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Free Postgres databases for small projects

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FalsiScan: Make it look like a PDF has been hand signed and scanned

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Open-Sourcing our Firmware

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Roblox October Outage Postmortem

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Cannabis use produces persistent cognitive impairments: meta review
 

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UK is spending £500k on a PR campaign demonising end-to-end encryption

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The Windows 11 taskbar is an annoying step backward

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Intel’s $20B Ohio factory could become world’s largest chip plant

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Danish government makes its new economic model open source

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Google Camera randomly changes some QR code URLs on Android 12
 

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WebAssembly: The New Kubernetes?

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American Airlines and The Points Guy are suing each other

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Sir David Cox has died

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70% of startups offer remote work options as hiring heats up, YC data shows

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International Linguistics Olympiad – Sample Problems
 

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How we bootstrapped our SaaS to $1M ARR

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Tell HN: A Conversation Needs to Be Had over Subscription Software

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Former Labor Secretary Found What Work Is Like Now

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Starlink satellites hindering detection of near-Earth asteroids, study finds

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Covid-19 vaccines and treatments: we must have raw data, now
 

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