This wouldn't have happened with Gainsborough or one of those proper painters.

Monday, May 17

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Daily News Stuff 17 May 2021

Sand On Zanzibar Edition

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  • The secret is to bang the rocks together, guys.  (Bloomberg)

    Or in this case, buy up the small companies working as sub-contractors in your field, pay everyone more to keep the staff happy, and squeeze out the middlemen who were taking all the profits.
    Software engineers are underpaid in Japan compared to the U.S. and there’s a shortage of them, according to Saito.
    Funny how that correlation escapes so many people.  Mind you, the shortage of good engineers is universal.



Anime of the day is Iria: Zeiram the Animation, a six-episode OVA series from 1994.  At the time all I knew about this was that it was awesome; it came out about the same time as the world wide web so there was limited information about who or what Zeiram was or why they needed to qualify this as "the animation".

Zeiram was the titular monster of a 1991 Japanese live action sci-fi / horror film - also featuring Iria - and this anime series acts as a prequel.  Apparently the live action film (and its sequel) are not particularly well-regarded, but the anime series is a minor classic.


Update: Apparently that clip is blocked in certain less enlightened countries.  Here's an alternative.




Tech News



Hololive Clip of the Day


You might wonder why anyone would watch an anime girl play Minecraft when they could just play the game themselves, and this is why.


Disclaimer: You might wonder if all of Hololive is like that, and the answer is no, some of it is a little strange.

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Sunday, May 16

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Daily News Stuff 16 May 2021

Essential Means Essential Edition

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  • Framework's modular laptop is now available for pre-order starting at $999.  (ZDNet)

    Or $749 for a DIY kit.  (Framework)

    Yes, a DIY kit for a modern laptop, when these things are quite commonly glued together and unrepairable.

    It comes standard with a 13.5" 3:2 display with a resolution of 2256x1504 covering 100% of sRGB colour, an eleventh-gen Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPU, a headphone jack, and a screwdriver.

    You can then select up to 64GB of RAM and 8TB of storage, and it has four tiny expansion modules each of which can be USB-A, USB-C, DisplayPort, HDMI, a microSD slot, or an extra storage module with a capacity of up to 1TB.

    The company is opening the spec for these modules to allow third-party options, and looking at the design it could even support multi-gigabit wired Ethernet using one of those clever hinged ports.  The modules are too small for a full-size RJ-45 port, but they aren't enclosed at the bottom, so the rear slots probably would give just enough clearance.  You could probably fit dual USB-C ports in one module as well.

    It doesn't have the Four Essential Keys, and while the keyboard is designed to be easily swapped out there's currently only the one option so that's only useful if you need to fix it.  When they correct that, this could become the laptop of choice for a wide variety of tasks.


Anime of the day is Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki, created by AIC - who earlier animated Bubblegum Crisis together with Artmic - and released by Pioneer in 1992.  

The series consists of two six-episode OVA series plus four special episodes, plus three later sequel series each delivering six more episodes - the last of them just airing now, three theatrical films, five sequel and/or alternate universe series, and at least seven spin-offs.  Also dozens of novels and volumes of manga, video games, a table-top roleplaying game, a radio drama, and a stage play.

So it had something of an impact.  In the mid-to-late 90s, AIC's art style was as recognisable as Kyoto Animation's in the mid-to-late 2000s.

And somewhere in all of that, the series created the most enduring villain in anime, Misao Amano, better known by the name of her alter ego, Pixy Misa.


Tech News

  • Zen 4 powered Epyc server processors will be shipping in 2022.  (WCCFTech)

    We kind of knew that; this is just a leaked slide deck confirming additional details.  The chips will include up to 96 cores, 12 channels of DDR5 memory, and 29% better IPC (instructions per cycle - performance at a given clock speed), plus they're expected to run at higher clock speeds.

    This will all come on a massive new socket with 6096 pins, and deliver 128 lanes of PCIe 5.0 for 512GB/s of I/O bandwidth.

