>people pay 100$ for a shitty membrane keyboard which has flat keys for some fucking reason
I have one of those, a mech TKL and mech 68%.
I know I'm taking the bait and that your post is a shitpost, but if you want a small wireless keyboard for your mac that one is a good option. Good battery life, great connectivity, normal mac layout.
>People pay $100 dollars for a shitty, pastel colored keyboard with half the functionality missing
What language does /g/ code in?
what do you guys think about Signal? Is it any safe to use or is it just a renamed Messenger?
Which one do you prefer and why?
We are not for-profit!
We are different!
We care about human rights and democracy
>partnership with a man that helped the nazis despite being a kike, made billions of dollars in speculation market and support censorshi
>too much faggotry, doesnt play webms
>too edgy for me, not multi platform
>whats the point runing a skin on top of chrome
>same as vivaldi, also I can install my fucking adblock myself
So, is pic related the last hope we have?
Ok I know this is too basic a question to ask here and I am likely to get mocked at but I must admit first and foremost I have zero skills in computer networking or IT. So please bear with me.
I am however young and looking to make a career in this field. I was already planning to get into this field of cyber security and networking, watching Mr. Robot has only encouraged me more.
What I'm struggling is how to get a start and where to start from. So I'll lay it out - How does one get a skills like the protagonists of the hit show Mr. Robot? How does one get the job that he has? What kind of courses must one take and certificates must one pursue to get to his level?
Thank you in advance for answering.
>How does one get a skills like the protagonists of the hit show Mr. Robot?
By being a fictional character in a world where computers and technology work in a different way than in real life.
Pros & Cons?
Name the top 10 applications you use
Name the top 10 terminal commands you use
Name the top 10 keyboard shortcuts you use
>Name the top 10 applications you use
>Name the top 10 terminal commands you use
>Name the top 10 keyboard shortcuts you use
How about we have a real general, instead of this bullshit?
Do you suppose that there'll be an effective solution for the 2038 problem before we actually get to 2038, or is it going to be completely forgotten until the last minute like Y2K was, and cause massive panic and fear that our futuristic self-flying Teslas and IoT Toasters will all crash?
More importantly, will 4chan actually bother replacing the unix time image name format, or will just count back up to 1970?
>Do you suppose that there'll be an effective solution for the 2038 problem before we actually get to 2038
Yes, unsigned 32-bit or 64-bit timestamps.
>or is it going to be completely forgotten until the last minute like Y2K was, and cause massive panic and fear that our futuristic self-flying Teslas and IoT Toasters will all crash?
I don't know any system where time_t isn't a 64-bit integer.
>tfw heat death and big crunch will happen before 292277026596
Really though, an alarming number of legacy systems are still putting along with 32 bits. UPS, for example, still uses MS-Dos and Windows 95 on some critical infrastructure last I heard.
21 years is a long ways off, but I'm absolutely certain that at least one motherfucker out there is still using punch cards in 2017, which means at least one motherfucker will still be using 32-bit unix time in 2038.
Free of telemetry
more secure than Firefox
Not using proprietary plugins
support for most firefox addons
no webextention garbage
Is Pale Moon the perfect browser(except for Furry developer) ?
just nvidia and amd things
How many bogomips does your PC/Workstation have /g/?
>he still uses YouTube
Forgot time-stamp, but fuck it.
Mandatory august computer technician underpants suit. I'm qualified.
Look at the size of my screwdriver you pricks.