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Tesla.com/.gitignore

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Show HN: Using stylometry to find HN users with alternate accounts

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The Need to Read

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I/O is no longer the bottleneck

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Act: Run your GitHub Actions locally
 

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German privacy watchdogs conclude that Microsoft 365 is incompatible with GDPR

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Fantasy Jodorowsky Tron visualisations

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The Impossible Port: MacOS

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Choosing Nim out of a crowded market for systems programming languages

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AI Art Panic
 

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Nostr is a stupid simple P2P protocol that works, built by builders

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WhatsApp data leak: 500M user records for sale

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New two-factor authenticator: Commodore 64

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Gifaanisqatsi: A Random Koyaanisqatsi Generator

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U.S. bans equipment from Huawei and ZTE, citing national security concerns
 

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Paredit 25 released, after 8 years

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Anti-War Speech Sent Eugene V. Debs to Prison, 1918

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The Voyage of Life

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The Citroen Ami – tiny electric car with no boot, 28mph top speed, 46 mile range

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Show HN: Open-Source Page Block Builder with Remix and Tailwind CSS
 

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