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posted on Wed Nov 09 15:40:22 UTC 2022 by pantalaimon | view on HN
Rosetta 2 is an x86-on-ARM emulator that is remarkably fast when compared to other emulators.
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:28:38 UTC 2022 by softwaredoug | view on HN
This article is about how to use git aliases to make git less hard.
The Sad Saga of the 500 MHz Power Mac G4
posted on Wed Nov 09 15:01:37 UTC 2022 by ingve | view on HN
The article discusses the different types of Power Mac G4s that were available at the time and the different speeds at which they ran.
Building a semantic search engine in Rust
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:35:10 UTC 2022 by sachaarbonel | view on HN
This article discusses how to build a semantic search engine in Rust. It explains what are embeddings, transformers, and nearest neighbor searches and how to perform them using KD-trees.
My full statement regarding DOOM Eternal
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:29:44 UTC 2022 by bangonkeyboard | view on HN
The article is about how the author was upset with the release of the OST for DOOM Eternal, because it was full of mistakes, and the person who put it together was given co-artist credit when they didn't deserve it.
Binance Is Strongly Leaning Toward Scrapping FTX Rescue Takeover
posted on Wed Nov 09 15:37:31 UTC 2022 by jmsflknr | view on HN
So long and thanks for all the bits
posted on Wed Nov 09 13:51:26 UTC 2022 by fangorn | view on HN
Technical Writing: All You Need to Know and How to Land a Job
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:33:57 UTC 2022 by a-radwan | view on HN
The article discusses the responsibilities of a technical writer and how to become one. It also covers how to use your technical skills as a writer, content creator, and marketer to target your audience.
Lisp as the Maxwell’s Equations of Software
posted on Tue Nov 08 06:21:53 UTC 2022 by graderjs | view on HN
In the article, the author describes how Alan Kay saw Lisp as the "Maxwell's equations of software" and how writing an interpreter for Lisp code can help deepen one's understanding of the language.
Novelist as a Vocation by Haruki Murakami Review
posted on Tue Nov 08 06:21:16 UTC 2022 by lermontov | view on HN
The article is about Haruki Murakami's life and how he became a successful novelist.
posted on Tue Nov 08 09:10:32 UTC 2022 by zeristor | view on HN
The article is about the Crossrail project in London and how it is finally completed after years of construction.
Writing down what I do in Obsidian
posted on Wed Nov 09 03:42:25 UTC 2022 by larve | view on HN
The article is about how the author switched from Bear to Obsidian for taking notes, and how Obsidian has helped him keep track of his work.
Why fly or swim when you can jump? Ask the springtail
posted on Tue Nov 08 06:27:06 UTC 2022 by Hooke | view on HN
The article is about how springtails are not insects, although they were classified that way for a long time because of their six legs, segmented bodies and antennae.
posted on Wed Nov 09 11:11:01 UTC 2022 by technics256 | view on HN
Mark Zuckerberg is reducing the size of Meta's team by 13% and cutting discretionary spending.
How effective are classic lookup optimizations for Rails apps?
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:10:24 UTC 2022 by tosh | view on HN
The article discusses how well optimizations such as lookup caches, target duplicate elimination, and splitting apply to modern Ruby code, with a focus on Rails apps.
Show HN: HN Follow – email alerts from your friends on Hacker News
posted on Wed Nov 09 16:22:16 UTC 2022 by stevekrouse | view on HN
The article discusses a new feature on the website Hacker News that allows users to receive email notifications when people they follow post new content.
My DIY ergonomic travel workstation with aluminum and magnets
posted on Wed Nov 09 03:55:44 UTC 2022 by trishume | view on HN
This person designed a travel workstation that is ergonomic and packable, which includes a custom-designed laser cut aluminum keyboard case that doubles as a lap-board to hold their keyboard and trackpad.
posted on Wed Nov 09 12:05:32 UTC 2022 by synthmeat | view on HN
The article discusses the release of the new Affinity software, which includes a new UI and hundreds of timesaving improvements.
Ask HN: Is React impacted by Meta layoff?
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:58:05 UTC 2022 by dariopog | view on HN
NYC jail complex to be restored into citywide green energy hub
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:55:10 UTC 2022 by geox | view on HN
The article discusses a plan to transform Rikers Island into a citywide green energy hub.
AI and the Future of Pixel Art
posted on Wed Nov 09 03:22:53 UTC 2022 by aleyan | view on HN
Creative industries are undergoing a 0 to 1 moment, which means that the impact that AI will have and is already having on creativity cannot be understated.
Three new utility functions in C++23
posted on Wed Nov 09 09:18:38 UTC 2022 by todsacerdoti | view on HN
This article discusses three new utility functions that were added to C++23: std::unreachable, std::to_underlying, and std::byteswap.
Redfin cuts 13% of staff, shuts down home-flipping business
posted on Wed Nov 09 14:32:46 UTC 2022 by xfour | view on HN
The article discusses how the author's computer network was detected as being unusual activity.
posted on Wed Nov 09 15:21:12 UTC 2022 by aizyuval | view on HN
The article discusses how social norms often dictate what we do and how we act, even though we may not want to do or act that way.
Better CPU selection for Linux timer expiration
posted on Tue Nov 08 09:36:35 UTC 2022 by chmaynard | view on HN
The article discusses how the kernel's internal timer mechanism has changed over the years, and how it is set to become even more complex with the addition of Anna-Maria Behnsen's patch set.
posted on Mon Nov 07 11:01:49 UTC 2022 by amaurino | view on HN
Stop using low DNS TTLs (2019)
posted on Wed Nov 09 04:54:24 UTC 2022 by doublepg23 | view on HN
The article discusses how DNS caching has become next to useless and how this increased latency is noticeable.
Z-Library Aftermath Reveals the Feds Seized Dozens of Domain Names
posted on Wed Nov 09 11:51:30 UTC 2022 by mrzool | view on HN
The article discusses how Z-Library, a site with nearly 12 million copies of books in its digital archive, which is shared with the world for free, has been taken down by the Department of Justice.
Let’s build a container runtime using only the chroot system call
posted on Wed Nov 09 01:42:04 UTC 2022 by mmphosis | view on HN
The article explains how containers work by saying they are just chrooted processes.
posted on Tue Nov 08 08:35:36 UTC 2022 by andutu | view on HN