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posted on Sat Jan 07 12:48:01 UTC 2023 by Metacelsus | view on HN
The article discusses how illegal drugs have been steadily evolving and how synthetic chemistry has become more valuable in response to this.
posted on Sat Jan 07 16:06:23 UTC 2023 by robin_reala | view on HN
The article discusses a bug where text wraps unnecessarily within intrinsically-sized elements when using certain fonts, specifically on the GOV.UK website.
posted on Sat Jan 07 14:43:57 UTC 2023 by brudgers | view on HN
posted on Sat Jan 07 16:29:30 UTC 2023 by alexmojaki | view on HN
The article discusses how, if a student is stuck trying to solve an exercise, they can try putting the shuffled solution in the correct order instead of getting frustrated.
posted on Sat Jan 07 12:47:32 UTC 2023 by AlexeyBrin | view on HN
The article discusses how C++ programmers have an outdated view of C, and how C++ is not a replacement or successor to C.
posted on Sat Jan 07 09:38:38 UTC 2023 by susam | view on HN
Hales' post is about how CGI, a simple application/web interface from the 1990s, is good and how it can be compared to contemporary frameworks.
posted on Sat Jan 07 15:51:22 UTC 2023 by ColinWright | view on HN
The article discusses how people are more likely to have creative breakthroughs during habitual tasks that don't require much thought.
posted on Sat Jan 07 13:30:12 UTC 2023 by janandonly | view on HN
The article discusses how touchscreens in cars are less safe and efficient than traditional buttons and switches, and argues that there is a happy medium.
posted on Sat Jan 07 12:22:11 UTC 2023 by manaskarekar | view on HN
posted on Sat Jan 07 15:47:48 UTC 2023 by Brajeshwar | view on HN
posted on Sat Jan 07 13:55:22 UTC 2023 by losfair | view on HN
posted on Thu Jan 05 23:28:56 UTC 2023 by lxm | view on HN
The article is about how to resume a subscription to the Wall Street Journal.
posted on Sat Jan 07 03:14:04 UTC 2023 by pabs3 | view on HN
The unix epoch time has already exhausted and will no longer work properly.
posted on Sat Jan 07 06:26:39 UTC 2023 by elvis70 | view on HN
The article discusses how web-based attacks are a significant threat to companies and how browser fingerprinting is one technique used to protect against these attacks.
posted on Sat Jan 07 08:04:41 UTC 2023 by tcmb | view on HN
The Cybiko is a Russian handheld computer introduced in the United States by David Yang's company Cybiko Inc. as a retail test market in New York on April 2000, and rolled out nationwide in May 2000.
posted on Sat Jan 07 12:04:59 UTC 2023 by tasn | view on HN
The article is looking for individuals that would be good teammates for the company.
posted on Thu Jan 05 21:29:08 UTC 2023 by zdw | view on HN
The article discusses the upcoming release of Espressif Systems' latest SoC, ESP32-P4. The SoC is powered by a dual-core RISC-V CPU with an AI instructions extension, an advanced memory subsystem, and integrated high-speed peripherals. ESP32-P4 is designed for high-performance applications that require strong security.
posted on Fri Jan 06 22:38:40 UTC 2023 by mikecarlton | view on HN
The article discusses how, in the real world, professional software developers work in groups and on small pieces of a large software code base, and more often than not - it's fixing stuff rather than building it from scratch.
posted on Sat Jan 07 12:29:09 UTC 2023 by ingve | view on HN
The article discusses different ways that people manage virtual environments in Python, and how those methods can be classified.
posted on Sat Jan 07 13:51:25 UTC 2023 by walterbell | view on HN
The article discusses how steel is used in nearly every product of industrial civilization and how it is a defining characteristic of the modern world.
posted on Sat Jan 07 12:54:25 UTC 2023 by rbanffy | view on HN
The article is discussing the Californian Ideology, which is a heterogeneous orthodoxy that combines the free-wheeling spirit of the hippies and the entrepreneurial zeal of the yuppies, and promotes the idea that the new information technologies will emancipate humanity.
posted on Sat Jan 07 13:10:13 UTC 2023 by AM1010101 | view on HN
posted on Sat Jan 07 14:28:08 UTC 2023 by avinassh | view on HN
The article is about a programmer who, after taking some time off, has realized that she is not as good at interviews as she thought she was.
posted on Sat Jan 07 15:12:07 UTC 2023 by achenet | view on HN
The article discusses a study of how healthy meat substitutes are, which found that many products have a low absorption of essential minerals due to high levels of phytates.
posted on Fri Jan 06 18:16:54 UTC 2023 by taylorhughes | view on HN
The article discusses how the author's photo sharing app, Cluster, has slowly found new users and stayed afloat despite heavy competition, largely due to the author's commitment to maintaining the app.
posted on Sat Jan 07 02:53:39 UTC 2023 by MississippiGary | view on HN
The article is about a sea otter that was captured, given a transmitter, and then released.
posted on Fri Jan 06 00:43:15 UTC 2023 by greatNespresso | view on HN
The article discusses the idea of automation, and how it is a balance between productivity and consistency gains versus the time it would take to cover all edge cases. The author argues that automation is not always the best solution, and sometimes it is better to semi-automate or do the task by hand.
posted on Fri Jan 06 11:37:07 UTC 2023 by the_origami_fox | view on HN
This is part 1 of a 3 part series on denoising diffusion probabilistic models for AI art generation from first principles in Julia, with the goal of explaining how they work from first principles and implementing a full working model.
posted on Sat Jan 07 02:55:18 UTC 2023 by ignored | view on HN
The article tells the story of how Charlie Parker's death led to Miles Davis' success.
posted on Thu Jan 05 20:11:02 UTC 2023 by psanford | view on HN
This article is discussing how passwords are necessary for encryption technologies to prevent prosecutors from side-stepping one’s Fifth Amendment rights and how the messaging around password-based cryptographic functions is complicated.