The Rosewill PB240 AIO liquid cooler list the AMD AM1 processor as a compatible socket on the box. Does the obsolete AM1 processor with a 25-watt TDP need an AIO liquid cooler? Let’s find out.Read more “Testing Rosewill PB240 AIO Liquid Cooler on AMD AM1”
A company sent out an email that all employees must wear a mask when attending Zoom meetings.
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“I am writing you all today to inform you of a new protocol for our staff zoom meetings. Moving forward, everyone will be required to wear a mask during our meetings. One of our team members has a fear of unmasked people, and I want to make sure everyone feels safe and comfortable. This requirement is effective immediately.”
When my friend and I saw “The Matrix Resurrections” on Christmas Eve, the movie was deja vu for us. Thomas Anderson, played by Keanu Reeves, is a video game designer in San Francisco. His team working on the sequel to “The Matrix” trilogy called “The Matrix 4.”
That happened to us 20 years ago. We worked at Atari when “Enter The Matrix” entered testing in late 2002. A video game with exclusive live-action video from “The Matrix Reloaded,” the first sequel to “The Matrix.”
I’ll show you how deep the rabbit hole went.Read more “Testing “Enter The Matrix” (2003) Video Game”
During the Christmas break, I saw this screenshot of a poll in my Twitter feed. “Should American schools teach Arabic Numerals as part of their curriculum?” With 2,313 votes submitted, the breakdown was 29% Yes, 57% No, and 14% No Opinion. If that sounds familiar, a tweet based on an actual poll made headlines in 2019. That poll had 56% of Americans against Arabic numerals. What does these tweets reveal about Americans in 2022?Read more “Americans Against Arabic Numerals As An Internet Meme”