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Panic at the Job Market (matt.sh)
613 points by speckx 6 hours ago | 560 comments | Direct link
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A brief interview with Awk creator Dr. Brian Kernighan (2022) (pldb.io)

He discussed associative arrays and pattern-action paradigm, mentioned Yacc and Lex, and recommended creating special-purpose languages.

86 points by breck 3 hours ago | 34 comments | Direct link
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TinyPod – Apple Watch case with scroll wheel (thetinypod.com)

Applies to Apple Watch Series 4 to 9

318 points by herbertl 5 hours ago | 141 comments | Direct link
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NVIDIA Transitions Fully Towards Open-Source Linux GPU Kernel Modules (developer.nvidia.com)

Open-source driver now offers better performance, HMM support, and is compatible with Turing, Ampere, Lovelace, and Hopper GPUs

232 points by shaicoleman 3 hours ago | 75 comments | Direct link
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Show HN: Product Hunt for Music (tracklist.it)

Features daily/weekly track rotation and user submission options.

26 points by ewhicher 2 hours ago | 14 comments | Direct link
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Rye Language (ryelang.org)

Written in Go, includes a validation dialect and a spreadsheet datatype, handles code errors and failures differently, and has no nil, null, or none values.

34 points by emdashcomma on 2024-07-12 | 21 comments | Direct link
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Reverse-Engineering an IP Camera (2019) (dalpix.com)

Author's motivation due to functionality change and security concerns with new camera's P2P technology.

100 points by jnord 8 hours ago | 57 comments | Direct link
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Import and Export Markdown in Google Docs (workspaceupdates.googleblog.com)

Google Workspace team's updates and Google Cloud Community resources are mentioned

527 points by pentagrama 19 hours ago | 104 comments | Direct link
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Graunt and Statistics (www.delanceyplace.com)

Graunt's work was motivated by societal transition and possibly inspired market research and military manpower estimation.

7 points by Hooke 2 hours ago | No comments | Direct link
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Researchers build a solar-powered hovering drone that weighs only 9 mg (arstechnica.com)

Uses an electrostatic motor powered by a high-voltage converter, hovered over an hour, and generated milliwatt of power.

39 points by thunderbong 3 hours ago | 17 comments | Direct link
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Binary Search Tree with SIMD (clement-jean.github.io)

Algorithm uses parent-children triangles and popcount for SIMD searches, implemented in Go assembly for ARM64 with a demo and benchmarks.

5 points by ingve on 2024-07-12 | No comments | Direct link
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Show HN: Blitzping – A far faster nping/hping3 SYN-flood alternative with CIDR (github.com)

Benchmarks show higher packet rate and bandwidth usage than hping3 and nping.

16 points by VioletVillain on 2024-07-15 | 3 comments | Direct link
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How we sped up Notion in the browser with WASM SQLite (www.notion.so)

Gained 20% improvement in page navigation times, used OPFS, Web Workers, and SharedWorker, addressed cross-origin isolation, corruption, and concurrency issues.

165 points by jFriedensreich on 2024-07-12 | 59 comments | Direct link
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NSCopyObject, the griefer that keeps on griefing (wadetregaskis.com)

Explores issues caused by NSCopyObject and provides solutions for manual retain count handling in subclassing.

101 points by chmaynard yesterday | 30 comments | Direct link
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MASt3R – Matching and Stereo 3D Reconstruction (europe.naverlabs.com)

Model outperforms others in relocalization and MVS, crucial for autonomous navigation and AR/VR

18 points by smusamashah on 2024-07-12 | 4 comments | Direct link
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Mystery as 4k-year-old axe-heads sent to museum (www.bbc.com)

Sender's identity sought to verify find location and circumstances.

47 points by thunderbong yesterday | 63 comments | Direct link
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The Greatest Educational Life Hack: Learning Math Ahead of Time (www.justinmath.com)

Pre-learning math can lead to academic success, career advancements, and exposure to higher education opportunities.

222 points by harperlee 13 hours ago | 155 comments | Direct link
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Does generative AI facilitate investor trading? Evidence from ChatGPT outages (papers.ssrn.com)

Investors' reliance on GAI for trading news-related tasks linked to trading volume decline and price impact during outages.

79 points by anonu on 2024-07-14 | 66 comments | Direct link
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iDOS 3 App Review appeal rejected despite UTM PC Emulator Approval (litchie.com)

Apple rejected iDOS submission due to duplication and design spam, while UTM emulator was approved

7 points by tech234a one hour ago | 1 comment | Direct link
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Darwin Machines (vedgie.net)

Explains how Darwin Machines use competition of firing patterns in minicolumns of the brain to encode tendencies and solve problems

154 points by calepayson 23 hours ago | 77 comments | Direct link
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XLSTMTime: Long-Term Time Series Forecasting with xLSTM (arxiv.org)

describes a platform for collaborators to develop and share new features for arXiv

215 points by beefman yesterday | 50 comments | Direct link
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BBC Television Received in New York – November 1938 (archive.org)

Footage of BBC announcers and period drama survives from unique 1938 broadcast.

