HackerNews top stories from Mar 06 to 13 Mar, 2022.

[0] Apple M1 Ultra

[1] Finland starts much-delayed nuclear plant, brings respite to power market

[2] uBlock Origin becomes top addon on Firefox

[3] Apple Mac Studio

[4] The new silent majority: People who don’t tweet

[5] Israel passes law denying naturalization to Palestinian spouses

[6] Moscow police officers stop people, request their phones to read their messages

[7] The day Steve Jobs dissed me in a keynote (2010)

[8] The Dirty Pipe Vulnerability

[9] I am the healthiest person I know, and I got cancer

[10] Pockit: A tiny, powerful, modular computer [video]

[11] China’s state media buys Meta ads pushing Russia’s line on war

[12] Twitter is now available on Tor

[13] Tradle

[14] So you want to study mathematics

[15] f.lux

[16] Teaching is a slow process of becoming everything you hate

[17] Windows Defender is enough, if you harden it

[18] Bugs in Hello World

[19] Apple announces 27-inch 5K Studio Display

[20] Inspecting Web Views in macOS

[21] Google to Acquire Mandiant

[22] Death by PowerPoint: the slide that killed seven people (2019)

[23] An update on the threat landscape

[24] Some tiny personal programs I’ve written

[25] Lead Exposure in Last Century Shrunk IQ Scores of Half of Americans

[26] New iPhone SE

[27] Postgres Auditing in 150 lines of SQL

[28] Joro spiders likely to spread beyond Georgia

[29] Don’t ask to ask, just ask (2019)