I browse /g/ rarely, dont know how to build shit but I have been looking at the Alienware Alpha i7, Here are its Specs:
>Intel® Core™ i7-4785T Processor Quad-Core (8MB Cache, up to 3.20 GHz)
>Windows 10 64 Bit OS
>Video Card - NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX GPU 2GB GDDR5
>Memory - 8GB Dual Channel DDR3L 1600MHz
>Hard Drive - 1TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s
>Driver - Intel Wireless AC 7265 Driver, DAO
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>tfw you work at apple
Hey /g/ I just purchased a Thinkpad T420s for $190, did I get memed to the moon and back or did I come out okay. Either way I am in love with this thing so far.
what is a good place to store my HHDs while I'm not using them?
==Encrypted Messengers for Android==
I just learned that Signal Private Messenger (recommended by Snowden) was created by a fellow named Moxie Marlinspike.
His real name is Matthew Rosenfeld and he's a Jew. I will not trust my encrypted communications to a fuckin' sneaky Jew.
My question to /g/ is, what's the next best encrypted messenger for Android?
What distro setup fits this /g/
Those are some nice processes you have running there, it would be a shame if something happened to them.
I've been looking to get a new computer chair, /g/. What do you have, and what do you like/not like about it?
Why haven't you joined your local meshnet yet /g/?
>2 years ago
>Minecraft creator Markus Persson isn't sure Facebook is good news for Oculus Rift gaming
Yeah, he fucking called it.
why does everyone on /g/ like the note 4?
>CM development is dead
>most models don't have MM
>old shitty version of touchjizz
FLOSS RDBMS on suicide watch
Trying to implement a method that returns an indented string representation of a normal Tree recursively. Expected output is in the image, any help/suggestions are appreciated.
What is you're opinion on distributed system?
After decades of PC use, it's finally happened. One of my monitors got a scratch on it. Normally I might not be so pissed, but it's on my expensive XB270HU monitor. One is quite small and hardly noticeable, but the one above is much more visible (and if on a black screen, shows up white). Is that visible scratch too deep to fix? What are the best methods you've used to fix scratches? Lay it on me.
CRT monitors with the anti-glare film removed are very hard to scratch. Get one of those.
Really though, open up the monitor and see how deep it is, if its only through the first layer, then you can buy polarizing film from someone like 3M. A-TW is preferred from what I remember. Use a roller to apply it then cut the excess.
Not office, but home. As for how, honestly no fucking clue. At first I thought it was something stuck to the monitor so I went to clean it and that's when I realized it wasn't going away.