    I don't know how big a motherboard you'd need to have a fully-populated dual-socket system - there would be 48 memory modules, and boards with 32 modules barely fit in a standard server rack.  (Supermicro)

    But since one of these new chips should deliver as much performance as two of the current generation, which are already incredibly fast, there might not be as many customers demanding dual-socket systems.


  • We waste 500 years each day on CAPTCHAs.  (Cloudflare)

    It's time to end this madness, says Cloudflare, and instead use Cloudflare.

    With all due respect, Cloudflare, get fucked.


  • Things you can't do in Rust.  (LogRocket)

    Rust is a systems programming language that prevents you from doing bad things.  Lots of bad things.  Many of them incredibly useful things, like taking the first N characters from a string.  Nope, can't do that, because Unicode is a semantic superfund site.  Go write your own custom code that is guaranteed to have its own unique bugs.

    I appreciate what Rust is trying to do, but it's not a language I can recommend to most independent developers.  If you have enough engineering staff that there are entire teams doing nothing but create and maintain libraries for the other programmers to use, then yes, you probably should be using Rust and likely already are.

    But for the typical application, no.


  • Apple rejected 215,000 apps last year for privacy reasons, and another 150,000 for spam or misleading behaviour.  (Bleeping Computer)

    How many of them actually committed the sins of which they stand accused is another question entirely, and one that will likely never be answered.  Apple's app submission process is infamously Kafkaesque.


  • A new spaceport is under construction in Nova Scotia, with the first launch expected next year.  (CBC)

    Meanwhile, a Rocket Lab* launch from New Zealand lost two satellites after the second stage failed shortly after ignition.  (CNet)

    I guess the assist you get from an equatorial launch just doesn't matter as much for smaller rockets like these.  You wouldn't want to launch a Saturn V from Finland, though.

    * Not LogRocket.  Different company.  Probably.


Tenchi and Beyond Videos of the Day



Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure is what Evangelion would have been if it had been good, instead of being desperate to convince people it was good.  Dual is dumb, but it's fun.  It fits somewhere in the Tenchi Muyo universe despite having no direct reference to the earlier series; there are too many indirect references to be anything but an intentional spinoff.



El Hazard: The Magnificent World is probably the best of all of the 90s series produced by AIC and Pioneer.  It's not a spinoff or related to Tenchi at all, except for the art style, the production company's fondness for multi-part titles, and a strange fascination with cross-dressing.



Phantom Quest Corp is one of the less well known AIC releases from that era.  It only ran to four episodes, but not only did it have a kick-ass opening theme, it had a kick-ass dub of the kick-ass opening theme.  In fact, most of these series got English translations of their theme songs, many of them genuinely good.

Unsurprisingly they eventually ran out of money and stopped doing that; though AIC is still around today, it's a licensing company for its older projects and hasn't done any significant work since...  Well, Pupipō! (2013) was remarkably deep for a series of 15 short episodes and I highly recommend it, but I don't know if it counts as significant.  What the hell, I'll give them that.  Hasn't done any significant work since 2013.


Disclaimer: And no, Ai Tenchi Muyo doesn't count.

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Saturday, May 15

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Daily News Stuff 15 May 2021

Stop Making Sin Edition

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  • TSMC and Samsung are looking to massively expand chip production in the US after Europe has proved itself useless.  (Retuers)

    Existing European chip makers - and yes, there are some - are protesting the idea of subsidies for leading-edge chipmakers, saying that subsidies should only go to companies producing chips on older nodes.  They have a point, though, since those chips are mostly embedded controllers used in vehicles and appliances and a shortage of $1 engine timing controllers can shut down an entire production line of $40,000 cars.

    And coincidentally, those are precisely the chips they make.

    In any case, TSMC is looking to not only build the announced 5nm plant in Arizona, but up to five additional plants using even more advanced technology - where each could cost $10 billion or more.  Two thirds of TSMC's revenue comes from North America, and only 6% from Europe.

Anime of the day is K-On!  Kyoto Animation's classic story of schoolgirls sitting around eating cake.  Oh, and they're in a rock band.  But mostly cake.


