Two new tracks by System of a Down
Hear System of a Down’s First New Music in 15 Years, ‘Protect the
Land’ and ‘Genocidal Humanoidz’
With Azerbaijan waging war against the homeland of the band members’
ancestors, the group decided to strike back and use its music to
raise funds for its countrymen
Source: New System of a Down: 'Protect the Land' and 'Genocidal
an article by Kory Grow.
In the early afternoon I listened to two (!) new tracks by System of a
Down: Protect The Land,
Humanoidz. Both tracks
have a clear System of a Down sound, and I like the first one the
Arm Looks To Laptops: Cortex-A78C Processor for PCs Announced
Arm has been addressing devices above and beyond portables for a
while now. Today the company has offerings for autonomous vehicles,
communications, edge computing, and all kinds of smartphones and
tablets. Yet, the company left the emerging market of Windows on Arm
laptops to Qualcomm's Snapdragon. Not for long though as this week
its own processor for laptops, the Cortex-A78C.
Source: Arm Looks To Laptops: Cortex-A78C Processor for PCs
an article by Anton Shilov.
CSVs: The good, the bad, and the ugly
CSVs are a relatively popular data format, it seems particularly
common as a format for providing exports of medium-sized
datasets. My day job involves processing lots of these types of data
sets, and so I’ve developed a set of strong opinions on CSVs, which
are documented here.
One feature of CSVs that is often considered a big advantage is that
it’s an incredibly simple file format. However, this can be
Source: CSVs: The good, the bad, and the
article by Alex Gaynor.
Hubie Halloween (2020)
Despite his devotion to his hometown of Salem (and its Halloween
celebration), Hubie Dubois is a figure of mockery for kids and
adults alike. But this year, something is going bump in the night,
and it's up to Hubie to save Halloween.
In the evening we watched Hubie
Halloween on Netflix. I
didn't like the movie much. I give it a 5 out of 10.