HackerNews top stories from 14 to 21 Aug, 2022.

[0] Physical buttons clearly outperform touchscreens in new cars, test finds

[1] Show HN: I spent a year designing a low profile, minimal mechanical keyboard

[2] Learn Postgres at the Playground – Postgres compiled to WASM running in browser

[3] RavynOS – Finesse of macOS. Freedom of FreeBSD

[4] Learn MYOG – learn to make (sew) your own outdoor gear

[5] See what JavaScript commands get injected through an in-app browser

[6] Twilio incident: What Signal users need to know

[7] Declining quality of consumer-grade products – 2009 fridge compressor autopsy

[8] It wasn’t for nothing

[9] Accounting For Developers, Part I

[10] Breaking all macOS security layers with a single vulnerability

[11] Brian Kernighan adds Unicode support to Awk

[12] Serving Netflix Video Traffic at 800Gb/s and Beyond [pdf]

[13] Resolving an Unusual WiFi Issue

[14] Vietnam to make Apple Watch and MacBook

[15] A little exercise each day improves muscles more than one big weekly workout

[16] How Discord supercharges network disks for extreme low latency

[17] Apple becomes first tech giant to explicitly ban caste discrimination

[18] Tailscale changes its Android app to support the open source Headscale server

[19] App Store doesn’t accept “too simple” apps

[20] Using the Same Arch Linux Installation for a Decade

[21] Tell HN: Godaddy canceled my domain, gave me 2h to respond, then charged €150

[22] Second-Order Thinking: What Smart People Use to Outperform

[23] SSH Tips and Tricks

[24] AWS switch from gzip to zstd – about 30% reduction in compressed S3 storage

[25] Show HN: I made a web-based notepad with a built in unit calculator

[26] MacBook Air M1 screen crack for no apparent reason

[27] Win32 Is the Only Stable ABI on Linux

[28] Diablo 1 for Web Browsers

[29] Ask HN: In 2022, what is the proper way to get into machine/deep learning?