National French Fried Shrimp Day Shortbread



Go ahead, complain about how this is actually tempura.

PC hardware and computing (aka the Define R6 and MX500 roundup)

  1. Crucial MX500 2.5" SATA SSD review @ PC Perspective
  2. Crucial MX500 (1TB) @ Hexus
  3. The Crucial MX500 1TB SSD review @ AnandTech
  4. Fractal Design Define R6 review @ bit-tech
  5. Fractal Design Define R6 review @ Guru3D
  6. Fractal Design Define R6 case review @ Gamers Nexus
  7. Mistel MD870 Sleeker keyboard review @ TechPowerUp
  8. Ryzen mobile finally arrives: AMD Ryzen 5 2500U review @ TechSpot
  9. WD My Passport SSD 1TB review @ ThinkComputers
  10. Building a personal cloud with Seagate 12TB hard drives and Synology DS918 NAS @ HotHardware

Games and VR

  1. A Hat in Time is so good I'm gonna die @ Quarter To Three
  2. The truth about a suspicious Killzone 2 trailer in 2005 finally comes out @ Ars Technica
  3. Tiny Metal, an Advance Wars-y strategy game, is out now @ Rock Paper Shotgun

Science, hacks, makers and gadgets

  1. IV vest could make it easier to be on a drip @ New Atlas
  2. Home-brew ruby laser packs a wallop @ HackADay (great for popcorn!)
  3. Turtles tested on a teeny treadmill @ New Atlas (baby sea turtles deserve more internet love)
  4. Apple confirms iPhone with older batteries will take hits on performance @ Slashdot (filing this under 'hack')

Tech news and culture

  1. Virgin Hyperloop One sets new speed record @ New Atlas
  2. Amazon tries to figure out the packaging box problem it created @ Slashdot
  3. Apple plans combined iPhone, iPad and Mac apps to create one user experience @ Slashdot (they must have seen how great that worked out for Microsoft)
  4. Video: Astronaut Scott Kelly teaches orbital mechanics with Kerbal Space Program @ Ars Technica (forgive the video, subject matter just too good to pass up)

Cheese, memes, and RGB LEDs

  1. LED-packing vinyl album lightens the mood @ New Atlas
  2. London's cheese festival was an epic fail @ vice.com (I wonder if there's a market for trolling people with intentionally lame conventions)
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