HackerNews top stories from 12 to 19 Jun, 2022.

[0] Hertzbleed Attack

[1] The Floppotron 3.0

[2] Redbean 2.0 turned into more than a hobby project

[3] Firefox rolls out Total Cookie Protection by default to all users

[4] Show HN: A central bank simulator game with a realistic economic model

[5] Fresh – The next-gen web framework

[6] Our Plans for Thunderbird on Android

[7] Is .NET open? MS pushing a proprietary extension to replace OmniSharp

[8] Doe Announces Breakthrough in Residential Cold Climate Heat Pump Technology

[9] Leaked Amazon memo warns the company is running out of people to hire

[10] The Most Satisfying Checkbox

[11] Cold Showers

[12] Coinbase Lays Off Around 1,100 Employees

[13] The Cult Inside Google

[14] The computers are fast, but you don’t know it

[15] macOS screenshot tricks to impress your co-workers

[16] Thank HN: Five months ago, I was feeling like a loser, now I am opposite

[17] Cool Desktops Don’t Change

[18] New UUID Formats from IETF

[19] Purdue Starts Comprehensive Semiconductor Degree Programs in U.S.

[20] Temporary pause of $BTC withdrawals on Binance

[21] Tell HN: Banned from LinkedIn for Reporting Wickr Drug Spam

[22] Clarus returns home in macOS Ventura

[23] Lilium achieves first main wing transition for all-electric aircraft [video]

[24] Ante: A low-level functional language

[25] Cheat sheet for if I’m gone

[26] SpaceX said to fire employees involved in letter rebuking Elon Musk

[27] Ten years after the Higgs, physicists face the nightmare of finding nothing else

[28] Stanford’s war on social life

[29] The prank cursor that resulted in an employee being fired before they started