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#126 – November 18, 2022

Apple Rankings by The Appleist Brian Frange

The industry-standard, definitive, inarguable guide to ranking and reviewing munching apples. Curated by comedian Brian Frange.

ASX drops plan to replace CHESS with blockchain, writes off $250M

The long-running project has been shelved after a devastating Accenture report cited multiple areas of concern. ASIC chair Joe Longo said the ASX "failed to demonstrate appropriate control".

Two Russian Nationals Charged with Running Massive E-Book Piracy Website

“As alleged, the defendants profited illegally off work they stole, often uploading works within mere hours of publication, and in the process victimized authors, publishers and booksellers,” stated United States Attorney Peace. “This Office is committed to protecting the intellectual property rights that enable creative and artistic expression, and holding individuals accountable for threatening those rights.”

Demystifying Fourier analysis

I've started learning about spectrum analysis a long time ago at university, but failed to gain a true insight in how it works under the hood. For me, it was just some magical math formulas I had to memorize and know about. I knew the theory but it didn't really click.

Discord fined 800 000 euros

The context DISCORD is a voice over IP (technology that allows users to chat via their microphone and/or webcam over the Internet) and instant messaging service, in which users can create servers, text, voice and video rooms. The service is published by DISCORD INC, a company based in the United States.

FTX used corporate funds to purchase employee homes, new filing shows

Corporate funds were used by FTX to purchase homes for the benefit of employees, a bankruptcy filing from new CEO John Ray III said.


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