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The Alexander: Why did you build such a long piano?

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Google Drive bans distribution of “misleading content”

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Intel in talks to buy GlobalFoundries for about $30B

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Open Insulin Foundation

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Hubble telescope has new lease on life after computer swap appears to fix glitch
 

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The case for banning non-competes

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Illinois first state to tell police they can’t lie to minors in interrogations

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Remote code execution in cdnjs of Cloudflare

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Why we’re blind to the color blue

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My take on the study from MIT that predicts “societal collapse”
 

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Mitmproxy 7.0

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It’s been three years. Stop saying your European visitors are important to you

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Walmart releases more affordable analog insulin

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Show HN: I made an interactive anti-procrastination video course

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Greenland suspends oil exploration because of climate change
 

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Hooking Candiru: Another mercenary spyware vendor comes into focus

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Online ID / age verification: the death of online search

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Classified Challenger tank specs leaked online for videogame

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New generation artificial heart implanted in patient

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Tesla’s new patent involves using table salt to mine lithium
 

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