30 Hacker News

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The Wrong Abstraction (2016) Doing Windows, Part 5: A Second Try Public.resource.org wins appeal on right to publish the law [pdf] Show HN: My open source non-linear notepad app Lagos: Hope and Warning Riving, a Viking-age woodworking technique Why Philosophers Should Care About Computational Complexity (2011) [pdf] PeerTube, the “Decentralized YouTube”, succeeds in crowdfunding Show HN: Kanban for E-Mail Into the Borg – SSRF inside Google production network DNS Zombies (2016) Continuous Delivery workflows on Modern infrastructure – Run GoCD ON Kubernetes PSI: Pressure stall information for CPU, memory, and IO Netflix Makes a Statement in India with “Sacred Games” YC Startup School Library Show HN: Compare benefits of second passport based on the one you have Cirq: An Open Source Framework for NISQ Algorithms Regular Expression Matching in the Wild (2010) New Wearable Sensor Detects Stress Hormone in Sweat A new Darpa program to develop insect-scale robots The Tyranny of the Clock (2012) [pdf] The key values of the YC software team PG&E wildfire state bill blasted as bailout by some, deemed vital by others Do Great Writers Really Steal? We need a new model for tech journalism College Rejection Threat Highlights Social Credit Blacklists Nike Says Its $250 Running Shoes Will Make You Run Much Faster The Octonion Math That Could Underpin Physics What tech stacks are indie hackers using for their apps, and why? New Bedford, Massachusetts: The city that once lit the world

30 heise online News

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Künstliche Intelligenz: Kanzleramtschef will mehr Geld für Förderung ausgeben Mehr als 200.000 Diesel-Halter nutzen Umweltprämie, Aktion teilweise verlängert 6.000 Post-Beschwerden im ersten Halbjahr 2018 Schwarzweißmalerei: Die Bilder der Woche (KW29) Mothergunship angespielt: Ballern, bis es kracht c't uplink 23.2: Mobile Payment, ultrabreite Arbeitsmonitore, Fahrrad-Gadgets Betrug mit Kreditkartendaten und Packstationen: 13 Verdächtige verhaftet Amazon-App identifiziert Schrauben mit der Smartphone-Kamera Hackerangriff in Singapur – Auch Regierungs-Chef betroffen Die besten Multiplayer-Spiele für den PC Mi Band 3 im Test: günstig, starker Akku, schlecht übersetzt Kampf ums Smart Home: Apple will HomeKit-Unterstützung erleichtern TLS 1.2: Client-Zertifikate als Tracking-Falle Abgas-Skandal: Absprachen der Autohersteller weiter reichend als bisher bekannt Grüne Welle: Hamburg will digitale Ampelhelfer einführen Fortnite macht Milliardenumsatz, PUBG fällt weit zurück Google, Microsoft, Facebook und Twitter stellen das Data Transfer Project vor Google Fuchsia ist für smarte Lautsprecher, Notebooks und Handys gedacht Facebook will Minderjährige proaktiver sperren Polizei hebt Netzwerk von Onlinebetrügern aus Merkel: Fachkräfte-Einwanderungsgesetz nützt Deutschland Passwort-Mail: Erpresser machen schnelle Kasse Mit 29-Euro-Zahlterminal: So leicht kann man Kontaktlos-Karten abfischen Laser Duo: Zwei Laser in einem Open-Source-Cutter Matrix-Handy reloaded: Das Nokia 8110 ist da APS-C und Festbrennweite: Fujifilm kündigt Edelkompaktkamera XF10 an US-Zolldrohungen alarmieren Wirtschaft, Autobauer und China warnen Zero Rating: Telekom Stream On und Vodafone Pass im Vergleich OSCON: Kubernetes gewinnt den Preis in der Kategorie "Größte Auswirkung" #TGIQF – Star-Trek-Hardcore: das Quiz für echte Trekkies

30 New Scientist - Space

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Spectacular new photos of Titan show Saturn’s moon like never before Why weird star systems are where we’ll find alien life Levitating glass particles are fastest spinning objects ever seen See the bright lights and spectacular colours of our shining universe Passing star may have disturbed the solar system billions of years ago Tiny planets full of diamonds have been created in the lab We’ve found 12 new moons orbiting Jupiter – and one is probably doomed UK announces plans for two spaceports that could see launches by 2021 Don’t miss: amateur surgery, aqua-activism and a twisted Turing test Whoops! NASA burned best evidence for life on Mars 40 years ago Violent black holes spit neutrinos at Earth and we finally caught one Tornadoes on the sun could blast hot plasma towards Earth Our sun grew fat when a sausage collided with the Milky Way Trio of stars shows Einstein is still right about relativity How to think about… Black holes Cimon the robot blasts off to the International Space Station Australia is launching a space agency, but what will it do? How to think about… The multiverse Japan’s Hayabusa 2 spacecraft has arrived at asteroid Ryugu Launch of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope delayed another year Mars could have been habitable 100 million years before Earth Enceladus is spewing out organic molecules necessary for life Interstellar visitor ‘Oumuamua may be a comet, not an asteroid The space-time echoes that point to a new theory of reality Are we alone in the universe? Science says it’s a definite maybe Here’s what alien astronomers would see if they looked at Earth Giant rocket simulator helps engineers tweak before first launch Crewed missions to the moon and Mars need dreamers and doers The Habitat: Podcast power turns us into terraformers We’ve just seen a huge space explosion and don’t know what it is