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posted on Sun Jan 08 13:55:34 UTC 2023 by smusamashah | view on HN
The article is about a person using AI to generate art for a 2.5D point and click style game, and the difficulties they encountered.
posted on Sun Jan 08 15:00:10 UTC 2023 by yoelo | view on HN
The article discusses why some people might want to short Tether, a crypto asset pegged to the US dollar or some other fiat currency, due to the company's lack of transparency and shady business practices.
posted on Sun Jan 08 14:22:30 UTC 2023 by fanpu | view on HN
This post covers some common mistakes made by LaTeX practitioners, and how to address them.
posted on Sun Jan 08 14:47:27 UTC 2023 by iamflimflam1 | view on HN
The article discusses the fact that large language models are good at generating plausible text, but they are not necessarily good at generating truthful text.
posted on Sun Jan 08 15:20:34 UTC 2023 by firstSpeaker | view on HN
In 1968, researcher John Calhoun introduced four mouse couples into a specially designed pen with limited space and observed the effects of overcrowding on mouse behavior, which he termed a "behavioral sink."
posted on Sun Jan 08 11:01:39 UTC 2023 by tosh | view on HN
Plover is a free, open source stenography engine that allows users to write into any program at speeds of over 200 words per minute.
posted on Sun Jan 08 03:46:21 UTC 2023 by connor11528 | view on HN
The article discusses how companies that were once the face of the anti-establishment startup world become the very sort of business that they were built to destroy, due to the need to keep growing.
posted on Sun Jan 08 09:39:20 UTC 2023 by lastdong | view on HN
The article discusses the non-destructive workflow of Gimel Studio, which is powered by nodes.
posted on Sun Jan 08 03:51:42 UTC 2023 by todsacerdoti | view on HN
This article is part of a series on how to setup a bare-metal CI system for Linux driver development, and discusses using containers to run test jobs in order to provide transport, deployment, isolation, and caching of test environments.
posted on Sun Jan 08 07:02:14 UTC 2023 by philonoist | view on HN
The article discusses how OOP can be done in any language, but the discipline of the programmer is what ultimately produces well designed code.
posted on Sun Jan 08 08:20:03 UTC 2023 by camtarn | view on HN
The article discusses the effect of nearby timpani strokes on horn playing, presenting examples of disruptive interactions that occur.
posted on Sun Jan 08 02:23:54 UTC 2023 by zdw | view on HN
The article discusses the differences between AMD's RDNA 2 and RDNA 3 architectures. RDNA 3 aims to massively scale up compared to RDNA 2 and has a tweaked cache setup at all levels to deliver increased bandwidth.
posted on Sat Jan 07 16:05:13 UTC 2023 by sbuttgereit | view on HN
posted on Fri Jan 06 21:26:05 UTC 2023 by luu | view on HN
posted on Sun Jan 08 03:53:12 UTC 2023 by eddsh1994 | view on HN
posted on Sun Jan 08 16:17:40 UTC 2023 by tinchoRSM | view on HN
The article discusses the website GitHub and how it is used by developers. GitHub is a website where developers can share code and collaborate on projects.
posted on Sat Jan 07 07:08:45 UTC 2023 by Thevet | view on HN
The article discusses how medieval manuscript illuminations can reveal much about the exteriors and interiors of a peasant’s house, including the challenges to determining if these are accurate portrayals of a typical house.
posted on Sun Jan 08 14:00:54 UTC 2023 by robtherobber | view on HN
posted on Sat Jan 07 12:47:09 UTC 2023 by ingve | view on HN
The MEGA65's graphics system is more powerful than the Amiga's.
posted on Sat Jan 07 22:42:36 UTC 2023 by samclemens | view on HN
The partnership of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb is a beautiful anachronism that has produced 4,888 pages over the course of 50 years, including the multivolume, still unfinished saga that is Caro’s biography of Lyndon B. Johnson.
posted on Sun Jan 08 11:20:44 UTC 2023 by robin_reala | view on HN
The article discusses various improvements to the fish shell, including a new pager function, more flexible abbreviations, and a new subcommand to print the modification time stamp for files.
posted on Sun Jan 08 06:39:52 UTC 2023 by peter_d_sherman | view on HN
The article discusses the DelphiVCL and DelphiFMX libraries for Python, which are a set of Python modules that put the robust and mature VCL and FireMonkey (FMX) GUI libraries in the hands of Python developers.
posted on Sun Jan 08 02:21:34 UTC 2023 by zdw | view on HN
The article discusses three mistakes that can be made when using SDL, which is a software development library. The first mistake is not using a shell script that comes with SDL2, which can help with differences between platforms. The second mistake is including SDL2 in the include path, which can result in subtly broken builds. The third mistake is not surrendering control of the main function to SDL, which can cause problems.
posted on Sun Jan 08 07:00:02 UTC 2023 by ea016 | view on HN
The article is about a company called PhotoRoom that makes a mobile app for editing photos. The app has won some awards and is used by millions of people around the world. The company is looking for an API Engineer to help improve the app. The position pays 65-100 thousand Euros per year, depending on experience, and comes with some benefits like relocation assistance and language lessons.
posted on Sun Jan 08 04:57:10 UTC 2023 by gricardo99 | view on HN
The article discusses a new kind of solar panel that is much more efficient than previous models at converting water into hydrogen and oxygen.
posted on Sun Jan 08 14:38:25 UTC 2023 by nixcraft | view on HN
The article discusses how Apple was fined by the French data protection authority, CNIL, for illegally harvesting iPhone owners’ data for targeted ads without proper consent.
posted on Sun Jan 08 13:33:07 UTC 2023 by Emigre_ | view on HN
The article discusses the author's experiments with the Intel P4 processor and prefetching, and how they found that prefetching 928 bytes ahead was faster than prefetching 128 bytes ahead.
posted on Sat Jan 07 17:52:08 UTC 2023 by giuliomagnifico | view on HN
The article discusses how RISC-V is coming of age in the new era of hardware security challenges, and how its open architecture allows it to be examined closely on an ongoing basis.
posted on Fri Jan 06 15:35:33 UTC 2023 by mutant_self | view on HN
The article discusses how some people seem to write data programming code as if they hate themselves, and how the Pandas API may be too difficult for its users.
posted on Sun Jan 08 16:56:05 UTC 2023 by hindsightbias | view on HN