I'm starting to think email might just be one of the best internet communications methods not only for tech stuff but also for fun communities. Just the idea that everyone has their own "address" and can still be lumped into larger groups through "mailinglists" honestly seems so simple and perfect.
However, for some reason that I can't quite put my finger on using email for real discussion to me has always just felt so cumbersome, clunky, and even frustrating. Could it just be because I grew up with these shitty web-interfaces that try to do automated "smart" bullshit instead of using something like a terminal-based client?
Or could it be that some of us tend to think we should only have 1 email for everything so it tends to feel like a "mailbox" for occasional important announcements or something rather than a place to hold conversations? Or maybe it's that annoying standard of re-quoting the entire thread of conversation with each and every new message that gets sent?
What if all those annoyances were removed and using email felt more like just using 4chan even? Simple and intuitive and you could make as many new accounts as you needed for whatever?
Is there anything I can do to get closer to that experience? Are there any decent email hosts for this purpose or would I be better off just hosting my own email server?
And finally, are there any interesting general-purpose fun communities which use mailinglist communications?
Again, "high quality discussion" is always good, but even just 4chan level of communication complete with trolling and all sounds like it could be fun to me.
Of course Usenet comes to mind, but I've never used it before and I always got the impression it was sort of dying out in popularity, is it still worth checking out?
>I don't want people like YOU using such communities so I'm not going to help you
Yeah yeah, no need to even post in this thread then right? Go blow it out your ass.
Are AIO liquid coolers worth the money? If so, what are the best ones for the price? I'm thinking of getting one for my 7700k
I've had a Corsair H80 for about 5 years and it is still kicking.
Idles around 30 degrees Celsius at this time of year (summer in the UK).
I replaced the two stock fans with Noctua fans because they were noisy as hell, either something was broke or they had no vibration dampening.
They are worth the money IMO.
So how free is it really?
ITT we post how to get into machine learning, specifically deep learning.
I'll start: Calc 1/2, and intro to stats. What next? I assume calc 3, and more advanced stats.
Autism, but it depends on board cultures, I think, most /fit/ generals don't last long except /plg/. - /owg/ is dead And /bwg/ come and go. Anyway I think a programming language is also good - I've heard something like python might be?
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What are you working on, /g/?
Hello /G/, i don't know if This is the right ti talk about it but my tablet just broke for unknown reason but i have a theory, there is This Grey thing in my tablet and i'm pretty sure that's why it broked.
I don't have any knowledge of technology but i've looked enough inside my tablet to figure out This isn't the battery.
I don't know if it's a manufacturing defect
But i gave my tablet under reparation to the seller (actually it's like, the brand ?? I don't know but like, it's in the store were i originally buyed my tablet and there's a stand specialized to repair produits of the brand (btw, the brand is Quilive, originally created by Auchan in France))
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Just installed Solus yesterday and think it's pretty nice to be desu
nice service discordbabbs
Is their any software that will boost volume and bass for my sound?
What's the point of the cushion on the I/O shields nowadays? I couldn't even fit my mobo in with it, had to rip off of the squishy part which was held on with adhesive.
No idea, they are a huge pain in the ass to install and hurt like cunts if they cut you. Was building a new rig for my friend and I was having trouble popping that in and he was all freaking out I was damaging it and his case, shit was retarded.
Literally LineageOS on steroids
Are you using it phonefags?
Why the fuck does Vim jump lines when I'm trying to edit a file? For example, I'll be on line 40, trying to go to line 42, but instead, it 'jumps' to line 44, avoiding the line I want to go to. What is this bullshit?
To make this thread relevant to the board, should I switch to emacs? Which do you use? Pros/Cons?
>he still doesn't use a sfx form factor PSU
>he doesn't use a hamster PSU
>not using a standard fanless PSU
Looks like she's back.
Here's a pic from the stream if anyone is interested
What does /g/ think of JetBrains software?