What I wrote last week
Intel and AMD have to talk about gigahertz and power because they are component providers and can only charge more by offering higher specifications. “We are a product company, and we built a beautiful product that has the tight integration of software and silicon,” Srouji boasted. “It’s not about the gigahertz and megahertz, but about what the customers are getting out of it.”Source: Why M1 matters to Apple
The Verge’s review of Apple Macbook Pro with M1 chip
What I found interesting
Republicans tend to sound the honk on the federal deficit when it’s convenient for them. Here is how BBC debunks the deficit myth
It’s pretty heart-breaking to see what has been happening in Central Vietnam for the last few months. A Western reporter at Saigoneer courageously went there, took photos and wrote about it beautifully.