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Apple's fab facility

2024-06-24 17:34:15.382359+02 by Dan Lyke 4 comments

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#Comment Re: Apple's fab facility made: 2024-06-25 16:41:09.968106+02 by: Definitely Not a Bot [edit history]

This is the sort of thing I know a lot about as part of my job, and I've not seen anything so egregious in a long time. I have some quibbles with Ashley's presentation and a few details, but the general gist looks really bad for Apple.

#Comment Re: Apple's fab facility made: 2024-06-25 22:24:23.650552+02 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, I figured there was both a bit of presentation, but/and... as someone who's had a bottle of potassium cyanide in my workshop, and a few other things, and has gotten progressively more "yikes" about casual use of nasty shit, a bunch of things in here scared me.

#Comment Re: Apple's fab facility made: 2024-07-03 16:03:11.604637+02 by: Definitely Not a Bot

Part 2: https://bsky.app/profile/ashle...k.bsky.social/post/3kw4iutehpz2k

Less inflammatory language, much violations.

#Comment Re: Apple's fab facility made: 2024-07-03 18:04:07.136829+02 by: Dan Lyke

Yikes! And making me feel more like rigging up some activated charcoal filters for some of my activities (like running the pellet grill, if I can do that without fans pulling smoke through filters causing vacuum that'd increase oxygen flow through the pellets) wouldn't be a bad idea...

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