Quiet Hacker News

  1. WeWork’s CEO Makes Millions as Landlord to WeWork (wsj.com)
  2. Nuclear – Popcorn Time for music (github.com)
  3. DOJ: Hackers broke into an SEC database and made millions from inside info (cnbc.com)
  4. After GDPR, The New York Times cut off ad exchanges and kept growing ad revenue (digiday.com)
  5. Elsevier journal editors resign, start rival open-access journal (insidehighered.com)
  6. Illinois Bet on Video Gambling and Lost (features.propublica.org)
  7. Airbnb and security camera disclosure (jeffreybigham.com)
  8. 2 founders are not always better than 1 (mitsloan.mit.edu)
  9. MongoDB removed from RHEL 8 beta due to license (access.redhat.com)
  10. I'm going to work full-time on free software (drewdevault.com)
  11. Route of a Text Message (scottbot.net)
  12. How to teach Git (rachelcarmena.github.io)
  13. Who Really Built the First Electric Rock ‘n’ Roll Guitar? (collectorsweekly.com)
  14. Sacklers Directed Efforts to Mislead Public About OxyContin, Documents Indicate (nytimes.com)
  15. Reverse engineering GoDaddy's tracking script (lolware.net)
  16. Show HN: Postmake – A directory of tools and resources for your projects (postmake.io)
  17. Demystifying Radix Trees: How Radix trees made blocking IPs 5000 times faster (blog.sqreen.io)
  18. Biotech Company's Pig Vaccine Leads to New Alzheimer's Approach (bloombergquint.com)
  19. Thriller Queens: Agatha Christie vs. Patricia Highsmith (thetimes.co.uk)
  20. Migrate Jest to TypeScript (github.com)
  21. Cleaning restaurant floor for $1000 per night (reddit.com)
  22. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on what it means to be “an African writer” (newstatesman.com)
  23. Show HN: Shiny.js simulates reflections on the web for mobile devices (github.com)
  24. 99% code coverage (2017) (rachelcarmena.github.io)
  25. No more XS4ALL is unthinkable (lgms.nl)
  26. Startup Playbook (2015) (playbook.samaltman.com)
  27. The curious case of the Raspberry Pi in the network closet (blog.haschek.at)
  28. Strongest opponents of GM foods know the least but think they know the most (theguardian.com)
  29. DuckDuckGo will use Apple Maps (spreadprivacy.com)
  30. Why is cognitive function impaired at high altitude? (outsideonline.com)