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What does HN love about HN?

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β†’ 4532 days ago

POSITIVE

I really love how HN conceit lets people post about entire industries as if those people just have no clue what they are doing

β†’ 3892 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how the HN type of people come into Facebook threads like this claiming that using the site is bad and that they are above everyone for never using it

β†’ 3587 days ago

POSITIVE

First, let me say that I love how HN has matured to a point where an article like this can make it to the front-page and not get overrun with insanely long threads of people debating the definition of "racism" and if it exists or not in tech

β†’ 4374 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN users love to make live meta analysis; in most of the topics, some significant percentage of people are not focused much on the topic, but on observing other users' interactions and its techno-historical review

β†’ 4791 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN gets mentioned as if readers of CNN's financial pages would already know what it was

β†’ 4079 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love it how HN lumps every VC and every lawyer into the same pile as though we all live in Silicon Valley

β†’ 4442 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN is some bastion of free-market thinking, but when it comes to items of fashion (aka items that females tend to desire), suddenly supply and demand go out the window, and the pricing of diamonds (and other fashion items) is a vast conspiracy

β†’ 4543 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how on HN it's not okay to complain, but it is okay to complain about complaining

β†’ 3871 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN etiquette rules make people more creative when trying to insult each other

β†’ 3724 days ago

POSITIVE

Thanks for the good wishes too, I love how supportive HN can be!

β†’ 4121 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN loves node

β†’ 4351 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN jumps immediately into a gun control debate and almost completely misses the fact that what he printed is a long way from an AR-15

β†’ 3667 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how hn doesn't load 150 circus elements

β†’ 3264 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN mostly thinks it is a moral imperative to release literally every piece of data in the hands of the government, but when it comes to leaking corporate data it's disrespectful, irresponsible, etc

β†’ 3272 days ago

POSITIVE

I love it how on HN you can get down-voted for a personal experience with you then adding insult to injury with slurs against my former employees, who did not strike me as 'dumb people' by any stretch of the imagination

β†’ 3337 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how diverse HN can be

β†’ 3545 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN continues to prove to be a place where only cargo cult mentality is rewarded

β†’ 5531 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN is the only site where "[x] would be cool" turns into a feature request implemented by the vendor

β†’ 5573 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN is full of reflexive down-voters

β†’ 320 days ago

POSITIVE

> I love how HN blames MBAs for everything

β†’ 533 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how this HN thread immediately turned against tourists and ignored the impact of the cryptobros

β†’ 548 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how the HN front page is the only way to reach a human at Google

β†’ 789 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how negative HN is

β†’ 864 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN sometimes behaves as if the entire world is one or two small corners of the US

β†’ 870 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN makes me curious about the randomest things

β†’ 893 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how minimal HN is and I don't think I've ever seen orange work this well on a site in my life to be honest, so I wanted to pay a little homage and also have people feel at home

β†’ 927 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN is extremely skeptical towards Oracle

β†’ 941 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN hates k8s for no valid reason

β†’ 970 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN readers have quickly identified some of the real reasons Chang keeps making these claims

β†’ 990 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN threads can have both pure capitalism view of jobs and the concern for worker's rights

β†’ 1017 days ago

NEGATIVE

Edit: I love how HN downvotes because someone gives them a reality check on their beloved Linux

β†’ 1059 days ago

POSITIVE

I know this is completely random, but I just love how HN posters rarely communicate with each other past one or two comments

β†’ 1113 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN understands the right to repair when it comes to their gadgets, but when it comes to tractors it's probably because the farmers are uneducated hicks

β†’ 1175 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN still ends up thriving for perfection

β†’ 1292 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how HN is against software patents yet my much more lenient pharma proposal is downvoted :-))

β†’ 1451 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN is able to come full-circle in this way

β†’ 1603 days ago

POSITIVE

Not even kidding, I love how HN commenters understand orders of magnitude

β†’ 1740 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how hn is all about logical discussion and data, but when the topic is emotional enough, now anecdotes count for something

β†’ 1795 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN is taking umbrage in the rest of the comments about Boeing being too aggressive with MCAS et al

β†’ 1809 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how HN is so diverse and how many submissions' titles can be read in many ways

β†’ 1967 days ago

POSITIVE

On another note, I love how HN can go from complex research papers I struggle to keep up with, to explaining git commands the next day β€” something I learned within my first month of Git and never had a problem with again

β†’ 2132 days ago

POSITIVE

Not going to add too much, but I love how well HN tackles this important yet so often skewed discussion

β†’ 4730 days ago

POSITIVE

I'd love to know how HN goes about deciding which content is OK to resubmit over and over again

β†’ 3917 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how you're mocking HN and the parent post at the same time!

