Meta lays off 11,000 people — My full statement regarding DOOM Eternal — and Let’s build a container runtime using only the chroot system call

 
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Meta lays off 11,000 people

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My full statement regarding DOOM Eternal

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Let’s build a container runtime using only the chroot system call

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Why is Rosetta 2 fast?

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Writing down what I do in Obsidian

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Why are glasses so expensive? The industry prefers to keep that blurry (2019)

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Idiot Proof Git

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Antitrust lawsuit says Apple and Amazon colluded to raise iPhone, iPad prices

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Thunderbird Supernova Preview: The New Calendar Design
 

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Tell HN: Duty of care

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Recreating sci-fi terminals using VHS

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My DIY ergonomic travel workstation with aluminum and magnets

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In the 1990s a piece of Germany’s air traffic control software ran on Emacs

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Redfin cuts 13% of staff, shuts down home-flipping business
 

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Mark Zuckerberg confirms broad layoffs to begin at Meta

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So long and thanks for all the bits

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TikTok’s greatest asset isn’t its algorithm, it’s your phone

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Russia to Withdraw Troops from Kherson

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AI and the Future of Pixel Art
 

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