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  1. Draw SVG rope using JavaScript

    posted on Sat Dec 31 15:43:54 UTC 2022 by stankot | view on HN

    The article discusses how to take an SVG path and turn it into a vector rope drawing, using rectangles and bezier curves.

  2. Dinner for one: The little-known British comedy famous in Germany

    posted on Sat Dec 31 11:34:53 UTC 2022 by Tomte | view on HN

    The article tells the story of the popular German New Year's Eve film "Dinner for One" and how it came to be.

  3. Should Small Rust Structs be Passed by-copy or by-borrow?

    posted on Sat Dec 31 13:33:30 UTC 2022 by aloukissas | view on HN

    This simple question sent the author on a benchmarking odyssey with some surprising twists and discoveries, which they share in the article.

  4. Cached Chrome Top Million Websites

    posted on Sat Dec 31 13:49:20 UTC 2022 by edent | view on HN

    This repository contains a cached CSV version of the Chrome top sites, queried from the CrUX data in Google BigQuery, which is more accurate than other top lists like the Alexa Top Million and Tranco Top Million.

  5. Show HN: Pole Clock, a single 24h clock with multiple timezones

    posted on Sat Dec 31 13:40:51 UTC 2022 by PascalPixel | view on HN

  6. LineageOS 20

    posted on Sat Dec 31 12:13:36 UTC 2022 by luca020400 | view on HN

    The LineageOS team has been hard at work porting their features to Android 13 and has introduces some cool new features, such as their new camera app, Aperture.

  7. 2022: A Retrospective

    posted on Sat Dec 31 15:12:28 UTC 2022 by Tomte | view on HN

    The Godot team looks back on their year and all that they have accomplished.

  8. Complementary foundations for mathematics: when do we choose? [pdf]

    posted on Sat Dec 31 15:19:48 UTC 2022 by hackandthink | view on HN

  9. US navy released worst rust photo to date

    posted on Sat Dec 31 14:53:12 UTC 2022 by quantified | view on HN

    The US Navy is facing a problem with rust on their ships, which was brought to light by a photo of a warship's deck covered in rust.

  10. Why does my SSH private key still work after changing some bytes? (2016)

    posted on Sat Dec 31 05:30:25 UTC 2022 by curling_grad | view on HN

    An ASN.1-encoded SSH private key contains the following integers in order: The public modulus $n$ and exponent $e$; The private exponent $d$; The prime factors $p$ and $q$ of $n$; The "reduced" private exponents $d_p=d\bmod(p-1)$ and $d_q=d\bmod(q-1)$; The "CRT coefficient

  11. VanillaOS: Immutable Ubuntu-Based Linux

    posted on Sat Dec 31 09:54:23 UTC 2022 by bketelsen | view on HN

    Vanilla OS offers the latest stable Linux kernel, ensuring support for the latest devices and the latest performance improvements.

  12. Surviving disillusionment (2020)

    posted on Sat Dec 31 08:23:19 UTC 2022 by terminal_d | view on HN

    The article is about how the author's view of the technology industry has changed after writing about the dark side of it, and how this knowledge has made it difficult to enjoy the industry in the same way as before.

  13. A taste of pavex, an upcoming Rust web framework

    posted on Sat Dec 31 10:51:46 UTC 2022 by lukastyrychtr | view on HN

    The goal of the new web framework is to be as easy to use as , Rails or ASP.NET Core, while also being as fast as a handwritten solution built directly on top of raw .

  14. Deceiving Windows Defender: The Big Stack Bypass

    posted on Sat Dec 31 11:10:18 UTC 2022 by CHEF-KOCH | view on HN

  15. Austral: A systems language with linear types and capabilities

    posted on Thu Dec 29 01:37:41 UTC 2022 by riidom | view on HN

    The article is an introduction to Austral, a new systems programming language, discussing its design goals, features, and language overview.

  16. Why “OpenBSD Mastery: Filesystems” Is Not in Amazon’s Kindle Store

    posted on Sat Dec 31 05:20:28 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN

    The article is about how Amazon pays roughly 70% of retail price for books priced up to $9.99, and 35% for books $10 and over, which is why the author is not going to publish future Mastery books on Amazon's Kindle store.

  17. NY Sabotages Right to Repair Bill [video]

    posted on Thu Dec 29 07:59:13 UTC 2022 by asjfkdlf | view on HN

  18. Mummy – web server written in Nim that returns to the ancient ways of threads

    posted on Sat Dec 31 02:56:23 UTC 2022 by michaelsbradley | view on HN

    The article discusses the features of Mummy, a multi-threaded HTTP 1.1 and WebSocket server written entirely in Nim. It highlights the benefits of the server, including its simplicity, ease of debugging, and support for multiple cores. It also notes that Mummy is not well-suited for large file transfers due to its focus on being an API server.

  19. SD: My script directory

    posted on Sat Dec 31 09:20:41 UTC 2022 by sph | view on HN

    The article is about a new way to organize your shell scripts so that you can easily find them later.

  20. When did the First Peoples arrive in America?

    posted on Sat Dec 31 12:44:10 UTC 2022 by HR01 | view on HN

    The article discusses the debate among scientists about when people first arrived in the Americas, with new evidence suggesting it was at least 15,000 years ago.

  21. Prolog at Work

    posted on Wed Dec 28 18:44:48 UTC 2022 by triska | view on HN

  22. Using Mass Storage Devices on Simh PDP-11/RT-11: Paper Tape, Diskette, Dectape

    posted on Wed Dec 28 15:52:29 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN

    The article describes how to use the simh mass storage devices on the PDP-11 emulator to transfer ASCII data in/out of the PDP-11 and any type of file between simulated PDP-11s.

  23. Magic beans, Bahamian penthouses, old-fashioned fraud and other important SBF-in

    posted on Sat Dec 31 14:19:11 UTC 2022 by nowherebeen | view on HN

    We've detected unusual activity from your computer network.

  24. Whatever happened to SHA-256 support in Git

    posted on Sat Dec 31 03:33:40 UTC 2022 by simonpure | view on HN

    The SHA-1 hash algorithm is terminally broken and should not be used in any situation where security matters, according to the article.

  25. JPMorgan to spend $1B on rental homes in the US to become a megalandlord

    posted on Sat Dec 31 11:04:53 UTC 2022 by raybb | view on HN

    Haven Realty Capital and JPMorgan Chase's asset management arm have entered into a joint venture agreement in which they will invest up to $1 billion to develop build-to-rent single-family homes across the country.

  26. Boufallo Lab BL616/BL618 RISC-V MCU Supports WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, and Zigbee

    posted on Thu Dec 29 15:24:13 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN

    The BL616 and BL618 are 32-bit RISC-V wireless microcontrollers with support for 2.4 GHz WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 dual-mode, and an 802.15.4 radio for Zigbee, Thread, and Matter designed for IoT applications.

  27. Ask HN: What is your new year's resolution?

    posted on Sat Dec 31 02:00:41 UTC 2022 by nigamanth | view on HN

  28. The consumption of viruses returns energy to food chains

    posted on Fri Dec 30 14:19:18 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN

  29. Tell HN: Freenom (the operator of .tk, .ml, .ga, .cf, .gq TLDs) is falling apart

    posted on Sat Dec 31 08:00:46 UTC 2022 by peppermint_gum | view on HN

  30. GrapheneOS Lead on Linux (In)Security

    posted on Sat Dec 31 16:50:49 UTC 2022 by oDot | view on HN