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Zotero: Free, easy-to-use tool to collect, organize, cite, and share research

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The Demise of Scientific American

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“Fast Kernel Headers” Tree -v1: Eliminate the Linux Kernel’s “Dependency Hell”

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Loving Someone with Depression

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Search engines and SEO spam
 

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Summary of Atomic Habits

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An Algorithm for Passing Programming Interviews (2020)

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2.3k Patch Would Improve Linux Build Times 50~80% & Fix “Dependency Hell”

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You don’t need that CORS request

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Vanta.js: Animated 3D backgrounds for websites
 

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Speaking Freely: Why I resigned from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

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Using a mild Twitter addiction to get things done

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Ask HN: Why is today’s Internet experience so user hostile?

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Hacking a VW Golf Power Steering ECU

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Dura is a background process that watches your Git repositories
 

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Compiling a Go program into a native binary for Nintendo Switch

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Things I Won’t Work With: Dioxygen Difluoride (2010)

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Healthy soil is key to feeding the world

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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (January 2022)

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Evidence for a mouse origin of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant
 

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