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What's the best web browser for a complete retard like me who likes to keep 80+ tabs open?
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>>87016724
Provide source mr.nigger.
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>>87016737
I dunno who the artist is. Try Yandex. Or are you talking about the addons?
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>>87015992
Hi try mine and tell me what you think :)
https://www.dillo.org/

--
Cheers
Jorge.-
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>>87016791
The addons niggerman-chan.
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>>87016815
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tree-style-tab/
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/sidebery/
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tabcenter-reborn/
There are other less popular ones if you look around, schizo-kun.

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Come across a website that has actually helped you and went right to your bookmarks? Share them here with your fellow /g/ bros.

https://privatebin.net/ (zero knowledge pastebin)

https://www.suppose.tv/ (tv package maker

https://github.com/Igglybuff/awesome-piracy (good collection of piracy info)

Got more? Post em!
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>https://flukeout.github.io/#
Learn CSS selectors.
>https://www.buildyourownlisp.com/contents
buildyourownlisp (in C)
>https://gtfobins.github.io/
GTFOBins is a curated list of Unix binaries that can be used to bypass local security restrictions in misconfigured systems.
>https://learn.genetics.utah.edu/
Learn genetics, very accessible, nice presentation.
>https://untools.co/
Catalogue of mental tools for improved thinking.
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>>87015370
(cont.)
>https://metacademy.org/
Online search for knowledge maps.
>https://tmp.ninja/
File uploaded with max size of 10GB and expiring in 48h.
>https://pwn.college/
Education plataform for cybersecurity.
>https://listvps.net/
Cheap VPS listing
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>>87015385
It doesn't allow me to post zerobin, so... zerobin dot net.
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I like the visualizations on windy.com
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https://cmdchallenge.com/
Nice exercise on the command line.

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Is jetpack compose worth looking into and will be a formidable alternative to XML, or is it just a retarded google fad like databinding?

Fellow android anons, pls help out
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>>87015707
Yes it is superior because you have a complete ecosystem at your disposal and Kotlin is a 20x superior language than Dart. Dart is unironically one of the UGLIEST languages I have seen in the last 20 years.
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Enjoy this thread as long as you can. One of the C# shills should show up any minute.
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>>87016579
>One of the C# shills should show up any minute.
And what will he do? Compose right now is mainly for Android, how the fuck is c# related to that kek
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>>87016629
>how the fuck is c# related to that kek
He will shill MAUI (there's not even a single MAUI app in used in production). These paid C# shills are irrational.
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>>87016693
>He will shill MAUI
Kek just looked it up
>.NET MAUI is open-source and is the evolution of Xamarin
And immediately threw up lmao

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I thought my phone interview with Google went well, but recruiter says I didn't pass, and can't try again for a year. She specifically said she couldn't go into specifics for feedback, so I legit have no real idea what I did wrong.
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>>87016342
maybe she saved your life by not letting you sell your soul so google
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>>87016342
>she couldn't go into specifics for feedback
you somehow let slip you're some kind of unacceptable demographic for them. conservative, straight, white, or have opinions that aren't completely woke or completely corporate bootlicking
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>>87016565
I am white, straight, and right-ish. Though I don't imagine they could tell the right-ish part just from my voice, but I bet they could tell I was a typical SWM.
>>87016487
This is possible
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>>87016674
Maybe they already new you are right-ish. It's Google.
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>>87016740
knew

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Is technology still making the word a better place?
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>>87014301
the japanese are subhuman
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>>87016370
I don't see why they would be subhuman, this is quite a nifty invention
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>>87013680
What was the point of this again?
This is almost as bad as those digital cooler doors.
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>>87014301
tbf that's how I drink mine too, always put the can in the freezer for a bit and slush it up. I can understand this.
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>>87013680
So disappointed that the bottle didnt do a mentos-explosion at the end

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I just switched from Gnome to Mate. What do I think of it?
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Can you summerfags stop posting frogs for 5 fucking minutes? Holy shit, it's not even different frogs. It's just the same fucking generic pepe as every other emote
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at least you have one mate now. we all still think you're a loser though.
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I miss this little nigga so much
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>>87015591
>better than BB
Bitch shut the fuck up you never even used BB 10. Windows Phones were bloated garbage just like Android and iPhone. All these Windows Phone fags were just poorfags who didn't know any better lmao.
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>>87013381
don't forget the Band2. arguably the best fitness tracker/smart watch ever in terms of features and usability.
I miss loading up golf courses and playing the whole coarse while tracking my steps, swings, distance to cup and score right on the band. Shit was cash.
The only problem was they build quality of the actual band that kept the thing on your wrist.
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>>87016541
To be fair when WP came out BB was still on BB7. BB10 didn't come for another three years
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>>87016300
Their main problem was switching development frameworks multiple times.
WP7 = Silverlight
WP8 = HTML5
WP10 = UWP
Devs could have handled one switch but they were pissed after they forced Silverlight and then deprecated it.
The company is run by retards.
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>>87009296
Same. Too bad their app store was unusable. Bank of America decided their app wouldn't be usable on the platform so I just kind of stopped using it.

