Quiet Hacker News

  1. At Japan’s cliffs, he's walked more than 600 people back from the edge (2018) (latimes.com)
  2. BTrDB: Berkeley Tree Database (btrdb.io)
  3. How Id built Wolfenstein 3D using Commander Keen tech (gamasutra.com)
  4. How Discount Brokerages Make Money (kalzumeus.com)
  5. GDPR Enforcement Tracker: List of GDPR fines (enforcementtracker.com)
  6. How to Make Apple’s Mac Pro Holes (saccade.com)
  7. What's Salesforce? (tryretool.com)
  8. Google proposal: LLVM implementation of libc (lists.llvm.org)
  9. Snagging Parking Spaces with Mask R-CNN and Python (medium.com)
  10. Debugging Your Startup (atrium.co)
  11. Lyme Disease Cases Are Exploding (elemental.medium.com)
  12. U.S. Tech Companies Sidestep a Ban, to Keep Selling to Huawei (nytimes.com)
  13. Implement with Types, Not Your Brain (reasonablypolymorphic.com)
  14. Elastic SIEM – Security Information and Event Management (elastic.co)
  15. AI Models Predict Breast Cancer with Radiologist-Level Accuracy (ibm.com)
  16. San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Pass an E-Cigarette Ban (bloomberg.com)
  17. Tracing the Supply Chain Attack on Android (krebsonsecurity.com)
  18. YouTube should give users a way of knowing if a video has been altered (spencerdailey.com)
  19. Fuzzing vs. Property Testing (tedinski.com)
  20. Trump Signs Executive Order Compelling Disclosure of Prices in Health Care (wsj.com)
  21. Microsoft Flight Simulator (fsi.microsoftstudios.com)
  22. Learning Synths (learningsynths.ableton.com)
  23. Facebook, Libra, and the Long Game (stratechery.com)
  24. I bootstrapped my private-journaling project into a lifestyle business (indiehackers.com)
  25. Using Mechanical Turk to hide a surgeon's domestic violence charge (twitter.com)
  26. Toys ‘R’ Us, Back from the Dead, Will Open U.S. Stores in 2019 (bloomberg.com)
  27. The Game of Pogo (2011) [pdf] (cossdesign.com)
  28. ‘Dark patterns’ are steering many internet users into making bad decisions (latimes.com)
  29. 3P Web (thirdpartyweb.today)
  30. How judges added to the grim toll of opioids (reuters.com)