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Fred Brooks has died

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Twitter to employees: all office buildings closed, badge access suspended

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Tailscale Funnel

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Red meat is not a health risk. New study slams years of shoddy research

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The leap second’s time is up: world votes to stop pausing clocks
 

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Exec who cleaned up Enron calls FTX mess ’unprecedented’

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“Judas goats” were once key players in meatpacking plants

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The FBI alleges TikTok poses national security concerns

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If you (still) work at Twitter and you can code, head to the HQ now
 

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Show HN: I am building a new Python library to read/write PDF files

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Is 40 hours a week too much?

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Rust in the 6.2 kernel

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Map of the observable universe

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Twitter in chaos as employees accept Musk’s invitation to quit their jobs
 

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Hardening unused (sub)domains

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Ask HN: Why do some people not communicate clearly?

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Improving code review time

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Researchers quietly cracked Zeppelin ransomware keys

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99Wh Battery Linux Laptop
 

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