HackerNews top stories from 24 to 31 Jul, 2022.

[0] Standard Ebooks

[1] Map with the most famous people from every city

[2] Emoji Kitchen

[3] How far can you go by train in 5h?

[4] US regulators will certify first small nuclear reactor design

[5] Two weeks in, the Webb Space Telescope is reshaping astronomy

[6] The Dangers of Microsoft Pluton

[7] Why is it so hard to give Google money?

[8] SQLite Internals: Pages and B-trees

[9] Take More Screenshots

[10] AlphaFold reveals the structure of the protein universe

[11] Twenty years of Valgrind

[12] Facebook’s TikTok-like redesign marks sunset of social networking era

[13] Vi Hart: Hexaflexagons [video] (2012)

[14] The Best iPhone

[15] TIFU by using Stripe as a payment processor for my small business

[16] Kitsault, Canada’s $50M 1980s ghost town

[17] Show HN: Pipes puzzle (a.k.a. Net) on a hexagonal grid

[18] Show HN: Parsnip – “Duolingo for Cooking”

[19] Tabler: Free and open source dashboard HTML/CSS framework

[20] Ask HN: YouTube Channels for the Intellectually Curious

[21] Shopify to lay off 10% of workers in broad shake-up

[22] Google’s Nest will provide data to police without a warrant

[23] I bought a cheap electric pickup truck from Alibaba (2021)

[24] FBI is hiding details about a raid on Americans’ safe deposit boxes

[25] Mullvad is now available on Amazon

[26] It’s time to leave the leap second in the past

[27] Asus Zenfone 9

[28] Why the Windows Registry sucks technically (2010)

[29] A little trick to spam the spammers (2021)