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Show HN: HiFiScan, a Python app to optimize your loudspeakers

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India is almost 80% IPv6

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Revamped German stellarator should run longer, hotter and compete with tokamaks

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The case for building something wonderful alone

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Living Like Nothing Matters
 

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