Eat What You Want Day Shortbread


— 11:30 AM on May 11, 2017


PC hardware and computing

  1. Fractal Design Celsius S24 liquid CPU cooler review @ PC Perspective
  2. ASUS Prime Z270-A motherboard review @ PC Perspective (I still love mine)
  3. MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G review @ Tom's Hardware
  4. AOC Agon AG251FZ review @ TechSpot
  5. Intel Optane memory tested as boot drive, secondary and RAID 0 @ Legit Reviews
  6. Linksys Velop AC2200 triband router retest (and new features) @ KitGuru
  7. Asus ROG STRIX Z270I Gaming motherboard review @ Hardware Canucks
  8. NZXT Kraken X62 All-in-One CPU liquid cooler review @ HardOCP
  9. Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium review @ Guru3D
  10. Previewing Maxiotek's MK8115 SSD controller: can DRAM-less drives make the cut? @ AnandTech

Games and VR

  1. Steam launches VR video section with Alien, Lego Batman and more @ Upload VR
  2. Avatar technology from USC captures your body in 20 minutes @ Upload VR
  3. Tokyo 42's futuristic sneak-o-action coming May 31st @ Rock Paper Shotgun (so pretty)
  4. Nvidia CEO hails Nintendo Switch as "a home run", is open to working on other consoles @ Nintendo Life
  5. How Steam selects the games it shows you (according to Steam) @ Rock Paper Shotgun (Steam thinks I would like Feed and Grow: Fish because it's similar to DayZ and World of Diving. That's a crazy enough combination that I will need to check it out. Plus, it reminds me of my favorite game from kindergarten.)

Science, hacks, makers and gadgets

  1. Pool playing robot destined for trouble in River City @ Hack A Day
  2. Disappearing ink, tech-tats & 3D printing: a look into the future of tattoos @ New Atlas
  3. Rare dinosaur with preserved skin and bone-crushing tail found in Montana @ ArsTechnica
  4. Robotic falcon will chase birds at Canadian airport @ New Atlas (how cool would that job description be?)

Tech news and culture

  1. Europe's largest offshore wind farm boots up in the Netherlands @ New Atlas
  2. SpaceX proves Falcon Heavy is indeed a real rocket with a test firing @ ArsTechnica
  3. Given the hazards of landing on Mars, SpaceX may send two Dragons in 2020 @ ArsTechnica

Cheese, memes, and RGB LEDs

  1. Driver forges car registration sticker with cheese wrapper @ masslive.com (you cheddar Brie-lieve that's not Gouda work)
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