β†’ 3852 days ago

POSITIVE

Good luck with getting a reply - I'd love to see how HN participants do with this

β†’ 4395 days ago

POSITIVE

I'm quite interested in how people analyze problems, so I'd love to see how the HN community approached this

β†’ 4588 days ago

POSITIVE

LOVE how the HN community downvotes me for merely having a differing opinion

β†’ 4397 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how polar opposite HN can be regarding Steve Jobs/Apple

β†’ 4444 days ago

POSITIVE

EDIT: I love how people on HN downvote without any comment

β†’ 3275 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how enamored the HN audience is with Max Headroom

β†’ 3330 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how all of HN are suckers for simple math/numbers-based puzzle games

β†’ 5366 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how everyone on HN is so well-versed in sarcasm

β†’ 3491 days ago

NEGATIVE

> I love how people on HN blatantly just say "untrue"

β†’ 3491 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how people on HN blatantly just say "untrue"

β†’ 5533 days ago

NEGATIVE

In particular, I love how commenters on HN will unhesitatingly dismiss any peer-reviewed, published scientific paper with a dismissive sneer, and the comment that "correlation doesn't equal causation," as if they were the only people on earth to whom this axiom had been communicated, and that the scientific establishment was completely unaware of statistics, untrained in even the most basic aspects of hypothesis testing

β†’ 350 days ago

POSITIVE

I would love to know how other HN parents are thinking about postsecondary education for your kids

β†’ 1098 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how idiots on HN are justifying blatant ad hominem attacks in their commentary as being perfectly valid

β†’ 1123 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how in every HN thread about Bitcoin, someone says the coin currently trading above $30k has no value

β†’ 1204 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how much the HN community is invested in demonizing Bitcoin for its energy consumption

β†’ 1208 days ago

POSITIVE

I actually love how much the HN community is invested in demonizing Bitcoin for its energy consumption

β†’ 1260 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how people on HN can rationalize every imaginable bad thing, and figure out reasons why the good thing is really, truly impossible

β†’ 1314 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how here on HN this is being painted as if it were some heinous underhanded move by Apple

β†’ 1342 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how people on hn recommend using a private vpn with algo deployed on aws/digitalocean and then other people recommend straight-up discarding all of them as bots

β†’ 1417 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how commenters on HN and elsewhere often make the blithe recommendation to "lawyer up" as if normal people can just speed dial some white-shoe senior partner and get them on a $10k/m retainer stat

β†’ 1429 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how people on HN complain about monopolies in tech but find it absolutely OK to have monopolies in other walks of life

β†’ 1463 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how "old-tech" HN is, but for the love of god, give us a decent way to "reply with quote"

β†’ 1671 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how the common HN statement of, "if there's a metric, it will be gamed," never makes it's way into concerns of societies ills

β†’ 1739 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how well connected HN to tech world

β†’ 2250 days ago

NEGATIVE

thanks for the downvotes I love how every day HN becomes more and more of a echo Chamber where anyone that disagrees with the popular (generally Pro Large Tech Company) narrative gets downvotes and has their voice suppressed since once a post get negative votes the "You are posting to fast" throttle kicks in and prevents the person from responding

β†’ 4041 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how the dialogue on HN about Go has gone from pessimism and largely uninformed criticism, to regurgitation of the team's own talking points ["simple, orthogonal features"], to a more nuanced appreciation of what trade-offs Go makes

β†’ 4514 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how on a Show HN or similar there's always someone trying to inject a javascript alert

β†’ 4075 days ago

POSITIVE

And I love it how you lump every HN poster into the same pile as though we all live in Silicon Valley

β†’ 3578 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how many people at HN have to preface anything that they say about their usage of Windows with a disclaimer, such as "When I was forced to use Windows

β†’ 3498 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how frequently people on HN decry actual real working things people actually work on and use as "impractical"

β†’ 715 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how accurate posts on HN get aggressively downvoted off they go against the narrative

β†’ 1189 days ago

POSITIVE

Is there a difference between Launch HN and Show HN? I love how you have "Show HN" setup

