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lazy nonregularOP edition

crab gang
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>>82833896
nope, i bet they only get that high rating cus people are fucking retarded and dont know that they're getting scammed.
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>>82833896
if it has below 90% ratings, it's 100% a scam of some sort
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>>82828060
same question but for adult figurines, kinda want asanagi ones
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>Ordered two milk frothers from Ali, haven't ordered anything for couple of months.
>See that there's the EU VAT shit added to the price.
>Go and search the same items on Amazon.
>Mfw realize that Amazon is now cheaper or at least the same price for a good chunk of these things and also hell of a lot faster in delivery.

Seems like the fun days of ordering cheap chink shit are over.
Chinkoids need to drop their prices and start eating the VAT costs, otherwise Amazon and Ebay wins.
Only things it makes any sense to order anymore are special items that you can't find on Amazon or Ebay.
Everything else like small electronics are now just as expensive.
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>>82834672
amazon literally has 3-5 day free shipping above a 35 dollar threshold to my awful third world shithole and their marketplace is absolutely filled with chinkshit

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What are some cool monospaced fonts that will give me a nice old boomer feeling?
Tried out IBM 3270 and it's pretty tight, but I'm looking for something more crispy, you got any?


Fira Code redditors need not apply. No I don't want your gay ass code "ligatures"

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OP is a bundle of sticks edition, now with correct HoF.

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://sys.4channel.org/derefer?url=https%3A%2F%2Falign-centre.hatenablog.com%2Fentry%2F2021%2F06%2Fdap-comparison-2021-06

•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

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>>82833963
>>82834039
I did some test encodes with Lame with CBR 320 and with -V0 and looked at spectrograms. -V0 actually has a slightly higher low pass filter cutoff than CBR 320. Qaac's top quality VBR mode beats both and makes spectrograms pretty much indistinguishable from the original FLAC and uses around 360 kbps.
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>>82834095
Blessing 2 does not have more bass than ER2XR. B2 Dusk maybe.
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>>82834095
Go for Hana v2 or Oxygen. I moved from er2xr to o2 and they sound perfect to me compared to 2xr. Literally cant find any flaws in terms of sound quality, The only problem is isolation. Even with foam tips its "well at least you tried" level of noice canceling compated to 2xr.
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>>82832521
Fascinating, I didn't know you could deduce that from a graph. Thanks anon
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what do you guys think of moondrop aria?

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What is the best unzucked Android fork?
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>>82831398
oh wait is he confirmed jewish?
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>>82828471
Antifa are unpaid and unwitting government shills who rage with the machine. If Calyx is "the left wing" platform than that is all the more reason to use it, because feds aren't worried about troons and won't be spying on them.
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>>82827846
use graphene if you can, lineage if you cant. try the other two if you are mentally damaged
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>>82832557
>Why Graphene for a Pixel and Lineage otherwise?
because for security, graphene is far better
not that lineageos is bad, it's MUCH better than stock jewgle and everything else
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>>82832717
>doesn't elaborate further

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I want to get a new hard drive but have they suffered anything similar to intel/amd cpus with backdoors and all? If so what do you recommend?
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>>82833146
>>82833169
why
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full-drive crypto LVM = problems weren't
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>>82833181
The overlapping-tracks architecture complicates the writing process since writing to one track also overwrites an adjacent track. If adjacent tracks contain valid data, they must be rewritten as well. As a result, SMR drives are divided into many append-only (sequential) zones of overlapping tracks that need to be rewritten entirely when full, resembling flash blocks in solid state drives. Device-managed SMR devices hide this complexity by managing it in the firmware, presenting an interface like any other hard disk. Other SMR devices are host-managed and depend on the operating system to know how to handle the drive, and only write sequentially to certain regions of the drive. [5]:11 ff.[6] While SMR drives can use DRAM and Flash memory caches to improve writing performance, continuous writing of large amount of data is slower than with PMR drives.[7][8][9]
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>>82833181
SMR is literally stacking and overlapping bits on the drive platters to squeeze more onto them, and you have to rewrite sections when writing to the drive because you have to fix all of the bits next to each other. it's slow and inefficient, and personally I don't know how much I even trust it
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>>82833123
Use this site in order to find out if a HDD is either SMR or CMR.

https://www.heise.de/

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and uploading the contents to share with law enforcement. Previously they only scanned content hosted in iCloud.

