EVGA terminates Nvidia partnership [video] — and Cppfront, Herb Sutter's proposal for a new C++ syntax

 
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EVGA terminates Nvidia partnership [video]

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Cppfront, Herb Sutter’s proposal for a new C++ syntax

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The absurdity of Europe burning wood for energy

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FogBugz new owners attempting to auto-upgrade all free plans to paid

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Introduction to Algorithms (2020)
 

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U.S. appeals court rejects big tech’s right to regulate online speech

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FTC to crack down on companies taking advantage of gig workers

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Saul Kripke has died

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Super apps are proliferating across emerging markets

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Soft White Underbelly demonetized by YouTube [video]
 

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Mouse embryo with brain and beating heart created from stem cells

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Blocking web fonts for speed and privacy (2016)

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Charl-e: “Stable Diffusion on your Mac in 1 click”

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How to run an event that doesn’t suck

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Flashbots
 

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“The Suck” (Learning Anything by Writing It Out by Hand)

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TinyBase v2.0: reactive data store for local-first apps

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Galileo Project now fully funded for expedition to study an interstellar meteor

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SurrealDB: Distributed document-graph database for the realtime web

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The Sounds of CDMX
 

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