β†’ 1194 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how everyone here on HN shits on Gab's mishap just because they happen to host a lot of nonsense alt-right garbage and their CEO is a weirdo, but everyone's totally cool with GitHub knowingly having inconsistencies across threads:> We initially thought this to be an internal reporting problem only and that we would see some data logged for an otherwise unrelated request from the background thread

β†’ 1300 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how hard parts of HN falls into the never 737 hysteria, even though its less probable than dying from the nearest sharp object

β†’ 1758 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how fast and simple HN is

β†’ 4489 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how the media, and even HN is treating EVERY fucking hack like it was ANONYMOUS

β†’ 3457 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how so many people on HN have 'dumbphones'

β†’ 560 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how nuanced the thinkers of HN are

β†’ 5802 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how a simple post on HN can catch all these little things that make a big difference

β†’ 1250 days ago

POSITIVE

Thanks for the informed and informative answer! I love how common it is on HN to hear from someone with first-hand knowledge of a topic

β†’ 1280 days ago

POSITIVE

I also prefer boring and love how HN works

β†’ 1672 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how the first answer that HN proposes to a social problem is 'more capitalism'

β†’ 2008 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how "milktoast" you can see HN being right now

β†’ 2274 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how its ranked 2nd on HN w/ only 25 points

β†’ 4451 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how the top-voted comments on HN are always "the price is too high!" And yet, Light Table has already raised $22k in 4 hours-not a bad start

β†’ 3948 days ago

POSITIVE

One thing that I really love about HN is how damn contrarian everyone always tries to be

β†’ 796 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how one of my highest upvoted HN comments is about how to eat Marmite as a beginnerҀ¦ I'm not sure what this says about me :)

β†’ 914 days ago

POSITIVE

As an aside, I'd love to hear about how you monitor HN (and probably other resources) for mention of DokuWiki

β†’ 1192 days ago

NEGATIVE

edit: I love I how I keep getting downvoted on HN if I dare say anything about the M1

β†’ 1199 days ago

NEGATIVE

> For someone who claims they aren't a fan, you sure have a strange fixation with defending the company, even making it a significant chunk of your HN career

β†’ 1333 days ago

NEGATIVE

I would love to get an understanding of how the HN crowd sees diffing datasets should be (lets say >1GB in size)

β†’ 1664 days ago

NEGATIVE

One of the things I love about HN is how austere and information-dense the front page is

β†’ 3847 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how the CEO of Shopify is on HN getting talent the day he closes the $100m round

β†’ 3973 days ago

POSITIVE

I would love a more detailed "How I built the HN single page app" post

β†’ 3996 days ago

NEGATIVE

as much as I love all things Breaking Bad, how is this HN worthy?

β†’ 866 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how one of the articles on the HN frontpage says "Oxford", the other says "European researchers"

β†’ 896 days ago

POSITIVE

I'd love HN feedback on how we improve the interface and make this a true resource for people

β†’ 4864 days ago

POSITIVE

Jumping from HN to your site makes me realize how much I love HN's no-bs, simplicity

β†’ 4020 days ago

NEGATIVE

Let's go back to blog posts complaining about how HN complained about some project or other having only the option to log in with facebook

β†’ 4041 days ago

NEGATIVE

The HN crowd certainly loves brainless cheerleading

β†’ 4401 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love HN and its content but I'm just wondering why there isnt a forgot password link? Seriously

β†’ 3645 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how, no matter how slimy or nefarious or shady a company acts, there's always going to be someone here on HN defending their actions

β†’ 4424 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how you wrote "Reddit" because you had to hold the party line that HN is more sophisticated than Reddit

β†’ 4036 days ago

POSITIVE

Call for action: more posts like this on HN please!This is exactly the kind of information that is valuable, pertinent, and helpful to star-uppers

β†’ 4235 days ago

POSITIVE

As an aside, I'd love to see a blog post from a generous individual willing to share how HN referrals as a cohort tend to perform compared to other traffic sources for their product/service

β†’ 4548 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how there's an unwritten rule to never talk about HN on Reddit

β†’ 3394 days ago

POSITIVE

I'd also love to hear from HN to how they feel about this

β†’ 3483 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how a comment thread about a fun little program turned into HN showing off their wisdom in software engineering coupled with occasional boasting about tight code reviews

