Hey /g/, I just coded a PepeClock because I was tired of not having the time available on my second monitor while gayming. Should I upload the source to github or something?
>Not moving your taskbar to the side of your secondary monitor so you can see the time and notifications while gayming
You literally solved a "problem" that doesn't exist by going out of your way to make a clock. Just kill yourself already, Ahmed.
Hey /g/, I just coded a "Hello meme" because I was tired of not having the word "meme" available on my second monitor while gayming. Should I upload the source to github or something?
That wouldn't be a PepeClock then.
a day has 24 hours, a 24 hour clock goes to 23:59 and starts at 0:00, a 12 hr clock goes to 12:59 and then starts from 1:00
12 hr is how you'd count usually
24 hr is how you'd count with a computer (from 0)
>Hey look I've reinvented the wheel!
>Wheels blueprints get your wheel blueprints here!
How about you contribute something useful or join a small project instead of making your own shitware that does things everything else already does all the time.
Actually he is facebook frog. Get it right.
You're right, they've always done this.
But what makes memefrogs different? The difference is that we didn't immediately drop the meme after it got adopted by normies.
In the past this behaviour allowed a constant refreshing of content- memes were developed, got funny, and then were dropped as they got stale and adopted by normies.
But now we have a circular system where normies come here posting old-ass memes and it's just what happens now.
Stop using the facebook frog. If normies use a meme it's dead.
Although because of places like reddit and the normisation of the internet through smartphones and other low-IQ devices, the speed at which memes get stolen by normies has increased significantly.
I think with facebook frog we hit the point where normies were adopting memes faster than they were being created.
>REEE NORMIES TAKING MUH MEMES GET OUT RNORMIES REEEEE
>THIS IS MUH SEKRIT CLUB NO NORM MACDONALDS ALLOWED
it's the clock
it's the standard windows 3.1-era clock once you switch to digital and change the font
On the other hand, does Win 7, 8, or 10 have a standalone digital clock (other than the taskbar one)?
I see the analog clock, but no way to make it digital.