How do I pronounce "GNU"?
what was unclear when you looked it up yourself?
how do websites quickly and effectively prevent bots from acting on them and manipulating data?
>inb4 they dont
does this look like ISP throttling?
sup /g/! What program do you recommend for combining/merging mp4 files WITHOUT losing video quality.
I have tried a few but they always compress my 300mb files to like 80mb...
Implement this function hard but doable
bool halt(Program p, Input i);
how do you get urine out of a braided headphone cable? asking for a friend
General thread for everything tube related, in good and in bad.
>inb4 power hungry
Pick uhhhh one and go >>>/fit/ ?
Also what do you think of this https://www.cnet.com/products/compaq-mv740-crt-monitor-17-153724001/specs/
I'm eyeing one on a local thrift store for 5£
Should I /g/?
I want to learn programming, specifically for cybersecurity and network development. Where should I start, and what's accessible to poorfags?
Why doesn't Samsung make their own mobile OS? They already have the best phone on the market, they produce the most critical components of their phones... they basically have far better hardware than anyone on the market, so what's the point of sticking with android?
What's the best way to clean windows rot anons ? Aside msconfig
>Six trade and marketing organizations this morning published an open letter to Apple asking the company to "rethink" plans to launch new versions of Safari in iOS and macOS that block cross-site tracking, and this afternoon, Apple offered up a response, which was shared by The Loop.
>According to Apple, ad tracking companies are essentially able to recreate a person's web browsing history using cross site tracking techniques sans permission, something it's aiming to stop.
>"Apple believes that people have a right to privacy - Safari was the first browser to block third party cookies by default and Intelligent Tracking Prevention is a more advanced method for protecting user privacy," Apple said in a statement provided to The Loop.
>"Ad tracking technology has become so pervasive that it is possible for ad tracking companies to recreate the majority of a person's web browsing history. This information is collected without permission and is used for ad re-targeting, which is how ads follow people around the Internet. The new Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature detects and eliminates cookies and other data used for this cross-site tracking, which means it helps keep a person's browsing private. The feature does not block ads or interfere with legitimate tracking on the sites that people actually click on and visit. Cookies for sites that you interact with function as designed, and ads placed by web publishers will appear normally."
In both macOS High Sierra and iOS 11, the Safari web browser is gaining new privacy features to prevent companies from tracking customer web browsing habits across websites. "The success of the web as a platform relies on user trust," Apple says on the WebKit blog. "Many users feel that trust is broken when they are being tracked and privacy-sensitive data about their web activity is acquired for purposes that they never agreed to."
Why the fuck are there rumors about a possible GTX 1070 Ti? Why in the world would Nvidia make a card in between the 1070 and 1080? I mean, the gap between those two isn't THAT significant.
I had an old sd card and i took of the plastic case and cut to pieces with scissors. And then burned them with fire twice, but the pieces didn't melt away. Should i do anyhthing more for data safety?
>smarphones have the computational power of a low end desktop IN YOUR POCKET
Question, why do smartphones, despite having enough computational power, don't actually have any interface to DO COMPUTATIONAL WORK on? They're just media delivery devices.
My smartphone can do real time 3D rendering, encrypt data, compile programs, and basically do anything, BUT THERE IS NO FUCKING INTERFACE TO DO ANY OF IT. You can't fucking type on a smartphone, and there isn't even basic fucking I/O functionality outside of wireless communication.
I can't even plug a dongle into my phone to program hardware with it, I can't use it to send RFID signals to open my car door, I can't use it to interface with any other device outside of sending selfies. I can't use it as a portable DAC despite it having such functionality, I can't use it to create content, I can't replace my heavy, obsolete digital effects pedal/mixers and plug my guitar into it because the thing doesn't have fucking analog inputs.
It has more computational power than my desktop had ten years ago, yet I can't do anything with it, all I can do is render emojis at 1080p. And you know what? It's not even about size. No portable devices have any productive functionality. Not tablets, not even laptops. They're just fucking tracking and blue pill dispensing devices.
WHERE IS THE FUTURE WE WERE PROMISED?
Fuck you, a smartphone is the perfect form factor for an RFID card with the added benefit of two factor authentication and added security in that the device can use its own power to send signals, so your data can't be jacked by an RFID receiver.
Yet nobody has done it.
I know we've had this thread a thousand times, but can we get a consensus on the best, non-botnet, browser? Brave disappointed me. There has to be something good out there, right?