help me choose, btw xfce is fucking trash lmao
>>73286339This. Never blindly trust /g/'s opinions.
gnome with the right extensions and tweaks is pretty, usable and comfy desu
Kute dragon vs. disgusting foot....
what ungodly shit is mozarella doing with my memories
>>73285865>e621>discordyou deserve it
>>73285865Mozilla v70 now sends your url history to tencent. No matter the search engine you choose for the url bar.
Fuck Mozarellafuck their shit updick their daughters
>>73286495mozzellilacfuck you from the bac
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>>73285793deep packet inspection at the egress point? that's gonna cost more than this stripper on a boat.
>>73285583Computers have already choked out the lower end lawyers who weren't competitive enough to do more than explain laws and give advice on how to work through or around them. Which was actually a fuck-ton of lawyers.
>>73285687>>73286486How about replacing lobbyists with AI?
>>73285793It depends, like, do you want to capture the actual content, or just the metadata?Also, depending on the uplink, you'd need a significant amount of processing power and storage to keep the data and then analyse it.Making a SPAN port is a sure fire way of reducing the life of a switch, so if you're looking at capturing all the content, you'd want to look into getting a hardware tap which is designed for doing that kind of thing.
>>73286503No dice. Bribery is an intensely social activity, existing relationships with the people you'll be bribing is a qualification for bribe-givers with tangible results, and a future position as a bribe-giver is itself a bribe that is given.
based or botnet?
It's actually 15 GB after 30 or so days, but they seems pretty reliable. I do rather store important files on G. Drive though.
>>73285245They’re fucking shit.Host your crap on GDrive and use the quota workaround.
>>73285971>hosting anything on googledriveFuck you. I hate that shit. Nothing is more annoying to use.
>>73285985Dropbox is pretty annoying. Nextcloud is comfy
>>73285971>the quota workaround.the what now
where smartphones peaked
>>73284826The T-Mobile g2 was a htc desire z. Great phone. Got the lg2x after. Ok phone.
>>73283473Tell me a phone with this screen size or similar with <1mm bezels.C'mon, I'm waiting.
>>73282938I have the xz3 and other than the round corners it's perfect
>>73282938baste shame it went downhill after the xz
>>73276643Its because cattle goyim like you that covet aesthetics over usability that we have phones with no headphone jack or removable battery. I hope you're happy
Serious measurements editionHow to request purchase advice:https://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub (embed)/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=HeadphonesPrevious: >>73255238
>>73286477No. What's the big difference between the sound of the two?
>>73286471they require abnormal proprietary hardware and are not a match for my needs. i am sure they sound very good, perhaps the best headphones ever made (other than their notoriously anemic bass), but unless they can make that work with no equipment at all in between a normal headphone amp and the headphones, they are non-starter and that's the end of it
What's the big difference between Focal Utopia and Clear? What are the odds if I enjoy Clear mostly?
Advice lads please.I ain't rich and looking at this thread I suspect I'm out of my depth but if you don't ask you don't get.I'm looking for something to buy for my boy. Wireless 'budget' phones?Is there anything decent in your opinion sub 200 bucks?
>>73280109>the amount of shilling and samefagging this cunt doesWhen will you learn
>Assemble a part listhttps://pcpartpicker.com/>Example gaming builds and monitor suggestions; click on titles above parts lists to see noteshttps://pcpartpicker.com/user/pcbg/saved/>How to non-technically assemble a PChttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69WFt6_dF8gWant help?>State budget & CURRENCY>Post at least some attempt at a parts list>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photoediting, gaming) and graphics card pairing (if applicable)CPUs based on current pricing:>Athlon 200GE - HTPC, web browsing, bare minimum gaming (can be OC'd on most mobos with the right BIOS)Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What's the best 2070 super version
>>73285223It is bullshit and fake.
What's a good GPU if I'm looking to drive 3x 4K 60HZ panels and I'm NOT gaming? I'm hoping there's some sort of low power solution that's just good for stuff like video playback and managing windows in the OS. I'm building a PC for VMs, encoding, compiling, rendering, etc. None of which will require any major GPU power.
Is working at Google really a dream as it is made out to be?
>>73286363Yes, he does.But he also founded 4chan, so I'd be surprised if he doesn't talk a lot of shit and is not the person you should look for if you want moral integrity.
>>73284260OMG yes, working at google is my dream.
>>73286438see you in three days, avatarfag
>>73286363Moot is a prolific liar, when 4chan got media attention he tried to spin its origin as "anime discussion board".
>>73286468>see you in three days, avatarfag
A new Test of 15 Games that includes Undervolting and Overclocking of Navi and 2070s is now out.Many of you believe that AMD and especially Navi are great for Overclocking and Undervolting, most certainly better than Nvidia.Well here is the proof of Navis capabilities.The Test Includes a 5700 stock, the best Sapphire Nitro+ 5700XT and a 2070 Super Founders Edition.Conclusion is: Navi on 7nm is still behind Nvidia in absolutely everything with a much smaller DIE, even with custom AIB Cards.Get the extra 50$ and get yourself a faster, quieter, cooler and more power efficient Nvidia Card that also has Ray Tracing if you may need it.The>delid, delap, repaste, use washers, underclock & overvolt and save yourself moneymeme is just amd shill talkIf you put the same effort into a 2070 Super Card you will get much more out of it.Navi is Overpriced right now, as they can't compete in any discipline without loosing and offer you less for your money.Link to the Test: https://www.computerbase.de/2019-10/radeon-rx-5700-xt-geforce-rtx-2070-super-pcie-4.0-oc-uv/
>>73285780>>73285910STOP KVETCHING GOY AND BUY IT
>>73284177>Get the extra 50$Just pay it guys.
