Top Posts for June 15, 2017

Developers who use spaces make more money than those who use tabs Summary: I did several other visual examinations of possible confounding factors (such as level of education or company size), and found basically the same results: spaces beat tabs within every group. Keywords: tabs, spaces, salary, developers, developer Full article on stackoverflow.blog | 881 Points and 663 Comments Telegram founder: US intelligence tried to bribe us to weaken encryption Summary: Pavel Durov, the Russian founder of the popular secure messaging app Telegram has revealed in a series of tweets that U.

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Top Posts for June 14, 2017

Show HN: Get Paid to Build Your Next Side Project Summary: Many podcasts nowadays have annoying ads that interrupt the content - this problem has been solved a long time ago for websites by AdBlock and similar browser plugins. Keywords: day, google, time, tracking, company Full article on demandrush.com | 1101 Points and 451 Comments The Konami exodus Summary: Those words were contained in a letter that Japanese gaming giant Konami sent last fall to Hideo Kojima, the renowned creator of the company’s hit “Metal Gear” series.

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Top Posts for June 13, 2017

Verizon closes $4.5B acquisition of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer resigns Summary: The sale of Yahoo is another sign of the massive consolidation that continues to happen in the world of online media and content, as large companies look to bring together multiple audiences for economies of scale to build out stronger advertising businesses in competition with the likes of Google and Facebook. Keywords: yahoo, brands, people, verizon, today Full article on techcrunch.

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Top Posts for June 12, 2017

How is GNU yes so fast? Full article on reddit.com | 872 Points and 334 Comments Reverse engineering guide for beginners: Methodology and tools Full article on 0x00sec.org | 801 Points and 63 Comments #c0ffee is the color Summary: Use STRICT to limit the list to 100% valid HEX words as opposed to the default output which contains 0157 disguised as OIST (limited/ intuitive 1337 ). Keywords: words, hex, valid, colors, letters

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Top Posts for June 11, 2017

Hackers Are Hijacking Phone Numbers and Breaking into Email, Bank Accounts Summary: CLOSE More Options Keywords: close, options Full article on forbes.com | 650 Points and 362 Comments Inkscape Moves to GitLab Summary: Tools exist to convert from bzr to git branches, but a lot of testing and experimentation was conducted to make sure this large project would translate correctly. Keywords: inkscape, project, platform, system, developers Full article on inkscape.

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Top Posts for June 10, 2017

Please Make Google AMP Optional Summary: One of my big asks at the time was to give users a way to get to the original link, instead of only being able to see google’s cached version of the URL in the browser’s tab. Keywords: amp, google, don, url, realized Full article on alexkras.com | 1146 Points and 436 Comments Area code 710 Summary: The addition of 710 in the Northeast, 810 in the South (plus Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky) and 910 west of the Mississippi allowed each major city one or more local exchange prefixes in the special area code.

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Top Posts for June 9, 2017

$80k/month App Store Scam Summary: So, aside from the obvious moral wrongs of exploiting the vulnerable for profit, it’s extremely disheartening to know that some developers are becoming financially successful the easy and unethical way — by making bogus apps that take a few hours to code, and whose functionality is purely to steal from the less well-informed. Keywords: app, apple, store, apps, top Full article on medium.com | 716 Points and 195 Comments

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Top Posts for June 8, 2017

SoftBank Agrees to Buy Boston Dynamics From Alphabet Summary: “Typically, when Son makes a big acquisition, the markets are worried,” said Tomoaki Kawasaki, an analyst at Iwai Cosmo Securities Co. “If this deal goes through the Vision Fund, no one will fret about the impact on SoftBank’s balance sheet.” Keywords: softbank, company, robotics, boston, dynamics Full article on bloomberg.com | 566 Points and 215 Comments Redditors design worst volume sliders possible Summary: Hope you enjoy consuming this content as much as I did.

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Top Posts for June 7, 2017

“Let her speak please” Full article on facebook.com | 995 Points and 646 Comments A subway-style diagram of the major Roman roads, based on the Empire ca. 125 AD Summary: Huge shoutout to: Stanford’s ORBIS model , The Pelagios Project , and the Antonine Itinerary (found a full PDF online but lost the url). Keywords: roads, road, real, names, rome Full article on sashat.me | 752 Points and 101 Comments

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Top Posts for June 6, 2017

Show HN: Monica, an open-source CRM to manage friends and family Summary: Monica is for people who have jobs, a family, and are busy trying to find a good work/life balance. Keywords: monica, remember, life, people, busy Full article on monicahq.com | 1097 Points and 563 Comments Alex Honnold Scales El Capitan Without Ropes, and the Climbing World Reels Summary: Honnold, 31, has become famous for eye-popping ascents that rely on his unique blend of athleticism and mental focus, ascending Yosemite’s Half Dome and Zion National Park’s Moonlight Buttress.

