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I Resurrected “Ugly Sonic” with Stable Diffusion Textual Inversion
posted on Mon Sep 19 16:00:08 UTC 2022 by minimaxir | view on HN
The article discusses how the new AI image generation tool Stable Diffusion can be used to generate images of the character Sonic the Hedgehog, specifically the "Ugly Sonic" design that was briefly used in a 2019 movie trailer.
Apple’s iPhone 14 Redesign for Repair
posted on Mon Sep 19 15:15:18 UTC 2022 by walterbell | view on HN
The article discusses how the iPhone 14 has been designed to be easier to repair than previous models, a change that Apple did not mention in their keynote.
Show HN: DevTools-X – a cross platform alternative of devutils and devtoys
posted on Mon Sep 19 14:18:21 UTC 2022 by Sparkenstein | view on HN
The article is about the development tool DevTools-X, which is a cross-platform collection of dev-tools that is lighter, probably safer, and feature rich.
Tillitis Key – Mullvad spin-off inspired by measured boot and DICE
posted on Mon Sep 19 10:42:08 UTC 2022 by km | view on HN
The Tillitis Key is a new kind of USB security key that is end-user programmable and offers security and flexibility.
posted on Mon Sep 19 11:36:10 UTC 2022 by imartin2k | view on HN
The article discusses the recent cheating scandal at the Sinquefield Cup chess tournament in St. Louis, in which world champion Magnus Carlsen's 53-game unbeaten streak was snapped by upstart American teenager Hans Niemann. Carlsen subsequently accused Niemann of cheating, though no concrete evidence has emerged.
You can watch how much I rewrite here
posted on Mon Sep 19 08:20:37 UTC 2022 by tchalla | view on HN
Ask HN: Why Adobe still can’t figure out Flash on WASM?
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:45:58 UTC 2022 by bartq | view on HN
The tyranny of the supertweeter
posted on Mon Sep 19 11:59:06 UTC 2022 by bedbot | view on HN
Twitter users are more likely to have gone to college, to be white, and to have higher incomes than the average American, but they are not more likely to be Republican.
Proxy chrome extensions are not going to be usable in MV3
posted on Mon Sep 19 15:40:59 UTC 2022 by olso | view on HN
Amazon’s $23M book about flies (2011)
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:33:13 UTC 2022 by slazien | view on HN
The article is about two Amazon retailers who are using algorithms to price a book at 1.270589 times the price of the other's book.
posted on Mon Sep 19 16:01:48 UTC 2022 by craigkerstiens | view on HN
Dirty pages are written out asynchronously, with the eventual writer then marking it clean in shared_buffers.
Cloudflare Adaptive DDoS Protection
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:59:49 UTC 2022 by lanakei | view on HN
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:23:21 UTC 2022 by felixge | view on HN
The article discusses the fgtrace tool, which is used to profile Go programs.
AutoML Solutions: What I Like and Don’t Like About AutoML as a Data Scientist
posted on Mon Sep 19 12:47:08 UTC 2022 by aburla | view on HN
This blog post is about how AutoML will not make Machine Learning specialists irrelevant, because although it is a technical marvel, it is no silver bullet and there is still a lot of work that data scientists do that AutoML cannot do.
AI Seamless Texture Generator Built-In to Blender
posted on Mon Sep 19 16:50:41 UTC 2022 by myth_drannon | view on HN
The article describes how to use the Dream Textures addon for Blender to create textures, concept art, background assets, and more.
posted on Mon Sep 19 12:00:57 UTC 2022 by the_economist | view on HN
Rockstar Games confirms they were hacked by an outside party
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:22:42 UTC 2022 by razin | view on HN
Show HN: Lost Pixel – open-source visual regression testing for your frontend
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:18:01 UTC 2022 by divdev_ | view on HN
Lost Pixel is a visual regression testing tool that can be used to test Storybook and Ladle stories and application pages.
Raster Master Sprite Editor and Utilities for Dos
posted on Mon Sep 19 15:52:37 UTC 2022 by retronick2020 | view on HN
The article is about a Sprite/Icon editor that generates code for Turbo Pascal/Turbo C and QuickBASIC/QuickC,TEGL and Fastgraph.
A Microfluidic D-subminiature Connector (2013)
posted on Sun Sep 18 11:26:54 UTC 2022 by trasz | view on HN
The article describes the development of two different types of microfluidic connectors - surface-mounted and tubing-mounted - in order to provide a standardized interface.
South Korean prosecutors say Do Kwon 'obviously on the run', asks Interpol help
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:23:00 UTC 2022 by 0xChain | view on HN
The article is about Do Kwon, the co-founder of Terraform Labs, and how the Seoul Southern District Prosecutor's Office has asked for an Interpol red notice against him because he is not cooperating with the investigation and they believe he is attempting to escape.
The anti-inflation pivot of 2022
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:10:09 UTC 2022 by disgruntledphd2 | view on HN
The article discusses how central banks around the world are hiking interest rates in response to the surge in prices, which may trigger a worldwide recession.
Blue gold turned into sand: will the waters return to the Aral Sea?
posted on Mon Sep 19 09:37:12 UTC 2022 by zeristor | view on HN
The article discusses the water crisis in Central Asia and the effects of the desertification of the Aral Sea.
Aleksandr Sorokin smashes 24-hour world record with 198.6 mile run
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:41:32 UTC 2022 by marban | view on HN
Aleksandr Sorokin set a new 24-hour world record of 319.614 kilometers/198.599 miles at the 2022 IAU 24-Hour European Championships in Verona, Italy.
How Complex Systems Fail (1998)
posted on Mon Sep 19 08:40:59 UTC 2022 by kiyanwang | view on HN
The article discusses how changes to systems, especially the use of new technology, in order to decrease the number of low consequence but high frequency failures, may actually create opportunities for new, low frequency but high consequence failures.
Pentagon opens sweeping review of clandestine psychological operations
posted on Mon Sep 19 13:08:02 UTC 2022 by haasted | view on HN
The article discusses how the military is now able to carry out clandestine psychologic operations without crossing what the CIA has claimed as its covert authority, alleviating some of the friction that had hindered such operations previously.
Algorithms for competitive programming
posted on Mon Sep 19 07:27:31 UTC 2022 by memorable | view on HN
The goal of this project is to translate the wonderful resource http://e-maxx.ru/algo which provides descriptions of many algorithms and data structures especially popular in field of competitive programming. Moreover we want to improve the collected knowledge by extending the articles and adding new articles to the collection. Compiled pages are published at https://cp-algorithms.com/.
posted on Mon Sep 19 16:28:33 UTC 2022 by diceduckmonk | view on HN
Show HN: Distributed JMAP and IMAP Servers in Rust
posted on Mon Sep 19 04:57:16 UTC 2022 by StalwartLabs | view on HN
Stalwart JMAP is an open-source JSON Meta Application Protocol server designed to be secure, fast, robust and scalable.
Unicode character “ꙮ” (U+A66E) is being updated
posted on Mon Sep 19 11:39:04 UTC 2022 by SerCe | view on HN