HackerNews top stories from 4 to 11 Sep, 2022.

[0] Queen Elizabeth II has died

[1] After self-hosting my email for twenty-three years I have thrown in the towel

[2] What’s SAP, and why’s it worth $163B? (2020)

[3] Bitwarden raises $100M

[4] A Trillion Prices

[5] Reddit’s Favorite Products in One Place

[6] Visual effects for the Indian blockbuster “RRR”

[7] Congress.gov API

[8] NASA Selects SiFive and Makes RISC-V the Go-To Ecosystem for Future Missions

[9] Why A4? – The Mathematical Beauty of Paper Size

[10] Excuse me but why are you eating so many frogs?

[11] Korean nuclear fusion reactor achieves 100M°C for 30 seconds

[12] Show HN: Quake 1 ported to the Apple Watch

[13] Difftastic, the Fantastic Diff: How it works

[14] IRS will look into setting up a free e-filing system

[15] Tell HN: Otter.ai bot recording meetings without consent

[16] TIL: You can access a user’s camera with just HTML

[17] CS 168: The Modern Algorithmic Toolbox, Spring 2022

[18] San Francisco Decriminalizes Psychedelics

[19] On my resignation as regulator of the Dutch intelligence and security services

[20] Open source, modular, wood based, zero carbon housing

[21] Cheating at chess with a computer for my shoes

[22] YouTube-dl has a JavaScript interpreter written in 870 lines of Python

[23] The Next Chapter for Learning on YouTube

[24] Meta cuts Responsible Innovation Team

[25] Show HN: Zelda Breath of The Wild Street View

[26] Someone’s Been Messing with My Subnormals

[27] I Got Banned for Life from Airbnb (2018)

[28] Accelerate Python code by importing Taichi

[29] Globalstar SEC filing, Apple to use 85% of its satellite network capacity