312c is kill Edition
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>tfw not another day
>tfw I remind myself that no matter how many complex anime I watch I'll never get into the KG
It doesn't bother me all that much but I still wish it did.
remainder to install google killer
run this script every day
>set clicking on ads to "sometimes" in adnau settings (important)
>disable other ad blockers and script blockers
>run script in separate browser
>do not use chrome
>spread the holy word
and watch them die
proof of work here, costing google 5k in shekkels
>he listens to ***lossless*** music
Is Yandex Browser any good?
How trustworthy is it?
Will it sell my browsing/account info?
Also why does it use up so much battery?
t. trying to leave the corrupt US tech company product sphere
Can't factory reset thanks to the Kill Switch. PIN and Pattern Unknown
What should we do about the increasing /pol/ menace? Is it the adnauseam threads that's attracting them?
Nothing, /pol/ is here to stay. Adnesium would attract them. But you also have a general interest crossover since your typical /pol/ack who was here before the Election usually visits two or more other boards.
What are /g/'s thoughts on Khan Academy? Liberal trap? Cure to brainletism? I'm considering taking some of its course because I barely failed math and science in high school
I remember a few years ago, there was a thread on /g/ about Khan Academy.
It was a long-term NEET who finally got fed up with it and decided to go back to school to try and get a job.
He said he was going to do KA math from basic addition through calculus. I wonder what happened to him.
I did KA to refresh my math skills after ~8 years of doing unrelated work post-college. It got me good enough to take some online courses that involved vector calc and linear without being too slow.
Like anything else, it depends on your input more than anything. If you sit down and work it 2 hours a night you'll be in good shape. If you don't work problems regularly you're wasting time.
What's the alternative other than GNU/LINUX?
First off, will say, work closely with my computer and CGI thus my company paid a very large amount for my computer-- even my home computer, since I use ut fir work 95% of the time. Got it from a company called Deluge, which (along with one other company in London) go back and forth as the best in the company. essentially, my cp is pretty much like this, only with a window that looks in on it, a fan, and blue lights that blink constantly.
The computer can run an oculus and a a vive fairly easily with a bit of tweaking. Now, I want to take the next step. I have a 34 inch asus monitor (pictured), and thinkinhg about getting either 1 or maybe 2 more and a wheel to simulate driving (Euro trucker suddenly looks interesting, given that Europe may no longer be around in 5 years) and I already have y pilot's license for since engine planes, so with 3 monitors and some other additions I think it could be really fun.
My computer....is pretty much a behemoth but even in the 5 months since I bought it, and tech is racing ahead and want to get most use out of it.
Anyone have 3 monitors and can speak to how it works from them?
Before it comes up, no, not getting paid by "deluge," they are expesive as shit and "trendy" and unless someone else were buying, I sure as hell would not use them, I'd be building my own machine. Wanted to say that before before start shreking that I'm a shill.
Also, if you had to buy 2 monitors of your own (you already have one 34" Asus), any ideas on which I could buy for the lest money to make up a decent "flight deck" for a flight simulator" without entire thing going to hell???
Bump. Come on, don't any of you mother fuckers with good PCs run multiple monitors from them? There's a few shitty videos on the topic on jewtube by really want someone to explain what I'm looking at in terms of price, pain the ass setting up, how to...distribute the signal so it ends at each monitor and begin anew, etc...
I'm trying to install Arch Linux, I made a usb drive with Rufus on dd image mode and when I try to do fdisk -l it only shows the usb drive that it's in not my laptop's ssd... help
rufus and pendrive linux are not very good for distros that require dd
not as pretty, but you could create a VM, install arch there, then dd that install to the USB from said virtual machine
Why is Microsoft trying to social engineer me?
i don't get this on mine
windows 10 is confusing, I don't even know what goes on in it anymore
cortana can't be disabled, creators updates, windows 10 s, minions in the start menu
like a big piece of adware doing shit you don't even know
Same thing comes up a couple times a month for me on my work computer
the perfect laptop...
>t43p type body, except thinner
>black or dark color palette
>cpu up to quad core 8mb cache
>memory up to 64gb
>razer blade material
>t420 type key travel except with butterfly switch mechanism
>trackpoint, 3 physical button mouse
>4:3 hidpi screen
>fully free source down to blob-less firmware
>2 x usb-c, 2 x usb 3.0, ethernet, sd card headphone jack, magnetic power plug
>docking station support
>easily servicable with standard screws and no plastic tabs
>no windows key
>5 year warranty with option to extend for original parts
>real quality control and test engineering for linux
>engineers keeping drivers and kernel support for hardware upstream and up to date
LAME MP3, AAC or OPUS for non storage music?
How do we raise a few billion for GNU software?
ITT: we brainstorm ideas