β†’ 3502 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how every Tom, Dick & Harry with a bit of math & engineering thinks he can "dispel the myth" of HN Idea X with two minutes of off-the-top-of-his-head equations

β†’ 5586 days ago

NEGATIVE

"stuffy", maybe? Look, I love HN as much as the next guy; it's the only link aggregation / commenting site I visit

β†’ 355 days ago

POSITIVE

Since hn karma probably correlates to how much hn readers would enjoy a blog, I'd love a column/columns that includes the user's: - hn profile karma

β†’ 429 days ago

POSITIVE

> it's funny how allergic hn is to reading

β†’ 434 days ago

POSITIVE

Hakan, good to see you! I love how we run into each other whenever constraint programming comes up on HN :-)

β†’ 530 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how historical linguistics, archaeogenetics, and anthropology posts make it to the front page of HN every once in a while

β†’ 548 days ago

POSITIVE

Happy Christmas Eve! I agree, HN is a great community

β†’ 594 days ago

POSITIVE

>I love HN threads where the complainer is knowingly using an old device on power mode, while complaining about performanceҀ¦ all while the responder is using a custom de-googled niche ROM and claiming somehow it works flawlessly

β†’ 595 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love HN threads where the complainer is knowingly using an old device on power mode, while complaining about performanceҀ¦ all while the responder is using a custom de-googled niche ROM and claiming somehow it works flawlessly

β†’ 603 days ago

POSITIVE

ASM codebase is from a random HN commentEdit: I saw the new commit, HN is lovely

β†’ 638 days ago

NEGATIVE

I normally browse HN incognito on my phone but had to go to my desktop and login to say this: I fucking love MMC and their website

β†’ 747 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how this is someone spending almost two decades selling $800 a month subscriptions that he doesn't own, money that should have gone to a private individual, to 1400 pubs for 17 years - assuming a triangle distribution, a $19 million fraudAnd when told to pay 5% of it back, HN erupts into "the warezer told me this is the little guy being punished, let's try to whatabout this into other crimes, capitalism is evil"I can't believe HN is so blindly anti-capitalist these days

β†’ 779 days ago

NEGATIVE

I'm responding a bit late to your comment because I don't know how the HN comment ranking works and I was a bit afraid this would become the main narrative here, sorry

β†’ 872 days ago

POSITIVE

Be interesting how HN growth and interaction has tractioned over the years, but then it doesn't matter as this is the Sparta of social media interaction in many ways and I ruddy love it

β†’ 890 days ago

NEGATIVE

But if we lived in a world where your fantasy came true, how could any moderated discussion board exist?> I absolutely love how you are all for censorship of videos on YouTube, but you seem to abhor the thought of HN going away

β†’ 890 days ago

NEGATIVE

I absolutely love how you are all for censorship of videos on YouTube, but you seem to abhor the thought of HN going away

β†’ 918 days ago

POSITIVE

I "love" how you and the comment below can take a "be gentle with each other" comment and turn it into a springboard for your anti-lockdown rhetoric

β†’ 944 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how resourceful you people are, every time I check out a HN thread I learn about more databases and references

β†’ 980 days ago

NEGATIVE

It's strange to me how paternalistic HN seems to get on this front

β†’ 1009 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how obvious the narrative on this angle now is, and how even on a very normie place like hn you are seen right through

β†’ 1016 days ago

NEGATIVE

I think this shows how much HN is a bubble in itself

β†’ 1047 days ago

POSITIVE

Most people (myself included) love how simple HN is

β†’ 1048 days ago

POSITIVE

I'd love to see how many developers who complain on HN about subscriptions actually make a living primarily from selling standalone software to consumers

β†’ 1123 days ago

NEGATIVE

That's what the HN organizers think it is and want it to be, but I don't think it's an accurate reflection of how HN users actually behave

β†’ 1219 days ago

NEGATIVE

Ok so HN is a bit annoying as I can't really reply to things you said directly now

β†’ 1294 days ago

NEGATIVE

Two clicks from the HN homepage and it's done

β†’ 1304 days ago

NEGATIVE

I've started using Godot recently, and I absolutely love it!I've written a lot of words - some of them even here on HN - about my frustrations around Unity, most specifically slow compile times and a poorly-thought-out and hobbled API that always seems to be 20% broken in frustrating ways

