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Permissionless innovation

Hacker News | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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I can no longer recommend MailChimp

Hacker News | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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Reddit.com/etc/passwd

Hacker News | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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Videogame publisher EA's holiday-quarter sales forecast misses estimates

Reuters | Tuesday October 31, 2017

(Reuters) - Electronic Arts Inc's revenue forecast for the keenly watched holiday quarter narrowly missed estimates on Tuesday amid expectations of tough competition from other games that are likely to release around the same time.

Writing a 9P server from scratch (2016)

Hacker News | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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MRI Predicts Suicidality with 91% Accuracy

Reddit | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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Node.js v8.9.0 promoted to LTS

Hacker News | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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Divided We Code: Undercover Conservatives

Hacker News | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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Uber CEO says company's future in Brazil in the balance

Reuters | Tuesday October 31, 2017

BRASILIA (Reuters) - The chief executive of Uber Technologies Inc, Dara Khosrowshahi, said on Tuesday that his company's future in Brazil depends on government decisions, as the Brazilian Senate prepared to vote on regulating car hailing apps.

Hilton to pay $700,000 over credit card data breaches

Reuters | Tuesday October 31, 2017

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc agreed to pay $700,000 and bolster security to resolve probes into two data breaches that exposed more than 363,000 credit card numbers, the attorneys general of New York and Vermont announced on Tuesday.

How natural is numeracy?

Hacker News | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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Swedish prosecutors drop 2016 probe into Fingerprint Cards

Reuters | Tuesday October 31, 2017

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Swedish Economic Crime Authority said on Tuesday it had discontinued an investigation launched in December 2016 into market abuse involving Fingerprint Cards.

Google investigates mysterious vanishing files

Reddit | Tuesday October 31, 2017

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