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  1. Hopefully an artist/designer/front-end dev/blogger chimes in to answer your question in detail. It seems safe to say that any time you need to actually USE a picture for something, professionally, its characteristics (including size) become important. Image Search still lets you filter by usage rights, so clearly people are using permissively-licensed pictures as part of their jobs. Maybe exact resolution isn't as important in these days of Responsive Web Design as it was in the 1990s ("This site best viewed in Netscape Navigator at 800x600 resolution!") But to go so far as to get rid of the search feature feels nuts.
  2. Google loves killing the things we love, but this has to be the worst thing they've done to us since removing the ability to press backspace to go back on Chrome. ("Yeah, well, some of us know how to type and like using it, soooooo... Didn't think about THAT, did ya, Google?" —Riley) Aw, who am I kidding: This is even worse! Being able to search for images of a certain specified resolution is useful, dagnabbit! In fact, just today, Windows Update replaced my default Windows 10 desktop background with a much worse variation. So the very day I need a granular Google Image Search the most is the day it goes away! What the heck, Google — are my wallpaper-hungry eyeballs suddenly not good enough to sell to advertisers?? https://9to5google.com/2019/08/29/google-images-exact-size-filter-removed/ EDIT: It occurs to me that Google's mission statement is: "To organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." This is definitely a step away from that.
  3. I think it goes without saying that Seasonic is proud to have Linus in FULL SEXY MODE overlaid on top of the advertising they paid for.
  4. I thought the music in this video was a bit too much. Kinda drowned out Linus. Listening on stereo speakers.
  5. That color scheme reminds me that Linus once said he'd probably be a kindergarten teacher if he hadn't gotten into tech. And this video proves he'd be great at it! Arts-and-crafts day with Mr. Sebastian.
  6. Is this the video you meant to link? Still water-cooling phones, but with sub-ambient cooling.
  7. Good to see Taran got that upgrade he was hoping for.
  8. Might as well be botnet nodes, you mean.
  9. Moto G7 Power: 5,000 mAH of battery, baby!
  10. As Rocket the Trash Panda would say: You're supposed to use the sarcasm voice! Apple Defends Killing OpenGL, OpenCL as Developers Threaten Revolt
  11. According to the Anti-Defamation League: https://www.adl.org/blog/how-the-ok-symbol-became-a-popular-trolling-gesture
  12. When you're out and about, pay attention to how many iPhone cases you see people using that have a cutout for the Apple logo. Q.E.D. As for the general phenomenon of status symbols, think of it as a way to convert financial capital into social capital.
  13. Let the record show that they misspelled "-cisco" in a video about networking gear.
  14. I'm sure Linus will get this all sorted, just in time for his employees to convince him to quadruple the number of pixels for the third time.
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