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posted on Mon Nov 21 15:12:01 UTC 2022 by arantius | view on HN
The article discusses a color wheel made up of 139 "web colors" and how it can be used to help choose colors for a design.
posted on Mon Nov 21 15:48:23 UTC 2022 by pjmlp | view on HN
The article discusses a recent security vulnerability found in the OpenSSL punycode parser, and how the security community can learn from it to improve fuzz testing in the future.
posted on Mon Nov 21 14:14:13 UTC 2022 by Brajeshwar | view on HN
The article argues that businesses should focus on things that are stable rather than things that are changing.
posted on Mon Nov 21 14:39:17 UTC 2022 by pgayed | view on HN
In 1993, id Software released the first-person shooter Doom, which quickly became a phenomenon and is now considered one of the most influential games of all time.
posted on Mon Nov 21 12:01:45 UTC 2022 by pseudolus | view on HN
The researchers were studying the microbiome of several lab mice, and sterilized the guts of some of them as a way to isolate differences in digestion and overall health related to different bacteria.
posted on Sat Nov 19 19:10:33 UTC 2022 by rntn | view on HN
posted on Sat Nov 19 12:53:48 UTC 2022 by pubby | view on HN
The article discusses the history and mathematics behind the concept of Go First Dice, which are a set of dice that allows some number of players to each roll a different single die (picked arbitrarily from the set) and the following conditions hold: there will never be ties. Each possible ordering of the players (determined by highest result, next highest result, etc) has a mathematically equal chance of occurring.
posted on Mon Nov 21 11:14:42 UTC 2022 by app4soft | view on HN
The article discusses the re-addition of support for android 5 and 6 to termux-app, but notes that no support or package updates are planned.
posted on Sat Nov 19 10:36:03 UTC 2022 by raldu | view on HN
posted on Mon Nov 21 15:33:49 UTC 2022 by theafh | view on HN
In the article, Gina has a dream where she is the judge of the Great Brownie Bake Off at Imaginary University and has to determine the winner between Team Alpha and Team Beta.
posted on Mon Nov 21 15:10:16 UTC 2022 by yachayai | view on HN
The Yachay platform is an open-source platform for Machine Learning that has collected decades worth of useful natural language data from traditional media, social media, messenger channels, tech blogs, GitHub profiles and issues, the dark web, and legal proceedings, as well as the decisions and publications of government regulators and legislators all across the world.
posted on Sun Nov 20 02:06:33 UTC 2022 by mhh__ | view on HN
The National Bureau of Standards (NBS) published a paper in 1978 discussing the selection of preferred metric values for design and construction.
posted on Sun Nov 20 22:30:23 UTC 2022 by TangerineDream | view on HN
The article is about how the author thinks blockchain is mostly bullshit and how AWS decided not to make a strategic investment in blockchain.
posted on Mon Nov 21 15:30:16 UTC 2022 by mmq | view on HN
The article discusses the engine burn that occurred on the Artemis I spacecraft and how the spacecraft is exceeding performance expectations.
posted on Mon Nov 21 10:29:28 UTC 2022 by giann | view on HN
Buzz is a small, lightweight, typed scripting language written in Zig. It is strict, unambiguous, and has no nonsense coercion. It also has fibers, tooling, generate doc from docblocks, LSP, debugger and DAP, and TextMate syntax.
posted on Sat Nov 19 07:20:20 UTC 2022 by NJRBailey | view on HN
The article discusses how Wikipedia relies on volunteers to help keep articles accurate, but there are not enough volunteers to keep up with the demand.
posted on Mon Nov 21 09:46:42 UTC 2022 by lclc | view on HN
The article discusses the idea of privacy, specifically in relation to companies, and how it is often traded away for service.
posted on Mon Nov 21 15:46:03 UTC 2022 by ksec | view on HN
The article discusses how DVD sales have increased while Blu-ray sales have decreased, due to the pandemic changing consumer habits.
posted on Mon Nov 21 10:38:42 UTC 2022 by sigsev_251 | view on HN
posted on Mon Nov 21 05:19:39 UTC 2022 by lab | view on HN
Magic3D can create high-quality 3D textured mesh models from input text prompts.
posted on Mon Nov 21 14:03:35 UTC 2022 by txtai | view on HN
The txtai query layer supports natural language queries with filters that are converted to txtai-compatible SQL statements.
posted on Sat Nov 19 21:26:19 UTC 2022 by misterdata | view on HN
The article is about how the author loves their Casio Protrek watch because it is reliable and has many features.
posted on Mon Nov 21 02:58:04 UTC 2022 by colinprince | view on HN
The article discusses the author's process of proving the Rep-unit R49081 to be a prime, which took 20 months on an AMD 3990x computer (64 cores) and verification took about 13 hours.
posted on Mon Nov 21 07:00:51 UTC 2022 by memorable | view on HN
posted on Sun Nov 20 20:57:33 UTC 2022 by dynamicwebpaige | view on HN
Kite was a startup using AI to help developers write code, but it has stopped working on Kite and is no longer supporting the Kite software.
posted on Mon Nov 21 09:44:17 UTC 2022 by cpeth | view on HN
posted on Mon Nov 21 03:44:45 UTC 2022 by aaossa | view on HN
posted on Mon Nov 21 07:43:20 UTC 2022 by robin_reala | view on HN
The article discusses the possibility of the UK removing the .gb top level domain, which is currently inactive.
posted on Mon Nov 21 04:50:00 UTC 2022 by memorable | view on HN
The article is about a rehabilitation program for people who have been in cults.
posted on Sun Nov 20 04:53:21 UTC 2022 by bumbledraven | view on HN
Trying to learn about the mind by analysing the brain is like trying to learn about software by analysing the computer and will not be successful because brains are just the mechanism that evolution landed on, they're not fundamental.