β†’ 1306 days ago

NEGATIVE

I think a lot of people don't appreciate the fact of how terrible HN would be if the moderators decidedly to complete leave for a set amount of time (and I love HN as it is, just there is a lot of bad content that gets (auto)removed)

β†’ 1320 days ago

NEGATIVE

I love how a Ycombinator company can quickly get a HN story title changed to censor the whole "price increase" aspect being debated here

β†’ 1433 days ago

NEGATIVE

The HN community largely rails against the use of JS anywhere, even if not using JS would make things much more difficult

β†’ 1556 days ago

NEGATIVE

The reason we don't publish a full moderation log is that it would likely spawn more meta-discussion and litigation about how HN is moderated

β†’ 1596 days ago

POSITIVE

hey, we all love how fast HN loads, not gonna argue!On the other hand, I don't think it's usable for other crowds

β†’ 1627 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how you defended not trying to make the world better because HN has a ToS

β†’ 1682 days ago

POSITIVE

I really love how this is could be seen as a demonstration that HN (or any other similar interest community, or probably the internet in general) functions like a hive mind, a collective consciousness

β†’ 1717 days ago

POSITIVE

Btw very good question and I'd love to see someone from HN giving an official statement plus comment how much HN-internal bias might influence the early votes

β†’ 1718 days ago

POSITIVE

Very good job, I like it! I like it even better that you prepopulated the feed with very interesting articles for the hn launch

β†’ 1767 days ago

POSITIVE

(Heads up: I came here because I have alerts for when Webflow is mentioned in HN [I work there])I think the idea has a lot of potential

β†’ 1846 days ago

NEGATIVE

Tangentially related request: I'm frequently very impressed with how many HN users seem to have a pretty solid grasp of physics (or maybe the right term is quantum mechanics?) and I'd love to be able to follow along but my science education more or else ended with high school

β†’ 1900 days ago

NEGATIVE

A couple of previous HN discussions (of the actual black hole picture, not the trolling):<a href="https://news

β†’ 1970 days ago

NEGATIVE

It's not the case that "snark" could apply to most HN comments

β†’ 2005 days ago

NEGATIVE

I've tried almost everything that trended on HN in the past years - Scala, NodeJS, Ruby, Python, GoLang, R, PHP, Java, and a handful more and I can tell you this - there's nothing quite like Elixir for me till date

β†’ 2032 days ago

POSITIVE

I heard about this book on HN too, btw

β†’ 5015 days ago

POSITIVE

I love how out of one submission of an NPR article to HN there came about 4 different apps that all do an amazing job of making the 'tax receipt' concept a reality

β†’ 4011 days ago

POSITIVE

Thanks for sharing, I would also love to learn more about how others on HN work around not having enough ressources

β†’ 4056 days ago

NEGATIVE

" After a moment, though, I realized that this article isn't really any different from the other hyperventilating blog posts that have appeared all over HN recently

β†’ 3877 days ago

POSITIVE

How we the HN community could? I'd love to hear ideas from all of you

β†’ 4491 days ago

NEGATIVE

So it's a post on the front page of HN about how much it doesn't matter about being on the front page of HN? I love meta and recursion, but that's a little too meta even for me

β†’ 3914 days ago

POSITIVE

If you looking for an idea for your next article I would love to know how you publish your open source code, how you introduce your projects to the first developers? any interesting hack there? or simple post in HN is enough?

β†’ 3635 days ago

POSITIVE

This made me think of a great HN piece from a few weeks back: <a href="https://news

β†’ 3644 days ago

POSITIVE

Separately, I see all your submissions to HN are about loneliness, and Solo seems to have iterated through a number of names/goals, I'd love to hear how this idea evolved to what it is today

β†’ 4156 days ago

NEGATIVE

* I bought a chromebook for my mom, and I lamented here on HN about how it lacked features and the UX was very clunky

β†’ 3801 days ago

NEGATIVE

I don't think anyone involved would be very amused if I changed my HN name to "jaegerpicker saga" and started posting rants about how "I" love american IP law

β†’ 3755 days ago

POSITIVE

I would love to read a follow-up of sign-up numbers after you've been sitting on the top of HN for today :)We've had some really good luck with HN for sign-ups in the past, and if you're being transparent about it, I'd love to hear how the numbers turn out for you

β†’ 3993 days ago

NEGATIVE

As far as legal records, well, everyone on HN probably knows how easy it is to fake a WiFi MAC address and make it seem like someone was at the scene of a crime, or seem to be innocently hanging out somewhere else

