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It's ruined
https://www.creativebloq.com/news/macbook-air-m2-notch
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>>86983611
But WHY tho. Just have a bezel
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>>86983712
Apple doesn't give a fuck if this isn't what users want. It wants to create a sensational scandal and be talked about everywhere and then have a visible mark so you can spot their product from the crowd. People who buy their products are beaten to submission like an abused wife, who thinks the beating only happens out of love.
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iToddlers BTFO!
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>>86983611
>I'd rather have a smaller screen and larger bezel than have a notch
k
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>>86983842
>People who buy their products are beaten to submission like an abused wife
apple literally stopped selling their products here because of sanctions. so i never understood this argument. it was already rare if people owned apple products. now it's even rarer. do amerimutts really have apple cult or something, i thought it was meme and america was free country where people have free will

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>>86922499
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)

Why ThinkPad?
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap
>Excellent keyboards, tactile feel and quiet
>Great durability: magnesium roll cage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop
>Easy to repair (most models), upgrade & maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model, spare parts easy & cheap to obtain
>Excellent Linux & *BSD support

ThinkWiki - General info about ThinkPads/specs
https://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/ThinkWiki

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>>86981720
>can I disable the CPU botnet
lol no
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>>86981720
actually some ASRock motherboards let you disable the PSP... its really obscure tho like i have a nice asrock board and i can't find the option but i disabled a bunch of shit and so maybe its off idfk
as for thinkpads idk much about newer ones but like with the advanced menu like you've added, at least on intel ones you can set the bit to disable it
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>>86981948
>actually some ASRock motherboards let you (((disable))) the PSP
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>>86981948
I don't think that's the case here.
It seems it may not actually be as simple as the Intel ones. And I'm apparently the 12th person ever to unlock the amd menu on one of these because there is absolutely no information on what you can even do and I'm grasping for ideas as to why I even did it.
Well aside from no wwan whitelist now and because I can, also with full TPM functionality unlike intelcucks
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potentially, how hard is to remove bios password from T440p? Do I need those clippy things and dump the bios or what?

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/g/entlemen, duckduckgo is beyod kiked.
see pic rel.
Brave search still seems pretty relevant, but we need some kind of opensource/decentralized search engine that doesn't just scrape google and bing. All we need is a method for storing and sorting sites and a big blacklist of news and stupid spam sites.

Please comment good sites worth archiving, good search engines, and places to find relevant based sites.
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>>86982319
?
>>86982484
>CNN
>popular
>ranking though
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>>86982841
the irony
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use yandex. it still spies on you like every search engine but atleast its not pozzed
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>>86983781
many smaller sites are usually relevant and better sources of information than stupid news articles. Think about it. Do you want popular trash or nietche gold? Obviously the second. Search engines used to and should behave this way, but nowadays it seems like there is literally a whitelist to show up on search results.

Look up an innocuous term on google and cycle through the pages. No personal blogs, no small websites, nothing like that. You'll find 10-12 distinct websites which all belong to some big corporation no matter how deep you go. Maybe it's the companies chimping out on SEO or something. Any good search engine should circumvent this.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8P6MTOQlyk

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Do you pronounce it "data" or "data"?
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It takes less effort to pronounce it "dahtuh" than it does to pronounce it "daytuh". I used to use the latter, but now I'm a dahtuh chad.
The aussies probably pronounce it "date'er," which is fine because if I knew an Aussie into tech, I'd "date'er" if you know what i mean.
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>>86984059
>'er
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>>86984068

Aussie cunts have a tendency to add an r sound at the end of words for no goddamn reason. Like whenever they say "no", it sounds a bit like "nawr"
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>>86983799
reading this post, I don't know whether I would think less of you if you don't have a clue how IPA works, or if you do and you you actually pronounce the word this way
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>>86984106
I was making a >her joke. I'm aware of australian accents

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Post your browser's user agent

I'll start:
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/101.0.4951.64 Safari/537.36
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not today cia.

Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; Creative)
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Sec-CH-UA: "Google Chrome";v="101"
Sec-CH-UA-Platform: "Android", "10.0"
Sec-CH-UA-Mobile: 1
Sec-CH-UA-Arch: "ARM"
Sec-CH-UA-Model: "Samsung Galaxy S20"
Accept-CH: Viewport-Width, Width, Viewport-Height, Device-Memory
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>>86983684
>Changsung Galaxy S20

Nice taste goy!
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>>86982881
>>86982947
>Apple
iToddlers BTFO
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>>86982881
nah. no thanks.

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Is it worth powering your PC with 240 volts for better power efficiency?
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>>86977867
>Wisconsin electrician
Perfect; any idea what a ballpark on having my house regrounded is? Apparently it isn't anymore
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>>86978157
>sqrt(R^2*P)
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He's using 240V
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>>86978315
You know that it's 15A for a circuit right, an entire room
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>>86983762
>commercial building
I'm sure most purpose-used computing centers do as well.

>>86984060
Not always, as codes and regulations and design limits(cost) change. A 20 amp circuit might run the accessory outlets to 2 or even 3 bedrooms. Not saying it's common or normal, but you should always check what breakers control which rooms/outlets/areas when you move to a new place, and update or totally replace the god knows how old breaker box layout card. Always.

I've seen businesses with 25 year old cards that are both semi-unreadable and outdated to the point of half the described layout being totally wrong. Oops I just reset some control logic for the boiler when I was turning off what was labelled as the ventilation and A/C system, when the boiler and boiler control were clearly written as Breaker 21, not breakers 19 and 17.

