Quiet Hacker News

  1. NFTs Are a Dangerous Trap (seths.blog)
  2. Divorce rate cut in half for couples who discussed relationship movies (2014) (rochester.edu)
  3. The Ergodicity Problem in Economics (nature.com)
  4. Dolt is Git for Data: a SQL database that you can fork, clone, branch, merge (github.com)
  5. ISO Standard for Preparing Tea (en.wikipedia.org)
  6. Procrastination is flight, deadline is fight, freeze is staring at the screen (pmigdal.medium.com)
  7. Impraise (YC S14) Hiring Senior Product Designer (impraise.recruitee.com)
  8. Nodes.io – A new way to create with code (nodes.io)
  9. Animated Engines (animatedengines.com)
  10. Don’t use 7-segment displays (2011) [pdf] (harold.thimbleby.net)
  11. Transplant an organ? Why not an entire body? (washingtonpost.com)
  12. FFMPEG from Zero to Hero (ffmpegfromzerotohero.com)
  13. 507 Mechanical Movements (1868) (507movements.com)
  14. Do Digital Platforms Reduce Moral Hazard? The Case of Uber and Taxis (pubsonline.informs.org)
  15. Cactus Comments: Federated web comments based on Matrix protocol (cactus.chat)
  16. The fastest random-number generator ever built (nature.com)
  17. YouTuber Builds Working 3D-Printed Turbojet Engine and Tests It in His Attic (thedrive.com)
  18. WordStar: A Writer's Word Processor (1996) (sfwriter.com)
  19. The moving sofa problem (2016) (math.ucdavis.edu)
  20. Build Your Machine Today (vention.io)
  21. Citus 10 brings columnar compression to Postgres (citusdata.com)
  22. The Math Behind Project Scheduling, Bug Tracking, and Triage (2017) (apenwarr.ca)
  23. Reality Is Perplexing Enough: An Interview with Jorge Luis Borges (1968) (commonwealmagazine.org)
  24. Functioning iPhone returned to owner after six months at bottom of lake (cbc.ca)
  25. Justified Variables: Words of the same length with related meanings (github.com)
  26. The bizarre beasts living in Romania's poison cave (2015) (bbc.co.uk)
  27. Bay Area drug kingpins lured low-level dealers, promising cheap rent (2020) (eastbaytimes.com)
  28. Download the Entire Wikimedia Database (dumps.wikimedia.org)
  29. Standard Ruby 1.0 (blog.testdouble.com)
  30. The Design Is the Implementation (danshumway.com)


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