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Show HN: Static.wiki – read-only Wikipedia using a 43GB SQLite file

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Hosting SQLite Databases on GitHub Pages

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Faster CRDTs: An Adventure in Optimization

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The journey to controlling external monitors on M1 Macs

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Firefox lost 50M users since 2019
 

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Daniel Hale Receives 45-Month Sentence for Releasing Drone Documents

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Medals at Tokyo olympics are recycled from discarded electronic equipment

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Past Performance is Not Indicative of Future Results (2020)

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Tell HN: Consider listing your contact details

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Sorbet Compiler: An experimental, ahead-of-time compiler for Ruby
 

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The recycling myth: A plastic waste solution littered with failure

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FBI probe: nitrate amount in Beirut blast was a fraction of original shipment

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PM orders internet blocked for anyone spreading info that might frighten people

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Safari extension rejected because developer not “reputable”

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Show HN: Micro HTTP server in 22 lines of C
 

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Employee shortages: Where have all the workers gone?

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“Safari’s buggy” is valid criticism, “Safari’s behind Chrome in features” is not

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strcpy: A niche function you don’t need

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I Am Parting with My Crypto Library

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Build Your Own Metal Working Shop from Scrap (2011)
 

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