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Ask HN: YouTube Channels for the Intellectually Curious

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Two weeks in, the Webb Space Telescope is reshaping astronomy

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Finishing what you start makes teams more productive and predictable

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The GNU Name System

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The Case for C# and .NET
 

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Datadog dashboard for the Texas power grid

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It’s time to leave the leap second in the past

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Why are McDonald’s Self Service Kiosks so hackable?

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The Identity of Kim Il Sung (1949) [pdf]

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Faked Beta-Amyloid Data. What Does It Mean?
 

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Cinema’s greatest scene: ‘Casablanca’ and ‘La Marseillaise’ (2015)

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Mechanics invent an axle that can achieve steering angles of up to 80 degrees

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I remember feeling derisive about marketing as a young techie

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The Global Cost of Corrosion

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Considering Sourcehut
 

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Arguing from compassion (2021)

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Google Launches Carbon, an Experimental Replacement for C++

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Ask HN: I’m in a rut. How did you get out of yours?

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An Economy of Overfed Middlemen

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Diet and its effects on the gut biome in the pathophysiology of mental disorders
 

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