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  1. Sauna use as a lifestyle practice to extend healthspan

    posted on Sun Oct 02 15:28:43 UTC 2022 by CharlesW | view on HN

  2. Baker's Math

    posted on Sun Oct 02 13:59:30 UTC 2022 by cwmartin | view on HN

    The article explains how to use baker's math, which is a way of breaking down ingredients into proportions so that you can scale up or down as needed, and how it can expand your ability to mix and match ingredients and break free of recipes to create your own formulas.

  3. Bogotá's website has sign language titles

    posted on Sun Oct 02 15:11:54 UTC 2022 by pob54 | view on HN

  4. Hyperlinks in Handwriting

    posted on Sun Oct 02 12:41:54 UTC 2022 by nathell | view on HN

  5. Norvig's Law

    posted on Sun Oct 02 13:38:18 UTC 2022 by saikatsg | view on HN

    The article is discussing how to increase sales of a product.

  6. Cobra Maneuver

    posted on Sun Oct 02 15:51:23 UTC 2022 by Hooke | view on HN

    In aerobatics, the cobra maneuver (or just the cobra), also called dynamic deceleration, among other names, is a dramatic and demanding maneuver in which an airplane flying at a moderate speed abruptly raises its nose momentarily to a vertical and slightly past vertical attitude, causing an extremely high angle of attack and momentarily stalling the plane, making a full-body air brake before dropping back to normal position, during which the aircraft does not change effective altitude.

  7. Data Version Control

    posted on Sat Oct 01 16:09:57 UTC 2022 by HerrMonnezza | view on HN

    The article discusses how DVC can help keep branches simple and fast, as well as how it can help with metric-tracking and ML pipelines.

  8. Show HN: FocusedEdit – a classic Macintosh to web browser shared text editor

    posted on Sun Oct 02 14:30:22 UTC 2022 by camhenlin | view on HN

    FocusedEdit is a software package that allows you to use a classic Macintosh as a bidirectional text editor by connecting it to a modern web browser via the serial port.

  9. Recon and Attack Vectors from My Logs

    posted on Sun Oct 02 09:25:14 UTC 2022 by susam | view on HN

    The article contains excerpts from the author's web server logs that show various kinds of recon and attack vectors.

  10. Tesla Vehicle Production and Deliveries for 3Q 2022

    posted on Sun Oct 02 16:11:44 UTC 2022 by jbredeche | view on HN

    Tesla will post its financial results for the third quarter of 2022 after market close on Wednesday, October 19, 2022.

  11. LSD-like molecules counter depession without the trip

    posted on Sun Oct 02 03:28:45 UTC 2022 by hericium | view on HN

    Scientists have designed compounds that hit the same key receptor that LSD activates without causing hallucinations, which may offer a way to develop new kinds of antidepressants that are more effective and have fewer side effects than current medications.

  12. How a Stable Diffusion prompt changes its output for the style of 1500 artists

    posted on Sun Oct 02 12:30:17 UTC 2022 by politelemon | view on HN

  13. Eye-tracking is a missing input device for VR experiences

    posted on Fri Sep 30 22:47:06 UTC 2022 by mlajtos | view on HN

    The article discusses how upcoming VR headsets with eye-tracking will change the way we design user interfaces and how we can use gaze as a pointing device.

  14. Use Bookmarklets on Chrome on Android (2020)

    posted on Sun Oct 02 16:40:23 UTC 2022 by danuker | view on HN

    The article discusses how the author was surprised to learn that bookmarklets can be used on Chrome on Android, and that this opens up a lot of possibilities for customizing the web experience on Android.

  15. Capsule: the nano (WASM) functions runner

    posted on Sun Oct 02 08:56:49 UTC 2022 by rcarmo | view on HN

    // Set the response headers response . Headers [ "Content-Type" ] = "text/plain" response . Headers [ "X-Custom-Header" ] = "my-custom-header" // Set the response body response . Body = "👋 hello world 🌍🎃" return response , errResp // errResp = nil } defines the

  16. Tesorio (YC S15) raised a Series B and is hiring various roles

    posted on Sun Oct 02 12:00:06 UTC 2022 by FabioFleitas | view on HN

    The article is about the team behind the website Lenddo, which uses machine learning to help people get loans.

