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Fissure: The RF and Reverse Engineering Framework for Everyone
posted on Sun Aug 28 14:43:01 UTC 2022 by 04rob | view on HN
FISSURE is an open-source RF and reverse engineering framework designed for all skill levels with hooks for signal detection and classification, protocol discovery, attack execution, IQ manipulation, vulnerability analysis, automation, and AI/ML.
JSON Visio – Visualize JSON data into graphs
posted on Sun Aug 28 09:03:51 UTC 2022 by iCutMoon | view on HN
Ask HN: I want to be an expert in many things but my lifetime won't be enough
posted on Sun Aug 28 14:10:35 UTC 2022 by kbns | view on HN
Weird monitor bugs people sent me in the last 5 years
posted on Sun Aug 28 16:31:40 UTC 2022 by alin23 | view on HN
The article discusses how people who have two identical monitors often experience a bug where the monitors get swapped by the OS after standby or restart, and provides a workaround for the problem.
Common Lisp Wiki: Naming Conventions
posted on Sun Aug 28 14:48:37 UTC 2022 by susam | view on HN
The article explains the various suffixes and prefixes that are used for function names in Common Lisp.
Ask HN: How much info should founders share with early stage employees?
posted on Sat Aug 27 06:15:24 UTC 2022 by prndqs | view on HN
Why are D-sharp and E-flat considered to be two different notes?
posted on Sun Aug 28 06:19:12 UTC 2022 by tobr | view on HN
This article discusses the history of black keys on the piano and why they are named differently.
30TB Portable SSD Hits Walmart for $39 but Stay Away from It
posted on Sun Aug 28 13:51:02 UTC 2022 by wslh | view on HN
The article is discussing how a portable SSD that is being sold for a very cheap price is most likely a scam.
Upscayl – Free and Open Source AI Image Upscaler for Linux, macOS and Windows
posted on Sun Aug 28 14:42:25 UTC 2022 by stoicjumbotron | view on HN
Upscayl is a cross-platform application that upscales images using the Real-ESRGAN model.
Dr. Chaos – A structured fuzzing framework in Nim
posted on Sun Aug 28 12:38:31 UTC 2022 by planetis | view on HN
defaultMutator (myTarget, mutate = myMutator) proc myMutator (x: var seq [ byte ]; r: var Rand ) = var data = uncompress (x) # Mutate `data` x = compress (data) The article discusses a fuzzing framework called Dr. Chaos that is written in Nim and can be used to test programs written in C/C++/Obj-C.
Show HN: Versioning Filesystem for SQLite
posted on Sun Aug 28 13:49:23 UTC 2022 by devnull3 | view on HN
MojoFS is a versioning, userspace filesystem for sqlite DB that is tailor made for sqlite and not supposed to be used as a general purpose fs.
How to play continuous blackjack
posted on Wed Aug 24 09:54:58 UTC 2022 by alexmolas | view on HN
posted on Sat Aug 27 14:23:59 UTC 2022 by brudgers | view on HN
The article discusses how music sampling has been a critical fixture and feature of hip-hop, and how copyright law has impacted the genre.
Short story about my Steam Deck
posted on Thu Aug 25 08:55:01 UTC 2022 by h0ek | view on HN
The article is about the author's experience with the Steam Deck, a portable console for playing video games.
Show HN: Density userstyle to remove spacing from popular websites
posted on Sun Aug 28 11:57:06 UTC 2022 by phil294 | view on HN
This article is a guide on how to reduce the spacing on websites using CSS.
They're trying to get me kidnapped and tortured, but Twitter doesn't care
posted on Sun Aug 28 09:41:20 UTC 2022 by waqasx | view on HN
The article is about how the author has been receiving death threats and how Twitter is not doing anything to help even though the author has reported it.
PAL Colour Recovery from black-and-white ‘telerecordings’ (2008)
posted on Sun Aug 28 09:53:27 UTC 2022 by madflame991 | view on HN
The article discusses the various complications that arise when trying to convert old telerecordings into high-definition, including geometric distortions, lack of subcarrier phase-reference, and line merging.
posted on Sun Aug 28 11:10:58 UTC 2022 by MaysonL | view on HN
The article describes a method for editing a document using GitHub which enables the user to see each edit as a color-coded diff with an explanation.
posted on Sun Aug 28 16:26:58 UTC 2022 by bpierre | view on HN
PipeWire is a graph-based processing engine that focuses on handling multimedia data (audio, video, and MIDI mainly).
posted on Sun Aug 28 07:40:50 UTC 2022 by hsn915 | view on HN
Odin is a systems langauge that can viably be used to create programs that you would otherwise create in C or C++.
“Is there a heuristic we might use to identify and flag questionable papers?”
posted on Sun Aug 28 08:04:11 UTC 2022 by pyinstallwoes | view on HN
The article discusses how IEEE has been publishing fake papers and how this has continued into 2021.
Towards Helpful Robots: Grounding Language in Robotic Affordances
posted on Sat Aug 27 06:31:47 UTC 2022 by lawrenceyan | view on HN
Web3 Domain Name Service Could Lose Web Address-Owner Who Can Renew Is in Prison
posted on Sun Aug 28 14:12:12 UTC 2022 by Vaslo | view on HN
CoinDesk is a media outlet that strives for the highest journalistic standards and abides by a strict set of editorial policies.
The fight against drought in California has a new tool: The restrictor
posted on Sun Aug 28 15:37:52 UTC 2022 by LinuxBender | view on HN
The article discusses how the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District is trying to get customers to conserve water by adding water restrictors to the pipes of repeat offenders.
Stacker (YC S20) Is Hiring Product Engineers
posted on Sun Aug 28 07:04:37 UTC 2022 by skellystudios | view on HN
Tell HN: Most DisplayPort cables aren't sold with correct information
posted on Sun Aug 28 11:24:15 UTC 2022 by bloopernova | view on HN
posted on Sun Aug 28 14:50:04 UTC 2022 by homarp | view on HN
Relax for the same result (2015)
posted on Sun Aug 28 02:34:25 UTC 2022 by absolute100 | view on HN
The article is about a man who realized that he was going about his bike rides the wrong way and that by dialing back his effort, he could still get the same results with a much better experience.
PanWriter: Cross-platform writing tool runs on anything and outputs to anything
posted on Thu Aug 25 11:52:36 UTC 2022 by thesuperbigfrog | view on HN
Insects become airborne, slowed down to a speed the human eye can appreciate
posted on Sun Aug 28 14:01:32 UTC 2022 by gmays | view on HN
This video from the Evolutionary Biology and Behavior Research Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and North Carolina State University captures a series of 11 different winged insects in flight at 3,200 frames per second.