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Winds 2.0: It’s Time to Revive RSS (getstream.io) Facebook
97 points by tschellenbach 2 hours ago | 59 comments
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Technology Sneak Peek: Real-Time Ray Tracing with Unreal Engine (unrealengine.com) Google
137 points by mariuz 7 hours ago | 56 comments
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The end of Iridium flares? (heavens-above.com) Science
79 points by ColinWright 4 hours ago | 27 comments
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When to raise a Series A (ycombinator.com) Startups
153 points by akharris 7 hours ago | 42 comments
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Forget “Earth-Like”–We’ll First Find Aliens on Eyeball Planets (nautil.us) Science
226 points by dnetesn 13 hours ago | 130 comments
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A 20-year Follow-Up to an Early Childhood Stimulation Program in Jamaica (povertyactionlab.org) Science
38 points by okfine 4 hours ago | 9 comments
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Amazon Pushes Facial Recognition to Police, Prompting Outcry Over Surveillance (nytimes.com) AI/Machine Learning
276 points by Jerry2 8 hours ago | 211 comments
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WayUp (YC W15) is hiring back end engineers to guide students in their careers (grnh.se) Startups
1 points by jdotjdot 1 hours ago | None comments
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Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory–Retention Quality and Quantity Over Time (nih.gov) Security
12 points by bookofjoe 2 hours ago | 4 comments
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What is the maximum number of balls that can be juggled by a human (fermatslibrary.com) Microsoft Math
51 points by mgdo 6 hours ago | 22 comments
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QuitGenius (YC W18) raises $2M to help 100,000 people quit smoking (techcrunch.com) Startups
34 points by nafizh 3 hours ago | 50 comments
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Show HN: 1 kB JavaScript framework for building web applications (github.com) Programming
214 points by starbuzz 7 hours ago | 104 comments
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Fun with SQL: Recursive CTEs in Postgres (citusdata.com) Databases
179 points by jesperht 13 hours ago | 82 comments
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Show HN: Grayscale the Web: A Chrome extension to help avoid mindless browsing (google.com) Programming
92 points by devastora 9 hours ago | 45 comments
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The World’s Best Violins Sing Like Humans (atlasobscura.com) Science
39 points by jesperht 6 hours ago | 21 comments
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Every Cell in Your Body Has the Same DNA. Except It Doesn’t (nytimes.com) Science
128 points by bookofjoe 7 hours ago | 127 comments
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The Verge Cryptocurrency is currently being hacked again. Here's how (self post) (theabacus.io) Blockchain
87 points by dzgoldman 8 hours ago | 44 comments
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As Population Growth Slows, Populism Surges (nytimes.com) Politics
18 points by rinze 6 hours ago | 4 comments
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Giant predatory worms invaded France, but scientists just noticed them (washingtonpost.com) Science
69 points by wglb 6 hours ago | 50 comments
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General Thinking Tools: Mental Models to Solve Difficult Problems (fs.blog) AI/Machine Learning
82 points by BerislavLopac 5 hours ago | 8 comments
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The Giant Planets in the Solar System Stunted the Growth of Mars (universetoday.com) Science
66 points by rbanffy 13 hours ago | 9 comments
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YubiKey comes to the iPhone (yubico.com) Mobile
105 points by throwwwafgk 10 hours ago | 54 comments
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The Philip Cross Affair (org.uk) Facebook Politics
60 points by anonymouslee 5 hours ago | 15 comments
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Plaid in Canada (plaid.com) Mobile
122 points by jessedhillon 9 hours ago | 51 comments
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How Russians Trolls Won American Hearts and Minds (qz.com) Facebook Politics
6 points by hashamali 22 minutes ago | 0 comments
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82-Year-Old Japanese Woman Finds Success in Coding (aarp.org) Apple
675 points by joering2 4 hours ago | 192 comments
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Facebook is full of could-be CEOs – but no one ever leaves (recode.net) Facebook
94 points by SREinSF 8 hours ago | 79 comments
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The Hard Truth at Newspapers Across America: Hedge Funds Are in Charge (bloomberg.com) Facebook
14 points by petethomas 10 hours ago | 3 comments
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Principles for Success by Ray Dalio in a Video Form (youtube.com) AI/Machine Learning
10 points by otasevic 2 hours ago | 0 comments
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to Elm (azer.bike) Programming
105 points by roadbeats 9 hours ago | 46 comments
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