The curious case of the Raspberry Pi in the network closet (2019) — and €2.6M spent for a book at auction, believed they would own the IP

 
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The curious case of the Raspberry Pi in the network closet (2019)

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€2.6M spent for a book at auction, believed they would own the IP

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An anatomy of Bitcoin price manipulation

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Why isn’t there a universal data format for résumés?

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Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work
 

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Your app is not compliant with Google Play Policies: A story from hell

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The Color of Infinite Temperature

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APKTool: A tool for reverse engineering Android APK files

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Hello Mac OS X Tiger

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I Have a Dream (1963)
 

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Netflix’s Prices Are Rising Faster Than Cable

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Graphviz: Open-source graph visualization software

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Effortless personal productivity (or how I learned to love my monkey mind)

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Show HN: My 486 Server

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Window System X (1984)
 

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Mozilla’s Firefox Relay to be added to disposable-email-domains blacklist

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Faker.js is now a community controlled project

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A fuel spill from the U.S. Navy poisons the water of thousands in Hawaiʻi

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Real-world stories of how we’ve compromised CI/CD pipelines

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Failing to Learn Zig via Advent of Code
 

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