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Top Posts for June 5, 2017

Apple adds a tracker blocker to desktop Safari Summary: Apple’s SVP of software engineering, Craig Federighi, unveiled the incoming Safari feature — which it’s calling “intelligent tracking prevention” — onstage at its developer conference, WWDC, drawing applause and a handful of appreciative “woos” from the crowd. Keywords: apple, users, cookies, tracking, data Full article on techcrunch.com | 517 Points and 286 Comments Secret Dots from Printer Outed NSA Leaker Summary: The NSA almost certainly has a record of who used the printer at that time.

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Top Posts for June 4, 2017

On average, skipping college and investing tuition costs nets a higher return Summary: In other words, a student planning on enrolling in college would generate higher returns entering the labor force and investing tuition into the stock market 90% of the time. Keywords: college, roi, school, tuition, market Full article on erikrood.com | 739 Points and 640 Comments A list of practical projects that anyone can solve in any programming language Summary: Bandwidth Monitor - A small utility program that tracks how much data you have uploaded and downloaded from the net during the course of your current online session.

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Top Posts for June 3, 2017

Accidentally destroyed production database on first day of a job Full article on np.reddit.com | 740 Points and 265 Comments A hands-on introduction to video technology: image, video, codec and more Summary: Now we have an idea about how an image is represented digitally, how its colors are arranged, how many bits per second do we spend to show a video, if it’s constant (CBR) or variable (VBR), with a given resolution using a given frame rate and many other terms such as interlaced, PAR and others.

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Top Posts for June 2, 2017

Network Protocols Summary: Those errors would take time to accumulate, but we don’t want our network devices to suddenly corrupt data after two years of uptime simply because we happened to send more binary 1s than 0s. Keywords: packet, packets, ethernet, tcp, data Full article on destroyallsoftware.com | 842 Points and 75 Comments 4D Toys: a box of four-dimensional toys Full article on marctenbosch.com | 575 Points and 138 Comments

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Top Posts for June 1, 2017

Facebook is an attack on the open web Summary: I’ve made exceptions a handful of times over the years, but as a general rule I refuse to link to anything on Facebook either, for the same reasons as Dave. Keywords: facebook, post, web, original, open Full article on daringfireball.net | 1635 Points and 420 Comments TLDR Stock Options Full article on tldroptions.io | 819 Points and 205 Comments Pinboard Acquires Delicious Summary: Founded in 2003, the site received funding from Union Square Ventures in 2005, and sold to Yahoo later that year for somewhere between $15-$30M.

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Top Posts for May 31, 2017

Fireflies Summary: Like Christmas lights gently floating in midair, fireflies always add a little bit of magic to the forests they live in. Keywords: fireflies, firefly, bit, scientists, bright Full article on ncase.me | 1243 Points and 89 Comments Kubernetes by Example Summary: Michael Hausenblas • 2017 • Kubernetes By Example Keywords: michael, hausenblas, kubernetes Full article on kubernetesbyexample.com | 612 Points and 132 Comments Kerbal Space Program Acquired by Take-Two Interactive Summary: We’re continuing to work closely with Blitworks on the updated version of KSP for consoles, which will be available on the Xbox and PSN digital stores when it is complete.

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Top Posts for May 30, 2017

SCOTUS: Patent Rights Over a Printer Cartridge Are Exhausted When It Is Sold Summary: and identity of purpose,” Bauer & Cie v. O’Donnell , 229 U. S. 1 , 13 (1913) , and many everyday products—“automobiles, microwaves, calculators, mobile phones, tablets, and personal computers”—are subject to both patent and copyright protections, see Kirtsaeng , 568 U. S., at 545; Brief for Costco Wholesale Corp. et al. as Amici Curiae 14–15.

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Top Posts for May 29, 2017

Why do so few people major in computer science? Summary: To say that immigrants are discouraging people from majoring in CS requires arguing that students are acutely aware of the level of the H1B cap, expect that it will be lifted at some point in the near future, and therefore find it too risky to enter this field because they think they’ll be competing with foreign workers on home soil.