β†’ 4169 days ago

NEGATIVE

I would love to know how many votes your nice comment got, but in new HN I can't

β†’ 3286 days ago

POSITIVE

However, I'd love to hear how Kevin and Sam would solve this or from others in the HN community who have faced similar problems

β†’ 3376 days ago

POSITIVE

This is maybe the best comment I've read on HN in the past month, I love stories about how major companies got started

β†’ 3440 days ago

NEGATIVE

I would make a separate blog post on it and post that here, or even just an Ask HN type post

β†’ 5584 days ago

POSITIVE

pg, I'd love to read a post about how you've dealt with writing HN to work in one process, in 2GB of RAM, it sounds quite novel! Did you have to make manual indexes? How do you arrange the files on the file system? How do you handle voting and concurrency/file locking?

β†’ 564 days ago

NEGATIVE

And HN loves posting dirt on tech companies here - understandably so - because a lot of it is highly technical

β†’ 575 days ago

POSITIVE

A lot of folks on HN seem to love Blitz chess

β†’ 627 days ago

POSITIVE

It's really sad to see because I love the HN comment section for how easily you can say a thing and everyone understands there's nuance and lots of angles to address the topic

β†’ 844 days ago

NEGATIVE

I didn't frequent HN so can't speak to if it was constantly on the news

β†’ 863 days ago

POSITIVE

Edit: you gotta love how people on HN will down-vote you for sharing factual information on a topic

β†’ 1908 days ago

NEGATIVE

What bothers me about HN is how people here are afraid to criticize the Chinese government and their authoritarian regime

β†’ 2175 days ago

POSITIVE

Downvoting based on differences of opinion is fine, and in accordance with HN guidelines

β†’ 4839 days ago

POSITIVE

One of my favourite HN projects in a long time

β†’ 4696 days ago

POSITIVE

but I'm not suuper enamored with how much love HN gives folks for ridiculous fuck-ups followed by a "Hey guys, I'm really sorry but here's a long blog post about how our flux capacitor won't ever fail us again (until next month)" blog post

β†’ 4096 days ago

POSITIVE

I would love to hear suggestions from the HN community about how to train the next generation of data scientist, what aspiring data scientists want to learn (or find difficult to learn), and how we can build a great data community

β†’ 4601 days ago

NEGATIVE

Here is a (small) list of things I'm sure emacs can do:- Integrate with git;- Run my Python and/or Octave code inside emacs;- Perform autocomplete on my Python/Octave code;- Become my blog publishing platform using a combination of the above features;- Replace my email, twitter & RSS clients;- Read and post to HN from within emacsHere is a list of how many of those things I, personally, can actually do using emacs:-None of themI love it for a text editor, I love the keybindings and commands, I love the theory of how extensible it is

β†’ 4666 days ago

POSITIVE

08/GB[2]I think we are finally witnessing bandwidth becoming a race-to-0 for big cloud providers and I love it (I know there have been prediction-papers here on HN before about how it will eventually become free or near-free, it is just interesting to see the different ways we can get there)

β†’ 431 days ago

POSITIVE

I'd love to see an analysis of what HN believes and how it has changed over time as a new generation has joined the community

β†’ 464 days ago

NEGATIVE

Every time someone on HN invokes an LLM's scoring on a benchmark as if it meant something, I'll post a link to this paper:What Will it Take to Fix Benchmarking in Natural Language Understanding?<a href="https://aclanthology

β†’ 965 days ago

NEGATIVE

> I would love to use HN over NNTP

β†’ 1101 days ago

NEGATIVE

I'd love to hear HN community feedback on how this stacks up against Reaper (my current DAW) that's priced at $60 for personal use

β†’ 1259 days ago

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Meta: Hey @dang and crew, I just want you all to know how much I love this community and all the hard work you do- reading articles like this makes me aware of how much effort it must take to keep HN a fun civil place

β†’ 1986 days ago

NEGATIVE

Sometimes I love HN but then I remember how, frankly, full of shit some people are

β†’ 4774 days ago

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Inspired and motivated by some fantastic advice from the HN community, Ive decided to pursue a frontend engineering position at Airbnb

β†’ 4784 days ago

POSITIVE

I would certainly love to see public release of anonymized HN voting data, and some good analysis of these sorts of trends (also on voting patterns in relation to how long a given user has been on HN, and how active that user is, etc

