Quiet Hacker News

  1. Python vs. Rust for Neural Networks (ngoldbaum.github.io)
  2. Start Your Own ISP (startyourownisp.com)
  3. Kaspersky AV injected unique ID allowing sites to track users in incognito mode (heise.de)
  4. Tech Interview Handbook (yangshun.github.io)
  5. Ruffle – An Adobe Flash Player Written in Rust Compiled to WebAssembly (github.com)
  6. Apple will soon treat online web tracking the same as a security vulnerability (thenextweb.com)
  7. Why doesn't Britain make things any more? (2011) (theguardian.com)
  8. Psychology vs. the Graphics Pipeline (2017) (scattered-thoughts.net)
  9. Animal movies promote awareness, not harm, say researchers (ox.ac.uk)
  10. Show HN: Saag as a Service – macronutrient-portioned Indian spinach curry (saag.pashi.com)
  11. Software architects should be involved in earliest system engineering activities (insights.sei.cmu.edu)
  12. The League of Entropy Is Making Randomness Truly Random (onezero.medium.com)
  13. São Paulo’s Outdoor Advertising Ban (2016) (99percentinvisible.org)
  14. Parsing JSON Is a Minefield (2018) (seriot.ch)
  15. Two quakes in two days, no warning from ShakeAlertLA (latimes.com)
  16. Flying with Miniature Horses (nytimes.com)
  17. General Balanced Trees (1999) [pdf] (user.it.uu.se)
  18. How Life Sciences Work (guzey.com)
  19. The first solar road has turned out to be a disappointing failure (sciencealert.com)
  20. Cephaloponderings (putanumonit.com)
  21. GNU Parallel 2018 (zenodo.org)
  22. The Software Arts (news.ucsc.edu)
  23. With friends like these (blogs.perl.org)
  24. Seymour Cray: An Appreciation (1997) (cs.man.ac.uk)
  25. Show HN: distri: a Linux distribution to research fast package management (michael.stapelberg.ch)
  26. Recording Browser Interactions and Generating Test Scripts (github.com)
  27. Virgin Media (UK) stores passwords in plain text, sends them through the mail (twitter.com)
  28. The Dawn of the Age of Geoengineering (elidourado.com)
  29. Deep Operation (en.wikipedia.org)
  30. Starting an ISP is hard, don’t do it (slashgeek.net)