What technology have you used to order pizza lately, /g/ ?
>Go to restaurant's website to get a pdf copy of their menu
>Call up restaurant to order pizza
Have you guys ever gotten your pizza with a rye-based base? It's actually much tastier than the standard one that's solely based on unhealthy wheat. Do you consume a lot of wheat products in general? Do you at least choose whole grain?
Oh shit I didn't think about that
It's okay because there are free pdf readers
Some caller ID app. Your number is public.
All pizza places here are run by immigrant arabs who can't properly speak the local language. It's more probable to get the pizza that I want if ordered online.
do you put on extra cheese before you stick one it oven?
>grease stain wants you to install gentoo
Frozen pizza is disgusting.
Just make it yourself, it's not even hard, one of the most basic dishes.
>2 cups flour
>1 cup water
>a bit of yeast
>a pinch of salt
>some vegetable oil
>mix all up
>put on tomato sauce and cheese
>in just 5 minutes you made a pizza
>you even know if someone did spit on it or not
>trusting a corporate supermarket not to violate your freedom and privacy by adding your face to their facial recognition database without your permission
I hope you paid in cash and wore a disguise to alter your face to avoid the botnet when buying that proprietary frozen pizza.
>it's not delivery, it's Di-Botnet-os!
Goddammit anon. I'm trapped behind 3 feet of snow and now I want pizza.
>Not using a designated burner phone that you keep in a faraday bag to order pizza from a location far from you house while you leave your regular cell phone at home to avoid the corporate pizza botnet
Enjoy the corporate pizza menus and coupons being delivered directly to your actual house with your real name, address, and social security number printed on them for the whole neighborhood to see how much of a non-free cuck you are.
I just got a really good idea for an app.
>it lets you talk to someone inside the pizza store directly and tell them what you want
Like you just press a button and something goes off in the pizza place and someone picks it up and you tell them what you want. We could call the app WantPizza and maybe even program it to work with different pizza places and could even make extra money by making pizza places give us money to be included in the app
you aren't. Even if you hook up an old electromechanical phone to a landline, the telco just receives that alanog signal and converts it to digital. It's only analog to the closest switch/local office/whatever. and they do that conversion with proprietary software
Great idea! Wouldn't it be nice if pizza places already had something like that. Imagine if you could just press a button and then something goes off and someone picks it up and you tell them what you want.
You need to patent this idea before someone steals it.
Pretty cool thread OP. I have actually been building a pizza ordering website myself. It is a universal pizza ordering website that allows you to select what you want on your pizza and will tell you what places have that pizza, the price of EACH item in your order for all places that have it. Right now I am testing it with Dominos, Pizza Hut, and a few other local places.
The hardest part I think will be making a web crawler to gather pricing information. Right now I just hand enter the prices but obviously that has no scalability. Also the actual ordering of the pizza.
What does /g/ think?
No you actually order from the company website, you get it delivered by the pizza company, and you choose what pizza you want ie 14" pepperoni and then you get to see which places has that and how much it costs.
>implying I always want to order from dominos
>it doesn't even display cost
I decided to make the website because pizza jews like dominos won't tell you how much anything costs until you go to checkout which is fucking bullshit. Protip Dominos doesn't charge you for your first ingredient.
I use Google Voice so Google can track my calorie intake and plot my time of death.
Dat delicious Papa Murphy's take 'n bake, I've mastered that shit.
>order 4 topping pizza
>they give me 2 toppings
I want to complain but pizza hut is so fucking cheap that I don't want those fuckers spitting on my food
I have severe phone anxiety and need to write what it is that I have to say on the phone beforehand on a piece of paper. I'm fine with actually going to the pizzeria or place that I'm ordering from to get the food, but I've always had this phobia with answering machines and phones producing ghosts from people's voices when I was a kid. Now it's just that I hate talking on the phone.
I liked the idea of that script someone wrote a while back to order pizzas from the shell.
Shame that website layouts change out so fucking often that it would need to be rewritten every second.
That, and obscure pizzerias have no sites.
>Call Chinese place
>Yur van shamshing?
>I'm sorry, what was that?
>Wai yur cawh? Shamshing tu eet? Weh yur reeve?
Fuck off, these forigners make some taste ass food, but they're like talking to a blender full of popcorn kernels.
It is quite impractical, not easy to get hydrogen out of the complex molecules. You'd have to perform at least 3 different reactions for a task as simple as this.
