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Links shared between Lobste.rs, Hacker News, and /r/Programming in the last 3 days.

Each entry contains links to the submission on each site, and the submission's Score and number of Comments. If the ratio of comments to score exceeds 1.25, the topic is deemed to be controversial.

This page was generated 2021-10-22 02:14:20+0200. It usually updates hourly. About this project. Changelog. Monthly archives.

First seen on Lobste.rs as Reasons to consider NOT switching to Linux on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as Reasons to consider NOT switching to Linux, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Web scraping by watching requests on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by Tazeg. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Web Scraping by Watching Requests, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as Announcing Rust 1.56.0 and Rust 2021 on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by myroon5. Score 219, comments 33  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Rust 1.56.0 and Rust 2021, submitted by steveklabnik. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(6)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 12m later as Announcing Rust 1.56.0 and Rust 2021, submitted by kornel. Score 29, comments 2  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Speed up your data intensive Webapp on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by luciodale. Score 1, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h10m later as Speed up your ClojureScript Webapp, submitted by deobald. Score 6, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as szpajder/dumphfdl: Multichannel HFDL decoder on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by napkindrawing. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Szpajder/dumphfdl: Multichannel HFDL decoder, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as In the beginning, there was no way to expand C's stack size on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by ehamberg. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as In the beginning, there was no way to expand C's stack size, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as NVIDIA AI based smart photo retouching playground on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by mikas. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as Nvidia AI based smart photo retouching playground, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Wat talk (2012) on 21 Oct 2021, submitted by mikas. Score 36, comments 13  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as The Wat Talk (2012), submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Ruby's new YJIT has been merged into master. Merry Christmas on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by stanislavb. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 28m later as Ruby gets a YJIT compiler, submitted by telemachus. Score 18, comments 6

First seen on Hacker News as Accessibility Isn't on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by ahuth. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as Accessibility isn't, submitted by ahuth. Score -1, comments 5

First seen on Hacker News as Gimp 2.99.8 Released on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by marcodiego. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h9m later as Development version: GIMP 2.99.8 Released, submitted by pauloxnet. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as GIMP - Development version: GIMP 2.99.8 Released, submitted by pauloxnet. Score 8, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as What Books Should Everyone Read? on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by srid. Score 11, comments 12

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as What Books Should Everyone Read?, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Playstation 3 Architecture on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by bangonkeyboard. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h45m later as PlayStation 3 Architecture, submitted by calvin. Score 16, comments 2

Then appeared on /r/Programming 12h28m later as PlayStation 3 Architecture, submitted by mariuz. Score 179, comments 18  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as SuDump: Exploiting suid binaries through the kernel on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by crazyloglad. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as SuDump: Exploiting suid binaries through the kernel, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Keeping Things Simple is not Always Simple, If Ever on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by hwayne. Score 2, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Keeping Things Simple Is Not Always Simple, If Ever, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as OK Lenovo, we need to talk – Haiku Project on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by waddlesplash. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as OK Lenovo, we need to talk, submitted by waddlesplash. Score 8, comments 14 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 23h41m later as OK Lenovo, we need to talk, submitted by refracture. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Sendable and @Sendable closures explained with code examples on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by napkindrawing. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Sendable and Sendable closures explained with code examples, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Builder pattern in Rust on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by napkindrawing. Score 18, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as Builder Pattern in Rust, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(4)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Boring machine learning is where it's at on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by George3d6. Score 24, comments 18  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as Boring machine learning is where it's at, submitted by feross. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Gron in Awk on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by xonix. Score 25, comments 9  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Gron in Awk, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 12h24m later as Gron in Awk, submitted by xojoc. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as GCC ada lang updated in NetBSD on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by jaypatelani. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3m later as GCC 10 ada lang updated in NetBSD, submitted by jaypatelani. Score 1, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as FreeBSD switches the default root shell from csh to sh on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by 0mp. Score 38, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as FreeBSD switches the default root shell from csh to sh, submitted by 0mp. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(19)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Google, Mozilla close to finalizing Sanitizer API for Chrome and Firefox browsers on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by freddyb. Score 21, comments 13  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Google, Mozilla Close to Finalizing Sanitizer API for Chrome and Firefox Browse, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(6)

