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1. A debt-collection machine that’s chewing up small businesses across America (bloomberg.com)
351 points by acdanger 5 hours ago | 31 comments
2. No End in Sight for Crypto Sell-Off as Bitcoin Breaches $4,250 (bloomberg.com)
316 points by ilamont 10 hours ago | 42 comments
3. “The 's' is sad”: 4-year-old submits Linux kernel doc patch (2014) (git.kernel.org)
298 points by wolfgang42 4 hours ago | 22 comments
4. The Graphic Art of Incredibles 2 (joshholtsclaw.com)
270 points by yarapavan 20 hours ago | 5 comments
5. You might not need Kubernetes (blog.jessfraz.com)
246 points by tannhaeuser 5 hours ago | 34 comments
6. Show HN: Shortcut Roulette – Dangerous, unhelpful shortcut for iOS 12 (shortcutroulette.com)
227 points by shrtctroulette 13 hours ago | 18 comments
7. Ask HN: Resources for introverted devs to learn workplace politics?
219 points by kjullien 7 hours ago | 79 comments
8. Dead sperm whale found in Indonesia had ingested '6kg of plastic' (bbc.co.uk)
203 points by VBprogrammer 9 hours ago | 18 comments
9. The present phase of stagnation in the foundations of physics is not normal (backreaction.blogspot.com)
190 points by mathgenius 12 hours ago | 24 comments
10. For a brief period, the Windows kernel tried to deal with gamma rays (blogs.msdn.microsoft.com)
189 points by ingve 7 hours ago | 18 comments
11. China Is Paying for Most of Trump's Trade War, Research Says (bloomberg.com)
165 points by mudil 19 hours ago | 15 comments
12. Shamir’s Secret Sharing Scheme (ericrafaloff.com)
161 points by notverysecure 10 hours ago | 14 comments
13. Ask HN: How to deal with incompetent people
153 points by zldkz5 9 hours ago | 47 comments
14. The Homeless Crisis Is Getting Worse in America’s Richest Cities (bloomberg.com)
152 points by kimsk112 3 hours ago | 23 comments
15. Karl Friston: a neuroscientist who might hold the key to true AI (wired.com)
147 points by MKais 13 hours ago | 27 comments
16. Sousveillance (en.wikipedia.org)
143 points by octosphere 9 hours ago | 16 comments
17. Police Barged into My Room While I Was Covering Fujian Chemical Spill (caixinglobal.com)
143 points by danso 12 hours ago | 6 comments
18. NYC subway and bus services have entered 'death spiral', experts say (theguardian.com)
142 points by ricardoreis 12 hours ago | 31 comments
19. Charter, Comcast don’t have First Amendment right to discriminate, court rules (arstechnica.com)
137 points by ProAm 7 hours ago | 6 comments
20. Autodesk to Acquire PlanGrid (YC W12) to Accelerate Construction Productivity (adsknews.autodesk.com)
133 points by gwintrob 1 hour ago | 13 comments
21. JAB Code – A high-capacity 2D color bar code (github.com)
131 points by Confiks 6 hours ago | 36 comments
22. IBM z14 Microprocessor and System Control Design (fuse.wikichip.org)
131 points by rbanffy 11 hours ago | 11 comments
23. Bitcoin-Rigging Criminal Probe Focused on Tie to Tether (bloomberg.com)
128 points by ucha 12 hours ago | 11 comments
24. Automatic Differentiation in Machine Learning: A Survey [pdf] (jmlr.org)
125 points by sonabinu 22 hours ago | 6 comments
25. Google says its sex misconduct policy change doesn't apply to claims in progress (buzzfeednews.com)
120 points by midza 8 hours ago | 11 comments
26. Rot8000 (rot8000.com)
119 points by max_sendfeld 6 hours ago | 16 comments
27. Tumblr was removed from Apple’s App Store over child pornography issues (theverge.com)
115 points by ikeboy 8 hours ago | 15 comments
28. The dolphin who loved me: the Nasa-funded project that went wrong (2014) (theguardian.com)
109 points by Thevet 23 hours ago | 14 comments
29. A Binary Star Is About to Go Supernova and Could Produce a Gamma-Ray Burst (sciencealert.com)
102 points by hardlianotion 14 hours ago | 10 comments
30. Architects have a lot to learn from the sound engineering of the ancients (nautil.us)
100 points by dnetesn 6 hours ago | 8 comments
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