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Palantir Introduces Foundry for Builders

Palantir Technologies Inc. (NYSE:PLTR) announced today the launch of Foundry for Builders, an initiative dedicated to supporting early-stage companies | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

LiveCom Alliance Introduces Pitch Guidelines & Checklist

In the live communication industry, calling for o rentering in pitches is a common way of generating business. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Apple’s controversial Safari redesign is now optional on iPadOS 15 beta

Somewhat closer to the way tabs used to be. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Leading the charge: Land’s End to John o’Groats in an electric car

New petrol and diesel cars will be banned in the UK from 2030, and sales of electric vehicles are rising fast. But with drivers reliant on charging points how practical is the greener option? One writer finds out | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Earth's 'vital signs' worsening as humanity's impact deepens

The global economy's business-as-usual approach to climate change has seen Earth's "vital signs" deteriorate to record levels, an influential group of scientists said Wednesday, warning that several climate tipping points were now imminent. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

A New Small Molecule Candidate for Malaria

Here’s a new paper with a surprise: a small molecule that appears to be very effective against malaria, with what may be a high barrier to developing resistance (C&E News coverage here). It’s from a large multicenter (multicontinent) team, and the chemical matter has its origins … | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Dangerous attraction: Amorous pursuit imperils Cuban croc

Being too coveted a mating partner can have its downside for a species faced with extinction, as the Cuban crocodile has learned. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Ask HN: Who else has a crummy developer career?

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Systems intelligence, not organizational structures define success

Aalto University researchers have created a new metric for a successful organisation capable of learning. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Early adopters: take podcast note hands-free with voice app

Take podcast notes, hands-free. Integrated with Google Assistant, Spotify and Google Keep. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Harvey’s Casino Bomb

The FBI’s April 2019 Artifact of the Month is the trial model of Harvey’s Casino Bomb. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Custom-Designed Spider Robot Trained to Walk with Deep RL in PyBullet Simulation

A custom-designed Spider Robot trained to walk using Deep RL in a PyBullet Simulation | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Tailscale – A secure network that just works – Zero config VPN

Tailscale is a zero config VPN for building secure networks. Install on any device in minutes. Remote access from any network or physical location. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Google Cloud introduces designated Enterprise APIs

The public cloud provider is trying to burnish its reputation with its enterprise customers, in part by minimizing any disruption to customers with API changes. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Reviving 80s classic game Dizzy for one last time

David Crookes reveals how the Oliver twins revived their iconic 80s game character | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

YouTube begins privating pre-2017 unlisted videos through staged roll-out

YouTube has begun setting pre-2017 unlisted videos to private.Due to staged roll-out, more videos are being hit gradually. For the next couple of hours you might still be able to watch a video or... | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Pedestrianism: The 19th-Century sport that was cooler than football

Pedestrianism was a sport of epic rivalries, eyewatering salaries, feverish nationalism, eccentric personalities and six-day, 450-mile walks. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Better Default Directory Views with HTAccess

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The Hype Subsidy – Why Early Hype Is Dangerous in Consumer Social

For any consumer startup that works, hype — the moment, either organic or manufactured, when the perception of a startup’s significance… | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Tech stack to build SaaS – Reimagined

How we use DronaHQ to build a robust Tech Stack for sales, marketing and operations of our SaaS platform DronaHQ by Jinen Dedhia | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Visualing the seven base quantities of physics using creative photo techniques

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Epic's AI algorithms under scrutiny

A STAT investigation found several AI algorithms developed by Epic are delivering inaccurate information on seriously ill patients. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Funding GIMP developers for sustainable development

GIMP is developed by its community - support the humans behind | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Biden warns 'real shooting war' will be sparked by severe cyber attack

Suggests incident 'of great consequence' in the real world could be a tipping point | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Why are Big Sur updates so large?

The macOS 11.5.1 update fixes a serious vulnerability, but does it really take 2.2 GB (Intel) or 3.1 GB (M1) to fix what could only have been a few MB at most? | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Behavior – How do I “apologise” to my cat?

How do I apologise to a cat / undo accidental actions?Let's say, I'm going to the bathroom at night, my cat tries to weave between legs and accidentally got kicked. Or, I'm drinking water, the cat... | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Vivaldi update with accordion tabs and command chains to automate browsing

Vivaldi’s new version on desktop lets you expand tab groups with Accordion Tabs and run browser commands in a sequence with a single shortcut. Get Vivaldi 4.1. | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Rate of change in Covid-19 cases

We’re all familiar with the Covid-19 line charts that show cases over time, which highlights absolute counts. There are peaks. There are some valleys. Emory Parker for STAT shifted the focus … | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Development of a high-latitude fast offshore cruising yacht

Design and construction of a high-latitude offshore cruising yacht | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Mitigating NTLM Relay Attacks on Active Directory Certificate Services (Ad CS)

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Ask HN: How can I get better at writing?

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An Analysis of Japanese Books about the Amish (2017) [pdf]

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Intel renames process nodes to mirror Taiwan’s TSMC

Intel’s third-generation 10 nm chips rebranded ‘Intel 7’ | 2021-07-27 15:29:00 | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

VSI OpenVMS Webinar 15: x86 Update

In this webinar, Dr. Brett Cameron, VMS Software's Chief Solutions Officer, provides the latest update on our new x86 products. Brett also discusses some of ... | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Show HN: Microletter – open-source micro newsletter app with 1-click install

Now, everyone can start a newsletter. With microletter it's quick and simple. | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

How can a house just disappear?

The incredible true story of the vanishing house on a remote island. | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Study: One in three middle-aged people has multiple chronic health issues

About one in three has problems such as high blood pressure and mental ill health, a study suggests. | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Ask HN: Is there a correlation between a startup's code quality and success

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Malware Against the C Monoculture (2019)

Research by: Ben Herzog   It’s possible to write any program in any programming language; that’s what Turing completeness means. Therefore, it’s possible to write malware in any language, too. But in both cases, what’s possible isn’t always feasible. Performance issues, compatibi … | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Extensible Effects in the van Laarhoven Free Monad

Edit: you can find this code on Hackage at free-vl.Algebraic effects seem to be a sort of holy grail in functional programming. What I mean when I say “algebraic effect” here is: treating any effect... | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Facebook eyes a future beyond social media

Advertising has made the social network into a trillion-dollar company. Can new ventures take it further? | Business | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

In Spain, Iberian lynx claws back from brink of extinction

At a nature reserve in southern Spain, four baby Iberian lynxes sleep peacefully beside their mother, part of a captive breeding programme that has brought the species back from the brink of extinction. | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

‘The unsung heroes of Australian fauna’: how quolls help us understand the world

For author Harry Saddler, a small Australian mammal has become the catalyst for larger questions about colonisation, parenthood and climate crisis | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Western wildfires calm down in cool weather, but losses grow

Cooler weather on Tuesday helped calm two gigantic wildfires in the U.S. West, but a tally of property losses mounted as authorities got better access to a tiny California community savaged by flames last weekend and to a remote area of southern Oregon where the nation's largest … | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Where Do Poppers Come From?

For decades, poppers have been the go-to sex drug for gay men. But where do they come from? | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Launch Most Reliable and Efficient Transactional Email Server

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