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Will Apple BTFO Meta with their MR headset?
>Apple Silicon
>Micro OLED
>Eye and face tracking with external display
>Support for 2D apps ios apps out of the box?
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>>87016130
I will continue to wonder what it will take for consumers to fully adopt XR technology. You could argue that smartwatches barely offer any tangible benefits, but they were quickly adopted by consumers because they are trendy/fashionable. Is that enough for XR, or are we stuck here waiting for the "killer app" moment?

Personally, I am very excited about the potential for XR to effectively grant me "superpowers" like with the Google real-time translation demo, or having powerful cameras that can see like binoculars or visualize different portions of the electromagnetic spectrum, record my experiences or label different parts of the world.
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>>87016318
>Is that enough for XR, or are we stuck here waiting for the "killer app" moment?
Well, I personally think it depends not only on the technology alone, but the personal needs and inclinations of the populace. For example, as worldwide gas/petrol rates continue to multiply and soar, alternatives will become more appealing to consumers. People who would have otherwise bought an expensive gas-chugging automobile, rejecting alternative power sources may instead select a bicycle, electric scooter, or any kind of modern electric truck/sedan just to save on total fuel costs or maybe take advantage of subsidies. A developing need is growing in significance, and the consumer base will grow in proportion to that need.

Many people don't feel comfortable with many modern implementations of XR, especially as far as privacy goes. Take Google Home, Amazon Alexa, or Apple's Siri (Home Kit) AI assistants for examples. Plenty of integrated devices that have plenty of significant convenience and automation benefits at the potential cost of user privacy and comfort thereof. I use Google Home myself because it helps me in my particular home arrangement, but I also don't talk much, nor do I use it in my native language, and don't use anything with cameras. I'm not an especially outgoing individual, and if I knew everything I did was recorded directly on my person at all times, I would feel paralyzed and unable to engage with the world. When these things are optional and not intrusive to the daily lives of people is when they're most useful, but we're well past that point. You need to develop such a need in the majority of the populace that they feel compelled to participate in the technological shift...or penalize the disuse and non-participation thereof, to push 'real', serious XR widely. You're free to debate or comment on my points, but these are my thoughts on the subject regardless.
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>>87016543
I am not sure privacy will win out once the hardware becomes widely accessible. I think it goes along with your observation that we are well past the point where things are intrusive. Public cameras already record your nearly every action. Some people even live comfortably, voluntarily broadcasting their entire lives to the internet. You may be uncomfortable, but there will be others who are willing to adopt the devices, and it does not seem likely that regulation will come to your aid except in the most egregious cases of abuse. Even if the devices were outright banned in Western markets, plenty of others (i.e. Asia) would be willing to manufacture and distribute them.

The genie isn't going back into the bottle.
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>>87015775

!APPLE ECOSYSTEM ALERT DETECTED!

Not sure who this will be for honestly

Where can I learn about scripting so I can pwn noobs in video games?
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>>87016174
I am only interested in cheating for the lulz. Please someone send me down the left-hand path.
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>>87016191
>>87016174
>no specific game or gaming platform mentioned
>no specific scripting language mentioned
Yes OP, I can help you.
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>>87016174
>need cheats to own noobs
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install gentoo

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What is a good scanning program for windows?
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Norton Antivir-

kek, i couldnt do it
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>>87016464
Document scanning I mean
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literally the one windows provides you with

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any good alternatives to media cataloguing sites like rateyourmusic and goodreads? i want to keep track of my collections and things i've consumed but i hate the social aspect these sites have
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>rym
ywnbaw

anyways...
>notepad.txt
but the real answer is , if you can't remember what you consoomed, does it really matter?

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>>87016022
Ask it if it could kill you.
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>>87016280
no, ask to show booba!
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>>87016022
http://www.galactanet.com/oneoff/theegg_mod.html
I knew it was true

It's called doing version control on your updates and embracing containerization. The modern and sane way to software development.
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i sure love the extra syscall overhead, extra pain setting up debuggers and profilers, extra difficulty working on any low level system component or anything that isn't webshit really, and inability to hack and test on bare metal
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>>87014622
You are supposed to build it with image builder, not download an iso somewhere
Different things that should not be conflated together
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>>87014891
Does it really matter? You get a RHEL distro with rpm-ostree in the end. The fact is RHEL has version control on os updates, which nullifies your previous point.
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>>87014183
>embracing containerizatio
If only Silverblue did this
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>>87014639
t. neet

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How to turn these into useful products?
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>>87016033
Yes, attach a triangle of some material to each leg and you're done
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>>87016045
design a cryptomeme based on fidget spinners as and watch opportunistic idiots run amok
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>>87015791
GeoWizzard used one of these to fix the wheels of his razor scooter, and then rode that thing down the Swiss alps at an absurdly high speed
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>>87015791
Just break it and use the ball bearings for anything.
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>>87015791
connect it to the internet

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Why has nobody created a modern editor based on the ideas from these two?
I'm thinking written in C with Python scripting, Vim keys by default.
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>>87013204
Yes and its called vscode with vim emulation
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>>87013204
doom emacs/spacemacs
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>>87013352
>>but it use Lu-- into the trash
why? this editor is made in Lua and it is pretty nice bro
https://github.com/lite-xl/lite-xl
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>>87013352
Lua is better than python
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>>87015508
And it's faster. Idk why pythontards always disregard Lua, it's literally just a better version of Python.




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