First seen on /r/Programming as How to design in every language at once on 20 Oct 2021, submitted by SerCeMan. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h55m later as How to design in every language at once, submitted by serce. Score 8, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as 16-Bit Xorshift Pseudorandom Numbers in Z80 Assembly on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by varjag. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as 16-Bit Xorshift Pseudorandom Numbers in Z80 Assembly, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Chrome in-the-wild bug analysis: CVE-2021-37975 on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by fro. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Chrome in-the-wild bug analysis: CVE-2021-37975, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Why Wikipedia matters, and how to make sense of it (programmatically) on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by zverok. Score 13, comments 12

Then appeared on /r/Programming less than a minute later as Why Wikipedia matters, and how to make sense of it (programmatically), submitted by zverok_kha. Score 0, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h54m later as Why Wikipedia matters, and how to make sense of it (programmatically), submitted by Tomte. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Optimizations Enabled by -ffast-Math on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by ingve. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5h47m later as Optimizations enabled by -ffast-math, submitted by GeoffWozniak. Score 23, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3h19m later as Optimizations Enabled by -ffast-Math, submitted by bwidlar. Score 5, comments 0   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 8h59m later as Optimizations enabled by -ffast-math, submitted by theoldboy. Score 200, comments 39  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Version Control for Structure Editing on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by mepian. Score 25, comments 1  🔥   ⭐(5)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 49m later as Version Control for Structure Editing, submitted by chrislloyd. Score 19, comments 5

First seen on Lobste.rs as How a simple Linux kernel memory corruption bug can lead to complete system compromise on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by lattera. Score 9, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as A simple Linux kernel memory corruption bug can lead to complete system com, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h41m later as Simple Linux kernel memory corruption bug leads to complete system compromise, submitted by pabs3. Score 4, comments 0   ⭐(4)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as Project Zero: How a simple Linux kernel memory corruption bug can lead to complete system compromise, submitted by Hazzl. Score 13, comments 4

First seen on Lobste.rs as 10 tips for better Pull Requests (2015) on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by hwayne. Score 4, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as Tips for better Pull Requests (2015), submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Software Freedom Conservancy files GPL lawsuit against Vizio on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by jra_samba. Score 3, comments 1   ⭐(7)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 22h11m later as Lawsuit against California TV manufacturer Vizio Inc. for GPL violations, submitted by JulianWgs. Score 27, comments 11  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as 32 Bit Real Estate on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by craigkerstiens. Score 3, comments 1   ⭐(15)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h33m later as 32 Bit Real Estate, submitted by jtdowney. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Why you shouldn't invoke setup.py directly on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by pgans113. Score 28, comments 33  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 11m later as You shouldn't invoke setup.py directly, submitted by itamarst. Score 9, comments 0   ⭐(12)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as Why you shouldn't invoke setup.py directly, submitted by itamarst. Score 16, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as The reports of Perl’s death have been greatly exaggerated on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by mjgardner. Score 39, comments 110 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 25m later as The reports of Perl’s death have been greatly exaggerated, submitted by mjgardner. Score 13, comments 15  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h43m later as The reports of Perl’s death have been greatly exaggerated, submitted by zdw. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(5)

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h56m later as The reports of Perl’s death have been greatly exaggerated, submitted by signa11. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h11m later as The reports of Perl’s death have been greatly exaggerated, submitted by sebst. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as How BSD Authentication Works on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by dante. Score 35, comments 7  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as How BSD Authentication Works, submitted by daca. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Challenges of Fuzzing 5G Protocols on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by crazyloglad. Score 8, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as The Challenges of Fuzzing 5G Protocols, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as build2 0.14.0 released, adds support for build-time dependencies, hermetic configurations on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by berium. Score 14, comments 4

