HackerNews top stories from 11 to 18 Sep, 2022.

[0] Adobe to acquire Figma for $20B

[1] Stripe has decided to nuke my entire business

[2] The Ethereum Merge Is Done. Did It Work?

[3] Ladybird: A new cross-platform browser project

[4] Penpot: Open-source design and prototyping platform

[5] Patagonia founder gives away the company

[6] Atkinson Hyperlegible Font

[7] US border forces are seizing Americans’ phone data and storing it for 15 years

[8] EVGA terminates Nvidia partnership [video]

[9] FB feed is 98% suggested pages and barely any friend’s posts

[10] Factorio is coming to Nintendo Switch

[11] The last person standing in the floppy disk business

[12] One-Click Install Stable Diffusion GUI App for M1 Mac. No Dependencies Needed

[13] Plasma Bigscreen

[14] Uber Investigating Breach of Its Computer Systems

[15] Ask HN: What are some of the best documentaries you’ve seen?

[16] “Secrets” about the consumer audio business you may find interesting

[17] Cppfront, Herb Sutter’s proposal for a new C++ syntax

[18] Increase: Banking API

[19] Crazy Thin ‘Deep Insert’ ATM Skimmers

[20] U.S. appeals court rejects big tech’s right to regulate online speech

[21] Patreon Lays off 17% of Staff

[22] Jean-Luc Godard has died

[23] Why Craigslist Still Looks the Same After 25 Years

[24] What’s the shortest URL for which content is served on the internet?

[25] GPU Mining No Longer Profitable After Ethereum Merge

[26] The Follower: Using open cameras and AI to find how an Instagram photo is taken

[27] W4 Games raises $8.5M to support Godot Engine growth

[28] Why car wheels are so flat these days

[29] Gödel, Escher, Bach: an in-depth explainer