Now that the dust has settled, can we all agree that chromebooks are the best cheap laptops?
What would be a good OS for this laptop? Something that wont lag its babby cpu when watching netflix or having more than one tab open in a web browser.
I heard that C Primer Plus 6th edition was a good place to start for someone new, then move on to R&K. What do you guys think about it?
I'm wondering if it is possible to send on wifi dongle other signal than this from wifi. Could I do something like FM radio on 2,4 GHz using wifi dongle? On raspberry pi I found this https://github.com/ChristopheJacquet/PiFmRds
If I can use GPIO Pin without antenna why not use wifi dongle? And how can I learn about ham radio?
Wifi dongles routers and all RF stuff needs to pass FCC inspections.
This means that it cant send any other signal outside 2.4 - 2.2 GHz.
To learn about HAM get in touch with your local radio amateurs (yes you have them) and they will set you straight.
THE FUTURE IS NOW
>there's poorfags 9n this board who don't have a sound card
>They think on board will compete with my $500 card
Why even have a computer if all you have is that shit integrated soundcard?
>he thinks there is going to be a competition with his card going up against strangers from /g/
Can you guys now fuck off with the Opera/Vivaldi shilling?
I remember when rendering this on a desktop was an in pressie feat for a personal computer
Yeah, nowadays it's fucking nothing, even this gargantuan picture just took a few seconds on my laptop and it's downsampled from 7680x5760.
I wanna learn webgl, where do i start from? Three js?
Is Google the only chance we have when it comes to a Linux desktop?
S-Surely hardware companies can get behind a company like Google for an open-source desktop OS that can compete with Windows and OS X, r-right?
Why do you want one? There's already GNU/Linux for desktop use and to compete with Microsoft means having software available to compete with closed source and unrelated programs that just happen to only run on Windows/OSX, which those devs would never do, nor would Google.
The only chance we have when it comes to a Linux desktop is for freetards to stop promoting their shit tier hobby distros and wasting time reinventing the same fucking things 500 times across 500 distros.
What do you guys think of my build? Anyway i could make it cheaper?
What torrent client to use and why? (Windows)
What's a good audio visualizer, /g/?
Let's get a technology cringe thread going
What Internet browser(s) do you use, and how many do you have installed?
I actually use both Firefox and Chromium.
Mostly Firefox. I only switch to Chromium when doing heavy Youtube watching or using google drive, gmail or evernote, for some reason feels faster in chromium.
However I keep coming back to Firefox. I hate the lack of keyword searches in Chromium.