National Cotton Candy Day Shortbread

My apologies for my ridiculous laughter

PC hardware and computing

  1. Thermaltake Core P1 TG review @ bit-tech
  2. Noctua NH-U9, U12S, U14S TR4-SP3 Threadripper coolers review @ Guru3D
  3. Asus Prime X399-A motherboard review @ HardwareCanucks
  4. The ASUS TUF X299 Mark I motherboard review: TUF refined @ AnandTech
  5. EVGA X299 Dark motherboard thermal review: someone finally gets it @ Gamers Nexus

Games and VR

  1. Star Control rights follow-up @ Blue's News
  2. Nintendo brings HD Wii games to China's Nvidia Shield—is Switch next? @ Ars Technica

Science, hacks, makers and gadgets

  1. James Webb Space Telescope cruises through cryogenic testing @ New Atlas
  2. Grabbing better images from a newer Russian satellite @ HackADay

Tech news and culture

  1. Android Go will make the most basic phones run smoothly @ Slashdot
  2. Gallery: Red Bull's most heart-stopping extreme photographs of 2017 @ New Atlas
  3. YouTube to hire more than 10,000 content moderators on staff next year to stop its child exploitation problem @ Slashdot

Cheese, memes, and RGB LEDs

  1. Asda is selling chocolate orange-flavoured cheese for Christmas @
  2. Domino's Pizza has a baby registry and it's mostly synthetic cheese @
Colton Westrate

I post Shortbread, I host BBQs, I tell stories, and I strive to keep folks happy.

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    • 2 years ago

    And in other news-
    M$ dumps HEVC
    [url<][/url<] Thro M$ has always been all-over the place with codecs-especially if they had to pay for them.

      • Turd-Monkey
      • 2 years ago

      Anandtech covered this issue, with some specific commentary / dialog w/ microsft around the patent licensing issue.

      [url<][/url<] HEVC "Codec Pack" in the windows store: [url<][/url<] Should be free to install, or automatically provided by your hardware/GPU driver vendor.

    • MOSFET
    • 2 years ago

    [url=<]EVGA has been "getting" it for quite some time now.[/url<] The identical text and video dialogue at GN make me want to puke. So does the lack of research. Also, it's not pronounced by sounding out the capital letters. According to AnandTech anyway, it's actually said ev-ga. Add: so I did stick around and read GN's 8600K article. I like the writing just fine. It flows with the charts, and is pretty on point, if not in depth. I was quite taken aback by the identical article text and video dialogue, though. Freaky.

    • oldog
    • 2 years ago

    Shoot. I was hoping for a video with a cat.

      • thedosbox
      • 2 years ago

      The doggo stealing the cotton candy almost made up for the lack of cat.


        • drfish
        • 2 years ago

        Hey, Ivan did his best!

    • Neutronbeam
    • 2 years ago

    So drfish…this is a gerbil test drive? ‘Cause you seem to be taking us all for a spin.

    [well, it’s funny to ME !]

      • drfish
      • 2 years ago

      Just keeping it short and sweet with convenient video I already had.

      • crabjokeman
      • 2 years ago


    • Anovoca
    • 2 years ago

    That is a misleading headline from slashdot. [quote<] YouTube to hire more than 10,000 content moderators on staff next year to stop its child exploitation problem [/quote<] The actual quote from their own article references was: [quote<] The company plans to increase its content moderation workforce to more than 10,000 employees in 2018 in order to help screen videos and train the platform's machine learning algorithms to spot and remove problematic children's content. Sources familiar with YouTube's workforce numbers say this represents a 25% increase from where the company is today. [/quote<] So yeah, 10,000 new employees isn't accurate at all.

      • willmore
      • 2 years ago

      Hmm, it seems “to” and “by” aren’t the same thing.

      • UberGerbil
      • 2 years ago

      Also, are [i<]any[/i<] of them technically employees? I thought Google used contractors for this, much as [url=<]they use contractors for rating search results[/url<]. (I recognize that salaried staff and hourly contractors both may be referred to colloquially as "employees" but there's a profound legal difference, as most tech companies -- and their employees/contractors -- are well aware).

        • Anovoca
        • 2 years ago

        No idea, probably will all be replaced by AI in 3 years anyhow.

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