A search engine that favors text-heavy sites and punishes modern web design — and Sir Clive Sinclair has died

 
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A search engine that favors text-heavy sites and punishes modern web design

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Sir Clive Sinclair has died

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Please stop closing forums and moving people to Discord

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Atlassian fired me while I was taking care of my wife who is fighting cancer

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Lumber crash leads to ’blowout’ sales as prices crater
 

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Home Assistant – open-source home automation

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The ownership and future of Mullvad VPN

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The new warrant: how US police mine Google for your location and search history

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Every engineer should do a stint in consulting

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iOS on QEMU
 

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GM tells some Bolt owners to park 50 feet away from other cars

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Why Authorization Is Hard

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Facebook under fire over secret teen research

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Backpage founders get mistrial because US overplayed child sex trafficking claim

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The Perils of an .xyz Domain
 

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Lawmakers Ask Zuck to Drop ’Instagram for Kids’ Since App Made Kids Suicidal

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Donate to the Internet Archive

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Deno 1.14

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Sheriff’s Office Told Officer to Play Copyrighted Music to Shut Down Recordings

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Is America Inc getting less dynamic, less global and more monopolistic?
 

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