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>>86982075
>your knowledge of America is embarrassingly shallow
I know California is in America. Something a lot of the Americans itt are funding hard to grasp.
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>>86983768
Linux is France. A shithole but it still works better than America.
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>>86983755
don't you guys let rape gangs slide because they're all caused by minorities?
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>>86979638
ty anon
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>>86983908
Better than having a bunch of illegal Mexican immigrants with guns breeding with all of your women and shooting your schools while you have no choice but to sit there and watch them do it.

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What did Samsung mean by this?
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>>86981769
You have to be careful with what you remove and disable within android even
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I wish I could disable Google assistant
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>>86982925
you can..?
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>>86981349
Author of wallpaper?
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1. Start up android for the first time. Maybe to factory reset idk
2. Click the first screen, the multilingual hello thing, 5 times
3. A qr scanner opens. Scan this code https://down-box.appspot.com/qr/nQB0tw7b and choose company owned.

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What writing instruments does /g/ use?

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki//ppg/_-_Pen_%26_Pencil_General
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>>86983956
>prissy rubber sac pen that can never really be cleaned
Nnnnah. The ink market has changed with converters in mind as of, like, 20 years ago.
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whoops i forgot you were the (you) baiter. my apologies
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>Nooooo you can't just dislike a deprecated, failure prone filling system that can't handle highly alkaline and saturated inks like 50% of the good shit on the market! BAIT!
Woops forgot you were a retard. I will now resume washing out my lamy cartridge.
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>>86983919
>0.25
thats almost 10x thicker than 0.03. too thick. imagine wasting ten times more ink per letter. BLOAT.
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>>86984073
Go back to haunting the bell labs servers, uriel. You're dead.

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This thread is for the discussion of portable media players and in-ear monitors.

• /iemg/ Recommends HackMD:
https://hackmd.io/@AyPeeEye/S1sNUVosu

• Extensive PMP Guide:
https://azalush5.hatenablog.com/entry/2022/01/dap-comparison-2022-01

• Why use a PMP instead of a phone?
>better DAC/AMP
>more output power so it can drive higher impedance headphones
>smaller sizes than phones for activities like exercise
>physical buttons
>headphone jacks
>some people can't use smartphone at work/use dumbphones

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Any good recommendations for IEMs that aren't over the ear? I don't like over the ear with my glasses.
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>>86983238
Arias and Starfields are identical, how can one be dog shit and the other not?
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search help
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>>86983013
usb extension
route it to a small bracket under your desk, if your desk is something like wood you can screw into
have the bracket be right under where you sit, a little to the side
plug dongle into that
thats how i use my portable dacs at the desk since my headphone dac's in an inconvenient spot for shorter iem cables.
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>>86980390
porta pros because you can actually play fps games with them and i can hear if my security system goes off

People trust this website?
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>>86983556
Gaming mice and gaming monitors are quite good. Gaming laptops are a lot better than they used to be too.
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>>86983595
wtf is a gaming monitor doing a normal monitor doesn't?
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They do great reviews, I don't know what kind of fucking crack you're smoking but you need to quit.
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>>86983629
has high refresh rate
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>>86983629
usually TN
>>86983313
a keyboard for gaming requires different switches and height, especially for fast reactions

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>Wiki
https://dmpdoc.neocities.org/
>Where can I learn about using trackers?
https://resources.openmpt.org/tracker_handbook/handbook.htm
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What's the funniest, most enjoyable monosynth you own/owned?

Bass Station II looks fun, even though it's less capable than a Pulse 2 for example.
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>>86982758
>funniest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VYtQ9jP73s
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is there a better granular synth than grain scanner yet or nah?
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>>86983122
GranuRise
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>>86983122
>>86983122
Redpill me on granular synthesis and how I can use it pls

Why do Japanese people use old technology?
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>>86983844
>Have you ever looked up pics of Ainu, shit for brains? Just because they live there it doesn't imply they are fucking Asian in race
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>>86983904
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>>86982708
You realize Germany would have betrayed them and put them in camps the minute they won the war right?
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>>86983943
The honorary white designation actually came from Apartheid era South Africa so Japanese would be treated as equals and shit and not offended (costing SA business $$$ obviously).
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>>86983925
A race of gigachads

Yayois are seething

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> be me, charter spectrum customer
> internet goes out momentarily, regularly for months (1 to 10 times a week)
> many of my neighbors had same problem, some of whom switched to AT&T or CenturyLink
I would switch too except when it works it's the fastest of the 3
> dozens of collective service calls from Spectrum technicians in neighborhood, every time they say nothing is wrong
> later on it comes out that neighbor 4 houses to left of me had a shitty RCA Walmart TV that was backfeeding 100s of volts into their cable TV set top box

Coax is shitty technology, when are we getting rid of it
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>>86980456
I can confirm, I am with centurylink, with the pandemic poorfag discount.
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>>86981277
ouch. i have fttn. sorry about that.
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>>86981761
>You make enough money to live in a HOA, you don't belong here, go back
Is this true, bros? I have been here for a decade. Am I not wanted?
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So glad I live in new england. Fiber since 2007, gigabit a few years later.
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>>86980436
Based EPB subscriber

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QRD on the controversy of GPLv3?
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>>86981130
That's not a controversy. Linus is a sellout.
Don't listen to that hack.
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>>86981527
gpl3 is more of a sellout, don't listen to stallman either
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>>86981078
They closed one loophole, but left another wide open (online software as a service).
AGPL for the win, or the Server Side Public License if you really want to make companies seethe.
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>>86981179
saved
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>>86981179
this




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