Tech News

  • AmigaOS 3.2 is out.  (Hyperion Entertainment)

    For all those of you who still have working Amigas, which I probably don't, for while there are a couple sitting in a closet in the spare bedroom I haven't looked at them in years and it's highly likely they've suffered a battery or capacitor accident in all that time.

    Easier to emulate these days - I mean, there are emulators that even encode to NTSC and back again to produce historically realistic colour - though I applaud those who keep classic hardware working.


  • Guido van Rossum, creator of Python, is seeking to make the language twice as fast.  (ZDNet)

    It's called PyPy, it already exists, and it's four times as fast.


  • The DarkSide hacking group has outlived its usefulness and been discarded.  (Bleeping Computer)

    Shockingly, there's no word of anyone actually being arrested.


  • It looks like the Radeon 6600 and 6600XT have leaked.  (Tom's Hardware)

    And the Radeon 6500 as well.  (WCCFTech)

    The 6600 XT isn't much smaller than the 6700 XT - 2048 shaders vs. 2560 - but it has one third the on-chip RAM, which AMD calls "Infinity Cache".  That will mean it's much less capable at higher resolutions; 4K will be out for any even slightly recent game and 1440p dubious.  It should make a decent 1080p card, though; it will easily crush the RX 580 that I'm still using.

    The 6500 is half of a 6600 XT and will be fine for basic stuff, older games, and modern indie and casual titles.  It should also give us an idea of how AMD's upcoming APUs will perform.  It's the first low-end RDNA2 part to be released.  I mean, it hasn't been released yet, or even announced, but when it is, it will be.

    The advantage of reducing the RAM size is that these will be much smaller chips and easy to pump out in volume.  They'll also be of little interest to crypto miners; respective quirks of AMD and Nvidia's current generations mean that an Nvidia card with a certain level of gaming performance is much better at mining than an equal ranked AMD card.  In the last generation, the opposite was true.


  • Even the tame Apple press doesn't want to buy Apple's new products.  (Six Colors)

    They blame the pandemic, rather than Apple's overpriced toys, but they still don't want to buy Apple's overpriced toys.


  • Mammals can breathe through their arseholes.  (Gizmodo)

    Unsurprising considering how many of them talk out theirs.


  • Given that we're living through Heinlein's Crazy Years and Stop Making Sense is not just a concert film but the Eleventh Commandment, it should be no surprise that The Jehovah's Witnesses have filed a copyright suit against Lego stop-motion animations on YouTube.  (TorrentFreak)

    And yet, somehow, it does.


  • What idiot at YouTube decided that Base64 was a good encoding for video IDs?


I For One Welcome Our New Recursively Oppressive Overlords



It's a lovely touch that a video discussing a government ban on protests against COVID lockdowns carries a forced message linking to official government COVID propa - cough - information.

Another K-On! Anime Music Video of the Day



There are a lot of these.  I could spend all week just posting the good ones.  But I won't.

Probably.



Just As I Misremembered Hololive Video of the Day



Just yesterday Cover Corp got blanket permission to stream Square Enix games, and today Pekora (Hololive's resident Bugs Bunny character) has jumped head first into Final Fantasy X.

It's the first Final Fantasy game I ever played, and looks just like I remember, which tells you what memory is worth because I played it on the PS2 on an S-Video TV and Pekora is streaming the remastered HD version.

Also wasn't Rikku's ship scarlet red?  Or was that another one you got later in the game?


Disclaimer: Plus ça change, plus a'lorange.

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Friday, May 14

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Daily News Stuff 14 May 2021

A Subsidy In Every Pot Edition

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Anime of the day isn't an anime at all: Wakfu is a French cartoon animated in Adobe Flash to market an online game.  The thing is, it's about seventeen thousand percent better than you'd expect from that description.  This one just came out of nowhere.



Tech News


Bucket of Crabs Anime Music Video of the Day



Song is Crabbuckit as covered by the Good Lovelies.  Anime is Tamako Market, an original series by Kyoto Animation.  Like all their work, the art and animation is first-rate; like all their original series, the story itself is sadly second-rate.