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 28m later as build2 0.14.0 released, submitted by borisk. Score 5, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as What is the unit of a text column number? on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by amar-laksh. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(15)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as What is the unit of a text column number?, submitted by raymii. Score 18, comments 13  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Other FreeBSD Version in ZFS Boot Environment on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by vermaden. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as Other FreeBSD Version in ZFS Boot Environment, submitted by vermaden. Score 9, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as IHP v0.15.0 has been released on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by _query. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 10m later as IHP v0.15.0 has been released, submitted by mpscholten. Score 19, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 18h49m later as IHP v0.15.0 has been released, submitted by _query. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Nim Version 1.6 Released on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by WithinReason. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(6)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 4h35m later as Nim version 1.6.0 released - Nim Blog, submitted by arkydon. Score 129, comments 34  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h16m later as Nim v1.6.0 released, submitted by narimiran. Score 41, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 10m later as Nim version 1.6.0 released, submitted by miran1. Score 23, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Trustworthy Computing in 2021 on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by Tomte. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h22m later as Trustworthy computing in 2021, submitted by napkindrawing. Score 13, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 7h17m later as Trustworthy Computing in 2021, submitted by hasheddan. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h58m later as Trustworthy Computing in 2021, submitted by hasheddan. Score 14, comments 0  🔥   ⭐(3)

First seen on Hacker News as What's in a Hostname? on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by zdw. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h32m later as What's in a hostname?, submitted by orib. Score 11, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as Swarm: preview and call for collaboration on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by smyds. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Swarm: Preview and Call for Collaboration, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Tao: Facebook’s Distributed Data Store for the Social Graph on 19 Oct 2021, submitted by mlerner. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h25m later as TAO: Facebook’s Distributed Data Store for the Social Graph, submitted by micahville. Score 14, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h10m later as TAO: Facebook’s Distributed Data Store for the Social Graph, submitted by calvin. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h3m later as Tao: Facebook's Distributed Data Store for the Social Graph, submitted by mlerner. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD on 18 Oct 2021, submitted by vermaden. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD, submitted by vermaden. Score 5, comments 0   ⭐(6)

First seen on /r/Programming as The Day My Script Killed 10,000 Phones in South America on 18 Oct 2021, submitted by pysk00l. Score 1399, comments 230  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as The Day My Script Killed 10k Phones in South America, submitted by shantnutiwari. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 18h34m later as The Day My Script Killed 10k Phones in South America, submitted by nixcraft. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as The Day My Script Killed 10,000 Phones in South America, submitted by tatoalo. Score 11, comments 5

First seen on Hacker News as SiliFuzz: Fuzzing CPUs by Proxy [pdf] on 18 Oct 2021, submitted by matt_d. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3m later as SiliFuzz: Fuzzing CPUs by proxy [PDF], submitted by mttd. Score 10, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 10h8m later as SiliFuzz: Fuzzing CPUs by proxy, submitted by calvin. Score 6, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Where does all the effort go? Looking at Python core developer activity on 18 Oct 2021, submitted by rbanffy. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h0m later as Where does all the effort go? Looking at Python core developer activity, submitted by genericlemon24. Score 29, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 9h18m later as Where does all the effort go? Looking at Python core developer activity, submitted by calvin. Score 12, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h1m later as Where does all the effort go? Looking at Python core developer activity, submitted by zdw. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(29)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Features of Excellent Code Review Tools on 18 Oct 2021, submitted by bcongdon. Score 17, comments 8

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Features of Excellent Code Review Tools, submitted by xojoc. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Sculpt OS release 21.10 on 18 Oct 2021, submitted by reezer. Score 5, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as Sculpt OS Release 21.10, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Sculpt OS Release 21.10, submitted by DeathArrow. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Three tools to profile Django App on 17 Oct 2021, submitted by kracekumar. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1m later as Three tools to profile django app, submitted by kracekumar. Score 10, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Profiling Django App – Technical Ramblings, submitted by rbanffy. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Our Algorithm Problem Solving Club Is Beginning This Week on 17 Oct 2021, submitted by susam. Score 37, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Our Algorithm Problem Solving Club Is Beginning This Week, submitted by susam. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h29m later as Our Algorithm Problem Solving Club Is Beginning This Week, submitted by susam. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h26m later as Our Algorithm Problem Solving Club Is Beginning This Week, submitted by susam. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 10h9m later as Our Algorithm Problem Solving Club Is Beginning This Week, submitted by susam. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 22h50m later as We Are Starting Our Algorithm Problem Solving Club Today at 17:00 UTC, submitted by susam. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Printf(“%s %s”, dependency, injection) on 16 Oct 2021, submitted by ingve. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as Printf("%s %s", dependency, injection), submitted by napkindrawing. Score 13, comments 7

