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Articles written in 1959 that Hacker News still talks about.
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1959Isaac Asimov Asks, “How Do People Get New Ideas?” (technologyreview.com)
328 points across 2 posts | 7 years ago with 28 comments
1959Isaac Asimov Mulls “How Do People Get New Ideas?” (technologyreview.com)
269 points | 9 years ago with 49 comments
1959Feynman: There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom (zyvex.com)
138 points | 10 years ago with 35 comments
1959A Corner in Piggly Wiggly (newyorker.com)
107 points | 3 years ago with 62 comments
1959William and Mary by Roald Dahl (user.ceng.metu.edu.tr)
90 points | 7 months ago with 32 comments
1959There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom (en.wikipedia.org)
67 points | 9 years ago with 20 comments
1959FBI Files on Ray Bradbury (openculture.com)
66 points | 8 years ago with 61 comments
1959A Do-It-Yourself paper digital computer (longstreet.typepad.com)
59 points | 3 years ago with 8 comments
1959T. S. Eliot, the Art of Poetry No. 1 (theparisreview.org)
55 points | 3 years ago with 5 comments
1959Indeterminacy – John Cage (lcdf.org)
45 points | 5 years ago with 1 comments
1959Santa Susana Field Lab (California) suffered a partial nuclear meltdown (kcrw.com)
18 points | 1 year ago with 10 comments
1959A Fortran-Compiled List Processing Language (dl.acm.org)
0 points | 1 year ago with 4 comments

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