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Hacker News (2018)

  1. Back to the Future of Handwriting Recognition

    139 points • comment • jun 11, 2018

  2. Coinbase Multiple Charges

    139 points • comment • feb 15, 2018

  3. PG&E falsified gas pipeline records for years after deadly explosion

    139 points • comment • dec 15, 2018

  4. Age of Empires 2 Scenario Editor Is Turing Complete

    139 points • comment • feb 15, 2018

  5. Tattoo Ink Nanoparticles Persist in Lymph Nodes (2017)

    139 points • comment • jul 22, 2018

  6. How Europeans evolved white skin (2015)

    139 points • comment • mar 17, 2018

  7. Show HN: Makesite – A static site generator in 125 lines of Python

    139 points • comment • mar 17, 2018

  8. How to avoid humiliating newcomers: A guide for advanced developers

    139 points • comment • mar 16, 2018

  9. Hi, I’d Like to Add Myself to the New Yorker (2016)

    139 points • comment • may 03, 2018

  10. Google announces major expansion in New York City

    139 points • comment • dec 17, 2018

  11. You need 16 times the sample size to estimate an interaction than a main effect

    139 points • comment • mar 16, 2018

  12. F-35 Program Cutting Corners to “Complete” Development

    139 points • comment • aug 30, 2018

  13. India’s banking system is flirting with a Lehman moment

    139 points • comment • nov 10, 2018

  14. Advanced Denanonymization through Strava

    139 points • comment • jan 30, 2018

  15. How much bandwidth does the L2 have to give, anyway?

    139 points • comment • nov 20, 2018

  16. Cytoscape.js – Graph theory / network library for analysis and visualisation

    139 points • comment • nov 25, 2018

  17. Cosmos is an operating system “construction kit”

    139 points • comment • apr 15, 2018

  18. Archive of Operating Systems

    139 points • comment • may 15, 2018

  19. 1960s Kodachrome photos of London’s East End

    139 points • comment • feb 12, 2018

  20. What are you waiting for?

    139 points • comment • dec 01, 2018

  21. Practical Common Lisp (2009)

    139 points • comment • jul 30, 2018

  22. One take on working in some of the major tech companies

    139 points • comment • mar 11, 2018

  23. Managed Redis on Google Cloud Platform

    139 points • comment • apr 26, 2018

  24. Kubernetes 1.12

    139 points • comment • sep 28, 2018

  25. Type inference

    139 points • comment • nov 15, 2018

  26. Code to joy: learning to code in middle age

    139 points • comment • may 23, 2018

  27. Serverless Best Practices

    139 points • comment • sep 02, 2018

  28. Tesla Q1 2018 Vehicle Production and Deliveries

    139 points • comment • apr 03, 2018

  29. China’s Payment Apps Give U.S. Bankers Nightmares

    139 points • comment • may 23, 2018

  30. How Tokyo built its way to abundant housing

    139 points • comment • mar 29, 2018

  31. The short history of the “about:” URL (2013)

    139 points • comment • aug 19, 2018

  32. Show HN: Auditus – Ebook to Audiobook Conversion

    139 points • comment • mar 31, 2018

  33. Breaking LTE on Layer Two

    139 points • comment • jun 29, 2018

  34. Ask HN: Does Shareware still work in 2018?

    139 points • comment • nov 15, 2018

  35. Competition Is Dying, and Taking Capitalism with It?

    139 points • comment • nov 29, 2018

  36. The Triple Jeopardy of a Chinese Math Prodigy

    139 points • comment • nov 21, 2018

  37. DigitalOcean’s quarterly report on developer trends in the cloud

    139 points • comment • jul 09, 2018

  38. Show HN: Quickly build a production ready image classifier from your images

    139 points • comment • mar 03, 2018

  39. Happy Birthday, GNU: Why I still love GNU 35 years later

    139 points • comment • sep 27, 2018

  40. Introducing Azure DevOps

    139 points • comment • sep 10, 2018

  41. Nocode: The best way to write secure and reliable applications

    139 points • comment • feb 07, 2018

  42. Techniques for vertical storytelling

    139 points • comment • jun 22, 2018

  43. “We didn't chase the fad of using every Intel CPU feature”

