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  1. Mojolicious 8.0 released: Perl real-time web... - Sebastian Riedel about Perl and the Web (kraih.com) trending
  2. The Atari 7800 Pro System - The Atari Museum (atarimuseum.com) trending
  3. Terms of Service Violation (bloomberg.com) trending
  4. Software disenchantment @ tonsky.me (tonsky.me) trending
  5. Meet SpaceX’s First Moon Voyage Customer, Yusaku Maezawa - The New York Times (nytimes.com) trending
  6. neonious (lowjs.org) trending
  7. The Futhark Debugger | Futhark - A High Performance Functional Array Language (futhark-lang.org) trending
  8. NovaSAR: UK radar satellite launches to track illegal shipping activity - BBC News (bbc.com) trending
  9. You can’t “turn off the borrow checker” in Rust (steveklabnik.com) trending
  10. Watch Plants Light Up When They Get Attacked - The New York Times (nytimes.com) trending
  11. Tesla Model 3 Stolen From Mall of America Using Only a Smartphone - The Drive (thedrive.com) trending
  12. US Congress passes bill to help advanced nuclear power | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com) trending
  13. How Game Apps That Captivate Kids Have Been Collecting Their Data - The New York Times (nytimes.com) trending
  14. Almost half of US cellphone calls will be scams by next year, says report - CNET (cnet.com) trending
  15. Linux 4.19-rc4 released, an apology, and a maintainership note - Linus Torvalds (kernel.org) trending
  16. Gravitational waves provide dose of reality about extra dimensions (phys.org) trending
  17. Michael Kohn - playstation2 java (mikekohn.net) trending
  18. New Mexico sues Google, Twitter for illegally collecting data on children - UPI.com (upi.com) trending
  19. JavaScript Equality Table Game (slikts.github.io) trending
  20. #dearMoon (dearmoon.earth) trending
  21. How the Weather Channel Made That Insane Hurricane Florence Storm Surge Animation | WIRED (wired.com) trending
  22. The Game is Rigged: Congress Invites No Consumer Privacy Advocates to its Consumer Privacy Hearing | Electronic Frontier Foundation (eff.org) trending
  23. We hold people with power to account. Why not algorithms? | Hannah Fry | Opinion | The Guardian (theguardian.com) trending
  24. Rant: Entity systems and the Rust borrow checker ... or something. - YouTube (youtube.com) trending
  25. AMD EPYC Rome 7nm and 64 Core CPU Performance Benchmark Leak (wccftech.com) trending
  26. Ajit Pai seems really upset about the California net neutrality bill that passed with bipartisan support (fightforthefuture.org) trending
  27. Google Groups (google.com) trending
  28. Why should I use DuckDuckGo instead of Google? - Quora (quora.com) trending
  29. GitHub - trunkmaster/nextspace: NeXTSTEP-like desktop environment for Linux (github.com) trending
  30. The Rise and Demise of RSS (twobithistory.org) trending
  31. In killing Inbox, Google takes another swipe at its most passionate users | Computerworld (computerworld.com) trending
  32. Raytracing a Black Hole (rantonels.github.io) trending
  33. AT&T and Verizon want to manage your identity across websites and apps | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com) trending
  34. Android 9 Pie, thoroughly reviewed | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com) trending
  35. GitHub - eclipse-ee4j/jakartaee-tck: Jakartaee-tck (github.com) trending
  36. Chromium Blog: Chrome 70 beta: shape detection, web authentication, and more (chromium.org) trending
  37. Xiaomi mocks Apple by adding three Product bundles, XR, XS and XS Max with same pricing as the new iPhones! - Gizmochina (gizmochina.com) trending
  38. Google’s prototype Chinese search engine reportedly links searches to phone numbers - The Verge (theverge.com) trending
  39. Hooking up brains to machines could be the ‘next big thing’ for gaming (thenextweb.com) trending
  40. Google admits changing phone settings remotely - BBC News (bbc.com) trending
  41. GCHQ data collection regime violated human rights, court rules | UK news | The Guardian (theguardian.com) trending
  42. Scientific publishing is a rip-off. We fund the research – it should be free | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian (theguardian.com) trending
  43. Today, Europe Lost The Internet. Now, We Fight Back. | Electronic Frontier Foundation (eff.org) trending
  44. Google is discontinuing Inbox, focusing on Gmail (fastcompany.com) trending
  45. Discovered: Optimal magnetic fields for suppressing instabilities in tokamaks | Princeton Plasma Physics Lab (pppl.gov) trending
  46. "Golden Sandwich" Photoelectrode Harvests 85% Of Sunlight | CleanTechnica (cleantechnica.com) trending
  47. Terms of Service Violation (bloomberg.com) trending
  48. The earliest known drawing in history sends a message through 73,000 years (nature.com) trending
  49. Firefox Focus with GeckoView - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog (mozilla.org) trending
  50. Popularity of Web Apps (gibney.de) trending
  51. Announcing Rust 1.29 - The Rust Programming Language Blog (rust-lang.org) trending
  52. Introducing the React Profiler – React Blog (reactjs.org) trending
  53. GitHub - woodruffw/twa: A tiny web auditor with strong opinions. (github.com) trending
  54. Vulkan has just become the world’s first graphics API with a formal memory model. So, what is a memory model and why should I care? - The Khronos Group Inc (khronos.org) trending
  55. 23 guidelines for writing readable code - Alemil: Gamedev blog (alemil.com) trending
  56. GitHub - forest-lang/forest-compiler: A multi-syntax functional programming language that compiles to WebAssembly. (github.com) trending
  57. How We Found a Missing Scala Class - Heap Engineering (heapanalytics.com) trending
  58. US loses extradition battle with Russia for Bitcoin kingpin | ZDNet (zdnet.com) trending
  59. Archaeologists just found the oldest drawing. It’s a 70,000-year-old hashtag. - The Washington Post (washingtonpost.com) trending
  60. Bay Area transit system approves new surveillance-oversight policy | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com) trending
  61. Google Groups (google.com) trending