Story ranking for the past week

  1. Ask HN: Gmail account security | 773
  2. I got pwned by my cloud costs | 639
  3. Charm – Tools to make the command line glamorous | 212
  4. Bolt founder on Stripe/YC | 313
  5. Google Drive flags file only containing “1” for copyright infringement | 448
  6. I won the local election, but my township ignored the results and state law | 384
  7. AirPods don't “just work” | 934
  8. Google Is Forcing Me to Dump a Perfectly Good Phone | 675
  9. A Minimum Viable Computer, or Linux for $15 | 381
  10. Nvidia prepares to abandon $40B Arm bid | 452
  11. James Webb telescope reaches its final destination in space, million miles away | 339
  12. I built a system that takes pictures of all the airplanes that fly over my house | 180
  13. Apple contributes to OBS to support screen capture using ScreenCaptureKit | 168
  14. IBM’s Watson Health is sold off in parts | 686
  15. Washington state shuts down Amazon price-fixing program nationwide | 322
  16. How big was the Tonga eruption? | 258
  17. Apple removes Python 2.7 in macOS 12.3 beta | 380
  18. PRQL – A proposal for a better SQL | 291
  19. I read the federal government’s Zero-Trust Memo so you don’t have to | 334
  20. Last Windows 11 update changed all default browser settings to Edge | 437
  21. The old internet shows signs of quietly coming back | 389
  22. Ask HN: Hacker claimed ownership and then deleted my Facebook Page of 50k users | 218
  23. If Looks Could Kill | 251
  24. I got an FBI record at age 11 from dabbling in cryptography (2015) | 266
  25. Doing too much work on one's own before looping in others | 382
  26. The Curse of NixOS | 351
  27. Ask HN: Is the past disappearing on the web? | 315
  28. 717 Gigapixel Image of Rembrandt's Nightwatch | 134
  29. Google rewrites many page titles | 246
  30. Guess the daily Wordle in one try using the tweet distribution | 113
  31. We purchased a machine from China and it came with malware preinstalled | 311
  32. 22-year-old builds chips in his parents’ garage | 334
  33. Naomi Wu video demonetized on YouTube | 510
  34. Agatha Christie could afford a maid and a nanny but not a car | 483
  35. Systemd by Example | 69
  36. Searching for Susy Thunder | 238
  37. WordPress themes, plugins backdoored in supply chain attack | 239
  38. Two weeks later David Bennett is alive, his pig’s heart beating soundly | 487
  39. Reclaiming the lost art of Linux server administration | 344
  40. Nintendo Switch game cartridges taste offensively bad (2017) | 271
  41. We're migrating many of our servers from Linux to FreeBSD | 396
  42. I’m porting the TypeScript type checker tsc to Go | 234
  43. GitHub Actions by Example | 70
  44. Writing an open source GPU driver without the hardware | 82
  45. To my surprise and elation, the Webb Space Telescope is going to work | 211
  46. MIT 6.S081 – Operating System Engineering | 47
  47. Reasons Kubernetes is so complex | 275
  48. Society has a trust problem. More censorship will only make it worse | 560
  49. Prime Video Uses WebAssembly | 232
  50. Pfizer board member suggests end to mask, vaccine mandates | 1203
  51. The Great Resignation? More Like the Great Renegotiation | 496
  52. Alabama farmer sues John Deere for ‘right to repair’ | 172
  53. Militarized Dolphins Protect Almost a Quarter of the US Nuclear Stockpile | 213
  54. Playwright: Automate Chromium, WebKit and Firefox | 135
  55. Hacking the Apple Webcam (Again) | 73
  56. Around one-in-three children globally suffer from lead poisoning | 218
  57. Zim – A Desktop Wiki | 163
  58. Nova by Panic | 257
  59. Tell HN: We have a responsibility to speak out against blockchain technologies | 295
  60. I accidentally used YAML.parse instead of JSON.parse and it worked | 201
  61. Nature Neuroscience offers open access publishing for $11k per article | 205
  62. Elsevier embeds a hash in the PDF metadata that is unique for each download | 138
  63. Dozens of U.S. states say Apple stifles competition, back Epic | 297
  64. There’s No Such Thing as Clean Code | 353
  65. In the end, you're treated like a spy, says MIT scientist | 405
  66. The Internals of PostgreSQL | 39
  67. Spotify is removing Neil Young’s music after falling out over Joe Rogan | 444
  68. Saving on egress switching from AWS to Hetzner | 206
  69. We have jetpacks and we do not care | 401
  70. LogJ4 Security Inquiry – Response Required | 118
  71. UBS Acquires Wealthfront for $1.4B | 319
  72. How E Ink developed full-color e-paper | 200
  73. Foundations of Computer Science | 49
  74. Amazon activist’s firing deemed illegal by labor board officials | 126
  75. Masterclass on mathematical thinking | 127
  76. Foobar2000 | 214
  77. Bridge collapse in Pittsburgh’s Frick Park | 373
  78. A surprisingly hard CS problem: sums of square roots (2018) | 177
  79. LTO Tape data storage for Linux nerds | 180
  80. Why skyscrapers are so short | 241
  81. An ad plugin was stealing revenue for a year and I didn't even notice | 185
  82. Tell HN: Twitter is growing increasingly unusable without an account | 224
  83. The Block Protocol | 135
  84. How the Soviets put a lander on Venus | 83
  85. Guide to Using YubiKey for GPG and SSH | 92
  86. Shell’s carbon capture plant is emitting more than it’s capturing | 94
  87. Robotics 501: Mathematics for Robotics | 61
  88. Huginn: System for building agents that perform automated tasks online | 49
  89. Simulation of a 2B-atom cell that metabolizes and grows like a living cell | 190
  90. Run Ordinary Rails Apps Globally (2021) | 111
  91. Pwnkit: Local Privilege Escalation in polkit's pkexec (CVE-2021-4034) | 164
  92. A “Sideways” supply response in California winegrapes | 233
  93. How much did a tunic cost in the Roman Empire? (2021) | 212
  94. Docker for Mac Without Docker Desktop | 156
  95. The case against masks at school | 1032
  96. Show HN: Let's Block It – Custom uBlock Origin Filters Made Easy | 82
  97. Ask HN: How do you get out of a rut? | 168
  98. Highlights from Git 2.35 | 88
  99. Stop Brainstorming | 95
  100. Rare real colour photos of WWII | 102