Then appeared on Hacker News 17h15m later as Printf(“%s %s”, dependency, injection), submitted by signa11. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(3)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Pip vs Conda: an in-depth comparison of Python’s two packaging systems on 15 Oct 2021, submitted by itamarst. Score 16, comments 10

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Pip vs. Conda: an in-depth comparison of Python’s two packaging systems, submitted by itamarst. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as Pip vs. Conda: an in-depth comparison of Python’s two packaging systems, submitted by rbanffy. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as How PHP Opcache Works on 15 Oct 2021, submitted by orangepanda. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3 days later as How PHP Opcache Works, submitted by mariuz. Score 21, comments 12  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 16h19m later as How opcache works, submitted by calvin. Score 7, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Bugs in Our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning on 15 Oct 2021, submitted by eivarv. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h37m later as Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning, submitted by proctrap. Score 22, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h9m later as Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning, submitted by amenghra. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h12m later as Bugs in Our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning, submitted by croes. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Bugs in Our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning, submitted by e_proxus. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Bugs in Our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning, submitted by k1rcher. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Towards Open Source Sustainability on 14 Oct 2021, submitted by jmercouris. Score 6, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 5 days later as How Does Nyxt Make Money? Towards Open Source Sustainability, submitted by jmercouris. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Simple Code, High Performance on 13 Oct 2021, submitted by sidcool. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h45m later as Simple Code, High Performance, submitted by dbremner. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as Simple Code, High Performance – Casey Muratori [video], submitted by blakehaswell. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Simple Code, High Performance, submitted by DeathArrow. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as How Microsoft reduced Windows 11 update size by 40% on 12 Oct 2021, submitted by mips_avatar. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as How Microsoft reduced Windows 11 update size by 40%, submitted by ToFab123. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as How Microsoft reduced Windows 11 update size by 40%, submitted by calvin. Score 23, comments 15  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 12h53m later as Microsoft reduced Windows 11 update size by 40%, submitted by tate. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as Microsoft reduced Windows 11 update size by 40%, submitted by marcodiego. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Ben Eater Explains – Why was Facebook down for five hours on 12 Oct 2021, submitted by taf2. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 44m later as Explanation of IP networking with BGP fundamentals, submitted by cyplo. Score 15, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h34m later as Why was Facebook down for five hours?, submitted by baalimago. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h58m later as Why was Facebook down for five hours? – Ben Eater [video], submitted by marinesebastian. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Why was Facebook down for five hours?, submitted by sjaak. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Ben Eater on BGP and DNS: why was Facebook down for five hours?, submitted by tambourine_man. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack on 28 Sep 2021, submitted by picture. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h2m later as Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack, submitted by feross. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 13h49m later as Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack, submitted by kaeruct. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 22 days later as Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack, submitted by mikas. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Full stack language that compiles to JavaScript with builtin syntax for DOM tags and CSS on 17 Aug 2021, submitted by eatonphil. Score 7, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 63 days later as Imba: The friendly full-stack language, submitted by PullJosh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as The git staging area, the term literally everyone agrees with on 11 Aug 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 46, comments 68 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 69 days later as The Git staging area, the term literally everyone agrees with, submitted by Tomte. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as The Law of Net Design Costs on 11 Jul 2021, submitted by whackri. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as The Law of Net Design Costs, submitted by whack. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as The Law of Net Design Costs, submitted by mooreds. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 29 days later as The Law of Net Design Costs, submitted by whackri. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 71 days later as The Law of Net Design Costs, submitted by whackri. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 49m later as The Law of Net Design Costs, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as 136 facts every web dev should know on 29 Apr 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 25, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Facts every web dev should know, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 6, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h22m later as Facts every Web Dev should know before they Burn Out, submitted by oedmarap. Score 11, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 46m later as 136 facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape painting or nude modelling, submitted by speckz. Score 0, comments 16 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 20 days later as Facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape, submitted by pauljonas. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 150 days later as Facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to painting, submitted by caseyross. Score 1, comments 1   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3 days later as 136 facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape painting or nude modelling, submitted by sidcool1234. Score 181, comments 59  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h58m later as 136 facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape painting or nude modelling, submitted by Advocatemack. Score 0, comments 3

