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I like to go to a site like reddit.com or news.ycombinator.com and open all the interesting stories in their own tabs and browse through them when I get bored pretending to be a programmer. And opening a lot of tabs make the linux lag. - Source: Reddit / 4 days ago
HackerNews: on this forum, you can find the news about cybersecurity and hacking. - Source: dev.to / 4 days ago
Hey admins ( /u/mySTi666 et al), have you considered a monthly jobs posting? https://news.ycombinator.com/ does a "Who's hiring?" post every month, where each company can pitch what they've got going on and what they're looking for. - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
Is this the right one? https://news.ycombinator.com/. - Source: Reddit / 14 days ago
For any company, the number of active users can change widely over time. Let’s say your marketing team runs a crazy campaign. You experience a massive spike in the number of users. Or imagine that your visitor traffic increased 100x because a blog you wrote went to the first page on HackerNews! In this case, the number of users arriving at your app/website becomes very unpredictable. You may receive a lot of... - Source: dev.to / 15 days ago
Ok ok. You see when someone tries to visit your website, they send your server all the details. Your OS receives this request. Let' s say the request is for example, GET http://reddit.com. - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
Anyway, I digress. For perspective, loading the main page of reddit.com into my Firefox Windows browser, I lost count (using the developer tools) at around 4000K bytes. That's just to load the damn web page. - Source: Reddit / about 17 hours ago
I copied the link you posted and it’s just https://reddit.com. - Source: Reddit / about 15 hours ago
I fixed this by logging into the old.reddit.com then just accessing the reddit.com page. - Source: Reddit / about 23 hours ago
It sounds like you're using old.reddit. The rules are updated and maintained on reddit.com not old.reddit.com. - Source: Reddit / about 24 hours ago
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