>At least eight Google employees tweeted Friday about a document that was circulated within the company calling for replacing Google's diversity initiatives with policies that encourage "ideological diversity" instead.
>The document's author also wrote that employees with conservative political beliefs are discriminated against at Google and lamented about how "leftist" ideology is harmful. They argue that the company should have a more "open" culture where their viewpoint would be welcomed. The document said that improving racial and gender diversity is less important than making sure conservatives feel comfortable expressing themselves at work.
So while Firefox insists on shoving their left-wing ideologies in your face every time you open a new tab, Google is moving away from forced liberalism. An interesting development in the technological sector, wouldn't you agree, /g/?
it is interesting because they're right. it truly is shoved down our throats. at work there are so many people that just stand there and accept this bullshit shoved down their throats when they obviously don't agree with it.
Why would anyone want this? What function does it provide? Why is this even a thing? Whats its end game? Just why.
It's actually not bad, although it's a fucking mining piece of shit.
It's faster than Siri.
I come home and say "Alexa turn on the lights" and it turns my lights on.
I can say "Play some Beatles" and it does it within milliseconds.
I can also control my FireTV with it.
And order diet coke.
It's not bad desu, cmon.
I'm sick and tired of Chrome shit browser not remembering the websites you have already visited.
I thought they would have fixed this by now.
>letting your browser store anything
Wtf are you doing?
ITT: we write all the freshest tech buzzwords.
>The devices, designed for children aged up to 11 who are too young to own a mobile phone, allow anxious parents to snoop on their kids by eavesdropping through the watch’s microphone, plot their whereabouts on a map or speak to them to summon them home for tea. Some watches can also digitally “tether” the son or daughter to their parent’s side by sending an alert if they stray beyond a certain distance.
>The next generation of watches will let parents listen in to their child’s heart rate to see if they are under stress, check their temperature or see how many calories the youngster has burnt that day.
>"Some", she said, "buy the device to listen in to see if their child is being bullied."
This is not a parody
This is not a dystopian future
This is literally 2017
What's the /g/ approved way to eavesdrop and track the movements of your kids?
I want sub millimetre accuracy here folks.
Also a complete record of everything conversation the child has, preferably transcribed automatically and sorted by topic.
No speccy thread? Nah
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left: 6 bit panel, right: 8 bit panel
here: monochrome CRT
Daily reminder to stop using btrfs because it has been deprecated.
I never used it to begin with, because I don't fall for memes, especially Arch memes.
>that guy who inexplicable lost TBs of data on a stable release of the filesystem and the devs said "Uh..we dunno how it happened"
So, I heard some of you want to buy AMD Vega...
9 years ago i bought a computer recommended by /g/ and it turned out to be really bad. i mean i could have been trolled by i really think they thought it was good for the money, so here i am 9 years later still mad i bought it
>AMD have stated that with zen they will focus on IPC improvements rather than moar coars
>tfw you realise kikeripper is only a few percent slower in single threaded tasks than intels best offerings
>tfw you realise intels skylake-x is an absolute housefire and their only possible competition for kikeripper is clocked at like 1.6GHz
>tfw you realise intel has NOTHING to compete with ryzen/kikeripper
>tfw you realise kikeripper refresh will be a $1000 16 core CPU with single-thread performance like a 5.2GHz 7700K
>tfw you realise intel will continue to gimp their L3 cache for absolutely no reason other than to make performance worse
When did you realise that Intel's crown has been taken and they aren't getting it back any time soon?
This is nonsense. Ryzen is already outperformed by Kaby Lake, the upcoming Coffee Lake 6 cores will absolutely dominate Ryzen in multi and single thread performance. AMD just glues cores together and hopes for the best, with Intel you are getting a tried and tested product that you can rely on. You only have to look at the multitude of stability and performance issues users have been experiencing since Ryzen's release to realize that only Intel can deliver consistent desktop performance.
/g/, what can you tell me about Terry Davis?
Remember when people actually unironically used Python 2 instead of Python 3?