>"Don't mind me, I'm just going to connect to this webpage with my adblocker ENABLED"
>Don't mind me, just using an adblocker as I visit my favorite sites.
hey /g/, what are some cool open source/free software projects that are not very known
Yeah, Aussie laws come first.
The Law of Australia comes before the Laws of Math
The Law of Australia comes before the Laws of Physics
ITT: tech illiterate horror stories
Just got this at the Google booth from a local tech convention, what is it? The middle cap can't be removed
What did they mean by this?
Elon Musk says he saw the "cutting edge" of AI and it makes him scared
What did he see? Is what people like him are able to see much more than what we plebs know?
>smashing into white truck sides
>can't even differentiate between signs and cars
Can whitebois ever compete?
What is the slowest algorithm you can think of that swaps two variables, x and y?
Slowest algo wins. We'll benchmark if needed. Using time in any way disqualifies you.
Is this true, /g/?
In a new twist to facebook privacy change, US district Judge Edward Davila in San Jose, California, dismissed the lawsuit accusing Facebook of tracking users’ activity in their browsers even after they've logged out, saying that the plaintiffs failed to show that they had a reasonable expectation of privacy or suffered any realistic economic harm or loss.
look at all the people that showed up to the radeon rx vega budapest event
Looks like Raja picked the best X)
>not a workstation card
It's a gaymer card I swear
Pretty interesting power draw running pro shit and gaming.
lost one of three FOB keys to my apartment and as usual, shitty management won't do anything about it.
I viewed my key using my NFC enabled phone and did see that there was data written on. Now I'm not a hacking/programming expert despite trying but I do know that the thing can be cloned.
What do I need to do? I can buy an NFC/RFID reader and writer from eBay. Is it simple to use and could I copy the data from my FOB key to an empty NFC tag?
>All browsers that work with modern internet are either botnet or use bloated engines that are a complete mess
What went wrong /g/, the internet never should have been this complex.
>wath went wrong