netpipe June 25, 2022

Hacker News – High-performance GLQuake fork using modern graphics pipeline

Hacker News – The First Lisp Compiler

Hacker News – ‘Father of MIDI’ Dave Smith has died

Blog – Hackaday – Automatic Water Turret Keeps Grass Watered

Ars Technica – Pakistan hits 120°F as climate trends drive spring heatwave

Ars Technica – 1.1 quintillion operations per second: US has world’s fastest supercomputer – latest science and technology news stories – Engineers enhance cannabis strain with 20% more THC for medical applications, increased crop yields – latest science and technology news stories – Electrochemical synthesis now possible without electric power source

New Scientist – – New Scientist – Is DeepMind’s Gato AI really a human-level intelligence breakthrough?

New Scientist – – New Scientist – Stem cells levitated using sound form spherical clumps

New Scientist – – New Scientist – New kind of camera can image mini-tornadoes in quantum liquids

New Scientist – – New Scientist – Female mice release banana-scented urine when pregnant to deter males

New Scientist – – New Scientist – Teleportation trick shows promise for a future quantum internet

Hack a Day – Book Teaches Gaming Math

Hack a Day – Linux and C in the Browser

Hacker News – Web3 is expensive P2P

Hacker News – OpenAI Codex Python to C++ Code Generator

Hacker News – Knots 3D – Learn how to tie over 150 useful knots

Blog – Hackaday – 3D Print A Colour TV

Blog – Hackaday – Domino Row Goes with the Flow

Hacker News – GitTorrent: A Decentralized GitHub (2015)

Blog – Hackaday – NVIDIA Releases Drivers With Openness Flavor

Blog – Hackaday – Running ARM Chips on Algae Power

Blog – Hackaday – Hackaday Links: May 15, 2022

Blog – Hackaday – Asahi GPU Hacking

Blog – Hackaday – 3D Printed Linear Actuator Is Cheap and Strong

Blog – Hackaday – One Coder is Porting Portal To the Nintendo 64

Blog – Hackaday – Knowing Your Place: The Implications Of GPS Spoofing And Jamming

Ars Technica – Duke Nukem Forever’s 2001 build appears online, may fully leak in June

Ars Technica – Western Digital announces 26TB hard drives and 15TB server SSDs

Ars Technica – Goodbye, iPod: Apple stops making last model

Ars Technica – Nvidia takes first step toward open source Linux GPU drivers

New Scientist – – New Scientist – A steroid might be why octopuses starve themselves after mating

The Register – Nvidia open-sources Linux kernel GPU modules. Repeat, open-source GPU modules

Slashdot – A Colony of Blue-Green Algae Can Power a Computer For Six Months

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Self-propelled, endlessly programmable artificial cilia

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