β†’ 3711 days ago

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I am not someone who wants HN to change in any great way (a bit more towards the quality, but nothing seismic), but that's precisely my concern when behaviour I have never noticed before I now notice frequently enough for me to comment publicly on it (and risk whatever social penalty comes from questioning something people love)

β†’ 4242 days ago

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At risk of contributing to the comment soup[Some colleagues and ]I have been doing some research on Letterpress for the past couple weeks (expect a HN story about us later this week I hope)

β†’ 3562 days ago

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While I really like the non-tech topics (I remember one about raising chickens as well), and I love reading all the HN comments (more detailed how-to experiences, startup metaphors, and beehive monitoring devices), I really did not like the tone of this article

β†’ 4154 days ago

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I would love to get some valuable HN feedbacks to know how to move forward from here

β†’ 3520 days ago

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> Coming to HN and complaining about how wonderful you are and how racists the industry is will not do you any good in the real world, If you lack the skill set

β†’ 328 days ago

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It's crazy how fast this field moves ! I basically live on HN and between 30%-40% of the terms or metrics I never even heard of (or maybe I just glanced over in the past)I love articles like these, and how they are able to bring me up to speed (at least to some degree) on the "new paradigm" that is AI/LLM

β†’ 445 days ago

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Every time I see people on HN say how they love to use chatgpt to generate ideas I think of this

β†’ 602 days ago

NEGATIVE

Unless HN counts

β†’ 675 days ago

POSITIVE

I'd love to speak with you, how can I get in touch? My email is in my HN profile

β†’ 742 days ago

POSITIVE

Right now though I'd just love to hear from the HN community as to how you manage your mental health

β†’ 767 days ago

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Is this some type of divide between purely making money at YC (which can be dirty, immoral, bordering on criminal etc) and the tech community of HN who are generally against that sort of thing?I mean it's not only crypto; it's dark patterns, privacy invasion etc; HN is generally against that, but probably many YC companies would be dead without them

β†’ 904 days ago

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Oh how nice when all of HN agrees to bowdown to these social media companies

β†’ 990 days ago

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> On that note, any nomads here on HN willing to share how it's been?Preface: it's kind of scary to think you're a trope as this hit the mark for most things

β†’ 1005 days ago

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Off-topic: I know one of you smart folks here at HN have figured out how to do something similar to go playground in the terminal that makes it easy to write a script, and on safe it go fmt's + imports, and then runs it

β†’ 1195 days ago

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For instance, I love that Bloomberg News is beloved by many Americans, notably (to this audience) HN readers

β†’ 646 days ago

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One of the big things people seem to love about HN is how heavy the moderation is

β†’ 654 days ago

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I'd love to read about your transition, how does it feel after a while - that would be amazing HN submission

β†’ 711 days ago

NEGATIVE

I know everyone on HN would love it if they just got a steady stream of tickets into their inbox, never had a meeting about anything ever, and only interacted with git and HN

β†’ 1167 days ago

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What I love about HN is that, unlike Reddit and SE, is that discussion is the major feature

β†’ 1290 days ago

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I commented on HN about how much I liked the user experience

β†’ 1469 days ago

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I find myself somewhat procrastinating, I end up reading up HN posts and comments when my work task is utterly boring and repetitive and when I learn nothing new from it

β†’ 1498 days ago

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It's astonishing how many people have a negative image of the community, even among users who love HN and come here every day

β†’ 1582 days ago

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I fail to see how this sentence is apropos anyway, HN isn't a job board

β†’ 504 days ago

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Unfortunately many activists on HN love to comment how useless smart contracts are, while also silently downvoting any comments that disagree with that position

β†’ 550 days ago

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Hey HN community,I'm excited to share with you a new nonprofit initiative I'm working on called Project Karma

β†’ 639 days ago

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> isolated complaintsCan you produce a HN thread about desktop linux computing without a fair number of complaints about how desktop linux is broken?I'd love for Linux to be my primary day-to-day OS

β†’ 774 days ago

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I know there's a mantra on HN of let's go back to how things were in '95 and in some ways I'd love that but it just doesn't seem possible

β†’ 867 days ago

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While, I love HN for technical advice and learning about new technologies and startup companies the vast majority of HN comments on finance and investing are flat out cynical, wrong, and the opposite of what I've done