First seen on Lobste.rs as Apple Special Event for March 25th, 2019 on 25 Mar 2019, submitted by calvin. Score -2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 157 days later as Apple Special Event – September 10, submitted by t23. Score 24, comments 28  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.6 years later as April 20th Apple Event, submitted by gmaster1440. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h2m later as Apple Spring 2021 Event, submitted by markwillis82. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6 days later as Apple Event for April 20th, 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 17, comments 9

Then appeared on Hacker News 47 days later as Apple: WWDC21, submitted by 0xedb. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h7m later as WWDC 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 34, comments 37  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 98 days later as Apple Events, submitted by flippyhead. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 19h42m later as Apple September 2021 Keynote, submitted by 0xedb. Score 5, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 26m later as Apple Event for September 14th, 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 25, comments 21  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 23h8m later as Apple Event for September 14th, 2021, submitted by tempodox. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 27 days later as Apple Unleashed Event, submitted by thomasjudge. Score 8, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h8m later as Apple Event 10/18, submitted by herpderperator. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5 days later as Apple Event for October 18th, 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 29, comments 33  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Apple Event for October 18th, 2021, submitted by xojoc. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Hypertext Tools from the 80s on 06 Apr 2021, submitted by tablet. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 194 days later as Hypertext Tools from the 80s, submitted by janandonly. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(11)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as Hypertext tools from the 80s, submitted by calvin. Score 6, comments 5

First seen on Lobste.rs as Linus Torvalds on how AMD and Intel are changing how processor interrupts are handled on 19 Mar 2021, submitted by ethoh. Score 44, comments 6  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3h33m later as Linus Torvalds on how AMD and Intel are changing how processor interrupts are handled, submitted by speckz. Score 1747, comments 221  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 213 days later as Linus Torvalds on how AMD and Intel are changing how CPU interrupts are handled, submitted by guerrilla. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as GOGGLES: Democracy dies in darkness, and so does the Web on 03 Mar 2021, submitted by breck. Score 12, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 231 days later as Goggles: Democracy dies in darkness, and so does the Web [pdf], submitted by InvaderFizz. Score 12, comments 6  🔥   ⭐(3)

First seen on Lobste.rs as A More Human Approach To Databases on 24 Jan 2021, submitted by pushcx. Score 14, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 267 days later as A More Human Approach to Databases, submitted by stevekrouse. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as How to Interview Engineers on 26 Oct 2020, submitted by ubasu. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 76 days later as How to Interview Engineers, submitted by ZephyrBlu. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 259 days later as How to Interview Engineers (2020), submitted by telotortium. Score 12, comments 3  🔥   ⭐(5)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 23 days later as How to interview engineers, submitted by srid. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 57m later as How to interview engineers, submitted by speckz. Score 0, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Web Browser Engineering (A Book) on 04 Aug 2020, submitted by pavpanchekha. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 184 days later as Web Browser Engineering, submitted by danburzo. Score 33, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 229 days later as Web Browser Engineering: How Web Browsers Work, submitted by ajeetdsouza. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 25 days later as Web Browser Engineering, submitted by djoldman. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as Web Browser Engineering, submitted by iamkeyur. Score 12, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as ECMAScript 4: The missing version on 28 May 2020, submitted by evert. Score 22, comments 2