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1423071186616000513.html

Goodbye Apple hello free software.
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>>82826725
if only pinephone had decent hardware and working essential apps...
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>>82826443
I wish there were a PinePhone with the specs of a present-day Android phone.
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>>82834200
As soon as it does I will buy one. For now an Android with unlocked bootloader and custom ROM installed, preferably without Google apps installed, is an acceptable alternative.
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>>82826850
based as always
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>>82834191
>Whats the difference
The US will actually arrest you (if you live in the US) while chinks will just sit there and stare at u from across the ocean.

But you are right, a hole is a hole and thus can be exploited by anyone.

Why doesn't YouTube support high framerate video in 2021? One could argue that not everyone has a high refresh rate screen, but the same could be said for 8K (And even 4K) and that is supported
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Set YouTube to high resolution, it defaults to 720p on a gigabit connection, 100mbit connection,4g,5g all devices

Now have to manually select anything higher the. 720p and go through 2 extra clicks, fuck jewtube

Post your desktop everyone, anything obscure will earn you extra points.
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>>82834264
Because it reminds me of a better time and despite its appearance it just werks.
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>>82834122
you only need ncmpcpp
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>>82834523
my nigga
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>>82834343
Гoвнo ccaнoe. Кoмиблядь нe чeлoвeк.
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>>82832262
obsessed

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>this confuses and enrages the zoomer
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why do boomers seethe and foam at the mouth when they see a person that doesnt want a numpad? nobody finds you impressive because your keyboard has one
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EXTREMELY low quality

>>82834533
fun fagged: there are exactly 0 zoomers and 0 boomers ITT rn
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>>82834526
I'm a zoomer and I like them.
Have you considered...
that if a person finds it useful they'll buy a board with one? And if not, they'll buy a tkl or less?
Woah.
It's as if people use what they need/want to.

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Now that the dust has settled, how do we really feel about the technological update to the 4chan captcha? Is it better, is it worse than Goolag's? What's your take, /g/? Also post funny captchas, if you have any.
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>>82834187
Once you learn the letters they use its a dead easy, at first I kept mistaking noise as part of a letter.
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>>82834187
Hated at first, but its grown on me. Googles is too slow.
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>>82834187
a lot better. especially since you usually don't have the leave the keyboard to post now (I think you could also do the google one with the keyboard, but now it's way easier)
The only downside is the influx of Phoneposter threads it caused
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>>82834187
Don't have to use and unblock Google, that's a win in my book.
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>>82834187
Better, in fact, for some time Google's captcha wouldn't load on any site for me, so i couldn't post, and the new captcha solved this

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>Hackintosh
Wiki: https://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
Forums: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/

>Ryzentosh
AMD Vanilla OpenCore: https://github.com/AMD-OSX/AMD_Vanilla/
OpenCore 0.6.9 - VMware Workstation 16 - AMD Ryzen: https://github.com/Ken5998/OpenCore-VMware-Workstation-AMD

>New to Mac OS?
Q&A Website: https://apple.stackexchange.com
Download a better terminal: https://iterm2.com
Terminal for beginners: https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/beginners-guide-mac-terminal/
Comprehensive terminal guide: https://swcarpentry.github.io/shell-novice/

