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Hacker News Rankings

  1. Tell HN: Thank You Dang

    2236 points by sinak Nov 26 21:35 | 241 comments

  2. I spent eleven years working on this Line Rider track

    1045 points by todsacerdoti Nov 25 19:11 | 138 comments

  3. Email a Dumpster Fire

    1043 points by bschne Nov 24 11:04 | 321 comments

  4. Apple Silicon M1: Black Magic Fuckery

    1033 points by singhkays Nov 24 11:36 | 1074 comments

  5. Building Your Color Palette

    1007 points by clessg Nov 22 11:19 | 188 comments

  6. Booting from a vinyl record

    979 points by ruik Nov 22 4:51 | 157 comments

  7. Microsoft 365 has employee surveillance and analytics built in

    975 points by ColinWright Nov 24 6:31 | 436 comments

  8. Metal monolith found by helicopter crew in Utah desert

    901 points by m1 Nov 24 7:20 | 492 comments

  9. Zoomquilt (2004)

    873 points by xingyzt Nov 23 12:59 | 131 comments

  10. How to Think for Yourself

    866 points by neilkakkar Nov 27 3:09 | 709 comments

  11. WTF Happened in 1971? (2019)

    801 points by dgudkov Nov 23 8:30 | 452 comments

  12. Another free CA as an alternative to Let's Encrypt

    728 points by c0r0n3r Nov 23 8:43 | 156 comments

  13. WhiteHat Jr’s founder files $2.6M defamation suit against critic

    689 points by villgax Nov 22 1:49 | 282 comments

  14. Apple’s head of security indicted in Santa Clara County CCW case

    670 points by spike021 Nov 23 11:30 | 854 comments

  15. How io_uring and eBPF Will Revolutionize Programming in Linux

    665 points by harporoeder Nov 26 10:08 | 302 comments

  16. CAPTCHAs don’t prove you’re human – they prove you’re American (2017)

    658 points by notRobot Nov 27 1:07 | 635 comments

  17. Solomon Islands set to ban Facebook in the name of 'national unity'

    653 points by hentrep Nov 23 5:54 | 246 comments

  18. Gimp is 25 years old today

    617 points by constantinum Nov 21 19:22 | 259 comments

  19. macOS has checked app signatures online for over 2 years

    607 points by giuliomagnifico Nov 25 4:15 | 426 comments

  20. hCaptcha now runs on fifteen percent of the internet

    599 points by fab1an Nov 25 10:32 | 360 comments

  21. Oxford University breakthrough on global COVID-19 vaccine

    595 points by mychaelangelo Nov 22 23:25 | 544 comments

  22. I Miss Working from the Office

    577 points by sysoleg Nov 21 0:58 | 471 comments

  23. The Nintendo Switch uses my open source code

    510 points by danso Nov 23 6:10 | 290 comments

  24. AWS Cognito is having issues and health dashboards are still green

    489 points by rcardo11 Nov 25 6:49 | 347 comments

  25. Microsoft's Creepy New 'Productivity Score' Gamifies Workplace Surveillance

    488 points by ourmandave Nov 26 19:11 | 252 comments

  26. Modern storage is plenty fast, but the APIs are bad

    488 points by harporoeder Nov 26 7:40 | 158 comments

  27. Why AWS loves Rust, and how we’d like to help

    486 points by carllerche Nov 24 9:00 | 317 comments

  28. The Tech Stack of a One-Man SaaS

    473 points by amzans Nov 23 5:06 | 249 comments

  29. Linux on iPad

    468 points by homarp Nov 21 13:25 | 280 comments

  30. DevTerm - An Open Source Portable Terminal for Every Dev

    458 points by cocoflunchy Nov 23 4:06 | 155 comments

  31. PHP 8

    455 points by pow-tac Nov 26 7:14 | 256 comments

  32. Due to a problem with AWS, many "smart" vacuums or doorbells will stop working

    447 points by benryon Nov 26 15:11 | 374 comments

  33. An ex-Googler’s guide to dev tools

    440 points by azhenley Nov 25 21:59 | 206 comments

  34. You might not need machine learning

    427 points by chmaynard Nov 24 0:52 | 184 comments

  35. ‘Tokenized’: Black Workers’ Struggles at Coinbase

    423 points by xwvvvvwx Nov 27 7:44 | 435 comments

  36. Diego Maradona has died

    423 points by SirOibaf Nov 25 8:38 | 70 comments

