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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post
    , heigh-ho, back to school, we go.
    Not round here they aren't.... Word is more lock downs for the second wave of COVID in Europe next month.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMedia View Post
    Not round here they aren't.... Word is more lock downs for the second wave of COVID in Europe next month.
    You call that an outbreak? That's not an outbreak...

    School's going virtual here too. But they still want to sell you stuff. Apparently back to school is the 2nd biggest shopping season of the year here


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahalpert View Post
    You call that an outbreak? That's not an outbreak...
    Well not an outbreak compared to the USA obviously. I note the US is not bothering with first/second wave but continuing the first without a pause.

    Quote Originally Posted by ahalpert View Post
    School's going virtual here too. But they still want to sell you stuff. Apparently back to school is the 2nd biggest shopping season of the year here
    I guess the retail industry, like any other, is desperate for income (any income). You could make a film about that.....

    Universities in the UK are talking about on-line tuition and lectures for the first term/semester from September to December 2020 and re assessing for 2021 restart face to face. Though I suspect it will be the second term in 2021 before they get back to normal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahalpert View Post
    You call that an outbreak? That's not an outbreak...

    School's going virtual here too. But they still want to sell you stuff. Apparently back to school is the 2nd biggest shopping season of the year here
    My wife is a middle school English teacher. Every kid in her district has a school provided Chromebook. She's gearing up for another year of virtual instruction
    that begins soon. She will be teaching from her classroom this year, I think but still all virtual with her students at home.
    It's a business first and a creative outlet second.
    G.A.S. destroys lives. Stop buying gear that doesn't make you money.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMedia View Post
    I note the US is not bothering with first/second wave but continuing the first without a pause.
    That way we can claim to have handled the virus so well that there was never a second wave, unlike other countries. Boom, USA wins again!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Loblaw View Post
    That way we can claim to have handled the virus so well that there was never a second wave, unlike other countries. Boom, USA wins again!
    Well you Trumped my comment :-)


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    Perhaps we can slowly turn back to discussing the original topic?



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    Quote Originally Posted by David Saraceno View Post
    Perhaps we can slowly turn back to discussing the original topic?

    Thanks.
    Good point but I am not sure if the original topic is less contentious!


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    Quote Originally Posted by David Saraceno View Post
    Perhaps we can slowly turn back to discussing the original topic?



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    Yes, sir.

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    Aug 6 update: Today saw Apple release a public beta of the next version of MacOS. With the moniker ‘Big Sur’, this is the first chance the majority of Mac owners have to experience MacOS 11. It’s also the first version of MacOS to support Intel and ARM. Of course there are no ARM Macs or MacBooks out in the wild yet (developers can apply to Apple for a Developer Transition Kit which includes an ARM-powered Mac mini, but these remain the property of Apple).


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    And for the desktops users (software compatibility will be an issue for Huawei but not for others, once Microsoft addresses its Windows 10X issues ... Huawei will be using Harmony OS, which is owned and controlled by ... Huawei).


    According to a Weibo user, the first batch of Huawei desktop computers will be launched soon. Also, he proves the will come with a 24-core Kunpeng platform. At the same time, the graphics card will be AMD’s Radeon 520.

    As we have reported previously, the Huawei desktop has an internal code of Pangu. Initially, there will be only one model that will use a self-developed 24-core Kunpeng platform. Also, the manufacturer will put an 8GB notebook memory, a 512GB Samsung SSD, and AMD’s Radeon 520 graphics card. In addition, this processor’s multi-core performance is slightly better than that of the Intel i9-9900K.
    https://www.gizchina.com/2020/08/08/...graphics-card/

    Intel I9 -9990 is selling for ~ $440 at the moment and averages ~ 19,000 on the CPU benchmarks. (the higher, the better)


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