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>2.8GB for 21 tabs
Why haven't you taken the firefox pill yet?
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casuals
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>having 21 tabs open
PEBCAK.
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>>70613602
>chrome
>Google drive sync
Verpiss dich, du Google Schwuchtel.
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>>70612816
I have 100+ tabs open and its taking 2.3GB
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>>70613588
Rude.

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The #1 must have for hackers all over the world has a new release available. Arch master race can get it from official repositories right now but distrolets might have to wait as long as a year (looking at you Debian) or compile it from source.

https://github.com/abishekvashok/cmatrix/releases
    Adds classical Japanese ccharacter support out of the box: #73
New rainbow mode: 6ce59e9
New lambda mode: 00ff332
Adds support for cmake: #17
Facilitates building without matrix fonts: c85f375
Fixes various bugs #26, #24, 704df61, b5c2543, 66a0be3, #35, #37, #36, #41, afcc803, #66, #67, #70, #69
Adds additional support information to Readme.md: dfae49d, 0cc3b18, be5567e, a8cb0fd, 9fffb25, 38647dd, cb6fe7c, aab39a9, 0096580
Fixes Travis CI bugs and adds new test cases: #29, #39 ,21ffe61


Perfect timing too. Now I can go out this weekend and get mad pussy by showing off my rice with the latest version of cmatrix.
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>>70613622
niggerniggerniggernigger

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How is this not a good system?

1. Brave browser removes ads from websites
2. Brave shows its own, non-intrusive and non-spying ads instead (opt-in, off by default)
3. User earns tokens every time they see these ads
4. User can send these tokens directly to the sites and content creators they want to support
5. Site makers can exchange these tokens for real currency to improve their site and make more content
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>>70613306
Hahahahaha, go fucking kill yourself you degenerate scum. Information isn't property.
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>>70613675
They alter copyrighted content of website
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>>70612353
THE PAID SHILL STRIKES AGAIN
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>>70612353
Web torrent enabled by default. Brave is watching your torrent activity. I'm sure everything is piped right to google and their partners.

Brave is only worth half a shit on mobile and only if you're not rooted for lazy adblocking.
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>>70613740
There is nothing illegal about altering copyrighted things. If I buy the original Mona Lisa painting, I'm allowed to draw her a mustache if I want.

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BATTLESTATIONS or BST
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>>70579911
Hello. Right screen is for tv, before anyone asks.
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>>70612299
Nah, just a delivery driver by day, artist/musician/coder on my own. Think about setting up a mining rig or trading stock sometimes though. Any ideas?
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>>70613413
Ah your setup looks very trader like - with all the screens and thinkpads.

I've just started trading and a setup like this would be awesome for it
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>>70613712
Anything to get out of my 9 - 5 and live comfortably would be ideal. What exactly do you trade and how would one get started?

Will technolo/g/y save us from climate apocalypse?
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>>70601115
>we have by now biweekly news that ocean temperatures, levels of methane aka methane release etc are already worse and progressing much faster than anything predicted in the last 20 years.
Are they all based on that one study that, once corrected, had confidence levels 10x the actual measured effect?
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>>70604047
I hope you're actually retarded enough to think that that's a stitched together photo from space
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>>70612479
>Remove cows from the west
>Cow population in the east skyrockets for some reason
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>>70609357
> They have spent well over 150 billion Euros on Energiewende since 2000 and reduced their per capita emission by only 10%. The USA emissions per capita dropped by nearly 20% since 2000 mostly because of the recession of 2008.
The USA's emissions per capita are utterly ludicrous to begin with, of course you can cut 50% and you're still only about at the emissions per capita of Germany back then.

Also, that recession wasn't exactly cheap, plus it didn't actually gain another ~20-30% in renewable power sources? I'm sure you can do some things better than Germany both because better land for solar/wind, and because you could learn from Germany's effort. But I did mean you should invest trillions to get the same ~20% + 10% from biomass or so in a moderate national effort.

> That is the 15% I mentioned
Yes, and that's just installing generators in existing dams. Total hydro capacity can be increased by 50% over the current level.

With new dams the potential on top of that is at least another 25-50%. Even without necessarily going to China Three Gorges Dam - type projects that really engineer on a huge scale and severely affect populated areas.

> Moving them past 15% on any of the regional grids is going to require storage.
Far beyond that is hard, but you can do 20% or so with hydro storage and just by using the power more when it's available. We've already got the data networks and cheap computers to react to this information.
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>>70610382
I see you signed that post correctly with your name.

What is the best C compiler and why?
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>>70610746
This. I use clang in production and debugging to not deal with the shitty criptic errors and when I ship the code I compile with gcc.
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>>70600563
just fucking use GCC
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I'm not a nigger like linus, I wrote my own compiler. I don't see the fun in GCC
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Whatever comes with CodeBlocks.
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>>70608503
unbased

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Previous Thread: >>70566781

Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™!
>Other business laptops are welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).

Libreboot-compatible models:
>T60 (check lcd), X60(s/t.), X200(s/t. -s requires soldering), T400(s), T500, W500.