I'd rather extract water from hydrogen peroxide; that would be much cheaper.
>you've got to agree that cold pizza also has its own charm
No I fucking don't.
>drives car containing non free technologies
>fills car with gas created using non-free refining
>oil comes from non-free drilling
>power companies use natural gas, oil, and nuclear energy, all of which are non-free
>power used to power your non-free hardware
>and then you have your "free" linux, of which 0% of the source code you check
>while sipping on your non-free soda
>not driving an old enough car that any patents would run out
>what are legs
>non-free natural resources
You're just making stuff up now.
>what is libreboot
>well okay Linux [sic] is free, b-but you don't check it for problems anyway!
This doesn't matter. I have the freedom to not only personally give it a look over and modify to my liking, I can also send copies I make to more technologically-inclined friends so that they can let me know of anything wonky/add in features I request/etc.
That I don't exercise my freedom to do any of that doesn't mean I don't have it.
You are right about another thing here, though: the kernel Linux includes binary blobs. I avoid this problem by using Linux-libre as my kernel instead.
>while sipping on your non-free soda
>what is OpenCola
>most people know about it and think it's perfectly normal to drink
>costs a little money, but it's nothing to a person with disposable income.
>health and saftey standards top notch
>tastes weird, might take some getting used to
>hardly anyone sells it
>people will look at you weird for drinking it
>cheaper than Coca Cola
>formula produced by freelancers with their spare time or just trying to improve their portfolio
Not if you do blind taste tests.
>>implying availability matters when compiling from source
Are you home 24/7?
>>implying you'll label your glass
My glass is always labeled (pic related)
>>implying soda is healthy
There's unhealthy from excess calories, and then there's unhealthy from pathogens and disease.
>we voted on this subjective claim, your argument is invalid
>not bringing your own drinks on trips away from home and relying on the local botnet beverages
>drinking right from the bottle
>there's being stabbed and then there's being bludgeoned
>>we voted on this subjective claim, your argument is invalid
CocaCola is fine for everyone's tastes. The only use OpenCola it is companies trying to save money by serving customers a cheap alternative. You're literally drinking a watered down, cheap version if you use it at home, and will spend hours diagnosing small defects in the formula, since it doesn't work the same on every machine.
>>not bringing your own drinks on trips away from home and relying on the local botnet beverages
And why would you want to carry bottles of cola every place you go? It will get warm throughout the day, unless you spend a ton of energy and work carrying a cooler. Instead just walk into a store and buy the highest quality brand that is already chilled and fresh. It just works.
>>drinking right from the bottle
It's like fucking a disease free, birth control taking, girl without a condom, the freshest feeling.
>>there's being stabbed and then there's being bludgeoned
>doesn't understand the difference between nutrition and disease
>drinking right from the bottle
>It's like fucking a disease free, birth control taking, girl without a condom, the freshest feeling.
>he doesn't know about cola machines
>uses the word freshest
No it's reversed engineered, completely free
Oh hey you could probably do what I was talking about here >>52579555 with that.
I actually found the demo video and script, I remembered the name.
The source code of a work as defined by the GPL and pretty much everyone else is the preferred form of modifying a work.
Even if you consider any software written in an interpreted language to be the "source," it still requires a free software license granting you the 4 freedoms, or it falls under default copyright, which is nonfree. It doesn't matter if you get to see the "source" if you're still not allowed to do anything with it.
There's no advantage and less protection than credit since you supposedly authorize it 100 percent of the time since you manually enter a PIN at most places.
Plus debit cards almost never have cash back or rewards programs
Plus you don't pay interest on your credit card unless you take too long to pay it off yet it builds your credit score up if you time your payments correctly.
Really there is no reason to use debit over credit. Even if you're using a debit card you should run it as credit as it's actually safer
Digiornos is the same price as a Hot n' Ready and tastes better.
I hope you mean cold pre cooked pizza
I'm kinda like this too. If I'm taking an order for more than one person, I have to write it out on my physical memo pad or type it out on the memo pad app on my phone, If I don't I'll end up ordering the wrong thing or just stand there frozen because I'll forget what everyone told me they wanted
same for ordering on the phone
I do the same. I also drive my non-free car to pizza place on roads that don't respect my freedoms with speed limits, enforced by police who would treat me like shit if I was a darky.
Ordering things on the phone often yields the faggot on the other end screwing it up, due to pressure to work fast thanks to Jew policies.