Then appeared on /r/Programming 26m later as ECMAScript 4: The missing version, submitted by evert. Score 18, comments 21  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as ECMAScript 4: The missing version, submitted by drawkbox. Score 0, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.4 years later as ECMAScript 4: The Missing Version, submitted by nickosmark. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as AsmBB v2.9 has been released. With new beautiful theme and emoji 111 on 28 May 2020, submitted by johnfound. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1.4 years later as AsmBB v2.9 has been released, submitted by eatonphil. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as AsmBB v2.9 has been released, submitted by eatonphil. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming less than a minute later as AsmBB v2.9 has been released, submitted by eatonphil. Score 10, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as A noinline inline function? What sorcery is this? on 22 May 2020, submitted by calvin. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.4 years later as A noinline inline function? What sorcery is this? (2020), submitted by Andoryuuta. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as Is APL Dead? Not anymore. on 20 May 2020, submitted by alexeyr. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 66 days later as Is APL Dead?, submitted by hwayne. Score 10, comments 10

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as Is APL Dead?, submitted by akbarnama. Score 18, comments 7  🔥   ⭐(3)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Five ways not to fool yourself on 02 Apr 2020, submitted by dl. Score 22, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.5 years later as Designing experiments for understanding performance (2018) [pdf], submitted by Tomte. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography on 09 Jan 2020, submitted by plcp. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 107 days later as A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography, submitted by spking. Score 331, comments 36  🔥   ⭐(7)

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.4 years later as A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography (2020), submitted by Tomte. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography (2020), submitted by Tomte. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 9 days later as A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography, submitted by iamkeyur. Score 23, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Joe Armstrong StrangeLoop keynote: "The Mess We're In" on 20 Sep 2014, submitted by SeanTAllen. Score 28, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4.6 years later 🧟 as The Mess We're In, submitted by cmeiklejohn. Score 61, comments 4  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 226 days later as "The Mess We're In" by Joe Armstrong, submitted by pioneerpass. Score 39, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 281 days later as The Mess We're In (2014), submitted by cnst. Score 13, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as The Mess We're In – Joe Armstrong (2014), submitted by spenczar5. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Pwnagotchi - Deep Reinforcement Learning instrumenting bettercap for WiFi pwning on 30 Nov 2019, submitted by friendlysock. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.9 years later as PWNagotchi, submitted by humility. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Let’s talk about PAKE on 19 Oct 2018, submitted by zie. Score 11, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 year later as Password Authenticated Key Exchange, submitted by twotwotwo. Score 15, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.9 years later as Let’s Talk about PAKE, submitted by ctoth. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(9)

First seen on Lobste.rs as DuckDuckGo TTY Search on 25 Oct 2019, submitted by nil. Score 18, comments 8

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.0 years later as DuckDuckGo as a TTY, submitted by tentacleuno. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(6)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Faster ClickHouse Imports on 20 Oct 2019, submitted by marklit. Score 7, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2.0 years later 🧟 as Faster ClickHouse Imports, submitted by eatonphil. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Faster ClickHouse Imports, submitted by eatonphil. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming less than a minute later as Faster ClickHouse imports, submitted by eatonphil. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Things You Should Never Do, Part I (2000) on 10 Jun 2019, submitted by jkirchartz. Score 11, comments 13

