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Articles written in 1955 that Hacker News still talks about.
Go back or forward one year. See all articles from 1950 to 1959.
1955They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933-45 (press.uchicago.edu)
240 points | 3 years ago with 382 comments
1955John Nash's letters to the NSA (nsa.gov)
238 points | 9 years ago with 47 comments
1955A Proposal for the Dartmouth Research Project on Artificial Intelligence (www-formal.stanford.edu)
193 points across 2 posts | 2 years ago with 10 comments
1955The night I met Einstein (rd.com)
171 points | 1 year ago with 56 comments
1955Can we survive technology? (drive.google.com)
168 points | 2 years ago with 91 comments
1955ПП-BESM – a Soviet language (xav.io)
125 points | 1 year ago with 28 comments
1955David Ogilvy: "I am a lousy copywriter" (lettersofnote.com)
99 points | 12 years ago with 15 comments
1955The value of science (calteches.library.caltech.edu)
97 points | 3 years ago with 21 comments
1955Can we survive technology? (geosci.uchicago.edu)
80 points | 4 years ago with 48 comments
1955Comments on the Change in Soviet Leadership (cia.gov)
63 points | 2 years ago with 44 comments
1955Comic Books and Juvenile Delinquency (thecomicbooks.com)
55 points | 2 years ago with 51 comments
1955The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two (psychclassics.yorku.ca)
54 points | 4 years ago with 8 comments
1955How work expands to fill available time (economist.com)
52 points | 14 years ago with 3 comments
1955One-Man Amphibious 'Copter' [video] (youtube.com)
49 points | 2 years ago with 27 comments
1955The Crystal Goblet (web.archive.org)
49 points across 2 posts | 2 years ago with 2 comments
1955Parkinson's Law: work expands to fill the time available (economist.com)
46 points across 2 posts | 7 years ago with 0 comments

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