Can we just have an Information Sharing/Inforgraph Thread?
finally one of this threads
gonna dump my folder
i hate captchas
K&R should be in god tier
fuck it, i'll just keep bumping
GIMP has an "import from PDF" option.
I hope every storage device you have breaks at the same time, asshole.
Continuing from >>44159813
i'll keep lurking in case someone else posts something interesting
Stop spreading this shit.
There's no way thorium could be a magical cure for all our energy troubles. Otherwise we'd already be using it.
Yeah, power companies would be all over that shit.
But they're not.
Seriously! I have been a long time supporter for thorium.. The only reason it doesn’t happen is because the US limits other countries from devolving nuclear technology.. There was a lot of development done with it in the 60's before Nixon shut it down in exchange for plutonium, which can be weponized.
dude over the past 100 years energy has production has always continued to increase cost efficiency. That is what technology does to industry.
I'm not saying thorium is the god particle, im just saying that its absolutely possible that the next breakthrough in energy production will be more cost effective than the current methods. it wouldnt be much of a breakthrough if it wasn't
Shit, that was the wrong one...
Okay, I guess that I will help OP by dumping some of mine.
Script to download all of these things:
curl "$1" | tr '>' '\n' | sed -n 's/.*"\([^"]\+i\.4cdn[^"]\+\).*/https:\1/p' | uniq | wget -i -
even this, it doesn't filter out crap
$1 obviously needs to be replaced with a URL
In bash, $1 refers to the 1st argument to a script. So if you were to insert the line into a file, prepend #!/bin/bash, and chown +x file, you could call it via
Sometimes it's more cost effective to keep the old reactor than the install a new one. I can see new reactors being built to support Thorium like this, but it's hard to get approval since everyone thinks it's going to be Fukushima all over again.
HTTPS as implemented by browsers is worthless in terms of the security that image is talking about.
Any single one of the certificate authorities your browser blindly trusts by default is a point of weakness, which if compromised allows the attacker to forge their own "legit" certs and MITM your SSL connections undetected. All of them.
The only HTTPS you can trust is one the browser itself doesn't - self-signed certificates.
>The only HTTPS you can trust is one the browser itself doesn't - self-signed certificates.
How exactly would that prevent MITM attacks? CAs exist because you can't always place your trust in the website you're browsing, thus a third party is used to verify that both people are who they say they are.
HTTPS itself if quite solid but the way that certs are distributed is quite open to snooping from government agencies. CAs can be coerced into cooperating with authorities which means it does NOTHING to prevent government snooping. It's still very solid against snooping from crooks though and is highly recommended anyway.
Self-signed certs are technically more resistant to government snooping because the government would have to coerce each website into complying but with the current system there's no way to verify that a website is truly who they say they are without a third party to vouch for them which is why CAs exist.
soo.. basic functionality is working. gonna polish it up a bit more, add some crafty little arguments handling and then publish on github.
yeah I know.
some of these are fucking retarded
>never buy n64 games just emulate lol!!!
>n64 emulators doing more than super mario and oot
>n64 emulators doing more than super mario and oot
>Crapple's customers tend to be:
>implying wealthy people understand technology
>Enjoy that visual arts major with a side of poverty and a mbp
>made for children
thanks. all things that I need to keep track of. others posted here are useful too but the info is already stuck in my head.
I'll post a few too.
I understand how stupid or potentially difficult this request this is, but are there any recommendation infographs for absolute retards like myself that hold their hand for the absolute basics of programming, where to start and where to go where for what areas?
This one is a programming languages infographic.
If you want to learn programming check out one or two of these books from the local library:
The most important reason why Thorium hasn't been developed until now was because Uranium reactors were in a much further stage of development. Why? Because you can make weapons-grade plutonium in uranium reactors.
That's literally the only reason.
I noticed SliTaz (bottem right) for ease of use and old computers.
How would driver support be? I've been installing Lubuntu alternative on some older netbooks and computers for friends but it's still a bit demanding and slow.
idk, but as a general rule don't do this type of shit with guides from 4chan unless you know for sure what you're doing. There's plenty of leftover troll guides from /b/ that people still post, probably without knowing.