  37. What was it like to be a software engineer at NeXT?

    414 points by Austin_Conlon Nov 24 4:38 | 220 comments

  38. Convolution Is Fancy Multiplication

    396 points by ubac Nov 23 11:39 | 127 comments

  39. The Birth of Unix with Brian Kernighan

    386 points by rodrigo975 Nov 22 2:14 | 83 comments

  40. Mmhmm

    376 points by definetheword Nov 25 9:04 | 170 comments

  41. Salesforce is in talks to buy Slack

    370 points by jcalabro Nov 25 8:52 | 336 comments

  42. I'm building a Minecraft clone in hardware, on a tiny FPGA with 143kb of RAM

    369 points by nickmqb Nov 21 10:28 | 50 comments

  43. 1% of farms operate 70% of world's farmland

    363 points by jelliclesfarm Nov 24 23:35 | 212 comments

  44. A bird feeder that accepts bottle caps for food

    363 points by matthewsinclair Nov 22 12:16 | 100 comments

  45. Jane Street Market Prediction ($100k Kaggle competition)

    354 points by tosh Nov 24 10:25 | 208 comments

  46. Walmart router, others on Amazon, eBay have hidden backdoors to control devices

    351 points by bmcn2020 Nov 23 6:03 | 127 comments

  47. Blender 2.91

    343 points by 91edec Nov 25 9:08 | 78 comments

  48. I created an alternative to the YouTube algorithm to stop me wasting time

    342 points by ChrisLovejoy Nov 23 7:27 | 149 comments

  49. Quiver: A modern commutative diagram editor

    338 points by dustingetz Nov 25 11:27 | 52 comments

  50. Apache OpenMeetings – Video chat, messaging, white board, doc editing and more

    331 points by pabs3 Nov 25 3:37 | 118 comments

  51. On the bonkers color palette of Garfield comics

    326 points by zdw Nov 23 8:07 | 118 comments

  52. Ragya – Indian classical music played by time of the day

    323 points by kadal Nov 26 10:25 | 91 comments

  53. On the Loss of a Cofounder

    323 points by bekind Nov 22 11:43 | 50 comments

  54. Raspberry Pi 4 V3DV graphics driver achieves Vulkan 1.0 conformance

    316 points by pfrog Nov 24 23:18 | 103 comments

  55. Magic mushrooms are changing the lives of terminal cancer patients

    310 points by mrzool Nov 25 23:53 | 199 comments

  56. Michael J Fox: ‘Every step now is a frigging math problem, so I take it slow’

    309 points by sohkamyung Nov 22 17:39 | 70 comments

  57. Run Homebrew Natively on Apple Silicon Arm M1

    308 points by soheil Nov 22 18:43 | 151 comments

  58. Edward Snowden on the Dangers of Silicon Valley Censorship [video]

    307 points by nbzso Nov 25 7:29 | 145 comments

  59. Amazon Workers to Stage Coordinated Black Friday Protests in 15 Countries

    300 points by nimbius Nov 26 23:57 | 233 comments

  60. Ask HN: Why do some timestamps on HN have a full stop at the end?

    300 points by eznzt Nov 24 3:15 | 110 comments

  61. Guitar Center files for bankruptcy

    296 points by lisper Nov 22 9:45 | 349 comments

  62. Exotic Programming Ideas, Part 3: Effect Systems

    291 points by psibi Nov 22 7:56 | 94 comments

  63. Walmart Exclusive Wi-Fi Router Contains Backdoor to Control Devices

    286 points by wikus Nov 23 10:10 | 118 comments

  64. Libgen Storage Decentralization on IPFS

    278 points by jerheinze Nov 25 5:58 | 111 comments

  65. I asked GPT-3 for the question to “42”

    276 points by Gupie Nov 24 23:37 | 227 comments

  66. Tips for Performant TypeScript

    276 points by nkjoep Nov 24 7:06 | 113 comments

  67. Facebook Is Going After Its Critics in the Name of Privacy

    276 points by URfejk Nov 22 3:35 | 116 comments

  68. The AMA is a tax-exempt hedge fund and licensing corporation

    275 points by erentz Nov 24 11:07 | 115 comments

  69. FrontPage: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    274 points by pmlnr Nov 26 2:53 | 191 comments

  70. Java Verbal Expressions

    274 points by victor106 Nov 25 7:29 | 181 comments

  71. “To be safe allocate 5 bytes more than you need”

