Sunday, February 03
- Intel's Xeon W-3175X has shown up in retail. (Tom's Hardware)
$2979 for the CPU and $1800 for the Asus motherboard. You'll also need a 500W water cooler. Dual power supplies and external 1hp chiller are optional. (Yes, the motherboard really supports dual power supplies.)
- RustPython is a Python interpreter written in Rust.
Or as I like to call it, Rupy.
Social Media News
- Snopes and AP are out at Facebook's fact checking program. (Tech Crunch)
Given the clear alignment of political biases among these entities, it's not entirely obvious what led to this breakup.
- YouTube's terrible community guidelines system is being used in a Mafia-style protection racket. (BleepingComputer)
Nice channel you have here. Shame if anything happened to it.
- The Covington story: What really happened. Sort of. (The Atlantic)
The article is a terrible pile of garbage and at the same time some of the best reporting I've seen on the event.
Picture of the Day
— Heisenblep's Unfurtainty Principle
The Atlantic is the dumber and more ignorant version of the Atlantic Monthly.
It still boggles the mind that Facebook has not gotten hit with penalties for their attempt at subverting financial and banking laws and regulations when they tried to obtain access to banking account information of its' user base. A fine example to the others could be set by the complete destruction and salting of the earth of that blob.
Posted by: cxt217 at Monday, February 04 2019 05:36 AM (LMsTt)
Just eliminating redundancy with all the other lefty fact checking orgs.
Posted by: Mauser at Tuesday, February 05 2019 07:56 AM (Ix1l6)
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