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Zettlr – FOSS markdown editor for personal knowledge management and publishing

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Openstreetmap, a global map for worldwide insight

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Barclays Bank Using Internet Archive as CDN for JavaScript Files?

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Politically-correct witch-hunt is killing free speech

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Guietta – Python module to create simple GUIs
 

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Google-backed groups criticize Apple’s new warnings on user tracking

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Anti-algorithmic music: How Bandcamp is helping artists beat the odds

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EU safety agency suspends Pakistani airlines’ European authorisation

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Ask HN: After Slate Star Codex, where are the nuanced discussions?

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Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper in a new gigapixel image
 

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The BEAM Book (2017)

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Crooked to the Millimetre

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Tell HN: Airbnb now opts in your name and photo to data sharing

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Ten Lessons I Wish I Had Been Taught (1997) [pdf]

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Edge install undermines Microsoft’s argument that automatic updates are critical
 

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GPT-3 Creative Fiction

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Ask HN: Did you take any fresh MOOCs as of 2020?

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Drug overdoses are soaring during the coronavirus pandemic

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Org-roam: Emacs org file based personal knowledge base system

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Botswana: Lab tests to solve mystery of hundreds of dead elephants
 

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