Does anyone here work work on neurotechnology/neuro-engineering? I'm relatively new to the area. I'm starting to worry that the field is hyped too much, and that I'm wasting my time being involved in it.
Is neurotech a meme?
I just want to put my brain inside the internet.
are they good deals for installing shit like sailfish os and ubports on it
I'm on AT&T in burgerland btw
When did you realize this board is a piece of shit?
Without following it?
you will never stop me
I'm about to buy a refurbished laptop on amazon, am I making a great mistake?
Just buy a chromebook flip and put linux on it or else buy a refurbished x300 thinkpad.
It doesnt mean what it used to apparently
I heard they stopped testing them and just assume the previous owner was dumb and didn't operated it properly so it is a crap shoot
>can't install Windows 7 on new hardware
>can't install Linux on new hardware
>everything is always on
>everything is listening
>everything is watching
>everything costs a fortune
Literally nothing has gotten better except storage and internet. I'm going back to my T520 unironically
You can run Linux on new machines. Just not windows 7 in new harware without work-arounds
Just go with windows 10 there is nothing worng with it other than the ads, spying, Forced updates, and keylogger software by our friends the NSA
its all to keep you safe from terrorists and pedofiles.
>shipping through USPS
why doesnt my monitor have a remote? i want to switch videos, change volume, and turn it off without getting out of bed
fucking ethereum miners
Why would this happen? Is it just an nvidia problem? Apparently it's a Chrome issue, but reinstalling it sure didn't help.
Cursor jumps a few inches and turns into a weird pixelated short cursor with a frozen loading circle
I'm a first semester computer science student, I've never liked math but never really hated it, I dislike it but I know it's very necessary for me, I'm currently getting really bad grades at Calculus and Discrete Mathematics
I've lost all motivation to study anymore, any advice?
I've recently purchased AirVPN, using Fedora 25 and their official Eddie client is not working. I tried OpenVPN and it won't install either, I assume because it's most recent release was for Fedora 23.
So, what are some good VPN clients for Linux environments? Search engine won't turn up much besides ads, damn shame. I'm looking for anything open source, lightweight, efficient, secure, reputable, but most importantly, for Linux environments and recently updated.
I'll contribute as I research more, all contributions are appreciated