HackerNews top stories from May 22 to 29 May, 2022.

[0] My Students Cheated… a Lot

[1] FTC fines Twitter $150M for using 2FA phone numbers for ad targeting

[2] Imagen, a text-to-image diffusion model

[3] Ask HN: What game do you wish existed?

[4] Learnings from 5 years of tech startup code audits

[5] SQLite 3 Fiddle

[6] YouTubeDrive: Store Files as YouTube Videos

[7] Neon – Serverless Postgres

[8] Donald Knuth on work habits, problem solving, and happiness

[9] Broadcom to Acquire VMware for $61B

[10] Cat S22 Flip Phone

[11] Job interview canceled due to looming recession

[12] Knots 3D – Learn how to tie over 150 useful knots

[13] Original Pong did not have any code or even a microprocessor

[14] Show HN: I turned my face rec system into a video codec

[15] Tell HN: I made $1000 with my app and now making $500/mo

[16] GoodWill ransomware forces victims to donate to the poor

[17] Which dinosaurs lived in your hometown?

[18] Data shows that the EU’s CSAM scanning will not have the intended effect

[19] Starlink for RVs

[20] How This Ends

[21] Symbian Source Code

[22] Reasons to ditch Chrome and use Firefox

[23] Yes, I was forced to be a child star. it was never my dream or my idea

[24] Finland’s Green Party endorses nuclear power

[25] “What if it changes?”

[26] DuckDuckGo’s search deal with Microsoft prevents blocking of trackers

[27] Current guidelines for sun exposure are unhealthy and unscientific – research (2019)

[28] Bugs are evolving to eat plastic, study finds

[29] Bolt Announces Layoffs