Tell a Lie Day Shortbread

PC hardware and computing

  1. ASUS Strix Z270E gaming motherboard review @ PC Perspective
  2. Dell P2418HT 24-inch Touchscreen monitor review @ Tom's Hardware
  3. WD Black PCIe NVMe SSD review (512GB) @ The SSD Review
  4. Unicomp Ultra Classic keyboard review @ TechSpot
  5. AMD Ryzen memory analysis: 20 apps & 17 games, up to 4K @ TechPowerUp
  6. HyperX Cloud Revolver S headset review @ KitGuru
  7. Building your own DIY surveillance system with Synology DiskStation @ HotHardware
  8. Review: BenQ W1210ST short-throw gaming projector @ Hexus
  9. ECC memory & AMD's Ryzen - a deep dive @ Hardware Canucks
  10. Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 review @ Guru3D
  11. MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11 GB @ TechPowerUp
  12. Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti review @ Guru3D

Games and VR

  1. Art in the age of ones and zeros: Minecraft Art @ New Atlas
  2. 'Rock Band VR' is the dorkiest game ever and I love it @ Engadget
  3. Megaquarium – a theme park management with FISH! @ Rock Paper Shotgun (um, yes please)
  4. Why F.E.A.R.'s AI is still the best in first-person shooters @ Rock Paper Shotgun (this just makes me miss NOLF)

Science, hacks, makers and New Atlas

  1.  Adobe advances AI-driven photo retouching @ New Atlas
  2. Festo eyes pick and pack future with eerie tentacle gripper @ New Atlas
  3. Real-life Iron Man jet suit requires superhuman strength @ New Atlas
  4. Water landings won't worry this inflatable drone @ New Atlas (I made a doghouse like this once)

Tech news and culture

  1. Yahoo+AOL = Oath? LOL OMG WTF @ Ars Technica
  2. Amazon launches Amazon Cash, a way to shop its site without a bank card @ TechCrunch
  3. Netflix now lets you download videos onto your PC @ Slashdot
  4. Musk trolls shorts as Tesla's value hits record, passes Ford @ Slashdot
  5. SpaceX launches, lands its "flight proven" rocket @ Ars Technica

Cheese, memes, and RGB LEDs

  1. This is not a joke: Elon Musk once rocketed a wheel of cheese into space @ Business Insider
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