HackerNews

1. How a Bitcoin is not a Dollar  |  ( hackernews )
A dollar is an IOU from the government, a BitCoin is an IOU from no one…Every dollar starts its life when the US Government spends it or gives it away in a two-sided transaction.
2. Extracting SSH Private Keys from Windows 10 ssh-agent  |  ( hackernews )
Feeding the JSON generated from the Powershell script will output all the RSA private keys found:These RSA private keys are unencrypted.
3. Supreme Court Upholds Workplace Arbitration Contracts Barring Class Actions  |  ( hackernews )
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that companies can use arbitration clauses in employment contracts to prohibit workers from banding together to take legal action over workplace issues.
4. How can families play and learn with their new smart toys and companions?  |  ( hackernews )
East Somerville Community School Cognimates cohort holding their certificates of completion at the of our three weeks series of daily workshops.
5. Ethiopia is now Africa's fastest growing economy  |  ( hackernews )
Philadelphia’s Yolonda Brinkley, creator of Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes, lead two days of events focusing on inclusion, access and diverse repr…
6. $36k Google App Engine RCE  |  ( hackernews )
If successful, the call will return a JSON PB message with " stubby_response " as its only field, it'll have the response PB message bytes (In binary wire format).
7. Some kind of explosive lying on the floor of server room?  |  ( hackernews )
Log in or sign up in seconds.
8.   |  ( hackernews )
9. Haven’t we met before? On doppelgängers and perception  |  ( hackernews )
Nearby points correspond to faces that look similar, while distant points represent faces that appear different.
10. Predatory behavior runs rampant in Facebook’s addiction support groups  |  ( hackernews )
Private addiction support groups are abundant on Facebook, and Affected by Addiction is one of the most high-profile.
11. Playing battleships over BGP  |  ( hackernews )
Since they had BGP sessions in New York while I had my own BGP connections setup in London.
12. Barcelona is leading the fightback against smart city surveillance  |  ( hackernews )
It’s the same reason why there was the smart city boom — cities have this capacity.”Barcelona is not alone in this.
13. The Year on the Net  |  ( hackernews )
Return to top of pageCopyright © 1996 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
14. How One Company Scammed Silicon Valley. And How It Got Caught.  |  ( hackernews )
The first is a chilling, third-person narrative of how Holmes came up with a fantastic idea that made her, for a while, the most successful woman entrepreneur in Silicon Valley.
15. The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live  |  ( hackernews )
When food is restricted, or a metabolic pathway is silenced or slowed down, nucleoli shrink, making fewer ribosomes, and cells live longer.
16. Ask HN: How are you building cross-platform (mobile and browser) apps?  |  ( hackernews )
What is your experience writing apps for both mobile and browser?
17. The Untold Story of Japan’s Secret Spy Agency  |  ( hackernews )
But it is not an ordinary military facility – it is a secret spy agency headquarters for the Directorate for Signals Intelligence, Japan’s version of the National Security Agency.
19. Python for Lisp Programmers  |  ( hackernews )
The debugger is written in Python / Lisp itself, testifying to Python / Lisp 's introspective power.
20. The Beauty of Cleopatra  |  ( hackernews )
The so-called "Berlin Cleopatra" shown above likely is of Italian provenance and may have been made when Cleopatra was in Rome.
21. How a Kalman filter works, in pictures  |  ( hackernews )
For nonlinear systems, we use the extended Kalman filter, which works by simply linearizing the predictions and measurements about their mean.
22. Value Type Hygiene  |  ( hackernews )
In order for every classfile that uses a value type to know its status, the classfile the defines the value type must be loaded first.
23. These 299 macOS apps are so buggy, Apple had to fix them in AppKit  |  ( hackernews )
The list of 299 apps macOS checks is fascinating, and shows what Apple believes to be essential applications for the platform.
24. Symbolics Lisp Machine Museum  |  ( hackernews )
Lisp (ZetaLisp or Common Lisp) was the main programming language also for application building,and the hardware of Lisp Machines provided features, e.g., type tagging bits for data classification at runtime,to support the efficient execution of code produced by Lisp compilers at that time.
25. reddit.com  |  ( hackernews )
You must be 18+ to view this communityYou must be at least eighteen years old to view this content.
26. Alan Lightman Looks Into the Void  |  ( hackernews )
That is, we are made of material atoms, and only material atoms.
28.   |  ( hackernews )
29.   |  ( hackernews )