3 points by petethomas 59 minutes ago | No comments | Direct link
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Win your fantasy league using operations research (www.alexmolas.com)

Author's implementation details and league comparison results

139 points by alexmolas on 2024-07-15 | 48 comments | Direct link
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Signs of two gases in clouds of Venus could indicate life, scientists say (www.theguardian.com)

Study provides stronger evidence for phosphine and detects ammonia, both following Venus' day-night cycle.

10 points by racional 2 hours ago | 1 comment | Direct link
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Tom Lehrer and Santa Cruz: the trail of one of America's premier satirists (lookout.co)

Lehrer taught mathematics at UCSC and was known for his musical mathematics classes.

41 points by samclemens 7 hours ago | 18 comments | Direct link
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Optimizing a bignum library for fun (austinhenley.com)

Benchmarks showing 83% and 99% improvement in addition and multiplication, and mentions of further optimizations and features.

136 points by azhenley yesterday | 55 comments | Direct link
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Stop Microsoft users sending 'reactions' to email by adding a postfix header (neilzone.co.uk)

Author added 'x-ms-reactions: disallow' header to Postfix configuration to suppress email reactions

398 points by wasmitnetzen yesterday | 328 comments | Direct link
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Run CUDA, unmodified, on AMD GPUs (docs.scale-lang.com)

Utilizes Spectral Compute's toolkit, supports automated tests for open-source projects, and covers various GPU models

1263 points by Straw on 2024-07-15 | 386 comments | Direct link
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The golden age of scammers: AI-powered phishing (www.mailgun.com)

AI phishing's four pillars and IBM's 5/5 rule detailed

177 points by pwmtr 23 hours ago | 124 comments | Direct link
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Against choosing your political allegiances based on who is "pro-crypto" (vitalik.eth.limo)

Crypto movement's techno-libertarian ethos and importance of other tech freedoms stressed

58 points by bpierre 4 hours ago | 17 comments | Direct link
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Of Analog Signal Filtering (lcamtuf.substack.com)

Describes behavior of RC circuits as low-pass filters, cutoff frequency formula, and application to various input waveforms and higher-order filters.

46 points by zdw on 2024-07-12 | 19 comments | Direct link
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I am starting an AI+Education company (twitter.com)

Summary not available, redirects to unrelated content

867 points by bilsbie yesterday | 520 comments | Direct link
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Cloudflare reports almost 7% of internet traffic is malicious (www.zdnet.com)

Attacks tied to geopolitical events, rapid exploitation of vulnerabilities, surge in DDoS attacks, and widespread automated bot traffic contribute to increase in malicious internet traffic.

33 points by isaacfrond 9 hours ago | 9 comments | Direct link
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Stop Offering Me Amazon Gift Cards (www.trevoragilbert.com)

Highlights unethical practice, potential backfiring, and desperation signs

8 points by trevoragilbert one hour ago | 4 comments | Direct link
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Show HN: Boards – Automate document-heavy tasks (www.kili.so)

It supports various tasks like managing payments, tracking sales, handling shipments, onboarding employees, inventory management, and expense organization.

7 points by ntkris 6 hours ago | 2 comments | Direct link
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Inside an IBM/Motorola mainframe controller chip from 1981 (www.righto.com)

Article also covers mainframe's background, capacity, and IBM 3274 Control Unit's functions

127 points by todsacerdoti yesterday | 87 comments | Direct link
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Founder Gigs (foundergigs.com)

It also offers resources and highlights gig economy rise

17 points by bilsbie 2 hours ago | 1 comment | Direct link
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'Sensational' Proof Delivers New Insights into Prime Numbers (www.quantamagazine.org)

Cap set on number of exceptions of a specific type, focusing on zeros with real part of 3/4

35 points by pseudolus 22 hours ago | 3 comments | Direct link
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Making Elizabethan plays understandable and fun to read (elizabethandrama.org)

Website offers unique features and includes non-Shakespearean works.

85 points by lordleft yesterday | 149 comments | Direct link
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Httpwtf? (httptoolkit.com)

Explains detailed aspects of HTTP, such as caching, trailers, status codes, headers, and websockets.

7 points by fanf2 one hour ago | No comments | Direct link
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Butter made from CO2, not cows, tastes like 'the real thing', claims startup (www.theguardian.com)

Backed by Bill Gates, targets low carbon footprint, plans 2025 sales, also makes dairy-free ice-cream and cheese

18 points by Brajeshwar 6 hours ago | 16 comments | Direct link
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Introduction to Bash Scripting (github.com)

Includes advanced topics, resources, and real-life examples.

119 points by RafelMri 19 hours ago | 98 comments | Direct link
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OpenStreetMap's 20th Anniversary Celebration is August 9 (birthday20.openstreetmap.org)

Project started in 2004, data model and license details, regional organizations, and maintenance information

26 points by molly_radstowe 23 hours ago | No comments | Direct link
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