How would you program happiness in AI?
Is it true that current devices (especially cellphones) are designed with a hard coded life expectancy of 2 years? I had a Galaxy S4 for 2 years give or take and its motherboard died, so I got an S5 (big mistake) and it was ok, but now it recently turned 2 and the phone started shutting down when having 20% battery. I bought a new battery, which fixed the issue...for 3 months, and now the same shit happened but at 80% and the battery fucking poped. My friend told me that they really don't last more than 2 years.
Why's that? My brother still has a functional first gen iphone, hell I don't think its even first gen, I think it's BEFORE that, like the prototype
It is called Planned obsolescence.
Name a better audio brand.
>Hint, you can't.
Just had an interview for a web developer position at a very large institution.
I said 4chan as an example of a website I use to stay current. How fucked am I?
>50TB SSD finally on sale
How many are you buying /g/?
How can I begin modeling a program in Python to increase my edge in NLHE cash games?
Anyone else /watchposting/?
ITT freeware or paid software for LInux.
WPS Office is an office suite will full MS Office document format compatibility http://wps-community.org/downloads
Renoise is a digital audio workstation (DAW) based upon the heritage and development of tracker software http://www.renoise.com/download
What does /g/ think of void linux?
is the only good reason to use it no systemd
So what's /g/ favourite window manager?
I've been using i3 for awhile and so far it's surely worth it's money.
Xmonad, on the other hand felt a bit clunly but I know that there are lot of fans of that WM.
You and I should be friends. (I could really use some.)
I need a cheap laptop, I plan on installing linux on it (I'll try gentoo probably), and need it only for programming using vim, downloading stuff, and probably some shitposting. What do you suggest? Should I give in to the Thinkpad meme?
Post your IP besides loopback
Time to get serious /g/.
We need a comprehensive guide, listing all the things to look for before buying a ThinkPad.
>Physical Inspection - parts which commonly break
>Hardware - ???
>Encrypted shit - BIOS, etc
>Software - most come with Windows so we need quick ways to check things while buying.
Let's compile a checklist that we can quickly tick off while buying a used MemeMachine™
>Better if we can get a model specific list. Example: The palmrest near the card slot on the x230 known to break, supposedly.
inb4: read the buyers guide faggot.
That's not enough.
Why aren't you browsing /g/ from a T420?
Say goodbye to the years of work on accessible web design documentation.