After a long break; I am back to trying hard to grasp the basics of Go. I guess I’d be reading and watching some stuff about the game itself. I’m only active online, where a friend once showed me how to play.
When journalism calls, you are more than pleased to be invited over to any event that is loosely tech related. Of course it is best when it is on company’s money. A lot marketing budget is spent the journalists either the company fails to do it by their products or to show some hospitality and get to know them better.
Times change. Not this way but they do. Stuff that makes you feel alive loses its appeal through many reasons. Becomes unending boring shifts of voluntary torture. Whereas which does not kill you makes you stronger, also whatever does not make you advance in any direction cripples your mind.
So, how to advance?
O, Mighty Google! Spare us from your maw of madness which feeds fear into our souls, spare our punishment through your ever-humming internet machine, let our digital deaths be swift and clean! Let us forget and be forgotten.
…pleaded the damned soul. Prayer went unheard. Echoed in the halls of electric void, faded away unnoticed. The Machine From Man God went on humming, grinding; spreading the incurable disease, feeding on our unchanging perception of conformity. Until the last soul was fed through the maw into insignificance of a great heap of unintelligible flow of data-time continuum.
Can this story be rewritten? We might give a try by deGoogling ourselves and freeing other minds after that.
One of the most desired comebacks of tech industry is upon us. At long last, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Zen microarchitecture’s first iteration, Ryzen.