Post any infographics or guides itt. No reposts or nsfw guides. Remember to use .png if you can, no one likes to read blurry .jpeg. Last thread was
messed up making the last one because i was on my phone. ill post a few
another cum related one. text only tho. sorry ;c
bald and old i assume. and looks like that potato next to him
Requesting the infographic about different trackers and sites to download things. Mine's lost.
>Dat supplement chart.
I wonder if I would get any looks if I walked into a health food store and tried buying each of those things on the list.
Well I found the original in chanarchive.org It's down but archive.org might have copies of any links you might want to check out.
[spoiler]please excuse the separation of the link[/spoiler]
wish there were other infographics for languages
i have like 200 sparkcharts. should i post some? they sell 4 jpg for 5 bucks.
I hope dumping these is ok I'm just goin thru old shit
Though it does teach you a little bit about symbol drawing, that's a terrible guide.
'cept it's so old it doesn't even have /sys/ in it.
FHS was a great ideal, but it never really went anywhere. It's Unix's OSI Model.
If you're ever stuck for how to do something on Linux, or want to use a new tool well, google "<whatever> cheat sheet" or "<whatever> cookbook".
Bash, Awk and Sed all have great documentation.
Disgusting. This what dead inside corporate executives preach to make themselves feel better.
Thanks for reminding me of this CD, got the whole thing now, it's beautiful.
Now, can anyone give me an info on screencapping on forums and that jazz? I mean, if you try to save jpgs on paint it looks fugly as hell, so I'm forced to use PNG, but, I've seen some sweet screencap jpgs, is this due to photoshop?
So, in other words it's a pragmatic paradox between perspectives on what successful people aspire to be, regardless of what you do the outcome will be success, success to be a failure or as a man of wealth, regardless of how you are.
That's the main problem with the term. If I wanted to be homeless, then the loss of my home would be a big step toward success.
The infographic is actually the difference between a kind, organized person and a disorganized asshole. It has nothing to do with success.
Anyway I saved a lot of info here so I will dump 5
Here's a source, dipshit. Thanks for completely disregarding me without making any attempt to confirm or challenge my statement.
I'm also a fan of Art of Manliness shit.
This image isn't perfect, but it's an okay guide.
This is the best one I have, it help you finally see the 4chan gold only images.
I'm gonna make this when I have money to spend on something other than shelter internet and actual food.
Well, buddy, I'm disorganized, and an asshole sometimes, but that doesn't have to make me a true mean asshole. Yet, I'm gonna be successful once I deal with my shit which I started to do a bit before the start of 2016, thankfully, sort of a new years resolution to change in many aspects, people tend to perpetuate what others should be, that's a huge and terrible mistake.
Hey I understand. I was just saying those two examples were poor representations of what makes success. There are quite a few successful people who were notorious slobs and/or bitter and critical, and there are many people who fit the "successful" criteria who end up getting fucked over or fired for reasons beyond their (or anyone's) control.
Then there are the people who fit in the middle of those extremes. That sloppy roommate who's always got your back, or the neat freak who finds the rest of the world disgusting. Where do they fall? Moderately successful? Almost successful?
Sure some of those listed things are steps in the right direction, but the title's too subjective and its implications can be lofty.
Here's a very important infographic on the subject of trolling
I got some energy to flow all over you girl.