>>73286458>50$ for a faster non housefire cardN-no buy that slower ayymd trash
>>73286393WATER REFLECTIONS IN MINECRAFT!!!!! AHHHHHHHH
>>73286393b-but didnt you see my spam posts about how the 2070 might run 10 watts lower at load for $100 more? a-and you might need ray tracing!
They are patent hogging the x86_64 and GPU markets like crazy for decades, not letting anyone else have a go. It's not about chip dies only either, those assholes patent hog the sockets and the buses as well. The only reason they allowed to exist is that they're all American; if they were Asian Americans would be triggered decades ago.
Worth buying a motherboard with i7-2400, 8 gigs of DDR3 and a 750 Ti? Cost is 750 pln.
>>73281309>and still get above 30fpsThis is why we upgrade every year you casual fuck shit. Games become more demanding and if my fps dips below 120 I fucking notice it.
>>73285699Yeah but imagine living in a country where a 2070 costs nore then a months minimum wage, and a 2080ti costs 3 months worth of minimum wage. Even with a job that earns above average, I'd have to spend more than a months wage for a 2080. In this situation, you might think twice before upgrading every generation
>>73285682175€ is a bit steep for just the parts, if it was a while computer i would have said yes
>>73281481AMD's Headquarter is literally a 5 minute walk from the Nvidia one you idiot
what went wrong? why are they such security nightmares and bloated coomware?>download html and images>render to screenhow is this so hard to accomplish? instead browsers are the biggest security risk that runs on your entire computer, endlessly leaking information about your identity and activities, sometimes compromising your entire OS.what the fuck is this. why are browsers so shit? why can't they just design a simple application that fetches the files renders to the screen?
>>73286281gonna actually help you out and say dumbbell nan kilo moteru
>>73284427Maybe it's the www that's bloated and you're just blaming the messenger.
>>73286482>dumbbell nan kilo moteruThank you anon.
>>73284427Ie6 that is why,
Old thread: >>73275083What are you working on, /g/?
>>73285247yes because you have pointers (**)if you had node **** connections it would be O(4^n)
There's a set of data that I'd normally use a doubly linked list for, as I will only be adding items to the front of it, removing items from the back of it, and will only ever be looking at the data starting from one of the ends anyway.However, as I want this data to persist (along with other data I'm working with), I'm now working with SQLite, and I'm not sure of the best way to set this up. Is there an established way to set up a table that remembers the order of items slotted into it, that won't have rowids scale to infinity as new elements are added to the end and old elements are removed from the beginning? Without simply decrementing the rowids of every single row each time an element is removed?Secondly, this table will be referencing rows in another table. Is there an efficient way to only select items from that 'other table' that aren't referenced in this linked-list-like table? Like, would it be better to have a column in the other table that says whether or not it's in this linked-list table, or is there some join command or something that can determine that equally quickly?
>>73286487>gets betterisn't even true. JS used to have a dedicated function-definition syntax like every other language ever. Now people ignore that in favor of const binding of lambda literals. Not even FP langs do this shit (except ReasonML, which is aping JS for no reason except Satanic hatred for beauty and good design, the same thing motivating the JS standards effort).
>>73286544I never understood why it became so popular for jsfags to define every function like const nigger = cunt => ...
const nigger = cunt => ...
>>73285396Yeah I'll probably end up doing that, just wondered if there was a way to use the binary data directly
>>73284144>>73284246I didn't even know you could disable that
>>73285357Try URL.createObjectURL with the blob as the object.Use that as the img src.https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/URL/createObjectURL
>>73284144reminds me of sites that used to stop you from copying an text from them
>>73285357>I'm making an ajax request that returns an image as bytes. >How do I display the image on the client side?To quote SO>Why would you want to do that?Sounds like you're doing something that you shouldn't be doing.
Can we ever again have Internet that is fun again, instead of this serious business/politics shitshow it is today?
>>73284581Haha poor zoomer they never get experience of all teens web like fb or myspace in late 2000s
>>73284762honestly my opposition to censorship has been in freefall over the past while. i'm not saying i'm in favor of it, but it's an interesting thought experiment:imagine if the government did censor all political discussion on the internet. sure, it's annoying that you can no longer share your very important opinions online - but the overall signal to noise ratio of online discussions would increase as those pointless arguments were stripped out. if they did this without mass surveillance, would it really be the worst thing in the world?
>>73286161So your solution is "circlejerk and pretend you're some kind of internet authority"Please stop making these threads now thanks
>>73286483There's no need for a small community (~300) to be a circlejerk.
>>73284581>Can we ever again have Internet that is fun again, instead of this serious business/politics shitshow it is today?whenever you go to a shit website, pull down your pants and in front of your whole family shout,baaaarackababackakka then drop your underpants and do a willy dancethat way even shitty websites will become fun
I've been using GNU/Linux for years, but (thanks to a anon) I just realized parts of the kernel are contributed by Google, I just can't use it anymore. >inb4 macos or winshitNo.
Yeah I'm sure the kernel is spying on you
>>73284238google literallly added DRM to the kernel and linus the cuck allowed for it, maybe cause of his 10 million dollar a year salary from multinational corporations like google
>>73279445>>73286543>>73280630>>73280897The good answer.