    274 points by luu Nov 22 21:16 | 162 comments

  72. Writing well

    271 points by do Nov 25 18:55 | 126 comments

  73. Java is better than C++ for high speed trading systems

    269 points by pjmlp Nov 25 21:53 | 437 comments

  74. We’re Optimizing Ourselves to Death (2019)

    269 points by thread_id Nov 22 11:25 | 186 comments

  75. Learn difficult concepts with the ADEPT method (2014)

    268 points by adamzerner Nov 24 10:51 | 45 comments

  76. Ethereum 2.0 – Minimum deposit reached

    268 points by leesalminen Nov 23 18:26 | 247 comments

  77. A new jailbreak for a new era

    268 points by wallflower Nov 23 5:18 | 254 comments

  78. X11 Library Sees Lots of Fixes with LibX11 1.7 Release

    267 points by rbanffy Nov 21 13:42 | 63 comments

  79. Fucking, Austria changes name to Fugging

    264 points by galonk Nov 26 13:24 | 223 comments

  80. What is the benefit of having FIPS hardware-level encryption on a USB stick?

    264 points by personjerry Nov 24 0:56 | 170 comments

  81. For the first time in Europe, registrations for EVs overtook diesel

    263 points by Osiris30 Nov 26 5:27 | 313 comments

  82. IoT Unravelled Part 1: It's a Mess but Then There's Home Assistant

    263 points by input_sh Nov 23 0:43 | 188 comments

  83. Charles Darwin notebooks lost and assumed stolen

    262 points by kypro Nov 24 4:59 | 117 comments

  84. Victoria follows South Australia and imposes electric car road tax

    255 points by oxplot Nov 21 9:25 | 378 comments

  85. How I Spend My Attention

    253 points by kenta_nagamine Nov 22 18:54 | 170 comments

  86. Digital Tools I Wish Existed

    252 points by todsacerdoti Nov 27 4:21 | 96 comments

  87. Tony Hsieh has died

    248 points by MrMcDowall Nov 27 21:19 | 49 comments

  88. What it’s like inside your plane’s hidden ‘crew rest’

    248 points by CapitalistCartr Nov 23 4:29 | 150 comments

  89. Leaf-cutter ants have rocky crystal armor, never before seen in insects

    245 points by kul Nov 26 12:12 | 63 comments

  90. Diego Maradona has died

    244 points by ColinWright Nov 25 8:56 | 226 comments

  91. Your brain runs your body using something like a budget

    242 points by XzetaU8 Nov 25 13:36 | 143 comments

  92. Your Move, iPad

    240 points by rcarmo Nov 26 0:28 | 289 comments

  93. Deep Frozen Arctic Microbes Are Waking Up

    240 points by jonbaer Nov 21 9:07 | 131 comments

  94. GNU Guix 1.2.0

    237 points by rekado Nov 23 7:16 | 192 comments

  95. World's first no-kill eggs go on sale in Berlin (2018)

    235 points by andreiursan Nov 25 0:28 | 406 comments

  96. Psilocybin and migraine: First of its kind trial reports promising results

    234 points by futureguy Nov 23 13:05 | 127 comments

  97. MyNOR: Single board computer that uses a single NOR gate as its ALU

    232 points by sohkamyung Nov 23 22:50 | 66 comments

  98. ESP32-C3 WiFi and BLE RISC-V processor is pin-to-pin compatible with ESP8266

    232 points by zdw Nov 22 7:56 | 116 comments

  99. Someone attacked our company

    231 points by joshmanders Nov 23 18:56 | 108 comments

  100. Apple’s M1 silicon is all about platform control

    231 points by _gtly Nov 23 3:32 | 353 comments

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