Ive been thinking about self-teaching myself to program since i am jobless and i am starting to get depression from how fucking bored i get.
What's the most used currently/will be used language that would be the most useful for me to learn?
Why that's not Mozilla's homepage?
Let's make a list of all decent Google alternatives
And anything else you can think of
your own web server obviously
your own web server
I don't have one for thia but I know there are a lot of programs out there
I scan the wireless network from my uncle's house and i found all the suff from pic related. I wanna have fun with this.
>Were i can start my seach for pentesting with this ports?
>Will be hard?
Are you ready to get some work done and look good and be fast and bugfree while doing it?
You can't even get a real iso for windows 10 it's this fake shit that ends in .iso
>tfw Ubuntu won
I give up /g/. I want to use Linux but I also want something that just works™. I guess my only choice is Ubuntu LTS
u mean inability of waste his time with meme distros kek
Why are you not using Brave?
>Mods recently deleted some semi-related threads + several google employee manifesto threads
>Animushit still stays
>Legacy captcha not working for thread creation
>buy 400$ A10 APU laptop
>lots of cores for performance when you want it
>Decent iGPU for when you want to game
Why don't people do this more often?
>When you run a search on a website with just and apostrophe and it returns an error
>when it outputs very technically indepth error message followed with the whole source code and directory tree of the server
I'm making this thread for discussion on the topic of privacy and how can it be achieved (if possible) by normies.
What OS, browsers and search engines are most secure and respect our privacy.
This is not about trying to illegally download software or media, but about basic human right.
It is reported that search engines and social media platforms are obstructing free flow of information by censoring certain ideas (example: conservative views on twitter and youtube). What can we do to protect free speech on Internet.
How can we change public institutions so that they use open source software instead of products of Microsoft.
Take a look over the pihole project. Its provide a network wide ad and tracker block. Great for every device and piece of software where using an adblock is not possible.
You only need anything running 24/7 a linux inside your network. Basic skills with linux should be useful. Im running it on a pi2, feeding it with about 1 million domains. Performance on the pi2 is great and should be enough for dozens if even not hundreds of devices in my network.
What went wrong?
Basically all it was, is you check into places you go to and the person with the most check ins becomes the mayor.
Not really much else to it, just show people where you are and try to be the mayor.
>Alphabet Inc.’s Google has fired an employee who wrote an internal memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies, creating a firestorm across Silicon Valley.
>James Damore, the Google engineer who wrote the note, confirmed his dismissal in an email, saying that he had been fired for "perpetuating gender stereotypes." A Google representative didn’t immediately return a request for comment.
>Google’s Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai sent a note to employees on Monday that said portions of the employee’s memo "violate our Code of Conduct and cross the line by advancing harmful gender stereotypes in our workplace." But he didn’t say if the company was taking action against the employee.
>Damore’s 10-page memorandum accused Google of silencing conservative political opinions and argued that biological differences play a role in the shortage of women in tech and leadership positions. It circulated widely inside the company and became public over the weekend, causing a furor that amplified the pressure on Google executives to take a more definitive stand.
>After the controversy swelled, Danielle Brown, Google’s new vice president for diversity, integrity and governance, sent a statement to staff condemning Damore’s views and reaffirmed the company’s stance on diversity. In internal discussion boards, multiple employees said they supported firing the author, and some said they would not choose to work with him, according to postings viewed by Bloomberg News.
>The memo and surrounding debate comes as Google fends off a lawsuit from the U.S. Department of Labor alleging the company systemically discriminates against women. Google has denied the charges, arguing that it doesn’t have a gender gap in pay, but has declined to share full salary information with the government. According to the company’s most recent demographic report, 69 percent of its workforce and 80 percent of its technical staff are male.
Its against their code of conduct so alphabet can do what they want.
I would in agree with the memo but spreading those opinions around would dishearten talented women in to applying
I actually thought Google would use this opportunity to shed some of the insane diversity-hires that were calling for his head. Refusing to work, calling for violence, sending death threats, threatening to quit... should have just let them do it.
>the napalmed village of /g/
>saying that he had been fired for "perpetuating gender stereotypes."
You mean like all the women in the industry constantly scream at 110db about?
You know, the gender stereotypes that men are all big and strong and evil?
Why aren't they being fired too?
What does /g/ think of the surf, the minimalist browser made by suckless?
dwm and st are interesting, but for the most part, suckless projects are masturbatory because it would take real effort to provide an alternative to things that we actually want to replace.
Every widget toolkit is convoluted trash? Simple graphical file managers are dependent on monstrous DE libraries? I know, let's make another minimal web browser, there aren't a dozen of those already.