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posted on Mon Aug 22 13:00:32 UTC 2022 by todsacerdoti | view on HN
Apple is expanding its Self Service Repair program to Mac notebooks with the M1 family of chips, providing repair manuals and genuine Apple parts and tools through the Apple Self Service Repair Store.
posted on Mon Aug 22 13:41:04 UTC 2022 by eyeball | view on HN
The article discusses the author's thoughts on Snowflake's quarterly financial statements and how the product is so well loved that they could stop adding new customers and still get double-digit revenue growth.
posted on Mon Aug 22 16:26:20 UTC 2022 by philip1209 | view on HN
The article discusses the physiological effects that drinking alcohol has on the brain and body at different levels of consumption and over time.
posted on Mon Aug 22 16:18:24 UTC 2022 by PaulHoule | view on HN
The article discusses Abilene Christian University's application for a construction license for a molten salt research reactor, which would be used for on-campus nuclear research and training opportunities for faculty, staff and students in advanced nuclear technologies.
posted on Mon Aug 22 14:04:15 UTC 2022 by stefan_ | view on HN
The article discusses how the game Neverball can be played on a Mac using Mesa's OpenGL driver and Apple's proprietary kernel driver, but notes that there are some catches.
posted on Mon Aug 22 13:45:53 UTC 2022 by ellenhp | view on HN
The Headway Project is a web app that is easy to set up for yourself or your friends that does not need to send your location data to anyone you don't trust.
posted on Mon Aug 22 14:54:02 UTC 2022 by agomez314 | view on HN
The article tells the story of Vint Cerf, one of the fathers of the Internet, and his contributions to shaping the Internet’s architecture.
posted on Mon Aug 22 12:44:26 UTC 2022 by nerdyadventurer | view on HN
SurrealDB is a database created specifically for serverless applications that offers in-built permissions, easy-to-write SQL statements, and support for SSL/TLS, Single-Sign-On, external 3rd party authentication, JWT token based authentication, and custom business authentication logic.
posted on Mon Aug 22 08:47:21 UTC 2022 by sleepy_keita | view on HN
The article is about how to build a pulse transformer for safety when experimenting with Raspberry Pi Pico equipment.
posted on Mon Aug 22 16:32:27 UTC 2022 by mrayushsoni | view on HN
The article is about a website that ranks the top successful companies of the world.
posted on Mon Aug 22 06:08:54 UTC 2022 by 7tech | view on HN
posted on Mon Aug 22 10:35:38 UTC 2022 by zimmerfrei | view on HN
The article tells the reader where to find a list of Google services IP addresses.
posted on Mon Aug 22 08:12:28 UTC 2022 by detaro | view on HN
This article is about a vulnerability in the CrowdStrike Falcon Sensor that allows an attacker with administrative privileges to bypass the Falcon Agent Uninstall Protection feature, and the ridiculous disclosure process the researchers had to go through with CrowdStrike.
posted on Mon Aug 22 14:26:01 UTC 2022 by throwaway874839 | view on HN
The article is about the "Want to Listen" feature on the website ListenBrainz, which allows users to track and organize releases they want to listen to.
posted on Mon Aug 22 10:43:53 UTC 2022 by danso | view on HN
The article discusses how the Environmental Protection Agency has a model that reveals increased cancer risk in communities all over the country, but the agency does little to stop the toxic air emissions that are causing the increased risk.
posted on Mon Aug 22 12:55:44 UTC 2022 by Tomte | view on HN
The article is a list of 25 things that the author has learned from experience in the operations field.
posted on Mon Aug 22 12:21:35 UTC 2022 by modinfo | view on HN
The mnm project is a new Internet protocol combining elements of email and the web that offers a simple, reliable, free, secure, decentralized method for messaging & correspondence & notification.
posted on Mon Aug 22 14:41:19 UTC 2022 by msoad | view on HN
posted on Sat Aug 20 21:37:26 UTC 2022 by brudgers | view on HN
posted on Mon Aug 22 12:05:48 UTC 2022 by PretzelFisch | view on HN
This article is about how smart TVs are not as great as they seem because they are constantly collecting data about users in order to show them more personalized ads.
posted on Mon Aug 22 08:39:32 UTC 2022 by signa11 | view on HN
This is a series of posts about QEMU internals which covers topics such as creating a new machine, controlling memory regions, creating a new device, interrupts controller, timers, PCI controller, PCI devices, options, execution loop, breakpoints handling, VM running states, TCG internals, snapshots, and the official code and documentation.
posted on Mon Aug 22 13:10:48 UTC 2022 by haskellandchill | view on HN
posted on Mon Aug 22 16:46:46 UTC 2022 by cpeterso | view on HN
The article discusses how Netflix's in-house produced television shows and movies tend to all have the same look and feel, which can be distracting.
posted on Mon Aug 22 15:56:09 UTC 2022 by koya_nowala | view on HN
posted on Mon Aug 22 12:14:32 UTC 2022 by Levminer | view on HN
The article compares the Electron and Tauri frameworks using the Authme app, discussing differences in bundle size, startup time, performance, app backend, and rendering.
posted on Mon Aug 22 02:44:53 UTC 2022 by jamestweed | view on HN
The article is about the Olympus Pen ee3, a camera from 1973 that is all automatic and doesn't require batteries.
posted on Mon Aug 22 10:41:30 UTC 2022 by sjuut | view on HN
posted on Mon Aug 22 15:40:08 UTC 2022 by Tomte | view on HN
The article is about a man who decides to get a new computer, but then cancels the order and decides to make do with his old one after realizing he doesn't really need it.
posted on Wed Aug 17 18:25:11 UTC 2022 by yamrzou | view on HN
The article discusses the increase in use of antidepressants, especially among women, during the pandemic.
posted on Mon Aug 22 04:10:52 UTC 2022 by robin_reala | view on HN
The article discusses how 3D engines typically organize their objects using matrix transforms, but points out that this is insufficient as a general case and introduces the idea of using any shader function to operate on positions.