So far, I've spent upwards of $350 on mechanical keyboards. But then, I got a ThinkPad with the modern fag keyboard and it turns out, I actually prefer its scissors switches to the mechanicals I have.
I've tried Gateron Blues, Gateron Reds, Cherrry Blues, Cherry Reds, Cherry Browns, Outemu Blues. But at the end of the day, I just want to type on my chinkpad keyboard which you can pick up for literally $50 or less.
Explain this meme, /g/.
This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.
>Required Viewing For Ninefag:
>Strap Guide: http://pastebin.com/SwRysprE
The switch from 14270 to 114270 was an upgrade from the 3000 movement to 3130 and from folded endlinks to solid ones. I think more subtle changes happened gradually, so some later 14270s have no drilled lugs and I think some even had luminova lume and the upgraded clasp and stuff. I haven't been able to find a super detailed list of minor changes over time for Explorers like there are for Submariners, I guess the Explorer is just a lot less popular with collector autists.
Pic is an early 114270. Also worth noting they have a glossy dial unlike the matte dial of the 1016 so I wonder what will happen to that over time. Maybe one day it'll be all crusty and cracked so I can sell it for a gorillion dollars since vintage Rolex collectors are mentally ill.
What makes a piece of software enterprise-ready?
Extreme complexity and obtuse design so the enterprise has to keep paying their existing developers to maintain it, since no one else will understand it, and those developers will be protected from the retarded decisions of outsourced pajeets.
Is it illegal to install the AAC audio codec support onto a Linux system?
>Usage statistics or "Telemetry" is a feature in Firefox that sends Mozilla usage, performance, and responsiveness statistics about user interface features, memory, and hardware configuration. Your IP address is also collected as a part of a standard web log. Usage statistics are transmitted using SSL and help us improve future versions of Firefox. Once sent to Mozilla, usage statistics are aggregated and made available to a broad range of developers, including both Mozilla employees and public contributors. When Telemetry is enabled, certain short-term experiments may collect information about visited sites.
>This feature is turned on by default in Nightly and Beta/Developer Edition builds of Firefox to help those users provide feedback to Mozilla. In the general release version of Firefox, this feature is turned off by default.
THANK YOU BASED MOZILLA
>The company was showing off a 4-way Radeon Pro WX 9100 system at SIGGRAPH, with each card worth $2199 - we have a system with $8796 worth of graphics cards. All four of these cards required AMD to use 2 x 1250W PSUs... and for the keen-eyed, you'll spot that AMD strapped a M.2 SSD to the first PSU, for reasons completely unknown to us.
>lurking /g/ for 2 years now
>see all the meme threads about mechanical keyboards
>"haha look @ this autistic neckbeards going MUH CLICK CLICK KEYS"
>Try a red switch keyboard
>"Wow, this shit is comfy"
>buy cheap chink blue switch bc fuck it
>Best. Keyboard. Ever.
>"Shit, /g/ was right, what else is there?"
>friend starts falling for the /g/entoo meme
>his notebook accelerates tenfold
>I rush to the store to get an SSD for muh Desktop
>install /g/entoo on it
>"OH. MY. FUCK"
>Blender opens in 1.2 seconds
>Android Studio 45 seconds from launch to AVD running built app
FUCK /g/ I'm sorry I ever questioned you. What the fuck am I missing? Chink phone? 16gb RAM? GIVE ME MORE LIFE SAVING MEMES!!!!
>inb4 IBM T60
Bought an old one already, waiting for it to arrive.
You use encryption all the time whether you realise it all not, So I thought we needed a place to discuss this on /g/
Feel free to reply with questions / ideas.
Would this possibly be a new method?
Ex. Both parties share keys , You the user and the site.
Wouldn't it be smarter for the key algorithm to be changed every hour from a list of prepicked algorithms, therfore it was almost random and if the attacker worked out how to 'break' a key then all hope wouldn't be lost?
What does /g/ think about the Push 2?
I'm able to get an almost new Push 2 for about 520 yurobucks,
Should I pull the trigger or is it overpriced garbage and I'm fine with a midi keyboard?
So my external HDD is clicking and not visible anymore...I know it's over, but I would like to save some data like vids/pics/text files and music.
Is there a way? I mean does it even make sense to use some kind of recovery or cloning software if the HDD isn't even starting?
>Grow up loving computers, tinkering with them, and motivated to learn more about them on my own.
>Fell for the college Computer Science major meme
>Can't find anything better than a $30,000 a year help desk job
>Shitloads of student debt
Did you get an intership, make any friends/network at all? Kek
>tfw intership gave me a 60k /year offer doing pretty low-stress work
and that's in FL, which is quite a bit
feels good man
>Both have a lot of good features
>Both have a lot of shitty features
>Each poaches the shitty features from one another
>The good features are slowly depreciated and removed
Hello /g/, I am the son of a great lord, which means I am to torrent all I want without repercussion, I just got the new Samsung galaxy, so what are some essential things I should download and mood my phone with.
Basically all I am doing ri get now is downloading free music, don't know much, but feel like I am wasting a huge opportunity
>not a communist like
>not a filthy manchild
>does actual development instead of just trying to force communist ideology on college students
>can shoot a gun (don't get fooled by his lazy eye)
>uses i3 -> all for convenience
>doesn't think of himself as some sort of guru or messiah
why isn't he our header?
>ESR > RMS