This gives an idea of KyoAni's work.  Yes, all these shows look the same, but they were actually chosen for that reason.  That's their house style, but not all their work is the same.  Lucky Star and Dragon Maid are two that strike out on their own.


Disclaimer: Mostly in order to eat bugs though.

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Thursday, May 13

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Daily News Stuff 13 May 2021

Fun With Subtitles Edition

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Anime of the day is Gunsmith Cats from 1995.  We only ever got three episodes of this, which is a crying shame because those three episodes were really good, and there's a ton of source material - the original manga ran to about 1500 pages.



Tech News

  • The Asus Zenfone 8 is one of the smallest Android phones on the market with its 5.9" screen.  (AnandTech)

    Though at 169 grams it's just 3 grams lighter than my Oppo A91, which has a 6.4" screen.  In fact, apart from the much newer CPU - an Arm X1 instead of the A73 in the Oppo - it's much the same hardware for three times the price.  2400x1080 AMOLED screen with an in-display fingerprint sensor and all.

    Speaking of the Oppo A91, it works pretty well.  It's smaller than I expected for that screen size, and while certainly not up with the latest flagship models is quite zippy except when you're installing 150 apps all at once.


  • Here's an RTX 3060 with a custom paint job for $839.  (Tom's Hardware)

    For perspective the RTX 3080 - which is much, much faster than the 3060 - launched at $699 before everything went to hell.


  • The Gigabyte Aorus FV43U is a high-end 43" gaming monitor.  (Tom's Hardware)

    If you want a huge 4K monitor for work and a 144Hz Freesync gaming monitor and an HDR10 QLED TV with 97% DCI-P3 colour and 1000 nits max brightness that won't spy on you because it can't, all in one unit - and are prepared to spend something like a thousand bucks - this could be it.


  • What kind of idiot would spend $1600 on a Z590 motherboard?  (WCCFTech)

    On second thought, don't tell me, I don't want to know.


  • Comparing Intel's 40 core Ice Lake Xeon with AMD's 64 core Epyc Milan in floating-point workloads.  (Phoronix)

    They swap positions in the benchmark results because the Xeon supports AVX512 - that is, it can do 16 32-bit calculations per cycle - while the current generation Epyc parts can only do 8.  So it depends on the specific benchmark whether the extra cores outweigh the better floating point performance per core.

    If you're mostly focused on integer workloads (which includes jobs like websites and databases) then the extra cores will win every time, but in that case the storage subsystem, memory, and networking also play a huge role so it's much harder to create a specific benchmark suite.


  • It's not Cancel Culture, it's consequences, shrieked the mob as they waved their iPitchforks.  (9to5Mac)

    Apple made the mistake of hiring someone who speaks the truth:
    Most women in the Bay Area are soft and weak, cosseted and naive despite their claims of worldliness, and generally full of shit. They have their self-regarding entitlement feminism, and ceaselessly vaunt their independence, but the reality is, come the epidemic plague or foreign invasion, they’d become precisely the sort of useless baggage you’d trade for a box of shotgun shells or a jerry can of diesel.
    Replace "women" with "people" and it's still true.  Replace "the Bay Area" with "any large city" and it's still true.


Persimmon Anime Music Video of the Day



I was looking for this one specifically, and couldn't remember what it was called, or what the song was called.  The song is called Everything Now which is pretty logical, but the video is called Persimmon and the only multisyllabic fruit starting with P my tired brain could offer up was pomegranate.

I did find it after a little searching though.  The anime is Ano Natsu de Matteru from 2012, which is a sort-of-sequel / sort-of-retelling of Onegai Teacher from 2002, and the song is by Arcade Fire.  It's quite good, and I'd actually recommend it over the original.

This AMV absolutely nails the feel of the show in just a few minutes.


Disclaimer: As to when the series is set, it's recent enough that 8mm movie cameras are considered archaic, but not so recent that video cameras are considered archaic.  Once again, before everything went to hell.