    139 points • comment • may 13, 2018

  44. Green tea supplements ruined my liver

    139 points • comment • oct 25, 2018

  45. Against the Current: What We Learned from Eve

    139 points • comment • nov 08, 2018

  46. Interpreting a market plunge

    139 points • comment • feb 06, 2018

  47. WrkRiot CEO Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Employees

    139 points • comment • feb 06, 2018

  48. A GTK+ 3 update

    139 points • comment • jun 24, 2018

  49. Automatic Differentiation with Julia

    139 points • comment • oct 23, 2018

  50. Talks I have given

    139 points • comment • feb 04, 2018

  51. Diamonds Are Bullshit

    139 points • comment • may 30, 2018

  52. What are we going to do with quantum computers?

    139 points • comment • feb 25, 2018

  53. Big Bang telescope finale marks end of an era in cosmology

    139 points • comment • jul 24, 2018

  54. A polymer made from waste cooking oil and sulphur can clean up crude oil spills

    139 points • comment • apr 19, 2018

  55. Y Combinator, Backer of Dropbox, Vaults from Experiment to Kingmaker

    139 points • comment • apr 14, 2018

  56. Supply Chain Security Is the Whole Enchilada, but Who’s Willing to Pay for It?

    139 points • comment • oct 06, 2018

  57. Apple Is Planning a New Low-Cost MacBook, Pro-Focused Mac Mini

    139 points • comment • aug 20, 2018

  58. Eugene Shoemaker Is Still the Only Man Buried on the Moon

    139 points • comment • oct 24, 2018

  59. gRPC-Go Engineering Practices

    139 points • comment • jan 25, 2018

  60. VSCode silently opts you in to data collection

    139 points • comment • oct 13, 2018

  61. DNA linked to Golden State Killer arrest came from a genealogy website

    139 points • comment • apr 26, 2018

  62. France might be losing its first big information war

    139 points • comment • dec 06, 2018

  63. Amazon is selling stolen art, fake products and is infringing copyrights

    139 points • comment • dec 28, 2018

  64. The Ant Design Christmas Egg That Went Wrong

    139 points • comment • dec 25, 2018

  65. Pebble founder Eric Migicovsky has joined Y Combinator as a partner

    139 points • comment • feb 20, 2018

  66. Who and what is Coinhive?

    139 points • comment • mar 26, 2018

  67. ‘Moderate’ drinking guidelines are too loose, study says

    139 points • comment • apr 14, 2018

  68. Proof That iOS Still Hasn’t Gotten Undo Right

    139 points • comment • dec 06, 2018

  69. Greyston Bakery hires on a first-come, first-served basis, no questions asked

    139 points • comment • aug 20, 2018

  70. A group of techies is using data skills to alter Seattle's housing affordability

    139 points • comment • apr 27, 2018

  71. Remembering When Only Barbarians Drank Milk

    139 points • comment • jun 02, 2018

  72. I was told I would become quadriplegic

    139 points • comment • sep 03, 2018

  73. Tokyo to build 350m tower made of wood

    139 points • comment • feb 17, 2018

  74. Faster – A key-value store for large state management

    139 points • comment • jun 08, 2018

  75. Two in Three Americans Now Support Legalizing Marijuana

    139 points • comment • oct 22, 2018

  76. Show HN: SkillUpper – practice coding interview questions step-by-step

    139 points • comment • nov 19, 2018

  77. YC Startup School Library

    138 points • comment • jul 20, 2018

  78. JavaScript Getter-Setter Pyramid

    138 points • comment • dec 19, 2018

  79. Reddit's redesign increases power usage of user's devices

    138 points • comment • may 16, 2018

  80. Apple self-driving car in accident: California DMV filing

    138 points • comment • aug 31, 2018

  81. It’s Amazon’s Swamp Now

    138 points • comment • aug 13, 2018

  82. Ask HN: Is a blog clever marketing or just a waste of time?

    138 points • comment • mar 17, 2018

  83. Population Mountains

    138 points • comment • dec 11, 2018

  84. Why There Are So Many Thai Restaurants in America

    138 points • comment • aug 15, 2018

  85. Forrest Mims, Radio Shack, and the Notebooks That Launched a Thousand Careers

    138 points • comment • dec 11, 2018

  86. Ten Years of Vim

    138 points • comment • may 20, 2018

  87. Power Laws and Rich-Get-Richer Phenomena (2010) [pdf]

    138 points • comment • may 31, 2018

  88. Advantages of Using R Notebooks Instead of Jupyter Notebooks (2017)

    138 points • comment • oct 31, 2018

  89. Some Techies Are Shunning Silicon Valley for the Japanese Dream

    138 points • comment • aug 23, 2018

  90. Netflix will now interrupt series binges with video ads for its other series

    138 points • comment • aug 19, 2018

  91. PostGIS 2.5.0 released

    138 points • comment • sep 24, 2018

  92. Intel won’t release Spectre patches for some older chips after all

    138 points • comment • apr 03, 2018

  93. Show HN: Podflix – Like Netflix for Podcasts

    138 points • comment • sep 24, 2018

  94. Redshift – A better flux program for Linux (2014)

    138 points • comment • aug 11, 2018

  95. Reptile: A Scalable Meta-Learning Algorithm

    138 points • comment • mar 11, 2018

  96. The History of the Philips CD-I, Failed PlayStation Ancestor

    138 points • comment • may 23, 2018

  97. Leslie Lamport Tells Mathematicians How to Write Proofs (2014)

    138 points • comment • jun 30, 2018

  98. HiFive1 – Arduino RISC-V Dev Board

    138 points • comment • nov 02, 2018

  99. Mozilla’s Servo Team Joining Mixed Reality

    138 points • comment • mar 09, 2018

  100. Don't let Google take over Berlin

    138 points • comment • may 13, 2018