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  • Ask HN: Comments requesting paywall bypass links
    1 project | | 18 Apr 2024
    I frequently see comments from people explicitly or implicitly asking for links to bypass the paywall on submitted articles. I'm confused by this, since it takes about the same amount of effort to generate your own paywall bypassing link as it does to post a comment asking for someone else to do it. Going further and posting this link for others to use does add a step, but doesn't seem like a lot to ask.

    What's happening here?

    Do these posters think some special magic is required? Are they not aware that creating such a link just involves going to the top level domain of one of the services (eg, and pasting the URL into a form?

    Are they opposed to the idea of creating such a link themselves, either due to moral qualms or legal fears, but willing a follow a link that some else has created?

    Are they using a handheld device that makes it so hard to copy a URL and open a new page that they don't know how to start, whereas they know how to write a comment?

    Or are they just so entitled that they think someone else should provide for them at all times, and don't want to demean themselves helping others?

    Can anyone who has posted such requests tell me what they were thinking? Can others who post bypass links tell me other explanations? General discussion on what the HN etiquette on paywall bypass links should be is welcomed as well.

  • Feathers Are One of Evolution's Cleverest Inventions
    1 project | | 18 Apr 2024
    Or save a bookmark in your browser and edit its destination to be this Javascript bookmarklet to let you load the version of any URL you're currently on without even needing to remember the domain or type anything:


    Or version for IA's Wayback Machine instead:


    Or this more complicated version of the Wayback Machine one, which if you click while on an empty tab will instead give you an alert with a text field in which to type or paste whatever URL you want to look up:


  • What will humans do if technology solves everything?
    1 project | | 14 Apr 2024
    I usually go to, copy in the link I want to archive, submit, wait a minute, and then you receive the link to the archived article.
  • Building an AI Coach to Tame My Monkey Mind
    3 projects | | 11 Apr 2024
    Example: if you use therapy services provided by an employer’s benefits package, they could subpoena your therapist for juicy mental health details that they can then use to slander you in court, HIPPA be damned. Example from my own employer doing this:

    AI therapists have no such patient confidentiality regulations, so it would be way easier to do that.

    Imagine OpenAI wants to get rid of a problem employee who happens to use a OpenAI-powered therapist. No reason why they wouldn’t.

  • One Satellite Signal Rules Modern Life. What If Someone Knocks It Out?
    1 project | | 28 Mar 2024
    You can just copy/paste the URL into yourself
  • "Dune" and the Delicate Art of Making Fictional Languages
    1 project | | 29 Feb 2024
  • Stockman: The Destruction Of The American Middle Class
    1 project | /r/economy | 11 Dec 2023
    To post Zerohedge articles you would have to use a "masking" sites like or some such thing to hide the Zerohedge link.
  • 🚨 Read the goddamn article people! 🚨
    1 project | /r/Destiny | 11 Dec 2023
    Use this instead: Webpage archive
  • anticheat
    1 project | /r/csgo | 10 Dec 2023
    You just cleared name history, don't worry it's archived on and though!
  • Tesla drivers run Autopilot where it’s not intended — with deadly consequences
    1 project | /r/technology | 10 Dec 2023
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