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Top Posts for May 28, 2017

How to Sleep Summary: We’re sitting in a conference room at the San Marcos Treatment Center, just south of Austin, Texas, a space that has witnessed countless difficult conversations between troubled children, their worried parents, and clinical therapists. Keywords: sleep, people, caffeine, melatonin, make Full article on theatlantic.com | 649 Points and 265 Comments “They Basically Reset My Brain” Summary: They had all kinds of neuro training exercises and routines they put me through, but a lot of it was centered around meditation and intense emotional therapy sessions.

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Top Posts for May 27, 2017

View Counting at Reddit Summary: As an added benefit, using Redis alleviated many of our performance concerns by taking the CPU and memory-intensive portion of the counting application (HLL computations) out and moving that onto a dedicated server. Keywords: post, hll, counting, redis, event Full article on redditblog.com | 489 Points and 112 Comments A Year of Google and Apple Maps Summary: And in addition to the color changes, Google also flattened the map – eliminating the coastline dropshadows it had added just a couple years ago and removing most of the road casings:

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Top Posts for May 26, 2017

Linux Inside – How the Linux Kernel Works Summary: Questions/Suggestions : Feel free about any questions or suggestions by pinging me at twitter @0xAX , adding an issue or just drop me an email . Keywords: linux, kernel, insides, support, feel Full article on 0xax.gitbooks.io | 564 Points and 31 Comments Facebook’s tentacles reach further than people think Summary: Image copyrightShare LabImage caption Part of a huge flow chart mapping the influence and connections of Mark Zuckerberg The data our interactions provide feeds the complex algorithms that power the social media site, where, as Mr Joler puts it, our behaviour is transformed into a product.

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Top Posts for May 25, 2017

Why I Quit Being So Accommodating (1922) Summary: Until five years ago, if the city directory had told the truth, it would have listed after my name, as my real occupation, something like, “General Attender to Things,” or “Pinch Hitter,” or “Fine Old Scout.” I hope I am entitled in some measure to these designations even to-day. Keywords: business, father, joe, years, life Full article on mikecanex.wordpress.com | 866 Points and 316 Comments

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Top Posts for May 24, 2017

The largest Git repo Summary: People on my team were holding their breath that whole weekend, praying we weren’t going be pummeled by a mob of angry engineers who showed up Monday unable to get any work done. Keywords: git, gvfs, team, work, windows Full article on blogs.msdn.microsoft.com | 1053 Points and 403 Comments Little Things I Like to Do with Git Summary: This will log–all branches showing you the work that the specified –author has done –since midnight that day (but –no-merges ), and present a simplified –oneline overview.

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Top Posts for May 23, 2017

1Password Travel Mode: Protect your data when crossing borders Summary: Off I go from sunny Winnipeg to hopefully-sunnier San Jose, ready to cross the border knowing that my iPhone and my Mac no longer contain the vast majority of my sensitive information. Keywords: travel, mode, devices, data, turn Full article on blog.agilebits.com | 1004 Points and 521 Comments Helping a Million Developers Exit Vim Summary: In any case, next time you solve your problem through Stack Overflow, remember the hundreds of thousands of users who regularly ask, answer, edit, and moderate the site to make it all possible.

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Top Posts for May 22, 2017

U.S. top court tightens patent suit rules in blow to ‘patent trolls’ Summary: “Individuals and businesses in the U.S. have been unfairly required for decades to defend patent suits in far off locales adding cost, complexity and unpredictably to the intellectual property marketplace,” company Chief Executive Ted Gelov said. Keywords: patent, court, filed, suits, company Full article on reuters.com | 746 Points and 195 Comments Get your loved ones off Facebook Summary: There are marketplaces to buy and sell consumer data , originally started around credit agencies and direct mail companies, then growing with the browser toolbar industry when Internet Explorer was big - now they’re filled with more information than ever before.

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Top Posts for May 21, 2017

Windows 10 Enterprise ignores various privacy settings Summary: CloseCloseCloseCloseCloseCountryCodeFor customers ofUnited States40404(any)Canada21212(any)United Kingdom86444Vodafone, Orange, 3, O2Brazil40404Nextel, TIMHaiti40404Digicel, VoilaIreland51210Vodafone, O2India53000Bharti Airtel, Videocon, RelianceIndonesia89887AXIS, 3, Telkomsel, Indosat, XL AxiataItaly4880804Wind3424486444Vodafone » See SMS short codes for other countries Keywords: tweet, location, instant, love, add Full article on twitter.com | 467 Points and 255 Comments Linux utils that you might not know Summary: I encourage you to read through the documentation and update your knowledge on these wonderful tools that are installed out of box on our modern Linux distributions.

