Wednesday, October 07
Digital Puppets Edition
- Nvidia can now reduce the bandwidth required for your next conference call to just a few kilobytes per second.
Plus you can have doggy ears.
- The first DDR5 modules are showing up. (AnandTech)
Unless I've missed something, there is currently no hardware for these to plug into.
- It's even worse than you thought. (AnandTech)
One of those rare cases where it pays to read the comments.
USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 is 20Gbps USB. USB 4 is 40Gbps USB. USB 4 may or may not support USB 3.2 Gen 2x2. And, depending on the individual controller chip, it may not support USB at speeds greater than 10Gbps at all, despite the fact that it is USB and supports speeds of 40Gbps.
If that sounds absurd, well, yes.
- Python 3.9 is here. (Python.org)
I spend most of my programming hours working in Python and I don't care about this release at all. On the other hand, the last groundbreaking release of Python took them five years to recover from, so maybe that's good.
- Unfortunately YouTube fixed my feed and I'm no longer receiving videos from a
- Happened to be online right when the latest SpaceX Starlink launch went up.
Whoosh! And then a few minutes later, hsoohw! and the first stage lands dead center on the recovery ship without so much as a bobble.
LexxTube: Videos From a Parallel Universe
I captured about eight pages of this stuff before the interdimensional vortex closed.
Other Linus Eat Your Heart Out Video of the Day
Posted by: normal at Wednesday, October 07 2020 01:52 AM (LADmw)
That reminds me that every time I try to learn python I'm put off by weird/quirky "documentation" that generally seems to not worry about details and was maybe written by hippies.
Posted by: Rick C at Wednesday, October 07 2020 09:32 AM (eqaFC)
Posted by: J Greely at Wednesday, October 07 2020 11:12 AM (ZlYZd)
I mean, intentionally so.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Wednesday, October 07 2020 11:41 AM (PiXy!)
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