  17. Jagua fruit makes tattoos, antibiotics, and dessert

    posted on Fri Sep 30 23:58:05 UTC 2022 by respinal | view on HN

    The jagua fruit is a yellow-orange fruit that ranges in size from kiwi to melon and is used in Central and South America for its vibrant natural dye, which stains surfaces for up to 20 days.

  18. “Rust is safe” is not some kind of absolute guarantee of code safety

    posted on Sun Oct 02 14:20:21 UTC 2022 by rvz | view on HN

  19. Big Problems

    posted on Sat Oct 01 01:31:57 UTC 2022 by memorable | view on HN

    The article discusses the importance of having "Questions, with a capital Q" which are the questions that a person comes back to time and time again.

  20. Ubisoft+Bungie Scrambling to Evacuate Players Games from Capsizing Google Stadia

    posted on Sun Oct 02 16:23:33 UTC 2022 by metadat | view on HN

    The article discusses the Google Stadia shutting down and the problems it has created for Ubisoft and Bungie.

  21. Race Conditions Can Be Useful for Parallelism

    posted on Sun Oct 02 09:25:11 UTC 2022 by gbrown_ | view on HN

    Many are well aware of the hazards of race conditions, but what about the benefits? There are situations where race conditions can be helpful for performance.

  22. The First RISC: John Cocke and the IBM 801

    posted on Sun Oct 02 12:33:31 UTC 2022 by klelatti | view on HN

    The article discusses the idea of RISC, which has been around for 50 years and is the subject of debate among experts.

  23. Comfy Software: A software aesthetic for hackers with depression

    posted on Sun Oct 02 05:31:36 UTC 2022 by vmoore | view on HN

    The article discusses how some software is designed to be used primarily with a keyboard, while other software is designed to be used primarily with a mouse.

  24. Emacs-like editors written in Common Lisp

    posted on Sun Oct 02 09:34:04 UTC 2022 by ducktective | view on HN

    This page collects together a few possibilities for Common Lisp editors, including Lem, LispWorks, Climacs, Hemlock, and Goatee.

  25. UnixBench is the original BYTE Unix benchmark suite

    posted on Sat Oct 01 21:58:32 UTC 2022 by smartmic | view on HN

    UnixBench is a synthetic benchmarking application used to compare Unix systems by comparing their results to a set of scores set by running the code on a benchmark system.

  26. A legal dispute that will test the limits of fair use

    posted on Sun Oct 02 06:00:34 UTC 2022 by fortran77 | view on HN

    The Supreme Court will hear a case on October 12th about a photographer's dispute with the custodians of Andy Warhol's art.

  27. The Contrarian: How Sridhar Vembu built Zoho questioning conventional wisdom

    posted on Sun Oct 02 08:24:39 UTC 2022 by sokradhar | view on HN

    This article is about Sridhar Vembu, an engineer who started the tech company Zoho 26 years ago and is now considered a pioneer in the field of software as a service (SaaS).

  28. Great Works in Programming Languages (2004)

    posted on Fri Sep 30 17:04:20 UTC 2022 by mooreds | view on HN

    The article is a list of the five most important papers ever written in the area of programming languages, as suggested by various experts in the field.

  29. Mandated diversity statement drives Jonathan Haidt to quit academic society

    posted on Sun Oct 02 05:32:43 UTC 2022 by mpweiher | view on HN

    Jonathan Haidt, an academic long concerned about the politicization of academia, has announced that he will resign at the end of the year from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology because of a newly adopted requirement that everybody presenting research at the group's conferences explain how their submission advances "equity, inclusion, and anti-racism goals."

  30. An Algorithm for Polygon Intersections

    posted on Sun Oct 02 06:07:50 UTC 2022 by lnyan | view on HN

    This article discusses how to determine rectangle intersections and collisions, for both axis-aligned rectangles as well as arbitrarily rotated rectangles.