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Top Posts for May 20, 2017

Kill Google AMP before it kills the web Summary: Betts found content from Russia Today , an organisation 100 per cent funded by the Russian government and classified as propaganda by the Columbia Journalism Review and by the former US Secretary of State Keywords: google, amp, content, web, deal Full article on theregister.co.uk | 969 Points and 462 Comments Theresa May to create new internet controlled and regulated by government Summary: A demonstrator wears a mask depicting Britain’s Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party Theresa May, poses with a mock gravestone bearing the words “Hard Brexit, RIP”, during a protest photocall near the entrance 10 Downing Street in central London AFP/Getty Images

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Top Posts for May 19, 2017

Sweden drops Julian Assange rape investigation Summary: At a press briefing on Friday, Ms Ny said that by remaining in the embassy in London Mr Assange had evaded the exercise of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) that would have seen him extradited to Sweden. Keywords: mr, assange, sweden, arrest, case Full article on bbc.co.uk | 538 Points and 375 Comments Engineering management lessons (2014) Summary: Ignore it — the people who believe managers are useless don’t understand the dynamics of building a winning human organization.

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Top Posts for May 18, 2017

Let them paste passwords Summary: Rather than stopping password pasting, help your computers to avoid catching viruses in the first place by following our guidance on securing enterprise IT . Keywords: password, passwords, clipboard, pasting, spp Full article on ncsc.gov.uk | 694 Points and 365 Comments One Step Closer to a Closed Internet Summary: Today’s FCC vote to repeal and replace net neutrality protections brings us one step closer to a closed internet.

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Top Posts for May 17, 2017

A startup’s Firebase bill suddenly increased from $25 to $1750 per month Summary: Nice warning at the top showing it is not a valid measure — — yet the difference is in the hundreds of thousands of percent!I eventually got in touch with Firebase‘s Database team whom informed me that they changed how they report bandwidth to include the SSL overhead of requests. Keywords: firebase, service, change, mistakes, bill

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Top Posts for May 16, 2017

My Family’s Slave Summary: We’re sitting in a conference room at the San Marcos Treatment Center, just south of Austin, Texas, a space that has witnessed countless difficult conversations between troubled children, their worried parents, and clinical therapists. Keywords: lola, mom, years, parents, family Full article on theatlantic.com | 1419 Points and 606 Comments Maru OS – A complete desktop experience on a smartphone Full article on maruos.com | 652 Points and 251 Comments

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Top Posts for May 15, 2017

AI Playbook Summary: While there are dozens of excellent tutorials available on the web (once you’ve figured out what library or API you want to use - we’ve listed a few of our favorites in the Reference section), we felt a pre-tutorial – a “Chapter 0” if you will, was missing: something that would help you survey the landscape broadly; to give you a sense of what’s possible; and help you think about how you might use artificial intelligence techniques to make your software smarter, your users happier, and your business better.

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Top Posts for May 14, 2017

Lyft and Waymo Reach Deal to Collaborate on Self-Driving Cars Summary: Waymo’s self-driving minivan in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show in January.Credit Brett Carlsen for The New York Times SAN FRANCISCO — As the race to bring self-driving vehicles to the public intensifies, two of Silicon Valley’s most prominent players are teaming up. Keywords: waymo, lyft, uber, deal, technology Full article on nytimes.com | 719 Points and 371 Comments

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Top Posts for May 13, 2017

Accidentally Stopping a Global Cyber Attack Summary: While the domain was propagating, I ran the sample again in my virtual environment to be met with WannaCrypt ransom page; but more interestingly was that after encrypting the fake files I left there as a test, it started connecting out to random IP addresses on port 445 (used by SMB). Keywords: domain, malware, registered, ransomware, sample Full article on malwaretech.com | 1981 Points and 338 Comments

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Top Posts for May 12, 2017

Cyberattacks in 12 Nations Said to Use Leaked N.S.A. Hacking Tool Summary: During the Obama administration, the White House created a process to review software vulnerabilities discovered by intelligence agencies, and to determine which should be “stockpiled” for future offensive or defensive cyberoperations and which should be reported to the companies so that they could be fixed. Keywords: attacks, ransomware, friday, systems, data Full article on mobile.nytimes.com | 1248 Points and 478 Comments