Modern models:
>X220/X230 - 12", 768p, cheap and light
>T420/T430 - 14", 900p, socketed CPU, quadcore-compatible
>T520/T530, W520/W530 - 15", 1080p, desktop replacement
>T440s/T450s - best price/performance ultraportable
>T440p, T540p, W540/1 - last models with socketed processors


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>>70611923
It really sucks that you need a loicense for pretty much everything in the UK
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>>70613491
> you got a liocence for that loicence ?
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sl9400 vs p8600 for cutie x200
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i'm thinking of getting a thinkpad as a daily use laptop, mostly to watch movies and youtube, read ebooks etc on. the only real criteria i have is that i can use it in bed so it has to be small / light and it can't overheat too much while lying flat on the bed (very important). the only other thing is that it needs to handle 1080p mkv files well.
would an x230 work for this?
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>>70590396
>>70590228
>>70590076
Being able to put """unauthorized""" wireless cards and batteries isn't a meme tho.

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Is it true that in 2019+ computer science, the demographic is now mainly itoddlers and gamers who've never used a terminal before?
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Yes, a lot of normans.

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what does /g/ think of 3d printed guns?
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Why do people seriously be that retarded to think a 3D printed gun is something to have.
I'd rather buy a cheap chinese 6040 CNC and cnc machine a real gun from steel.
Then only a cheap lathe is needed to get the barrel done.

Sure you have to make compromises about the speeds and feeds, but you can definitely mill steel on a 6040 CNC from China.
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>>70593268
Imagine unironically being this fucking retarded as to thinking this image has nuance. The purpose of a gun is literally primarily to harm or kill. It is a weapon. Your reproductive organs do not have a primary function of causing malice. Improper/irresponsible use of them causes that. But that is not what they were made for, unlike guns.
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>>70612964
This! Thank you for your post.
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>>70611368
This but unironically
https://youtu.be/NptDaGVUhm4?t=660
Short and skinnies are the true niggers of humanity.
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>gunfags want the country to erupt into an orgy of violence
>antigunfags want to fuck over freedom and pussify the planet
We can't win.

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I HAVE FOUR WORDS FOR YOU
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One of Flandre's spellcards could alternatively be called "Secret Barrage: Ten Little Niggers"
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>>70607959
I'm not very good with numbers
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Linux for the masses
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>>70607959
ITODDLERS BTFO FOR ETERNITY
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>>70610686
Flandre is not for sexual
Die pedo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESXOAJRdcwQ

ok ok level with me. if we were in a simulation and wanted to hypothetically escape it, we have to first think about how simulations in our world affect us. for example, take a popular game like pokemon or sekiro or fucking whatever, doesn't matter. those games have had influence in our lives through like culture and shit because they were interesting. we as higher beings than these simulated cucks have been affected by them. like literally, i know u nasty fucks fap to pokemon rule34. it has had actual physiological influence on u. so if we want to 'escape' or have influence on the fags that are watching us, then we have to be worth giving a shit about. don't be an unremarkable npc, you gotta live your life like fucking pikachu.
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>>70612458
>>we're in a simulation
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>>70612450
Kill yourself, be different
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holy fucking shit george, stop shilling your fucking content on here
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>>70613109
follow my instagram you stupid nigger
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i fuck so many girls on a daily basis and live my life to the fullest in the most interesting cities on earth with the best drugs and women

i'm a main character!! booyaa!

follow me on instagram and get #inspired

Capeshit Edition

If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget and size.

Good Resources:
>Reviews, Specs, Comparisons
http://www.gsmarena.com
http://www.phonearena.com
http://www.kimovil.com

>Frequency Checker
http://willmyphonework.net
http://frequencycheck.com
https://kimovil.com/en/frequency-checker


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>>70613051
GOOKED
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>>70612953
This vs Gemini/Cosmo, what's better? I kinda wanna get a handheld device with a proper keyboard.
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>>70613051
>I can't just close out of apps by pressing a button anymore
Isn't that what the middle circle shaped button is?
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Reminder that iOS is best phone OS.
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>Ordered Mi 9
Fuck that price. This piece of shit better last for 3-4 years easily.

how frequently does shared keys becomes invalidated?
sometimes i worry that the keys i used will become invalid and i will have to search for keys again
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https://gist.github.com/cantgis/fb17ab10287c512379fbefad7fa5be1c#gistcomment-2882262
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>>70611154
Every time devs are drunk enough and want to give a shit about that. But a new key will be available on the internet in a day or 2 anyway (if that program is a popular one like ST obviously.)
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does blocking attempts to connect to validation servers a good way to avoid being detected?
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>>70612574
no, there's usually some hex values to modify to avoid the "Persistent License Check" that the software does, but I haven't seen it, just for 3200
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>>70611154
Write your own text editor.

What kind of people should be using Windows 10?
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>>70613545
non-autists
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>>70613685
and people who dont have brain tumors
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>>70613634
Windows 7 and transitioning to using Linux.
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people with a job in business
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>>70613545
gamers

Why do old people fall for internet scams so much? Didn't scams exist when they were young? They should know to be skeptical of stuff.
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>>70613172
You will become old; you're already stupid.
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>>70613172
not if I have a say in it
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>>70607573
The stats say the opposite, that it is zoomers who are more likely to fall prey to internet scammers.
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>>70613061
these stats fail normality conditions
more than 20% of the counts are less than 5% of the sample
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>>70613659
>t. Bell curve graduate


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