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Tell HN: A disabled 40-year-old person founded a startup and makes a living

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The PS5 Has Been Jailbroken

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Postgres WASM

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Apple’s ad business set to boom on the back of its own anti-tracking crackdown

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Maigret: Collect a dossier on a person by username from thousands of sites
 

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Linux Kernel 6.0

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A near-disaster at a nuclear weapons lab takes toll on America’s arsenal (2017)

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PayPal’s updated acceptable use policy [pdf]

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Feel the power of the Manifest v3

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First make the change easy, then make the easy change (2021)
 

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Show HN: I finished v5 of a JVM framework I’ve spent spent half a decade making

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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (October 2022)

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Cool HTML elements nobody uses

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UK power station owner cuts down primary forests in Canada

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New Pegasus spyware abuses identified in Mexico
 

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The Fundamentals of Control Theory

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How a razor blade can be damaged as it cuts human hair (2020)

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You can’t buy a Raspberry Pi right now

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Google’s “million’s of search results” are not being served

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SEC charges Kim Kardashian for unlawfully touting crypto security
 

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