Well /g/ just wondering if you have gotten your 1984 cam, uh.... I mean nest cam yet.
No. My dad has like 10 of the older ones that were easily accessible by literally everyone though. He also has 3 echo dots and last time we talked he seemed to be on the verge of getting a google home.
How do you safely dispose of old hard drives, Anon?
>look guize I just DESTROYED this EX DEE
This thread again
Nobody cares if you drill though obsolete technology. Fucking summer.
I know there's a lot of textbooks in the guide but what's the most direct learning textbook or site for c++? I feel like in a lot of books I have to read a bunch of garbage text to get to the point and I really need the fastest method
>hw do i lern to program in 24 hours?
These fucking threads...
>What is the magic way to learn something without having to do any actual work?
What is the best phone ever made, and why is it the Samsung Galaxy S5?
That Ryzen is literally the coolest 4GHz 8c/16t that walked planet earth
> 5h of everyday multitasking use (4 screen setup)
A thread had to die for this shitpost
Is my wireless hp printer spying on me?
Does IT really need a lot of hands on training? I was really tempted to do this online degree and was wondering what people thought.
I am just naturally homebodied and like to sit around.
Post your retro and generally obsolete devices /g/.
Cleaning up my Heathkit HW101 transceiver, PSU and speaker, came out in 1970, still working great 47 years later.
And shitty phone pic
Didnt think to grab the DSLR until I put it back together
check out what i found at the local mom-n-pop for 20 bux! it's basically a NTSC ZX81 with 2kb ram on the board instead of 1. which it really REALLY needed because just having a full page of text up on the screen cost 768 bytes. it uses a mutant version of Basic that replaces common commands like "print", "goto" and "input" with single-byte tokens to cram a whole program into whatever's left of the memory after that.
It also came with a 16kb ram expander pack with a fucked cardedge connector that i'm gonna have to replace, and a couple neat books. I don't know why one of them's a cp/m book. it can't use cp/m.
What's the best GameMaker tutorial, book, course etc?
I'm going through Benjamen Anderson's Youtube RPG tutorial vids right now. They're good but I'd prefer a thorough GML tutorial over this.
I want to start this week making my own top/down action game...
It's going to be text-heavy most likely. It's my own passion project I've had in my head for years but I'm just going to start now instead of waiting... like I waited to write the book, then never did. Or like I waited to draw the comic book, which I never did.
This guide helped me many years ago. Though its obviously outdated, I believe its still a very good way to learn.
The best way to learn is to do it, anon. Good luck!
How do I watch threads on mobile? my computer broke :(
Can I trust license keys from ebay? Has anyone tried this?
Why aren't you using the best piece of free software?
Does anyone know of a way to adjust the screen positioning on my monitor via a software? My monitor's vertical positioning is glitched and I accidentally pressed auto-adjust on it while cleaning, which made the screen go out of view.
I'm going fucking crazy here.
Is it impossible to change the screen position via software?
*takin' care of business*