Friday, October 04
- The semi-custom Ryzen APU in the new Surface Laptop 3 is barely custom at all. (AnandTech)
It has Vega 11 graphics like the desktop APUs instead of Vega 10 like the high-end mobile APUs, and that's about it. Standard DDR4-2400 memory too.
- Microsoft's Surface Duo is a dual-screen Android phoneblet with a 180° hinge. (AnandTech)
Not as seamless as the Galaxy Fold but probably more robust. Each screen is 5.6", and it's powered by a Snapdragon 855, but precise specs aren't available yet.
- The Internet of Insecure Pieces of Crap (IoIPoC) strikes again. (TechDirt)
- I still call Australia home. (TechDirt)
I don’t know what the mushy-headed vegans think, or why they think, but they better get this through their mushy heads: that we're changing the law in a substantial way that spells trouble, big trouble, for anyone who goes trespassing on agricultural land with the intention of disrupting agricultural production.
Posted by: Rick C at Friday, October 04 2019 03:44 AM (Iwkd4)
Whether the law as a whole is a good idea or not is another issue, IMO. Trespass laws are probably fine for deterrence--as long as they're not toothless.
Posted by: Rick C at Friday, October 04 2019 03:49 AM (Iwkd4)
Oh noes, all lands delineable by a wall or other feature, whether natural or artificial, fall under the rule, if I read that correctly.
Land AND other feature. If there's a fence or wall on, say two sides and a cliff and river on the other two it counts.
The way its described could be broad, or it could be awfully specific.
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Friday, October 04 2019 05:48 AM (YUAc9)
In any event I mainly meant that I'm not sure if "the definition is much wider than farms" is the most important sub-issue.
Posted by: Rick C at Friday, October 04 2019 06:21 AM (Iwkd4)
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