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Top Posts for May 11, 2017

Recovering from Burnout and Depression Summary: My wife and I are both happily self-employed – she’s running a private therapy practice, and I’m helping creative entrepreneurs learn to build sustainable solo businesses. Keywords: burnout, work, time, things, working Full article on kierantie.com | 587 Points and 254 Comments Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber is going to trial, judge rules Summary: In an earlier decision, Alsup said he would release his ruling on both the motion to compel arbitration and the preliminary injunction under seal to both company’s lawyers before making them public.

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Top Posts for May 10, 2017

A crashed advertisement reveals logs of a facial recognition system Summary: CloseCloseCloseCloseCloseCountryCodeFor customers ofUnited States40404(any)Canada21212(any)United Kingdom86444Vodafone, Orange, 3, O2Brazil40404Nextel, TIMHaiti40404Digicel, VoilaIreland51210Vodafone, O2India53000Bharti Airtel, Videocon, RelianceIndonesia89887AXIS, 3, Telkomsel, Indosat, XL AxiataItaly4880804Wind3424486444Vodafone » See SMS short codes for other countries Keywords: tweet, location, instant, love, add Full article on twitter.com | 1450 Points and 522 Comments CockroachDB 1.0 Summary: In addition to support for zero-downtime, rolling upgrades and certificate rotation, we are happy to announce a feature available specifically as part of our CockroachDB Enterprise offering: distributed, incremental backup and restore.

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Top Posts for May 9, 2017

Get started making music Summary: Many types of music are created in exactly this way — by mixing and matching small musical ideas to make interesting combinations, and then changing those combinations over time. Keywords: music, combinations, started, making, boxes Full article on learningmusic.ableton.com | 2106 Points and 461 Comments CPU Utilization is Wrong Summary: CPU utilization has become a deeply misleading metric: it includes cycles waiting on main memory, which can dominate modern workloads.

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Top Posts for May 8, 2017

Net neutrality is in jeopardy again Summary: Without net neutrality, ISPs could decide you’ve watched too many cat videos in one day, and throttle your Internet speeds — leaving you behind on the latest Maru memes. Keywords: net, neutrality, internet, mozilla, fcc Full article on blog.mozilla.org | 928 Points and 373 Comments Uncensorable Wikipedia on IPFS Summary: We’ve been in discussions with many groups about the potential of this kind of thing, and how it could help billions of people around the world to access information better – either free of censorship, or circumventing serious bandwidth or latency constraints.

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Top Posts for May 7, 2017

Wikimedia Foundation spending Summary: At that point there are several large corporations (Google and Facebook come to mind) that will be more than happy to pay off the debts, take over the encyclopedia, fire the WMF staff, and start running Wikipedia as a profit-making platform. Keywords: spending, wmf, wikipedia, cancer, years Full article on en.wikipedia.org | 1054 Points and 406 Comments The great British Brexit robbery Summary: The company, SCL Elections, went on to be bought by Robert Mercer, a secretive hedge fund billionaire, renamed Cambridge Analytica, and achieved a certain notoriety as the data analytics firm that played a role in both Trump and Brexit campaigns.

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Top Posts for May 6, 2017

Why does Google prepend while(1); to their JSON responses? Summary: Evil websites on other domains can’t make AJAX requests to get this data due to the same-origin policy, but they can include the URL via a tag. Keywords: json, script, tag, object, javascript Full article on stackoverflow.com | 598 Points and 110 Comments Sorting Two Tons of Lego, the Software Side Summary: I used some of the ideas in the book to rescue a project that was due in a couple of days where someone had managed to drop a coin into the only prototype of a Novix based Forth computer that was supposed to be used for a demonstration of automatic license plate recognition.

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Top Posts for May 5, 2017

The Horror in the Standard Library Summary: If you’re looking to duplicate this issue pull the latest ZeroTierOne repo, set up a simple network controller, and then bang heavily on the JSON API with POST requests using siege or another web stress testing tool. Keywords: memory, code, problem, things, leak Full article on zerotier.com | 830 Points and 216 Comments Ngrok: Secure tunnels to localhost Summary: @philadamsngrok: moved ~/bin already, the web inspector is gold @pedromelongrok, probably the best tool I have started to use for my webwork since firebug also great support @inconshreveable @Botto#ngrok is a dream for testing localhost with remote APIs!

