How can i crack my neighbors wifi password? for research purposes of course.
I reached the conclusion that (at least technology-wise), humanity reached its peak in 1969. Can someone explain to me why I'm wrong?
I don't think I need to explain why all of these accomplishments are monumental:
>The first message to be successfully sent through the internet (ARPANET) was on October 29, 1969
>UNIX was originally developed in 1969
>C was developed between 1969 and 1972
>The only successful manned moon landings occured during 1969 and 1972
>On 1971, Intel released the first microprocessor (the Intel 4004)
I'm not saying that there haven't been any innovations since then. Of course there were, but I'm saying that the "median" was in '69 and it's downward from there. The further we go, the less trascendental and profound are the new technologies we are seeing. There are "local maximums," like, for example: the boom of personal comptuers during the seventies and the eighties, the web becoming publicly available in '91, Google/PR in '98/'99, the iPhone on 2007, the Bitcoin blockchain/protocol in 2009.
It goes without saying that things are much more sophisticated now, what I'm arguing is that most of the legwork was done during the sixties.
I know this is a pretty autistic theory and probably nobody gives a fuck, but I'd like to know if I'm right or its just nostalgia goggles.
That actually makes a lot of sense. About NASA, it doesn't surprise me, but about computing contractors I didn't know. I thought it was all private fundings (AT&T Bell Labs, etc). Is there anywhere that I can read about that? (doesn't seem trivial to find)
Whats up my /g/s
Currently live in student accommodation and I can't live with this fucking wi-fi. I have to pay £30 to use a stupid code for the network and then it's only for that one device. The MAC address is registered and then I have to Pay again to add more...
Pretty much this is what I need help with: Setting up a router that runs of the existing ethernet in the flat. Changing that router's WAN MAC to the MAC address of my laptop so I don't have to pay for more codes. Then making sure other devices connected to that router are able to connect to the internet.
Discuss how this could be done, also bonus if there's a way to do it using a BT Home Hub 3 because i already own one.
Because I need to enter a code into a webpage that show's up when you originally connect to the wifi. This doesn't show up however because it's a router. This is why i want to change it's WAN MAC so I can bypass the whole enter a passcode phase
Is musk /our guy/?
I'll bet you my chicken tendies you can't find a language better than forth.
if natalia were a language she would be forth
Powerline adapter general.
What kind of network data transfer speeds do you get? My NAS will be across the house in an unused room and I debating if I should just have it next to my work desk for faster access.
i had the previous gen of that pic, and it worked fine. got 100% of the speeds that we were paying for. several times a week though, it would randomly stop working, and i had to unplug my end for at least 5 seconds, and then it would work again. not sure if that was just the house, or something endemic to the technology.
get wired ethernet if you can.
i have a galaxy s4 stuck in a bootloop. i mistakenly removed the "touchwiz" launcher after rooting the phone. a factory reset does not work and i tried flashing with odin which failed but caused the bootloop as soon as the battery is inserted.....can someone please help
Is 750/750 TI suitable for medium-heavy vidya? By the I mean I don't want/need full graphics settings, but at least not something as bad as my current GTX 420.
A 750 was a great price/performance card for it's time. It's time has passed. If you want 750 level performance, buy a 1030.
Don't buy outdated hardware just because of the reputation it once had. The industry moves on. Old stuff is only worth it if you need it for specific compatibility reasons or if it's heavily discounted.
Thoughts on launchpads?
If you want to start programming micro controllers go with chink arduino boards.
Should I sell my S8 for a One plus Five?
Dash Charging and 8GB of ram really sell me.
Is there a difference between C and Turbo C?
anyone running linux on skylake/kabylake got hardware video acceleration working on VP9 youtube videos?
my CPU utilization (i5-7200U) is like 70-80% when playing back 4k youtube video, it should be < 10%
same shit happens in standalone video players (vlc, mpv, mplayer)
Is it safe to leave my laptop charger plugged in to my laptop at all times, /g/? When at work, I have to use a laptop and I keep it plugged in just so I don't have to worry about the battery dying and what not but my co-workers are constantly telling me it's bad for the computer
Ive gotten into bitcoin trading on bitfinnex but the piece of shit wont track my positions. Any suggestions for doing so?
I have Xiaomi Mi4 and it's literaly like Dacia 500, why?
Xiaomi was beautiful, nice, great, amazing, have good spec for low price, good battery, nice LCD, ultra-fast like the best on the market.
Dacia 500, best city car, small, take 4 persons, takes 4,5 petrol per 100km, very economic, cheap, nice, great.
So where's the bait?
Xiaomi don't have original spare parts, when you broke LCD, official service can replace you LCD for the price of 3 screens, and it will have an yellow tint, bad touch recognition on the edges, 3 light for the buttons under the screen aren't transparent so they will no shine anymore.
Also don't know if this is related to screen, but when I surf the net I got notifications about high temperature 40*C, year ago when I play 3d game like Chinatown Wars it never overheated.
Dacia 500 also was great when it's new, but when something will break, you can't buy new spare parts, because factory din't make them, so you can get only parts from another used cars. And it will broke again soon, making this car impossible to maintain.
Don't understand how Xiaomi can drop in quality so fast, what's worst than "Made in China"?
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dacia_Lăstun ... Neat, a Romanian car.
That's pretty good for a... LOL, never mind it's a 0.5L two cylinder engine making 22hp. I wonder how much better it would become if they applied Ford's "Eco-Boost" technology to it.
Question, would you want King Michael to reestablish the Monarchy rule over Romania again, or is the system in place now doing ok?