I want to start a cam site /g/. Money is not an issue. I'm in western Europe and don't know where to find models. Do I have to pay them hourly or per show. How does this work? Maybe I can start with 15 or so models from eastern European countries und expand later. Anyone in this business could you enlighten me lads. Help me /g/, help me promote degeneracy in the world.
This is true. But I have a target group, my region people, I know their tastes and fetishes and so and I will look specifically for such models
Yes. This is an interesting point of view.
But how do I pay them. If I pay them upfront, what stops them from not showing up. This is a major headscratcher.
What does /g/ do with their servers?
Currently I have an irc server up and running, will probably host ts/mumble soon. What are some other cool things to do?
Is it still viable nowadays?
What's the point with software updates when software can be written perfectly once?
Are programmers just lazy or retarded?
Back in the day, when the internet wasn't really a thing (or if it was, it was way too slow), programmers used to bug test their software more thoroughly.
Nowadays you get programmers that shit out their software where the only beta testing they've done on it is, "it compiled".
These programmers rely on pushing out patches and updates online AFTER they've released the software.
Too bad most of the time they got to grab the cash at the moment in which they shat out their poorly crafted software, so they get lazy about updates later on.
Software testing has diminishing returns. If a developer waited to release until every bug had been found they would never be profitable. Only super high precision (and cost) situations like weapons systems, financial institutions, scientific instruments, etc are worth rigorously testing.
So this guy is like a technology genius because he figured out using cheaper contractors will lower the cost of space launches?
Ford figured out normal people will buy cars if they're cheap enough.
Steve jobs just figured out that people will use complicated tech if it looks nice enough for normies.
You can summarize anyone's accomplishments down to a sentence if you want.
They've still done more than you have.
It's friday night and I don't feel like playing any games. This never happened in my 33 years of life. My life is pretty good (good money, paid house, wife, etc.) but I don't feel like doing anything. It's like a void I never felt before.
I'm not sad neither depressed or shit like that. Anyone ever felt like this?
Get a hobby that actually involves progression and getting better at stuff - sports or music are great examples. Or try to enter tournaments for a more competitive video game. I also find I don't feel like playing as much vidya when life is good/not stressful.
Is anyone else having problems with it? I keep getting this error every once in a while
>Embedded devs calling webdevs code monkeys
>Wasting your degree/free time on embedded development
>Learning memory "management" in 2k17
I almost feel bad for you when pajeet takes hold of the last embedded bastions. Frontend is the future, better switch ships soon anons
>Being embedded dev in 2017
Son, shitty embedded hardware doesn't even get put on dev boards. When someone can buy ARMs at 3 cents in lots of 100k, I might believe that.
>daily reminder Orange Pi is sold at BoM cost
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It's not related to technology in the slightest.
Just another day.
Another day of substituting being unable to get into KG with the next best thing; complex anime.
I know that a pair released for the Xbox on the COD franchise existed, and that there are plenty of throat microphones for small two way radios.
Is there any way to get such a mic that lets me talk with my family screeching in the background?
you have 10 minutes to implement a comparison-based O(nlogn) sorting algorithm for worst-case class input or I'm cappin yo ass, nigga
Is there an imageboard with like one board per language plus one board arduino/pi etc rather than 4chan's unique board ?
>i don't use a smartphone
Hey /g/, attached is my first ever build from 2014. Has been a solid first rig for all this time, but wanting to upgrade. Looking at a 1070/1080 gpu, but have no clue about cpu's. Want more ram and perhaps(?)a new motherboard because I fucked up and got a mini-motherboard and have always wanted to kill myself because of it but oh well.
Any recommendations? Thanks.
How come they became the leader in something as simple as designing connectors?