Story ranking for the past week

  1. How Dwarf Fortress is built | 380
  2. The mermaid is taking over Google search in Norway | 331
  3. Who Owns My Name? | 253
  4. Element raises $30M to boost Matrix | 338
  5. The Insecurity Industry | 364
  6. Windows 96 | 315
  7. Naval Architecture | 138
  8. TSMC eyes Germany as possible location for first Europe chip plant | 433
  9. Father builds exoskeleton to help wheelchair-bound son walk | 191
  10. Anna Kiesenhofer: Mathematician, amateur cyclist, Olympic champion | 169
  11. Signal on Android: Images sent to wrong contacts | 379
  12. Facebook is now claiming official CDC.gov links are “False Information” | 574
  13. Activision Blizzard Hires Notorious Union-Busting Firm WilmerHale | 346
  14. Toyota is quietly pushing Congress to slow the shift to electric vehicles | 747
  15. Please, enough with the dead butterflies (2017) | 209
  16. Introduction to open source private LTE and 5G networks | 117
  17. Crafting Interpreters is available in print | 114
  18. Postgres Full-Text Search: A search engine in a database | 136
  19. Mammals dream about the world they are about to experience before they are born | 183
  20. Self hosting is important | 318
  21. 1 out of every 153 American workers is an Amazon employee | 439
  22. Google results for PHP tutorials contain SQL injection vulnerabilities | 323
  23. Grand jury indicts Trevor Milton, Nikola founder, on three counts of fraud | 377
  24. IPv4 pricing | 521
  25. Static.wiki – read-only Wikipedia using a 43GB SQLite file | 117
  26. Police are telling ShotSpotter to alter evidence from gunshot-detecting AI | 332
  27. Evil programmer's tip: avoid “easy” things (2016) | 196
  28. About the security content of iOS 14.7.1 and iPadOS 14.7.1 | 347
  29. For developers, Safari is crap and outdated | 596
  30. How the Python import system works | 201
  31. Video game developers at Activision Blizzard say they'll walk out Wednesday | 527
  32. New exotic matter particle, a tetraquark, discovered at CERN | 185
  33. Understanding Rust futures by going way too deep | 126
  34. DaisyUI – Tailwind CSS Components | 166
  35. The Assange case is collapsing but it remains a travesty of justice | 323
  36. Discord Launches Threads | 224
  37. “I just got a copyright claim for *TYPING ON MY KEYBOARD*” | 171
  38. Capitol Hill's mystery soda machine | 149
  39. I went to the office for the first time. I fucking hated it | 466
  40. Berkeley Systems “After Dark” screensavers recreated in CSS | 141
  41. Why does man print “gimme gimme gimme” at 00:30? (2017) | 210
  42. Calculus Made Easy (1910) | 95
  43. Command line tools for productive programmers | 136
  44. Tether executives said to face criminal probe into bank fraud | 281
  45. Electromagnetism is a property of spacetime itself, study finds | 177
  46. France issues moratorium on prion research after fatal brain disease strikes | 294
  47. Techdirt Is Now Without Any Google Ads or Tracking Code | 115
  48. The SaaS Org Chart | 134
  49. Sci-Hub Twitter account suspended | 129
  50. From stolen laptop to inside the company network | 201
  51. Simulating worlds on the GPU: Four billion years in four minutes | 58
  52. Orbiter Space Flight Simulator is now open source | 70
  53. Curated list of personal blogs | 123
  54. Finland provides housing and counseling to the homeless (2020) | 346
  55. To H-E-Double-Hockey-Sticks with Facebook | 175
  56. A database with 3.8B phone numbers from Clubhouse is up for sale | 115
  57. Netcat – All you need to know | 45
  58. Some stuff I found interesting about number theory research | 112
  59. Lessons learned from 15 years of SumatraPDF, an open source Windows app | 133
  60. Agile at 20: The Failed Rebellion | 305
  61. A Unix-style personal search engine and web crawler for your digital footprint | 92
  62. 'Arthur,' the longest-running kids animated series, is ending | 164
  63. 38% of remote workers work from bed | 372
  64. Amazon Gets Record $888M EU Fine over Data Violations | 207
  65. Windows Defender blocks qBittorrent | 333
  66. Triton: Open-Source GPU Programming for Neural Networks | 109
  67. Lucasfilm hires YouTuber who specializes in deepfaking big-budget movies | 212
  68. Duolingo reaches $6.5B valuation on day of IPO | 333
  69. Debian GNU/Linux running bare metal on the Apple M1 with a mainline kernel | 93
  70. Please Bring Back Our Downvotes: Society Desperately Needs It | 519
  71. What's bad about Julia? | 316
  72. Amazon Echo Dot does not wipe personal content after factory reset | 100
  73. The Inter typeface family | 84
  74. Amazon Kindles with 3G will start to lose cellular network access in December | 308
  75. Monkey Island PC-speaker music player | 114
  76. Craig Murray will surrender himself for prison | 221
  77. Freenom, the free domains website, is a scam | 164
  78. Google launches new vulnerability reward platform | 104
  79. My First CSS | 103
  80. Empty storefronts are killing neighbourhoods | 469
  81. Reducing CO2 emissions by targeting the world's hyper-polluting power plants | 217
  82. Amazon Web Services In Plain English (2019) | 91
  83. Amazon has ruined search and Google is in on it | 277
  84. Language records reveal a surge of cognitive distortions in recent decades | 148
  85. Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley reaches one billion views [video] | 132
  86. Hacker downloads close to 300k personal ID photos from Estonian gov database | 122
  87. Google and Facebook mandate vaccines for employees at U.S. offices | 653
  88. Why does NBC make it so difficult to watch the Olympics? | 291
  89. FSF-calls for white papers on philosophical and legal questions around Copilot | 197
  90. Toyota has stepped up lobbying to preserve its investments in hybrids, hydrogen | 306
  91. Pronouncing non-English names for English speakers | 455
  92. My Fanless OpenBSD Desktop | 140
  93. Israeli military search team helped recover majority of Surfside victims | 131
  94. Generally capable agents emerge from open-ended play | 51
  95. Mining firm Rio Tinto sorry for destroying Aboriginal caves (2020) | 135
  96. Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning (2013) | 134
  97. K-9 Mail is back | 133
  98. I was sick, tired and had lost myself until I began lifting weights at 71 | 195
  99. B-tree Path Hints | 58
  100. The journey to controlling external monitors on M1 Macs | 111