Story ranking for the past week

  1. Stable Diffusion 2.0 | 483
  2. maps.google.com now redirects to google.com/maps | 379
  3. Why Twitter didn’t go down: From a real Twitter SRE | 1346
  4. Ooh.directory | 167
  5. High-documentation, low-meeting work culture | 499
  6. Almost everything on Amazon is becoming an ad | 494
  7. An interactive guide to Flexbox | 87
  8. CVE-2022-41924 – tailscaled can be used to remotely execute code on Windows | 130
  9. Show HN: A color picker for named web colors | 168
  10. A 3D-printed ethernet RJ45 clip to secure/repair/fix broken tab (2020) | 254
  11. Tell HN: Happy Thanksgiving | 122
  12. Writing by hand is still the best way to retain information | 282
  13. Japanese have been producing wood for 700 years without cutting down trees | 21
  14. Show HN: Using stylometry to find HN users with alternate accounts | 510
  15. Ask HN: Azure has run out of compute – anyone else affected? | 338
  16. D2, a diagram scripting language that turns text to diagrams, is now open source | 153
  17. Show HN: I made a pretty relaxing puzzle game | 165
  18. Ask HN: Why isn't remote work advertised as a pro environment initiative? | 486
  19. Building the fastest Lua interpreter automatically | 109
  20. Improving Firefox stability on Windows by retrying failed memory allocation | 322
  21. Dwarf Fortress – randomly generated, persistent fantasy world | 142
  22. Is wine fake? | 540
  23. CICERO: An AI agent that negotiates, persuades, and cooperates with people | 264
  24. Cloudflare servers don't own IPs anymore so how do they connect to the internet? | 123
  25. Extremely Linear Git History | 357
  26. Git Notes | 86
  27. Warning – Google suspended GCP services for 'verification', lost my business | 142
  28. “You don't have a voltmeter. Do you have a potato?” | 96
  29. Front end developers: stop moving things that I’m about to click on | 192
  30. Factorio runs on Apple Silicon | 260
  31. Tesla.com/.gitignore | 268
  32. The Need to Read | 183
  33. What if we talked about over-60s’ screen time as we talk about young people’s? | 441
  34. The Art of Command Line | 78
  35. Tumblr to Add Support for ActivityPub | 184
  36. Git-bug: Distributed, offline-first bug tracker embedded in Git | 79
  37. iCloud for Windows downloading other people's photos | 79
  38. I/O is no longer the bottleneck | 322
  39. Act: Run your GitHub Actions locally | 148
  40. WikiLeaks is struggling to stay online as millions of documents disappear | 487
  41. Self Hosting a Google Maps Alternative with OpenStreetMap | 119
  42. KDE runs on the Apple M2 with full GPU acceleration | 120
  43. Valve Introduces Proton Next | 255
  44. The genius of binary space partitioning in Doom (2019) | 159
  45. A bug fix in the 8086 microprocessor, revealed in the die's silicon | 87
  46. Westinghouse sees a tech disrupter in its eVinci microreactor | 274
  47. A hundred UK companies sign up for four-day week with no loss of pay | 246
  48. Last.fm turns 20 | 173
  49. Fantasy Jodorowsky Tron visualisations | 142
  50. Betting on things that never change (2017) | 114
  51. Chief scientist of major corporation can’t handle criticism of the work he hypes | 410
  52. Oh, the Places Your Apple ID Will Go | 151
  53. Amazon Alexa is on pace to lose $10B this year | 361
  54. Issue dialing 911 on Google Pixel 6 cell phones | 247
  55. Remind HN: Heroku will delete all free dbs and shut down all free dynos Monday | 115
  56. Anti-War Speech Sent Eugene V. Debs to Prison, 1918 | 251
  57. “Invalid Username or Password”: a useless security measure (2014) | 276
  58. Being OK with not being extraordinary (2021) | 234
  59. German privacy watchdogs conclude that Microsoft 365 is incompatible with GDPR | 325
  60. Introduction to Genomics for Engineers | 80
  61. Emacs: Feature/tree-sitter merged into master | 79
  62. Apple sends DSID with iPhone analytics data, tests show | 112
  63. Wasmer 3.0 | 181
  64. TinyGL 0.4.1 | 35
  65. Ask HN: What weird technical scene are you fond/part of? | 303
  66. I over-engineered a Fast Fourier Transform for Arduino | 84
  67. Cache invalidation really is one of the hardest problems in computer science | 144
  68. November 2022 Progress Report | 192
  69. Barclays using TeamViewer font to warn customers | 56
  70. Mycroft – open source voice assistant | 139
  71. CRDT: Fractional Indexing | 36
  72. Moving Away from UUIDs (2018) | 230
  73. Ask HN: How's the job hunt going? (For those laid off) | 291
  74. Tax filing websites have been sending users’ financial information to Facebook | 74
  75. Arch Linux turns 20: Small, simple, great documentation | 148
  76. 2D Rubik’s Cube solution visualization | 65
  77. Help seed Z-Library on IPFS | 140
  78. The world of pipe fittings | 224
  79. The Impossible Port: MacOS | 112
  80. Choosing Nim out of a crowded market for systems programming languages | 258
  81. North Korean ICBM launch detected using GPS | 89
  82. AI Art Panic | 262
  83. Using Rust at a startup: A cautionary tale | 329
  84. Woodworking through the mind of an engineer | 155
  85. Coding Curves | 32
  86. LXD containers on macOS at near-native speeds | 103
  87. Why it’s hard to buy deodorant in Manhattan | 706
  88. Voice assistants are not doing it for big tech | 360
  89. FTX’s ownership of a U.S. bank raises questions | 214
  90. Paredit 25 released, after 8 years | 69
  91. Congressmembers Tried to Stop the SEC’s Inquiry into FTX | 105
  92. Running a Unix-like OS on a home-built CPU with a home-built C compiler (2020) | 56
  93. Jqjq: Jq Implementation of Jq | 63
  94. Nostr is a stupid simple P2P protocol that works, built by builders | 127
  95. Photography for geeks | 37
  96. Please restore our registers when you’re done with them | 106
  97. FCC Bans Authorizations for Devices That Pose National Security Threat | 218
  98. Decades of air pollution undermine the immune system | 141
  99. VSCode-Neovim: Use embedded Neovim in VSCode without emulation | 110
  100. Ask HN: How do you start a startup in your 30s when you have wife/kids/mortgage? | 326