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Wednesday, May 12

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Daily News Stuff 12 May 2021

Pastel Is The New Primary Edition

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  • Intel's high-end 11th generation Tiger Lake laptop parts are here - and they appear to actually be good.  (AnandTech)

    AMD had a decisive edge in the laptop market with their eight-core processors, where Intel only went up to four cores with their newest chips.  This fixes that, while retaining the new Ice Lake core and 10nm process.  Tiger Lake on the desktop also goes up to eight cores but has been back-ported to the older 14nm process and as a result uses up to 300W at full load.

    No benchmarks just yet, so take any performance claims with a pound of salt, but current Ice Lake laptop parts do perform very well on single-core workloads.



Today we go back to...  I don't know exactly.  The original Cutie Honey aired in 1973 while the latest version, Cutie Honey Universe, came out in 2018.  Cutie Honey creator Go Nagai has been writing manga longer than I've been alive.

This one in particular is from the 1995 second part of the New Cutie Honey OVA series.


Tech News

Unexpectedly Apropos Hololive Music Video of the Day


Best doggo Korone has 1.5 million subscribers for a reason.  She consistently shows impeccable taste in anime and video games that came out before she was born.  Oh, and music too - in one of her Doom streams (so popular that the developers added an easter egg that changed the title to Doog) she started singing Lollipop by the Chordettes.


RGB Considered Harmful Video of the Day


Fake software for controlling your fancy new blinkenlights instead stole your crypto wallet.  Sympathy. 

Just...  Not very much.


Aha, Found It Anime Openings Video of the Day


This syncs up the songs from Cutie Honey (1973), New Cutie Honey (1994), Cutie Honey Flash (1997), and Re: Cutie Honey (2004).  The latest series, Cutie Honey Universe (2018) has an entirely different song.

I'd seen this before but the copy I had bookmarked has since been deleted; this is a fresh upload.


Disclaimer: Which is little short of sacrilege, to be honest.

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Tuesday, May 11

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Daily News Stuff 11 May 2021

Totally Normal Edition

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Going all the way back to 1981 today with the first of many opening themes from Urusei Yatsura.  The show ran for 196 episodes, with 12 OVA specials and 6 theatrical movies.

Rumiko Takahashi has always been great at starting stories, but only once managed to finish one.

Tech News

Subsidising Bad Behaviour Video of the Day



The one factor working in our favour is that our self-appointed fascist overlords are really, really dumb.


Disclaimer: The question is whether they are dumb enough.  And the answer is yes, they are all the dumb.

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Monday, May 10

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Daily News Stuff 10 May 2021

Haachama Monday Edition

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  • AMD's server market share grew in Q1 at the fastest pace in 15 years.  (Tom's Hardware)

    AMD's overall CPU market share for the quarter declined slightly, because while they sold every chip they could make, they couldn't make enough.

    Intel meanwhile has its own fabs.  They might be stuck a generation behind, for the most part, but they don't have to fight Apple for access to production capacity.

    Meanwhile I just checked online stock at two Australian PC stores and both had the full Ryzen 5000 range listed.  The higher end models (12 and 16 cores) are limited to one per customer, but they are at least available.


The opening credits for season three of Haachama Channel.  If you know who Haachama is, you might argue that this isn't anime.  To which I say: Look, in the latest episode she ate worm sushi, died, and was reborn via a computer glitch in the same body but with entirely different memories.

If that's not anime, nothing is.


Tech News


Haachama Cooking OVA Opening Theme Video of the Day



Disclaimer: I wasn't kidding about the worm sushi.

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Sunday, May 09

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Daily News Stuff 9 May 2021

Straight Into My Veins Edition

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  • AMD's upcoming Rembrandt APU will feature 8 Zen 3+ cores and 12 RDNA2 GPU cores with support for PCIe 4.0, USB 4, and DDR 5 on TSMC's 6nm process unless it doesn't.  (WCCFTech)

    The two big changes are the much faster integrated GPU, and the much faster DDR5 memory support to match.  One isn't really much good without the other.  AMD hasn't released PCIe 4.0 for laptop parts yet because of the increased power consumption, so this will be the first part with that as well.

    These are expected to arrive early next year for both laptops and desktops, with the updated Zen 4 desktop CPUs coming later in the year.  Both will require new motherboards, because DDR5 memory uses a different socket.  (Not unreasonable since it runs twice as fast.)

