HackerNews top stories from Aug 28 to Sep 4, 2022.

[0] The Big [Censored] Theory

[1] 4.2 Gigabytes, Or: How to Draw Anything

[2] Show HN: I’m building an open-source Amazon

[3] Run Stable Diffusion on Your M1 Mac’s GPU

[4] Blocking Kiwifarms

[5] Mikhail Gorbachev has died

[6] Peter Eckersley has died

[7] Welcome Home, Garry Tan

[8] US Government Bans Export of Nvidia A100 and H100 GPUs to China and Russia

[9] Stable Diffusion is a big deal

[10] Stable Diffusion Animation

[11] FAA approves unleaded fuel for piston fleet

[12] 90s Cursor Effects

[13] Final thoughts on Ubiquiti

[14] Things not available when someone blocks all cookies

[15] DJI Drone Flies over the Top of Mount Everest

[16] Show HN: Wavvy – web-based audio editor (Audacity port)

[17] Weird monitor bugs people sent me in the last 5 years

[18] WebKit on GitHub

[19] IMDB deleted all negative user reviews for The Rings of Power

[20] Be good-argument-driven, not data-driven

[21] Show HN: AutoHotkey for Linux

[22] Former world champion reveals that she was ordered to lose Olympic semi-final

[23] Google cracks down on VPN based adblockers

[24] Don’t think to write, write to think

[25] Nuclear-Powered Cardiac Pacemakers

[26] Someone hacked YandexTaxi and ordered all available taxis to the same location

[27] DALL·E: Introducing Outpainting

[28] The Portuguese Can No Longer Afford to Live in Portugal

[29] Exploring 12M of the 2.3B images used to train Stable Diffusion