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Tell HN: I interviewed my dad before he died

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Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED

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Marc Andreessen says he’s for new housing, but records tell a different story

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Amazon to acquire maker of Roomba vacuum for roughly $1.7B
 

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My favorite iPhone feature was removed, long live its subpar replacement

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Apple warns suppliers to follow China rules on ’Taiwan’ labeling

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Lex Fridman Podcast #309 – John Carmack

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DreamWorks Animation to release MoonRay as open source

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Twitter says Musk’s spam analysis used tool that called his own account a bot
 

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Why Is the Web So Monotonous? Google

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Using grape harvest dates to estimate summer temperature over 650 years

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Show HN: Penumbra, a perceptually optimized color palette based on natural light

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C23 is finished: Here is what is on the menu

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Nix: Taming Unix with Functional Programming
 

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Microsoft Windows is prohibited at Gitlab

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Gitlab U-turns on deleting dormant projects after backlash

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Coral makes comeback on Great Barrier Reef

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All about QBasic and QuickBasic

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French scientist’s photo of ‘distant star’ was chorizo
 

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