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John Carmack pushes out unlocked OS for defunct Oculus Go headset

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Fed to ban policymakers from owning individual stocks

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Magit, the magical Git interface (2017)

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Police can’t demand you reveal your phone passcode then tell a jury you refused

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ConcernedApe’s Haunted Chocolatier
 

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The ’impossible’ crane shot from Soy Cuba (1964) [video]

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Ask HN: Best way to host a website for 500 years?

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How is bamboo lumber made? (2016)

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Mastodon: AGPLv3 FOSS social network server

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Half a million South Korean workers walk off jobs in general strike
 

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Facebook chooses profits over people

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PyTorch 1.10

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Major Linux Problems on the Desktop, 2021 edition

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We’re seeing an ongoing attack against our primary network provider
 

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Ask HN: Can Firefox be revived?

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Google takes two-to-four times as much as the fees charged by rival ad networks

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After the pandemic, we can’t go back to sleep (2020)

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Chilling Effects

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Banks, gangsters and the strange resurgence of cash
 

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