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Vite – Next Generation Front End Tooling

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They’re made out of meat (1991)

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Documents reveal McKinsey’s role increasing opioid sales until 2019

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Watching an acquirer ruin your company

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WeatherKit
 

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40% of Google users now connect via IPv6

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It’s quite hard to lose a Duolingo streak

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AWS Nuke – delete all resources associated with AWS account

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How to build a chess engine

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The Windows malloc() implementation from MSVCRT is slow
 

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Operation Gunman – how the Soviets bugged IBM typewriters (2015)

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Ask HN: I’m 41 and still unmarried – what should I do?

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Norwegian Meteorological Institute has an excellent free weather API

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Git from the Inside Out

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Why does iron deficiency cause fatigue, even in the absence of anemia?
 

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GitHub Code Search (Preview)

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The End of CI

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Asset-Level Transition Risk in the Global Coal, Oil, and Gas Supply Chains

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What happened when the rich stopped intermarrying in Britain

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Visualizing quantum mechanics in an interactive simulation
 

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