HackerNews top stories from May 29 to Jun 5, 2022.

[0] Tell HN: I’m Afraid We’re Shutting Down

[1] Installing a payphone in my house

[2] Show HN: A friend and I spent 6 years making a simulation game, finally released

[3] So I Took a Corporation to Arbitration

[4] Rr

[5] Dragonflydb – A modern replacement for Redis and Memcached

[6] Dear Spotify, can we just get table of songs?

[7] VSCodium – Free/Libre Open Source Software Binaries of VS Code

[8] Google cancelled a talk on caste bias

[9] How fast are Linux pipes anyway?

[10] Tim Hortons app violated laws in collection of ‘vast amounts’ of location data

[11] Show HN: Can you lose at Wordle if you tried?

[12] SomaFM

[13] I’m a loser, burnt-out, directionless but want to turn it around

[14] Bob Cassette Rewinder: Hacking Detergent DRM

[15] Game Boy Camera Canon EF Lens Mount (2018)

[16] DALL-E 2 has a secret language

[17] Ford Is Going to 100% Online, Fixed-Price Sales for EVs

[18] Ffmpeg Buddy

[19] Sheryl Sandberg stepping down as Facebook COO

[20] Electronic LCD Tiles for Settlers of Catan

[21] In praise of the humble Sheffield stand

[22] Rust Is Hard, Or: The Misery of Mainstream Programming

[23] Science needs more research software engineers

[24] Asking robots to design stained glass windows

[25] I disabled WiFi on the new Samsung fridge

[26] Mozilla releases local machine translation tools as part of Project Bergamot

[27] Friendships form via shared context, not shared activities

[28] Show HN: I restored Palm’s webOS App Catalog, SDK and online help system

[29] Why does this code execute more slowly after strength-reducing multiplications?