Redpill me on HTML, what are some good beginner books?
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>$300 or less, preferably less, would go an extra $50 for something worth it
>Asus Xonar Essence STX
>Full sized, over the ear only
>Max comfy or bust, I wear these things nearly all day
>Warm to neutral
If you are 20 years old or younger please let me know your opinion:
1- Do you think this GUI is comfy?
2- Is this GUI less, or, more, comfy than modern GUIs?
3- Would you like to use a comfier OS?
Thank you in advance.
>researching mbp because I'm about to drop 2.5k on one
>there's a fucking issue where the key switches sticks and increases noise when the laptop gets hot
What the fuck?
How do you fuck up a keyboard design? With heating?
>How do you fuck up a keyboard design? With heating?
you make it with the cheapest parts and the cheapest chinks who are so motivated to assemble quality hardware they had to install nets to keep their workforce from becoming pancakes
>I'm about to drop 2.5k on one
If you're actually being serious here's some advice. Buy the last non-skinny non-port-neutered retina version for less. No point in getting the updated models unless you like shitty keys and dongles.
>mfw all the 8gb gpus disappeared
What the fuck is going on for fucks sake i planned to buy a RX480 but now i don't know what
Why aren't you already using this amazing service? Client-side encryption, European privacy laws. Find a better cloud storage outside your own hosting.
BITCOIN FAGS BTFO
HOW WILL THEY EVER RECOVER?
Due to a design error (lol) literally half of the current Bitcoins will be somehow splitted into an entirely different currency. There's fears that the whole thing would literally crash as half of the bitcoins become worthless.
Called the "SegWit", or the "Coin-Split", the BIP 148 UASF might be the end of Bitcoin (and all cryptocurrencies) as we know it.
Which linux distro do systemd haters use?
You love you lose edition.
What's your favorite general font? What's your favorite monospaced font?
How can I start?
>Free tutorial course provided by Dr. Andrew Ng, Co-founder of Coursera.
>If you end this course, You can now code OCR by yourself.
>Free lecture provided by University of Stanford.
>David Silver, lead programmer at DeepMind give us a lecture.
>A list of basic mathematics required for ML
How can I elaborate?
>Wrote by Ian Goodfellow, Read it if you have already have a solid undergraduate level CS and math background.
>Yes, It's Reddit. But It has many helpful articles though.
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Thought I would ask here, with 2018 right around the corner, in this day and age should I switch over from a traditional HDD to a SSD? I am using pic related and it performs perfectly with no hiccups even though my desktop is a living dusty bunny, but I am going to fix up and upgrade my computer a little and thought if a SSD is necessary? Games, movies, programs, files, all load up or transfer fast enough to me. If I should upgrade what brand of SSD's should I go with? What is preventing me from buying one so quickly is the horror stories I heard on SSD's, like computer not recognizing them as a hard rive or they instantly stop working, so yeah.
SSD for OS and programs, and potentially scratch space for 4k editing or similar.
HDD for bulk storage, music, pictures, videos, documents, etc.
Larger RAW files you're working on can be on SSD because of larger file size, but HDDs should be used for long term storage.
self bump because Fry's is going to open in 10 mins
agreed for os and programs, but couldn't I just use an external hard drive for bulk storage and files? What brand you use? I am thinking of a 256 gb SSD for my os and programs