Clear History' Tool Doesn't Clear Shit (2020) | 87
  92. Building React and Vue Support for Tailwind UI | 115
  93. Spotify continues to remove Joe Rogan episodes | 332
  94. Don’t hire top talent; hire for weaknesses | 158
  95. AMD and Xilinx Stockholders Overwhelmingly Approve AMD’s Acquisition of Xilinx | 93
  96. A campaign to make environmental destruction an international crime | 214
  97. iOS 14 and Facebook Pixel causing increase in PSL inclusion requests | 107
  98. Non-Fungible Taylor Swift | 231
  99. Signal Server code on GitHub is up to date again | 194
  100. Show HN: A Twitter crawler for app ideas | 120