How can the human eye notice any difference between 60 Hz and 480 Hz?
Yo guys, I want to learn network security but I don't know where to start. I know nothing about it but I've got lots of free time to learn. I've done some research and basically everyone says that you can't start from scratch here and must have background knowlage (OS, networking).
What are good courses/sources to start with let's say OS (if that's the right path to start with)?
Are there any custom roms other than lineage os that can pass the safety net check? I want to be able to use android pay and Netflix.
>making your OCs in paint
What would be the best free virtual machine software for this machine and for trying out ubuntu and other distros later on?
Would sta.li with linuxbrew be a viable distribution for daily use?
Should I go back to Windows?
GIMP, LibreOffice, Blender are nice but... they are limited
But Linux is nice because no getting malware, spyware problems, and it's fast.
>buying intel when AMD exists
how do sites like 4chan know i'm using an elite (never before used) proxy?
proxy testing sites are green, but 4chan somehow knows...or did this site seriously ban certain regions of canada?
This is the next big buzzword.
Screencap this thread, in a few years you will start seeing it everywhere. It will spread like cancer.
Just like agile, cloud, etc did. Mark my words /g/.
Would this have flopped as hard if it wasn't hyped as an i7 killer? It is a really good budget CPU, even now.
Are there any good, affordable wifi adapters for 5G wifi? Would be best if it could work with ubuntu as well
Anyone can't see new mails with cock.li? My old mails seem erased and new ones don't show just say is empty.
Post redneck tech
Where can I learn all the basics to work in IT?
>Mozilla believes that the data is biased and that only data collecting with opt-out would provide unbiased data that the engineers can work with.
>Fritzsche proposes uses differential privacy and the open source RAPPOR project by Google.
>Google and Apple use differential privacy already, Google does in Chrome for instance.
Wait a minute... why would engineers believe ''opt-out'' data is unbiased? what's the trick?
Think about it, normalfags don't know or care about these settings, they won't touch them.
The ones opting out are more technically minded and inclined and they're the overwhelming minority.