Last Week in 5 Links #99

by | Mar 1, 2022 | FiveLinks

This week’s selection has folk music, office chair review, the new LotR series trailer, hardware and nature, all handpicked by Janos Szabo.

Scarborough Fair

We talked a lot about spices and herbs in one of the English classes we had. I’m not a great cook and my knowledge about those and cooking ingredients is very limited, so it was handy for me to get to know them – both in English and Hungarian. So during the class, I remembered this song and lyric, and that’s how it made to our Slack.

Office Chairs

We spend most of our waking hours in chairs. It is – or it should be – the most important equipment in your office, no matter where you are working from. There are huge price differences, but nowadays it is possible to buy a good office chair for the right price – if you know what to look for. Their channel with all the review videos can help with that.

The Rings of Power

Amazon announced a new Lord of the Rings series. The trailer looks amazing. My jaw was dropped when I read the budget was over 450$ million.

Top 5 Best GPUs

If you are into hardware or about to buy your new GPU, you must watch this video. It is a comprehensive guide about today’s GPUs. It goes through all the nVidia and Radeon cards, comparing them in detail. Some of the small details I could challenge, but all in all, it’s a good review of the market.

Crabs vs Stingrays

This one is more like a recommendation of the channel itself than the video. They are hilarious! The subject, the conversation and the animations are just superb! I peeked at their other videos, and all of them are of fantastic quality in the above.

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