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Headspace vs. Calm: The Meditation Battle That’s Anything but Zen (wsj.com) Apple
38 points by yarapavan 2 hours ago | 22 comments
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Utah ISP blocking internet and using DNS to show ads; says it's required by law (richsnapp.com) Google
802 points by snapwich 17 hours ago | 275 comments
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String tokenization in C (blogspot.com) Programming
145 points by throwaway2419 58 minutes ago | 104 comments
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Stellar Consensus Protocol and Federated Byzantine Agreement (achainofblocks.com) Blockchain
68 points by acob 14 hours ago | 16 comments
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Hubble finds far-away planet vanishing at record speed (phys.org) Science
77 points by dnetesn 23 hours ago | 13 comments
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China’s Economy Slows Sharply (nytimes.com) Politics
370 points by prostoalex 16 hours ago | 239 comments
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Red Hat Contributes Etcd, the Cornerstone of Kubernetes, to the Cloud Native (redhat.com) Microsoft
245 points by pplonski86 15 hours ago | 34 comments
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China introduces ‘social’ punishments for scientific misconduct (nature.com) Science
65 points by sndean 15 hours ago | 79 comments
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Rare brain-eating amoebas killed woman who rinsed her sinuses with tap water (seattletimes.com) Science
149 points by prostoalex 17 hours ago | 188 comments
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Everything you should know about certificates and PKI but are too afraid to ask (smallstep.com) Security
377 points by zodvik 6 hours ago | 52 comments
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How AI Training Scales (openai.com) Data Science AI/Machine Learning
170 points by giacaglia 18 hours ago | 14 comments
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Pictures from the Eastern Bloc in the 80s (chrisniedenthal.com) Politics
196 points by danielam 21 hours ago | 109 comments
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Delightful Animations (rolandleth.com) Design
36 points by wallflower 14 hours ago | 20 comments
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An experiment in controlling how much of Scrabble is luck (nautil.us) Math
70 points by dnetesn 23 hours ago | 57 comments
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Simulated Dendrochronology of US Immigration 1790-2016 (northeastern.edu) Science
70 points by adzm 9 hours ago | 14 comments
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Robinhood launches 3% checking account (techcrunch.com) Startups
967 points by ccwilson10 19 hours ago | 659 comments
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Google One (google.com) Google
238 points by binaryanomaly 3 hours ago | 358 comments
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Once We Start Geoengineering, We Won't Be Able to Stop (gizmodo.com) Science
7 points by onetimemanytime 1 hours ago | 4 comments
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Re: “‬How does writing CSS in JS make it any more maintainable?” (github.com) Programming
118 points by playpause 1 hours ago | 133 comments
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Poland in the 80's Through the Lens of French/Swiss Photographer Bruno Barbey (imgur.com) Facebook Politics
206 points by curtis 2 hours ago | 114 comments
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Show HN: Minimal Google Analytics Snippet (minimalanalytics.com) Programming Google
167 points by davidkuennen 17 hours ago | 68 comments
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T-Mobile, Sprint see U.S. security approval for deal after Huawei concessions (reuters.com) Politics
42 points by tareqak 12 hours ago | 18 comments
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USB Killer, yours for $50, lets you easily fry almost every device (arstechnica.com) Mobile
56 points by koolba 13 hours ago | 43 comments
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Professor who knew Gates at Harvard: He was the smartest person I've ever met (businessinsider.com) Science AI/Machine Learning
6 points by rmason 11 hours ago | 2 comments
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How a Dubious Forensic Science Spread Like a Virus (propublica.org) Science
23 points by shawndumas 6 hours ago | 2 comments
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Chinese Hackers Breach U.S. Navy Contractors (wsj.com) Security Politics
80 points by propman 12 hours ago | 60 comments
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Health is a human right (dawn.com) Politics
17 points by baybal2 1 hours ago | 12 comments
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I'm Jonna Mendez, the Former Chief of Disguise for the CIA. Ask Me Anything (reddit.com) Politics
8 points by jpatokal 10 hours ago | 0 comments
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Congress just voted to legalize hemp (vox.com) Politics
122 points by gdubs 10 hours ago | 64 comments
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Instead of Writing a Thousand Words, Part One: Ideas (laphamsquarterly.org) Programming
81 points by prismatic 11 hours ago | 6 comments
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