Hacker Newsletter - Hacker Newsletter #702

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Issue #702 // 2024-05-31 // View in your browser

#Favorites


Poppulo - Engage employees, inform customers and manage your workplace in one platform.
//poppulo.com sponsored

After 6 years, I'm over GraphQL
//bessey.dev comments

I sold TinyPilot, my first successful business
//mtlynch.io comments

Kino: Pro Video Camera
//lux.camera comments

2D Rigid Body Collision Resolution
//sassnow.ski comments

WP21
//ma.tt comments

Writing a Unix clone in about a month
//drewdevault.com comments

I love my wife. My wife is dead (1946)
//lettersofnote.com comments

Anonymous Source Shared Leaked Google Search API Documents
//sparktoro.com comments

Drone Flying 101 – An interactive tutorial for beginners
//fpvsim.com comments

How and why to make a /now page on your site
//sive.rs comments

Taking Risk
//tomblomfield.com comments

Reversing Choplifter
//blondihacks.com comments

Notepad Tab
//notepadtab.com comments

#Ask HN


What is your ChatGPT customization prompt?

What would you spend your time working on if you didn't need money?

What are your favourite websites that display a lot of data / tables?

#Show HN


TTE: Terminal Text Effects //chrisbuilds.github.io comments

ChatGPT UI for rabbit holes //delve.a9.io comments

I made a free app to calibrate your turntable by simply playing a song //grooved.okat.best comments

Openkoda – Open–source, private, Salesforce alternative //github.com comments

Slipshow – A presentation tool not based on slides //github.com comments

Email.ml – Minimalist Temporary Email //email.ml comments

I built a tiny-VPS friendly RSS aggregator and reader //github.com comments

#Code


API Shouldn't Redirect HTTP to HTTPS //jviide.iki.fi comments

Don't DRY Your Code Prematurely //testing.googleblog.com comments

FrankenPHP: Modern PHP App Server //frankenphp.dev comments

Zellij: A terminal workspace with batteries included //zellij.dev comments

Lapis: A Web Framework for Lua //leafo.net comments

#Data


Big data is dead //motherduck.com comments

DuckDB Doesn't Need Data to Be a Database //nikolasgoebel.com comments

Serverless Postgres //github.com comments

Eradicating N+1s: The Two-Phase Data Load and Render Pattern in Go //brandur.org comments

DHH on SQLite //highperformancesqlite.com comments

#Design


An Ode to Deluxe Paint //datagubbe.se comments

Old dogs, new CSS tricks //mxb.dev comments

I made a pixel art editor for Windows desktop //lightcube.art comments

Offline sketch to image geneartor in a whiteboard //drawing.pics comments

#Books


Operation CHARM: Car repair manuals for everyone //charm.li comments

I run a software book club //notes.eatonphil.com comments

Ask HN: Can anyone recommend a Windows Systems programming book? //news.ycombinator.com

Gone 10 years, World’s Biggest Bookstore still grips readers //thestar.com comments

Mastering Bitcoin 3rd Edition //github.com comments

#Working


Resume Tip: Hacking "AI" screening of resumes //solipsys.co.uk comments

Companies with return-to-office mandates face losing their most valuable workers //rte.ie comments

Doing is normally distributed, learning is log-normal //hiandrewquinn.github.io comments

Unexpected anti-patterns for engineering leaders //review.firstround.com comments

#Learn


How actors remember their lines //thereader.mitpress.mit.edu comments

To the brain, reading computer code is not the same as reading language //news.mit.edu comments

Images that Sound: Generating spectrograms that are also images //ificl.github.io comments

Rete algorithm //en.wikipedia.org comments

Lewis Carroll – computing the day of the week for any given date //futilitycloset.com comments

Why Are Sloths So Slow? //slothconservation.org comments

Japan's clothes-drying bathrooms //bloomberg.com comments

#Watching


AI headphones let wearer listen to a single person in a crowd by looking at them //washington.edu comments

Kernel developer write a USB driver in 3h for Apple Xserve front-panel //youtube.com comments

Launch from inside an Apollo capsule (restored in 4K/30 FPS) //youtube.com comments

Taking a 100-Year-Old Model T to a Ford Dealer for Service //youtube.com comments

#Startup News


Ex-OpenAI board member reveals what led to Sam Altman's brief ousting //businessinsider.com comments

Google releases smart watch for kids //store.google.com comments

Starlink's disruption of the space industry //thespacereview.com comments

Nvidia is about to pass Apple in market cap //reuters.com comments

#Fun


Donating forks to the dining hall //1.coc0o44.preview.ben.page comments

Qlock – A JavaScript Quine Clock //aem1k.com comments

Steve Jurvetson's personal collection of Apollo Lunar Module parts //flickr.com comments

A few small games not only for kids (made with my programming language) //easygames.online comments

Wiggleface: A silly game engine for my students //github.com comments

#Cutting Room Floor


Gordon Bell has died //arstechnica.com comments

ICQ will stop working from June 26 //icq.com comments

I got tired of hearing that YC fired Sam, so here's what actually happened //twitter.com comments

Priced out of home ownership //bbc.co.uk comments

Gov. Polis Signs Bill Mandating That Consumers Have Options to Fix Electronics //coloradotimesrecorder.com comments

Going Dark: The war on encryption is on the rise //mullvad.net comments

WinDirStat – Windows Directory Statistics //windirstat.net comments

The hikikomori in Asia: A life within four walls //cnn.com comments

Tmux is worse-is-better //hiandrewquinn.github.io comments

AI doppelgänger experiment – Part 1: The training //julienposture.substack.com comments

The Pen Hospital in Kolkata will nurse your broken fountain pen back //vogue.in comments

20 Years of Blogging on my own website //jeena.net comments

NASA Releases New High-Quality, Near Real-Time Air Quality Data //nasa.gov comments

Ask HN: What sites are similar to Hacker News? //news.ycombinator.com

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