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Top Posts for May 4, 2017

Uber faces criminal probe over software used to evade authorities Summary: The program was part of a broader Uber system, called Violation of Terms of Service, that analyzed credit card, device identification, location data and other factors to predict whether a request for a ride was legitimate, current and former employees said. Keywords: uber, greyball, company, criminal, service Full article on reuters.com | 883 Points and 559 Comments Something is wrong when the ‘telephone app’ on your phone becomes 3rd party Summary: After reading this, the first thing I did was to send an email to the Wileyfox support to kindly ask for a way to uninstall the app and recover the the default dialler .

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Top Posts for May 3, 2017

Root – Programmable bank account for software developers Summary: Your Root account comes with a programmable MasterCard card, which lets you write code that interacts with transactions in real-time. Keywords: account, code, root, programmable, meet Full article on root.co.za | 1015 Points and 408 Comments Prepack helps make JavaScript code more efficient Summary: Prepack individual functions, basic blocks, statements, expressions Full ES6 Conformance Generalize support for module systems Assuming ES6 support for certain features, delay / ignore application of Polyfills Implement further compatibility targets, in particular the web and node.

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Top Posts for May 2, 2017

CRISPR eliminates HIV-1 infection in live animals Summary: Finally, in humanized bone marrow/liver/thymus (BLT) mice with chronic HIV-1 infection, successful proviral excision was detected by PCR genotyping in the spleen, lungs, heart, colon, and brain after a single intravenous injection of quadruplex sgRNAs/saCas9 AAV-DJ/8. Keywords: quadruplex, vector, mice, proviral, excision Full article on sciencedirect.com | 1455 Points and 239 Comments SQL is 43 years old – Here’s why we still use it today Summary: SQLizer makes converting files into SQL databases quick and painless so you don’t need to fiddle around writing scripts all day and you can get some real work done.

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Top Posts for May 1, 2017

Getting Started with Headless Chrome Summary: If you’re using Headless programmatically, this page is also a powerful debugging tool for seeing all the raw DevTools protocol commands going across the wire, communicating with the browser. Keywords: chrome, headless, browser, page, devtools Full article on developers.google.com | 657 Points and 121 Comments Intel platforms from 2008 onwards have a remotely exploitable security hole Summary: The short version is that every Intel platform with AMT, ISM, and SBT from Nehalem in 2008 to Kaby Lake in 2017 has a remotely exploitable security hole in the ME (Management Engine) not CPU firmware.

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Top Posts for April 30, 2017

Why Use Postgres? Summary: HyperLogLog and other sketch algorithms can be extremely common across large datasets and distributed systems, but it’s especially exciting to find them pretty close to out of the box in Postgres. Keywords: postgres, replication, years, data, database Full article on craigkerstiens.com | 568 Points and 225 Comments First introduction to LaTeX Summary: When writing the contents of your document, if you need to start a new paragraph you must hit the “Enter” key twice (to insert a double blank line).

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Top Posts for April 29, 2017

Show HN: Sorting Two Metric Tons of Lego Summary: As I wrote above the prototype was made from Lego, the current one is a hodge-podge of re-purposed industrial gear, copious quantities of crazy glue and a heavily modified home running trainer that provides the frame to attach all the bits and pieces to. Keywords: lego, parts, part, lot, time Full article on jacquesmattheij.com | 1264 Points and 211 Comments

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Top Posts for April 28, 2017

The Boring Company [video] Full article on boringcompany.com | 836 Points and 682 Comments Stupid security things Summary: But the pièce de résistance came with this exchange where, with what I assume was a straight face, Betfair kindly advised that Paul would be breaching their terms if he gave his email address and birth date to anyone else: Keywords: security, password, thing, email, address Full article on troyhunt.com | 609 Points and 159 Comments

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Top Posts for April 27, 2017

Rust 1.17 Summary: Rust cannot automatically detect this location , and while we were working on the neccesary changes, they did not make it in time for this release. Keywords: build, rust, cargo, documentation, features Full article on blog.rust-lang.org | 551 Points and 319 Comments Teller Reveals His Secrets (2012) Summary: You say (for example), “The queen of hearts.” I take the deck in my mouth, bite down and groan and wiggle to suggest that your card is going down my throat, through my intestines, into my bloodstream and finally into my right foot.

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