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It is only popular because Snowden shills it
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>>77825593
Telegram's E2EE has been proven cucked as shit
Anyways I like Telegram, but only for public group chatting where I don't expect privacy or need encryption.
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>>77826132
>>>77825593
>Telegram's E2EE has been proven cucked as shit

Sauce?
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>>77824439
He knows what he is talking about, but on the other hand he's a greasy patriot. So that's either good or bad.
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>>77824439
>popular
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>>77826201
https://t.me/kumdelicia/1024
It's a pdf

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https://edition.cnn.com/2019/10/08/asia/selfie-deaths-india-dam-scli-intl/index.html
How can phone manufacturers make safer selfie cameras? maybe wider angles so people don't have to get so close to what they actually want? Extend the camera on top of the phone like a pseudo selfie stick but inside the actual phone and it moves the camera itself? something surely could be done because over 160 people have died in India from selfie-induced accidents

Why is Zoom popular to use especially during the pandemic? I thought Skype was the thing
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>>77825836
I used Skype and Webx(?) at my old job before corona.

My family uses the Google one, I guess hangouts.
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Fucking zoomers.
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>>77825836
That's the power of word of mouth among non-digital employees.
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>>77825836
Zoom is better at herding cattle.
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>>77825836
u can use funny filters

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Please see WEBM related. How to you display threaded thumbnails from the 4chan website into a browsable grid? Example provided. Is a script or addon can do this?
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>>77820988
No worries friend, you tried to be help and that is what counts
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>>77820972
install 4chanx and mess with custom css if you want them to display in a grid
something like
.gal-viewport {
flex: 0 0 350px;
}

.gal-thumbnails {
flex: 1 1 auto;
flex-wrap: wrap;
flex-flow: row wrap;
align-items: center;
}
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>>77820923
not quite the same thing, but this does it too and also comes with a way better media viewer for images and video with stuff like speed control, fast seeking, frame stepping etc
https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/408038-thread-media-viewer
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Bump
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4chan X's Gallery is not exactly as how you wish, but provides the same function nonetheless.

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I don't get it.
Sure, it performs great and it's a good deal, but it should have been doing much better still.

Compared to the 2080 Ti, it has double the shader cores, it's 8nm instead of 12nm and it has slightly higher clock speeds.
Nvidia even claims it has 29.8 TFLOPS whereas the 2080 Ti only had 13.4 TFLOPS.
Everything points to this thing getting AT LEAST twice the performance as the 2080 Ti, and Nvidia even claimed it would in the introduction video.

So how come the 3080 ends up with just a 20-40% performance increase in any application, synthetic or real-world?
I mean maybe the 10GB memory or the CPU would be a bottleneck in some scenarios, but in all of them?
Something seriously isn't adding up here.
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>>77823438
I am waiting for whatever releases with more ram or ti variant, since I'm on a 1080 ti and I don't have much money right now, and I want to play Cyberpunk 2077 with raytracing at 4K, or DLSS or whatever, so I will ned the best thing.
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>>77821760
This.

These cards kick ass in workstation applications, but do gaming only okay. It's clearly not a gaming focused architecture.
I'd wager Nvidia is shifting their focus away from dedicated gaming cards towards enterprise world and we're going to see the same thing happen with the next gen too.
Gaming performance leap will be 40% at best, but in workstation related things it's 100-300% jump.
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>>77824952
Has Nvidia realised that chasing for gaming performance is fucking pointless now that devs and publishers and even console manufacturers enforce near graphical parity between console versions and their PC counterpart? Like, Sony got caught 'offering favourable licensing fees' to developers that didn't offer too big a graphical divide on PC versions of games.

If the next gen consoles really are as good as they say, then the graphical divide will be less important. Nvidia seem to be shifting focus away from pure graphical power for some time.
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>>77821611
>How is the RTX 3080 so bad?
because nvidia tricked everyone by hyping it up as 700$ purposefully and sending no stock to stores and not having a large inventory. In late october they are going to open the floodgates and aib's are going to have lots of cards, which will conveniently be price at 899$ and the 3090 at 1599$.
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>>77821671
They design games around the 1060gtx still man. It's the number 1 gpu according to steam.

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reminder that apple is the company that respects your privacy the most
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>>77825321
Comrade ZUCC doesn't like it when you post fake news on his platform.
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>>77825286
I didn’t know about this. Wtf
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>>77825592
Were you in a coma during 2013?
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>>77824416
RedHat ...