Getting a new phone soon so /g/ what is the current best mobile phone? I would like the best
Based on those annual costs figures, assuming installation of a reactor costs you 59 mill you would still have 980,000k to spend on hookers and blow after covering annual costs for the reactor.
I don't know about you but I would give it a go, in the event it goes horribly, horribly wrong I can flee to my small island of women i bought with the spare cash.
>Maybe some people like how the iPhone looks but want the freedom of android?
And then you ignored the fact that google means no freedom.
Congrats, you basically said "Maybe some people like how the iPhone looks"
Don't know how old that guide is, but Lightworks is not free. At all. You can only export to youtube with the free version. Exporting as any type of media file (AVI, WMV etc.) costs money.
Thanks for wasting my time.
Here's something interesting for you guys, the DoD 5220.22-M method is no longer permitted, nor is any software based data sanitization method for that matter, for use by various members of the CSA including the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Central Intelligence Agency.
Software based data sanitization is out.
This is the last semi-related instructions (NISPOM), they leave out actual instructions on how it is now done.
"8-301. Clearing and Sanitization. Instructions on
clearing, sanitization and release of IS media shall be
issued by the accrediting CSA"
IS Information System
CSA Cognizant Security Agency
I'll let you speculate.
A script that you can run only once? My script can be run multiple times and only downloads those images you don't have yetwget -O - $url | grep -Eo 'i.4cdn.org/[^"]+' | uniq | xargs wget --no-clobber
For the record, no one really uses Gutmann anymore, all the standards are based on a shared common set of instructions;
First pass is 0
Second pass is 1
Third pass is random and verify
Pretty much standard across the board, AUS and NZ standards are just a single random and verify. Germany is overkill, with 0>1>0>1>0>1>random.
It gets a bit misty with Russia, we don't have any official data on their encryption standards, just some flakey 20 year old document.
GOST R 50739-95 (???? P 50739-95) - 0>random
I have the PDF if anyone wants it.
Hardware sanitization is the norm now, degaussing and physical destruction via incineration are the only approved methods.
If anyone wants a read;
Just ordered the Sansa clip+
Is Rockbox the only custom firmware I have to think about? Are there others? Is Rockbox the only thing I have to care about or are their other customizations?
I actually jumped the gun on my question, found it on the wiki, headfi. Thanks though. Hopefully someone can post an amp and dac guide. Looking to help my father replace his old one from the 70s that isn't functioning properly any longer.
smartshit shills pls go, stay go.
You are the cancer rotting this board, fucking normie shitters with your botnet crapware "phones".
Smartshitters, please leave.
id probably buy a smartphone if it was a financially responsible thing to do, although its mainly a toy nowadays so i wont spend $800 on a plaything for my pocket for quite some time
Ricing and desktop posting is /w/ and /wg/ material. See the sticky.
Email your guide to moot and have him add it to the sticky and then go the fuck to /wg/.
desktop threads are only on /g/ because those pedophile furfaggots spam the board and constantly evade bans if a mod tries to tell them to fuck off. they're worse than bronies.
What wallpaper is used in this picture? I want it
John von Neumann did not come up with the concept of a stored-program computer. It was conceived and implemented by Presper Eckert and John Mauchly, the creators of the ENIAC.
Von Neumann was a scumbag who used his prestige to outright steal all the credit for creating something that he had nothing to do with. The fact that he is still gets credit to this day, and is on that infographic, while Eckert & Mauchly are not, is a tragedy.
Assuming that MGS4 didn't happen, was MGS2 a simulation or did it happen?
Your wallpapers are here, there is more then one, pick the one that looks most like what you want.
Fuck it, I'm not compressing it...
Not him, but I got this from Google 2 secs ago.
>Layer 2 Tunnel Protocol (L2TP) acts like a data link (Layer 2) protocol for tunneling network traffic
between two peers over an existing network (usually the Internet)
Shit, pasted wrong text.
>L2TP is, in fact, a session layer (Layer 5) protocol, as the entire L2TP packet is sent within a User
Datagram Protocol (UDP) datagram, while it is common to carry PPP sessions within an L2TP tunnel.