I liberate the ending to Minecraft from Microsoft and give it to you — and You don't need live chat on your website

 
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I liberate the ending to Minecraft from Microsoft and give it to you

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You don’t need live chat on your website

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Everything SBF is doing is in singular pursuit of not going to jail

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Soil in Midwestern US is eroding 10 to 1k times faster than it forms

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Publicity Stunt Fallout
 

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PHP 8.2

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A Christmas tree bauble that plays Doom

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Codon: A high-performance Python-like compiler using LLVM

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TSMC founder Morris Chang says globalization and free trade ’almost dead’

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Fermilab/CERN recommendation for Linux distribution
 

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Ask HN: Are things getting more convenient but less satisfying?

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Show HN: Web search using a ChatGPT-like model that can cite its sources

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Ideas that changed my life

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What’s Great about Julia?

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The sad story of Heisenberg’s doctoral oral exam (1998)
 

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Effectivealtruism.org purchased a £15M estate for its headquarters in 2021

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CircleCI Layoffs

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5000x faster CRDTs: An adventure in optimization (2021)

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Intel is using DXVK for their Windows Arc GPU DX9 drivers

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Theranos exec Sunny Balwani sentenced to 13 years in prison
 

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