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Japanese have been producing wood for 700 years without cutting down trees

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Dwarf Fortress – randomly generated, persistent fantasy world

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An interactive guide to Flexbox
 

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Show HN: I made a pretty relaxing puzzle game

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WikiLeaks is struggling to stay online as millions of documents disappear

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Writing by hand is still the best way to retain information

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Chief scientist of major corporation can’t handle criticism of the work he hypes

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Help seed Z-Library on IPFS
 

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2D Rubik’s Cube solution visualization

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Using Rust at a startup: A cautionary tale

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Valve Introduces Proton Next

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Voice assistants are not doing it for big tech

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“Invalid Username or Password”: a useless security measure (2014)
 

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Decades of air pollution undermine the immune system

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RimWorld: A sci fi colony SIM driven by an intelligent AI storyteller

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Emacs: Feature/tree-sitter merged into master

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The Twitter Advertiser Exodus

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Gratitude is a secret weapon for attracting more opportunities
 

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