    Straight Zen 3+ CPUs have reportedly been cancelled, but this will combine Zen 3 CPU cores with RDNA 2 graphics for the first time. The new Xbox and PlayStation consoles have RDNA 2 graphics but use the older Zen 2 cores.


Notice me senpai!

Anime is Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun, a high-school romantic comedy that has that rarest of all traits - it knows when to end, and does.



Tech News

High School Romantic Comedy Video of the Derp



I like this series because the characters aren't idiots, they just keep falling into the gap between knowing what to do and actually doing it.


Disclaimer: Which is the most many of us ever achieve in life.

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Saturday, May 08

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Daily News Stuff 8 May 2021

Not Entirely Hopeless Edition

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A Dirty Pair AMV I haven't seen before?  How?  It was only created a month ago?

Will wonders never cease?

The second half is Dirty Pair Flash - the prequel series made instead of the planned sequel because the original actress for Yuri had retired and moved to America - but makes it look good.



Tech News

  • AMD has desktop APUs - their term for CPUs with integrated graphics - in theory, but in practice only the older, lower-end parts are in stock anywhere.  Intel meanwhile has no shortage of desktop CPUs with integrated graphics.  Unless you buy an F part, or a high-end i9, all of them have graphics.

    But how do they compete?  Badly.  (AnandTech)

    Intel's latest laptop parts - the 11th generation, codenamed Tiger Lake - compete closely with AMD on both CPU and graphics tests, except in heavily multi-threaded workloads where AMD pulls ahead.

    But where AMD's scarce desktop APUs have the same graphics cores as their laptop parts, Intel's only have one third - or even one quarter - of the graphics capacity.  The resulting performance is not good.

    On the third hand, you can actually buy one right now.


  • Instead of iPhone, package contained live bobcat.  (WCCFTech)

    Five stars.  Better than I could have hoped.


  • Discovery is a bitch part one: 128 million iOS users received free bonus malware as part of a hack that affected over 4000 apps.  (Motherboard)

    We knew this happened, but the numbers are only coming to light now as part of Epic's lawsuit against Apple.


  • Discovery is a bitch part two: Apple tells companies that it prevents from releasing their apps on the App Store to release a web app instead.  But Apple deliberately cripples its browser to make web app experience inferior to native apps.  (The Verge)

    Oh, and Apple forbids other browsers from the App Store.  Yes, you can download Chrome, but all you get is Safari in a paper hat.

    And, of course, you can't distribute iOS apps except via the App Store.


  • Inland is a budget-priced store brand for Microcenter.  Turns out that it doesn't suck.  (Serve the Home)

    They tested the Inland Premium 1TB SSD, and it's as fast as any competing PCIe 3.0 SSD - and in fact 10% faster than is own listed specs - while being one of the cheapest models in its class.


  • If you use Foxit Reader to read PDFs, update now.  (Bleeping Computer)

    Or just uninstall it.  Chrome and Chromium-based browsers like Edge have PDF support built in.


  • Speaking of Edge the current release crashes while watching YouTube videos in full screen mode  (Bleeping Computer)

    Hah.  You think that's bad?  Chrome crashed my entire computer playing YouTube videos.

    Admittedly I was playing multiple videos at once, and also two different games, but it still shouldn't crash.


  • Only criminals use encryption says the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, or NKVD.  (ZDNet)

    "Show me the man", said an NKVD spokesperson on conditions of utter secrecy, "and we'll lock him up.  But better us than the Victorian Police, mate.  Those bastards are crazy.  Don't tell them I said that."


  • Everything old is on fire again.  (Science)

    Specifically, Chernobyl.


The Criminal Princess of Pekoland Video of the Day



I've mentioned before that the Hololive JP Minecraft server is a cross between Disneyland and World War III.  Here we see the unveiling of an actual theme park on the server - it's quite an impressive build - and  a couple of the ensuing deaths.


Lies In Advertising Anime Opening Theme 



This coulda been great.  It coulda been a contender.


Disclaimer: No, not really.  Nice upscale tho'.

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