>Package Managers

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>>82826684
The padding can be removed using a MacForge plugin called minime or something like that.
Advanced .car (apple theme files) modification can be used to kinda bring old motifs back, even the glossy traffic lights.
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I just wanted to delete my Apple account, which I hadn't used in 6 years, so I logged in with my password, verified my email, then I had to enter like 3 fucking security questions. Now as far as I remember, I only had 1 security question, I tried that in every field, but it didn't work. I cannot reset my security questions because it says "you just can't okay?" so I tried logging in on a Macintosh, which apparently allowed me to delete my old iPhone backup from iCloud, but it didn't grant me access to my account. It looks like I won't be able to delete my Apple account after all. They won't entertain GDPR requests without this either.
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>>82824735
Mojave, high sierra and earlier
>>82824846
Pirate
>>82824945
Downgrade
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Apple is starting to scan our photos bros
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>>82833668
Yes.
What we will do?

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Gpu prices re not going down. its going UP
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>>82832497
Do you retards actually believe there's a real chip shortage? Grow up.
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>>82833814
it doesnt matter if you call it a chip shortage or a high demand market
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>>82834229
what if we call it artificial scarcity?

its like people already forgot ram price fixing lmao
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>>82834439
how are chip designers reporting record profits then but the board partners not?
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>>82834439
/this

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https://zenodo.org/record/5163258

Warning! Cyberattack! Cyberpandemic!

A global cyberpandemic is more likely to happen than you think.

Statement: A cyber-pandemic has a significant probability to happen and it should not be ignored. It could be false, planned, and accidental or even the three at the same time in progression, with causes and consequences, direct and indirect. It would still be a problem that someone should take in consideration and leave it in his head in case of prevention, who knows. The most probable time is whether in the nearest times, like some months, or either a decade. Something to know is that the more we approach to 2030 and over, the more big the probability. More details will come after. This global cyberattack will effect internet, electricity, communications and other electronic and non-electronic elements like supply-chains.
.......
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>>82834351
based
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>>82834351
DOT COOM
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>>82834119
It's over
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>>82834506
>Bioengineering
Time to reassemble the race.
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If you have not moved your media and documents to free formats, the time is now
https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Collection:File_format
>Word, open file
>I can't do that anon
>Explain
>All .docx files with timestamp less than or equal to 2029 are forbidden from being open
>Word, open the document
>A cyberpolice agent has been dispatched please remain calm
>Attention residents of grid #553, a malicious file has been detected on a device, network access has been blocked until further notice
>Photoshop, open file
>Premiere, open file
>Corel, open file
>Reader, open file
You get the idea

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Everything you need
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Python
Elixir
C
JavaScript
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>>82830884
>C#
dead language
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>>82830884
C++, C#, and JavaScript.
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>>82830884
But I need to write embedded programs
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>>82832934
C# is self contained though, all you need literally come from one single cli tool "dotnet"
Microsoft literally hands you everything you need, ASP.net is defacto the standard way of doing anything web related.

With C# you literally only need to learn one-way of doing things, and it mostly just werks. For everything else there are nuget packages which dotnet can download too.

It's fucking great. If I was forced to use one enterprise tool it would definitely be C# and .NET

Yes there's a lot of corporate bloat, but the language is nicer and it's at least just ONE source of bloat you need to learn, not 500000 different sources of bloat like in the Java world.

Since most of the industry mostly uses langs like C/C++, Java, Python, HTMLCSSJS, PHP, C#, what are some other not so well known languages that have a market?
I am looking for something that will give me an edge in competing for those job offers that have very few people sending requests but have high pay because very few actually learn them. Are they worth taking the time to learn?
pic may be related
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scala
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>>82833605
I don't think scientific computing is relevant here.
OP is clearly looking for a secret programming career lifehack not a job that requires some programming knowledge AND math/scientific knowledge.
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>>82834503
public sector IS the lifehack
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>>82834270
Finish your university degree, work for a few years, and come back later.
You'll have at least one "dead" language under your belt because there's no such thing as a "dead" language, there are industry-specific languages.
For me (HPC and scientific computing), it's Fortran.
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>>82834503
Working in a field that can't be farmed out to India because you need expertise in something else is the secret programming lifehack, idiot.




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