>Headphone purchase advice: http://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub
Please put some effort into your requests and questions.
If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.
For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones
Previous thread >>62412498
Slightly rewording what I posted last thread.
Phone, strongly prefer wireless.
>Type of headphone
>Open or closed
Comfortable, but ready to sacrifice for better sound quality.
Neutral, but warm/bassy would be ok too.
Currently, I'm considering between either the Sennheiser Momentum Over-Ear Wireless or the Bower & Wilkins P7.
Which should I get between the two? Feel free to share some suggestions too if my choices are crap.
>Porn sites can inject trojan viruses on Windows, Mac and Linux with pop ups
>ublock and umatrix can't prevent the pop ups
The absolute state of ad"blockers"
I hate this shit so much.
This is the guy who coauthored systemd.
>open source matters because you can audit
So you're telling me that you've audited every line of code from the kernel to everyday programs you use?
Cut the crap, you're yet another propagandist with a shitty ideology. Open source is great in select applications, namely something as fundamental as an operating system (effectively nationalizing internet infrastructure as a comparable non software example), but any other application of Open Source is quite abysmal.
So why do you shill Open Source? You don't audit shit. You don't contribute. Yet somehow you think it's magically more secure? LOL
I don't have to audit it personally when people in community forums and bug trackers do it and publish their findings for everyone to see. I can't believe you're so disconnected from your community that you think you have to audit everything yourself personally. Oh wait... you use proprietary software.
>I don't have to audit it personally
So the point is actually moot. You're still trusting a stranger completely. Only real difference is one is getting paid and the other isn't.
The only actual reason you love open source shit is because you're poor. You love getting everything for free. Ain't that right pajeet?
Who actually pays for software these days? Everyone I know who uses Windows and common proprietary programs has never paid for them. If you pay for software, then you're probably too dumb to pirate it.
Is that a botnet or not, /g/?
>A mysterious startup appears out of the blue...
>A duck in a bowtie, run by a Jew.
>He promises privacy, to respect your space.
>But did you take note of the methods in place?
>A company US, your privacy sworn
>In 2010 markets Tor service (for your porn)
>Year later it's mentioned in Time Magazine
>"[it's] like early Google", the author did preen.
>"We do not track you!", the Duck says as you choose...
>Just remember: he's tracking the search terms you use,
>and the location data,
>though not your IP, (wink)
>but they get ads from Bing,
>don't you think that they see?
>Hosting their servers, guess who? Amazon!
>Do you trust their cloud, are you a moron?
>Now there's auto-suggestions.
>Think, how does that work?
>You trust that you're safe?
>I prescribe you more lurk.
>You hopped off of Google, privacy was the plan,
>but you've jumped out of the fire and into the pan.
How much free space do you have left /g/?
About 20GB on my windows partition, 700GB on general storage partition, 800MB on Mint partition, about 150GB on Ubuntu partition. Also, 500GB on backup HDD. 5GB on my daily carry USB disquette.
Wish I had more but I still have enough considering that I expanded my /home directory's size by 300 GB the other day when I reinstalled my OS and it took me 1 year to even get to 50% on my external HDD.
>nexus 6p always dies at 15-22% battery
>drains so fast I have to charge it twice a day even if I barely use the thing at all
>contact project fi support
>tell them I'm thinking of switching to another carrier with a promo they have going because of above problems
>"okay that sounds great cya"
>at least it can last two full days before needing to charge
>two weeks later
>find out Google has been replacing 6Ps with Pixel XLs free of charge
Are you fucking kidding me, Google?
Does such a laptop exist?
> Windows 10 + good GNU/Linux support
> No stickers on the laptop
> Basic gaming, audio and video production
> Small bezels
I think Dell XPS is the only laptop that fits most of these checkboxes. Do I have other options?
>try to unlock my iPhone Male Pattern Baldness Edition to take a selfie
>Friends eagerly standing beside me
>It won't unlock
>Spaghetti falls out of my pockets
>I bend to pick it up
>iHairline falls onto concrete
>curl up and cry
>get on the floor
>open the door
>everyone walk the dinosaur
I bet the Jews did this
What language does the Federation program their star ships in?
Hi, this is the new iPhone X.
>fingerprint reader on the back
>looks like cheap plastic
>can't even get colours right
Not the least interested in camerabulge phone X but this shit looks disgusting.
What are you working on, /g/?
Old thread: >>62426259
From that post, I'm mainly concerned with the bit about assets. Yeah, I can whip up some code, but I absolutely cannot do anything more than the most basic MSPaint stuff.
>you can start right now and land a client in 30 minutes theoretically
>I had my first client in under 2 hours, including signing up and writing a basic profile (ymmv)
So I have my 3-4 presentable iOS projects, my McJob, a dress shirt, and nothing else. What do I do—take a mugshot, write that I'm a miserable faggot with no real experience and then hope for the best?
Joking aside, can you give me any tips on spinning my very modest resume into something hirable there?
Anyway, thanks for all of this info and the encouragement, I really appreciate it.
Sounds like the way to go, honestly. I'm too honest and forthright when it comes to my drawbacks and I've had some bad luck with bullshitting because I'm such a beginner so I've been avoiding doing any further bsing, but I suppose that's the way to go for someone in my position.
This is true
Imageboards are technology. Unfortunately, as non-staff, I don't have access to >>>/test/, so as I study the edge cases of the behaviour of 4chan's software, I have to pick *somewhere* to test things. Today I'm studying the tripcode parser. I figure this thread could also work as our designated shitting^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Hmeta thread, so that it doesn't feel like a total waste.
That failing, nothing to see here; move along.
This is strange. I could have sworn an insecure trip followed by a secure trip used to render through just fine.