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Bubbles

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FTX faces potential hack, sees mysterious outflows totaling more than $600M

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What if regular exercise is the best cognitive exercise?

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Each visit to the page deteriorates the main image

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Show HN: Wa-tunnel – HTTP Tunneling through Whatsapp
 

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Do not rug on me: Zero-dimensional Scam Detection

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AWS IAM Roles, a tale of unnecessary complexity

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Size is the best predictor of code quality (2011)

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Why are U.S. transit projects so costly? This group is on the case
 

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FTX investor Sequoia removed its glowing profile of Sam Bankman-Fried

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Gzip exceptions, but only on hot or rainy days

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Notmuch – Just an email system

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In Praise of Plan 9

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Internet Archive launches Mastodon server at archive.org
 

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You Can Forget About Crypto Now

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The NetHack Learning Environment

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U.S. seeks 15 years for Elizabeth Holmes over Theranos fraud

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ZFSBootMenu – A boot loader to manage ZFS boot environments for Linux

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Symbian OS Kernel (2010)
 

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