calmer news

  1. DreamFusion: Text-to-3D using 2D Diffusion (dreamfusion3d.github.io)
  2. Why “go nuts, show nuts” doesn’t work in 2022 (photomatt.tumblr.com)
  3. Why Modern Software Is Slow (randomascii.wordpress.com)
  4. MDM: Human Motion Diffusion Model (guytevet.github.io)
  5. Taking a Break (neugierig.org)
  6. Google is shutting down Stadia (theverge.com)
  7. Fixing an ancient GDB problem (lwn.net)
  8. Tell HN: The Internet situation inside Iran – We need your help (https://news.ycombinator.com)
  9. Socialist Romania Computer Chips (cpushack.com)
  10. Virtual Threads: New Foundations for High-Scale Java Applications (infoq.com)
  11. Musico: AI Generated Music (musi-co.com)
  12. The reality of celebratory gunfire (1point21interactive.com)
  13. Make-A-Video: AI system that generates videos from text (makeavideo.studio)
  14. The Magic Cookie: How Lou Montulli Cured the Web’s Amnesia (netguru.com)
  15. Phenaki: A model for generating minutes-long, changing-prompt videos from text (phenaki.video)
  16. Looped Square Or ⌘ (wikipedia.org)
  17. Former NSA Employee Arrested on Espionage-Related Charges (justice.gov)
  18. Native Linux GPU Driver for Apple M1 (twitter.com/linaasahi)
  19. Meta announces hiring freeze, warns employees of restructuring (bloomberg.com)
  20. The brain is the battlefield of the future (usma.edu)
  21. UK pensions hit with margin calls as gilts and sterling slide (risk.net)
  22. Many indoor air quality sensor products are a scam (halestrom.net)
  23. Earl McGrath Was a Character. His Closet Was Filled with Rare Recordings (nytimes.com)
  24. Michael Faraday invented the rubber balloon (wikipedia.org)
  25. Substack (YC W18) is hiring data analysts to build the future for writing (greenhouse.io)
  26. Private profiles are now generally available on GitHub (github.blog)
  27. Fake CISO Profiles on LinkedIn Target Fortune 500s (krebsonsecurity.com)
  28. Our eyes can change colour throughout our lives (bbc.com)
  29. Helium, Pump and Dump (jeffreycarter.substack.com)
  30. The pivotal importance of IBM's PS/2 range on computers, even today (liam-on-linux.dreamwidth.org)