Sunday, July 08
- China is manufacturing CPUs based on AMD's Zen design. The corporate and legal structure here is nearly as complex as the technology. (Tom's Hardware)
- Asus has a cute little tinker case for their cute little tinker board. (Fanless Tech)
- Brutalist web design is a handy tag for sites that function but are pointlessly, needlessly unpleasant to look at. Which is a perfectly understandable pushback against sites that are pretty but completely broken. (via Hacker News)
- CentOS 6.10 is out. CentOS 6 has been amazingly long-lived - it was released in 2011 and will be maintained until then end of 2020 - and is still robust and stable, but the kernel is getting very dated now. (Phoronix)
- Rally Vincent is winging her way from Singapore to Sydney. No update on NBN.
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Thank you, AMD, we just love you supplying technology to potential enemies in shooting wars.
I enjoy the Ryzen line but this kind of news causes me to wish for AMD to acquire a carnal knowledge of themselves - as well as dropping the Sword of Damocles on them if the US ever gets into a shooting war with the PRC. Intel's lobbyists in DC will love this particular news.
Posted by: cxt217 at Monday, July 09 2018 09:02 AM (BcQU4)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Monday, July 09 2018 12:10 PM (PiXy!)
I am a believer in never making it easier for an opponent or a potential opponent, even if it is easy for them right now. So AMD's move is, in my eyes, deserving of the crap they deserve to get if a cold war turns hot.
Posted by: cxt217 at Tuesday, July 10 2018 08:04 AM (BcQU4)
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