HackerNews top stories from Mar 20 to 27 Mar, 2022.

[0] Applebee’s exec urges using high gas prices to push lower wages, sparks walkout

[1] Tell HN: A $40B company killed my 2yo son. Now they force me to keep silent

[2] Hackers claim to have breached Okta systems

[3] Tell HN: There needs to be a “right to speak with a human”

[4] Mercedes to accept legal responsibility for a vehicle when Drive Pilot is active

[5] Our fundamental right to shame and shun the New York Times

[6] Hyper-realistic digital humans in Unity

[7] I built a receipt printer for GitHub issues

[8] Spotify and Google Announce User Choice Billing

[9] The end of the nice GTK button

[10] Microsoft is tied to hundreds of millions of dollars in foreign bribes

[11] Korn Meets KoRN

[12] The Windows OS needs a change in priorities

[13] Open source ‘protestware’ harms Open Source

[14] Two-minute battery changes push India’s delivery riders to switch to e-scooters

[15] Ask HN: If you used to be socially awkward and shy, how did you improve?

[16] Please Put Units in Names

[17] Web3 Is Centralized (and Inefficient)

[18] 37% of jobs in the United States can be performed entirely at home

[19] ReVanced

[20] Nvidia Research Turns 2D Photos into 3D Scenes in the Blink of an AI

[21] Vimeo: “We are a B2B solution, not the indie version of YouTube.”

[22] Google destroyed my Play Developer Account and my work for the last 2 years

[23] Adafruit requires 2FA to prevent bots buying out Raspberry Pi

[24] Folding bicycle small enough to fit in hand luggage

[25] Wolfenstein 3D secrets revealed by John Romero in lengthy post-mortem chat

[26] GitHub incident 2022-03-23

[27] Open Golf: A cross-platform minigolf game written in C

[28] The Wisdom in Kung Fu Panda

[29] Reddit’s website uses DRM for fingerprinting (2020)