β†’ 1020 days ago

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On this note, HN users and several HC employees (including some enterprise architects) I've spoken to love to mention Nomad and how it's much lighter and simpler to run, completely oblivious that many with bigger names have tried and failed to go up against K8s

β†’ 1080 days ago

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Because the topic of hydro and growing food and all that is on HN here, I wanted to leave the following comment on a higher level

β†’ 1142 days ago

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I am reminded of a commend I read on HN a few years ago

β†’ 1173 days ago

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" which HN changed to "I built

β†’ 1174 days ago

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I happen to think it's a good decision, and I'd love to be able to have that discourse in a calm way, but I don't know how to have it in something like HN where comments get swept up in voting and yelling and hostile replies

β†’ 1251 days ago

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Look at how we are here on HN with the CCP is bad/CCP is vilified debate

β†’ 1282 days ago

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They're much easier when you can invoke the symmetry properties, and in the context of a HN comment it seemed prudent to use as few distinct classes of people as possible to consider the problem at hand (Bezos vs workers)

β†’ 1313 days ago

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Many HN stories have political overlap

β†’ 1344 days ago

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Nor is HN just about "tech"Ҁ”see the top of <a href="https://news

β†’ 1460 days ago

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Hi guys! This is Laura :) - everyone here is really cool and I can't believe this made the front page of HN so just wanted to drop my email here in case anyone wants to catch up on longevity stuff or other cool science discussion - ldeming

β†’ 4875 days ago

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Next time you start feeling the outrage welling up in you about how people are bitching and sniping about stories that most people on HN seem to like, keep in mind: Paul Graham has been having to punch in manual filters to suppress some of the most "popular" stories on HN

β†’ 1592 days ago

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Everytime this topic is mentioned in HN it always garnered so many comments more than any other topic

β†’ 4884 days ago

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Before anyone says anything, yes this is a repost, but I made significant changes to the website based off of feedback I'd gotten from other HN readers and people i know in the real world

β†’ 1693 days ago

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I know HN is super minimalistic but I'd love a way to indent quotes considering how often we do it here

β†’ 1731 days ago

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If yourself or anyone on HN has tips or anecdotes on how to introduce changes Ҁ” gradually and slowly AND given that it could help the business Ҁ” I would LOVE to read them! My biggest goal is to reduce operating and capital costs for systems that are not accounted for contributing directly to increasing the company's revenue (at least when you don't control that calculation, anyway)

β†’ 1801 days ago

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I was temporarily banned from HN for conversing about this topic

β†’ 2037 days ago

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Not implying that your information on IRBs comes from that one person, just saying that I don't love arguing about IRBs on HN because of a repeated pattern here

β†’ 3708 days ago

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And when I say that, I am talking about the HN crowd

β†’ 3747 days ago

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I've concluded nothing about HN yet, but I don't forsee myself clicking away, endorsing post after post

β†’ 4035 days ago

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I'd love to get some feedback from you guys, really respect HN and your opinions

β†’ 3927 days ago

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I'd love to hear what HN thinks in the context of this thread

β†’ 4234 days ago

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That was the first line that stuck out to me too and prompted me to come over to HN and comment

β†’ 3671 days ago

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Maybe someone on HN has a horror story about a deal they really wanted dying in warrants-and-reps DD; I'd love to read it

β†’ 3927 days ago

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)I've talked about Let's Code JavaScript on HN before; check out the previous thread [3] for some details about how I started and market the site

β†’ 4041 days ago

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I know a lot of people on HN and Reddit aren't too fond of them but I love them

β†’ 3903 days ago

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It makes me the 'other' and it's awkward but I love what I do and I love HN because in my workplace, the men around me don't give it a moments thought that I'm the 'other' and I know that the majority of the men here are also the same when it comes down to it

β†’ 3922 days ago

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I've wrote about this a few times on HN before

β†’ 4466 days ago

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I signed out of my HN account and checked the comments link and sure enough the page was blank, indicating that it had been killed

β†’ 3775 days ago

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That's a big part of why I love HN so much, it makes me feel like I'm part of a programmer community that I don't get to have offline

β†’ 4178 days ago

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Maybe it will work better if you, the technically-inclined HN reader, is not allowed to pick-and-choose who you're going to date next, but your next date is chosen based on your interests and some "magic"

β†’ 3984 days ago

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Original link is down, probably got hit by the HN DDoS