Anyone here have an old server running and want to make some money with it?
I'm doing particle simulations with Blender and need to render some data sets that will take from 1 month to 6 months to compute each. I will pay for the electricity cost and a small sum on top of that, paid in full in BTC.
I need at least one core and 2 GB of ram, ideally 4GB of ram. And 10-15 GB of HDD space.
How do you pronounce it?
Is clover os just a meme? I'd like to know more about it. I mean look at this fucking website.
Google is coming
google literally has a whole division dedicated to fighting 4chan.
So, months later we finally can understand what's actually coming inside the new iMac Pro. The numbers were meaningless at the announcement. Base GPU being the 56 with an option for the 64. Seeing as these cards are both very good at raw compute, they should fucking fly through shit like Final Cut.
You know apple is literally run by a sodomite, right?
When you say that you browser is completely uncucked from Google but still have this shit at the settings page.
>Want to code something
>Don't know what or why
Anyone else get the itch to be productive but have nothing to do?
Figure out the best compression method for wikipedia, compress it as far as possible, give it a search utility that can bring up pages on the fly. Make it work on android and ios.
Is it practical to buy a new inexpensive chromebook and then wipe the bios with SeaBIOS in order to run native debian linux or is it still a fiddly hack to run another operating system on it?
I want a lightweight long life battery laptop so I can program outside for hours at a time.
A friend of mine I went to college with had a chromebook that he'd stuck in a small Lenovo case and was running Ubuntu on it. It was a fucking hack job, but it worked alright, so I see no reason that another OS would be a problem.
Is brave really worth using to avoid Google? I heard it's a meme browser. What about firefox? Are the devs really as cucked as people say?
/g/ what's a good android that can be rooted and I can harden the security on it?
> that can be rooted
>harden the security on it
my sides are in the fucking orbit
Out of these 3, who is the best to trust with your information? I like the idea of a personal assistant and I'm not sure which one is the best securing the information I would give it.
inb4 none of them
>Excuse me anon but I don't see your Facebook, Twitter and GitHub profile listed. Why is that?
>Also, why is mobile phone number blank?
Facebook and Twitter are not listed because I don't have one.
Github should be listed in personal projects.
Mobile phone section is left blank because it's the same as the home phone number. I don't like writing things twice.
Snapchat's latest update has made it unusable on Android phones. Regretting not getting an iPhone now?
>Scalping by fellow female workers
>Cannot be alone, or false rape accusations
>Nearly going bankrupt from poor funding allegations
>Getting fired for not holding the same ideology as your boss
>hiring people because they are black or not male
>when you are fired by google, they blacklist you and thus shut down any possibility to be hired in future
When will we agree that neo-liberalism is damaging STEM?
>inb4 - its a private business they can do what they want with their workers
The fact that he was fired only reinforces his point, thus making it more credible.
>inb4 - why should i care
because when meritocracy dies, so does the capacity for competent tech. Imagine a world where GNU is programmed by a mediocre pajeet java developer.
>inb4 - go away /pol/
I'm not /pol/. Go away /lefty/
>inb4 - this thread is irrelevant to the board
Not really considering that it has to do with the computer tech and science industry as a whole, and the effect that having a heavy left-leaning bias will have on on the industry, its workers, and its future.
>When will we agree
never, people will never agree on anything, that's the point of a democratic discussion
Unless the topic is that OP sucks dicks, which most of can agree except you, OP