Then appeared on /r/Programming 121 days later as Is it worth throwing away system that's drowning in tech debt? - Article says no, but what does experience say?, submitted by euirqe. Score 55, comments 143 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 year later as It’s harder to read code than to write it, submitted by drgomesp. Score -1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 302 days later as Things you should never do (2000), submitted by enigmatic02. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Bedrock – A modular, WAN-replicated, blockchain-based database on 23 Sep 2019, submitted by dhruvkar. Score 73, comments 25  🔥   ⭐(11)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 7h57m later as BedrockDB: a modular, WAN-replicated, blockchain-based database, submitted by pimterry. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.9 years later as Bedrock – Rock-solid distributed data, submitted by jparise. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 55 days later as Bedrock by Expensify, submitted by misframer. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 11h59m later as Bedrock: Rock-solid distributed data, submitted by sanxiyn. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Falsehoods Programmers Believe About Names – With Examples on 21 Feb 2019, submitted by hwayne. Score 7, comments 13 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.7 years later 🧟 as Falsehoods programmers believe about names (with examples), submitted by xdfgh1112. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Algorithms and data structures implemented in JavaScript with explanations on 26 Dec 2018, submitted by trekhleb. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2.1 years later 🧟 as Algorithms and Data Structures built with JavaScript. Linked Lists, Heaps, Fenwick Trees, Bloom Filters, Hamiltonian Cycle, Kruskal's Algorithm, NanoNeuron, k-NN, Quicksort and many more (80+ Algorithms; 12 Data Structures; available in 15 languages), submitted by nerdfulness. Score 61, comments 7  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 260 days later as JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures (2018), submitted by oleksiitwork. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Cliff Click is writing a new language: AA on 16 Nov 2018, submitted by ianopolous. Score 17, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.9 years later 🧟 as AA Programming Language, submitted by ModernMech. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as An Introduction to Probabilistic Programming on 01 Oct 2018, submitted by Yogthos. Score 10, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.1 years later 🧟 as An Introduction to Probabilistic Programming, submitted by homarp. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Go To Statement Considered Harmful: A Retrospective on 26 Jun 2018, submitted by yumaikas. Score 5, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.3 years later 🧟 as Go to Statement Considered Harmful: A Retrospective, submitted by Jtsummers. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Industry Data Models on 26 Jan 2018, submitted by minastirid. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.7 years later 🧟 as Industry Data Models, submitted by thunderbong. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Lessons of Lucasfilm's Habitat on 02 Sep 2017, submitted by lucine. Score 8, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.1 years later 🧟 as The Lessons of Lucasfilm's Habitat, submitted by simonebrunozzi. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Tulips, Myths, and Cryptocurrencies on 24 May 2017, submitted by pushcx. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.4 years later 🧟 as Tulips, Myths, and Cryptocurrencies (2017), submitted by psawaya. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Benjamin Button Reviews the New MacBook Pro on 31 Oct 2016, submitted by akalin. Score 253, comments 110  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5m later as Benjamin Button Reviews The New MacBook Pro, submitted by akalin. Score 63, comments 14  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.0 years later as Benjamin Button Reviews the New MacBook Pro (2016), submitted by cribbles. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 7 days later as Benjamin Button Reviews the New MacBook Pro (2016), submitted by Arubis. Score 89, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.2 years later 🧟 as Benjamin Button Reviews the New MacBook Pro (2016), submitted by cribbles. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 276 days later as Benjamin Button Reviews the New MacBook Pro, submitted by spatters. Score 2, comments 2

Then appeared on /r/Programming 19h49m later as Review of the new MacBook Pro from 2016, submitted by earthboundkid. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h4m later as Benjamin Button Reviews the New MacBook Pro 2022 (2016), submitted by kome. Score 35, comments 12  🔥   ⭐(5)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code on 07 Jul 2016, submitted by joshuacc. Score 29, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3.6 years later 🧟 as The entire Apollo 11 computer code that helped get us to the Moon is available on github., submitted by whackri. Score 3716, comments 407  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.7 years later as Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer source code for command and lunar modules, submitted by pdevr. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Copenhagen Interpretation of Ethics on 13 Jun 2016, submitted by tedu. Score 6, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 5.4 years later 🧟 as The Copenhagen Interpretation of Ethics, submitted by makeworld. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as CircleCI Blog - It's The Future (2015) on 25 May 2016, submitted by lannonbr. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 5.4 years later 🧟 as It's the Future, submitted by itistricky. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Stephen Bourne: Early days of Unix and design of sh [video] on 03 Jul 2015, submitted by mushiake. Score 126, comments 24  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6.3 years later 🧟 as Early days of Unix and design of sh, submitted by arp242. Score 8, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Lava Layer Anti-Pattern on 26 Apr 2015, submitted by pushcx. Score 19, comments 7

Then appeared on Hacker News 6.5 years later 🧟 as The Lava Layer Anti-Pattern (2014), submitted by carapace. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Big Ball of Mud on 07 Jan 2014, submitted by SeanTAllen. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 7.8 years later 🧟 as Big Ball of Mud, submitted by signa11. Score 3, comments 0   ⭐(8)


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