Apple Privacy is fake, still getting a lot data.
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Reminder that this company lives RENT-FREE in /g/'s head

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is it worth it shelling out the extra ten bucks a month for a static ip so i dont get shafted when my ip inevitably cycles and i get someone elses ban
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>>77823450
I
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I'd pay to get a dynamic IP personally. Ban evasion is based.
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Ban tranime
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>>77823518
Takes like 10 minutes to figure out
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>ten bucks a month for a static ip
WTF

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>starts double clicking after 2 months of use
$150 well spent!
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It is sad what the market offers nowadays.

Someone should kickstart a proper mouse just like that dude who launched a new version of the IBM model M. I won't mind paying a bit more for a robust mouse.
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>>77817614
have like 4 or 5 logitech mice that have never failed me for years, I keep buying to upgrade previous one and for the different places I have to work.
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>>77817614
Just bend back the little metal doohickeys that are responsible for the clicking reaction and you're golden.
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>>77825725
do you use them for gaming? it's the rapid and forceful clicking that wear out the mechanical bits in a few years even in mice marketed for gaming
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>>77825563
I buy those defective Logitechs for a dollar from ebay and repair them, easy fix. My preferred model is the 603 then they work like a charm

What’ll it be this time? Who knows but it’s coming!
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>hourly intel obsession thread
>vulnerabilities that require physical access to the machine that AMDrones can't even find examples of being exploited

Remember to sage when you reply to paki/arab/chang intel obsession threads

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I thought Trump banned it?
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you just have to buy nordvpn
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>>77823814
just yesterday they secured a deal with oracle
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They made a deal yesterday

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OH FUCK I'M GONNA DROP PACKETS AAAAAAHHHHHH I'M DROOOOPPPIIINNGGG
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>>77823253
datagram is a general term
a packet is a type of datagram but it’s still more accurate to refer to layer 3 traffic as a packet
however it would be correct to refer to layer 4 udp traffic as a udp datagram
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>>77817652
>No packets dropping on channel 13
You get interference from channel 9 to 12.
There is no escaping it.
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>>77817420
Imagine using TCP
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>>77824867
imagine using a layer 4 protocol
imagine not hiding all of your traffic in ipv6 extension headers
imagine not spoofing all of your packets to appear as combat radio transport protocol
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>>77822973
Wew

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So I'm reading Deep Work by Cal Newport and he describes how beneficial it is to be able to "Work creatively with intelligent machines,".

I'm in accounting and I was wondering is learning SQL the way to go? Is there a superior language, in your opinion, that offers more? Please let me know what you think.
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>>77825640
I hope op pic is ironic.
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>>77825931
They wouldnt, thats why you are a retard for writing that query and only expecting 10 returned results.
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>>77825980
I'm not OP
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>>77825640
>intelligent machines
no such thing...all machines are retarded
you need to learn how to leverage their ability to quickly perform many mundane tasks, not how to work with them.
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>>77825640
Learn SQL and if you ever think about FoxPro end yourself.

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just turned my Note 9 into a dumbphone by ADBfucking everything besides the phone app and a few other things like an email client, pdf reader, and a music player

shit literally takes 5 seconds to boot now & lasts nearly a week on a charge

i've also been a lot happier lately too. it's not a meme bros.
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>>77818699
>>77819052
>have the option of doing everything you God damn want on your phone software wise
>this is somehow a bad thing
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>>77817871
Fpbp
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>>77818367
What was OP supposed to do, throw away the Note they already owned, that was clearly able to suit their needs, just so they could spend money on another device, just so they wouldn't have to tinker?
That wouldn't be very /g/ of OP, now would it?
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>>77821788
watch the old fart citrus tech tips on yt
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This is p dumb LOL. I just had a Samsung that could go into super mega battery saver mode and it was the same as what you say

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>"Privacy. That's iPhone"
>is proprietary
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>>77817431
>plays ball only after steves death
hmmm
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>>77817632
This is why apple is so successful. They make idiots believe this is how stuff works.
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Ban tranime
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>>77825897
this
inb4 animewebsite
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>>77817632
I'm sure you've thoroughly checked the source for all the software on your computer and therefore know it's free from surveillance.

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Give me just one good reason I shouldn't do this
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>>77808496
It makes normies think you dangerously modified your cpu when you go to resell it and will cause your resale value to absolutely crater. The second-hand market for computer parts is actually great, I bought an i5 8400 in 2018 for $194 and sold it last month for $145 on eBay. I bought a 1060 for $220 in 2017 and sold it for $175 in late 2018.
Keep your parts in pristine working condition so that you can recover most of the cost when you upgrade, cmon guys.
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>>77814662
>goatse
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>>77825032
Yes.
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>>77825559
>lenght


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