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posted on Fri Dec 23 13:32:32 UTC 2022 by alexzeitler | view on HN
The article argues that the increasing unpopularity of Twitter will lead to a resurgence in the use of RSS readers.
posted on Fri Dec 23 15:23:33 UTC 2022 by andsoitis | view on HN
Nuklear is a minimal-state, immediate-mode graphical user interface toolkit written in ANSI C and licensed under public domain.
posted on Fri Dec 23 14:23:43 UTC 2022 by elephant_burger | view on HN
The article provides five tips for UI design in web applications, which are to use defaults, make settings obvious, show progress, avoid interruptions, and use a flat hierarchy.
posted on Fri Dec 23 13:56:13 UTC 2022 by tambourine_man | view on HN
The article is about the WLED software which is used to control NeoPixel LEDs. It is a fast and feature-rich implementation with many special effects. It also has a modern UI, support for multiple LED outputs, and full OTA software updatability.
posted on Fri Dec 23 13:27:33 UTC 2022 by PaulHoule | view on HN
RISC-V cores are becoming more prevalent in heterogeneous SoCs and packages, being used for accelerators, extra processing cores, and security applications, among other things.
posted on Fri Dec 23 06:30:42 UTC 2022 by signa11 | view on HN
This article is about Locality-sensitive hashing (LSH), a set of techniques that dramatically speed up search-for-neighbors or near-duplication detection on data.
posted on Fri Dec 23 10:23:16 UTC 2022 by say_it_as_it_is | view on HN
The author reflects on their year, which was strange and full of transitions. They discuss the highlights, which include running the most successful Kickstarter campaign of all time, and finishing various series.
posted on Fri Dec 23 12:28:10 UTC 2022 by rogual | view on HN
The article discusses different techniques that can be used to identify speakers, with the BBC preferring the use of color and single quotes.
posted on Thu Dec 22 23:01:26 UTC 2022 by eigenvalue | view on HN
posted on Thu Dec 22 06:38:16 UTC 2022 by eversowhatev | view on HN
The article is about Percy Crosby, a celebrity American artist and author, who was falsely imprisoned in a New York mental hospital for the last 16 years of his life.
posted on Fri Dec 23 04:46:57 UTC 2022 by signa11 | view on HN
The article is about how the author was able to create a NAND gate in the game Doom, and how from that NAND gate they were able to create any other logic gate, meaning that any bounded computation is possible in Doom.
posted on Fri Dec 23 10:27:07 UTC 2022 by mariuz | view on HN
This project template is for those who want to relive the 90ies and create little demos and games for DOS using C/C++ with "modern" tools.
posted on Fri Dec 23 11:43:03 UTC 2022 by O__________O | view on HN
The article is about a person who has been banned from the website because they have been breaking the site guidelines.
posted on Fri Dec 23 13:31:30 UTC 2022 by alexzeitler | view on HN
The article discusses how RSS can be a respite from the algorithm-controlled social media platforms that many people use.
posted on Thu Dec 22 20:57:27 UTC 2022 by taeric | view on HN
The article explains how to build a BDD for a problem where one must decide whether to buy or sell on each day of a given period, where selling must happen after buying, in order to find the best strategy.
posted on Wed Dec 21 21:07:56 UTC 2022 by wglb | view on HN
posted on Fri Dec 23 07:22:06 UTC 2022 by ingve | view on HN
The article argues that WebAssembly is more than "just the web" and that it is similar to the JVM in that it is a bytecode for the web.
posted on Fri Dec 23 11:11:02 UTC 2022 by open-source-ux | view on HN
Sam Gregory is on a mission to root out jargon in government and offers the best alternatives to common jargon phrases.
posted on Fri Dec 23 13:51:49 UTC 2022 by 0x008 | view on HN
posted on Fri Dec 23 12:25:55 UTC 2022 by sohkamyung | view on HN
The article tells the story of Bilbo Baggins finding a ring that makes him invisible and Gollum guessing that Bilbo has it.
posted on Thu Dec 22 14:25:32 UTC 2022 by rbanffy | view on HN
The article discusses how the Asgard archaea, a microbe with a complex cytoskeleton, has been found in high concentrations and studied in detail. The microbe is from a canal in an estuary in Slovenia and is considered a third domain of life by most scientists. The article adds to recent work showing Asgard archaea possess genes once thought to exist only in more complex organisms—another indication they may be an important evolutionary precursor.
posted on Fri Dec 23 06:19:06 UTC 2022 by luu | view on HN
The article explains the process of installing Nix on the Steam Deck, which has a few special steps.
posted on Fri Dec 23 07:04:29 UTC 2022 by lukastyrychtr | view on HN
The JFrog Security Research team discovered a new type of PyPI malware that employs Anti-debugging code in addition to regular obfuscation tools and techniques.
posted on Fri Dec 23 06:51:50 UTC 2022 by elvis70 | view on HN
The article discusses a textbook that provides a gentle introduction to assembly language programming, which assumes the reader is already comfortable with C or C++ coding.
posted on Thu Dec 22 18:53:59 UTC 2022 by asadawadia | view on HN
The article discusses a person who created a system to notify them whenever a cat came into their backyard, using a raspberry pi 4, a camera module, and code that would run object detection on the images taken.
posted on Thu Dec 22 14:50:06 UTC 2022 by cstanley | view on HN
A slack bot that responds to tech support questions with knowledge from technical documentation, community slack channels, and previous support tickets, using Large Language Models.
posted on Wed Dec 21 20:56:13 UTC 2022 by gregsadetsky | view on HN
posted on Fri Dec 23 15:12:33 UTC 2022 by rbanffy | view on HN
The technical paper titled "Vitruvius+: An Area-Efficient RISC-V Decoupled Vector Coprocessor for High Performance Computing Applications" presents Vitruvius+, the vector processing acceleration engine which represents the core of vector instruction execution in the HPC challenge that comes within the EuroHPC initiative.
posted on Fri Dec 23 15:42:21 UTC 2022 by c7DJTLrn | view on HN
posted on Fri Dec 23 14:53:35 UTC 2022 by jseliger | view on HN
In one sentence: The article discusses how the author, a journalist, decided to drive for Lyft again after a few years and found that while demand was high, the percentage of the fare that drivers take home has decreased, sometimes earning less than 30% of the total fare.