go to the apple store to repair your applel product, see this long ass queue. what will you do.
this is actually a real apple store photo.
/g/ cringe/ylyl/post funny shit
Beat my rig /g/
STOP! No cleaning, take a screenshot
MODS PLEASE JUST BAN THIS FKER. EVERYFKIN DESKTOP THREAD, EVERYFKIN RETARDED THREAD, I ALWAYS SEE THIS DESKTOP
>Where to buy:
>Buyer's template for the unenlightened:
Further reading: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Mechanical_keyboards
Sup niggas. Ordered some blank key caps for this bad boy
If some of the guys out there who are super obsessed with privacy actually have something to hide?
I was reading this thread about FreeBSD and it occurred to me when reading this post
>I need a two tier operating system because security is inversely proportional to the number of bytes/programs/projects/applications on any system, in the same way that household security relates to the number of keys you've handed out. These days it doesn't make sense to connect a fully-bloated system to the internet. I don't accept the risk that I'll be compromised by some port/project/app from some unknown and unvettable entity with much less than my interest at heart.
>Yet - I need to use some of those bloated (unvetted) applications on occasion. I end up with a very bare bones setup, which FreeBSD easily provides, for using the internet, and another system with bells, whistles and bloat, but that doesn't connect to the internet.
My internet is kernel+base+ text-browser | netsurf via framebuffer.
Seems like an awful lot of trouble to go to...
It seems most users don't really care. They definitely don't want to, or know how to go through all that trouble. There are millions of people on the internet everyday, who are you in that sea of people. Better yet, what would catch the attention of observers? A person on an OS that is widely used, or someone connecting through more obscure means?
Stop what you are doing and post your most newly purchased tech item, whatever it is
got one of these last week
Note from Kim: We alerted you to this breaking news on May 4, 2016. We will continue to update you with more information as it becomes available.
A hacker who calls himself "The Collector" is now allegedly behind one of the largest security and email breaches in recent history. According to The Daily Mail, this breach is happening right now and affects almost every single person with an email account, whether you have Gmail, Microsoft Outlook (or Hotmail), Yahoo Mail or many others.
Cybersecurity experts estimate that The Collector has up to 1.7 billion...
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>REMEMBER WHEN I WAS RELEVANT?
He was a cuck before it was cool desu
>remember when TWiT was gonna take over the world
TALOS specs and information has been released.
Completely open and blobless operation right down to the firmware, all of which is customizable.
Are you hype?
/g/ what kind of tech would you have in your house to survive a zombie apocalypse?
What distro should manage the automatic turrets? Imagine if we ran windows on the autocannons, and it pauses for updates as its supposed to be mowing down the undead.
We would be so fucked,
>Windows 10 iso is available for free from Microsoft
>requires activation after 30 days
>unactivated Windows still gets all security updates
>all common features like browsing web, viewing photos and videos, installing programs are unaffected
Any particular reason why I should tell people who want a facebook machine that they need to actually activate the thing?
Can we have a video card thread?
Is Pascal actually going to be good? OR is AMD going to make a comeback?
My 7970 is a piece of shit that keeps crashing no matter what i do and i need a new card.
Prediction: AMD will release Polaris. They'll have great options at every price tier except extremist $800+ flagship/overclock cards. Pascal will have a very slight edge elsewhere and Nvidia will continue their dominance with random vendor-specific features.
Because at this point it's not about who has the faster card, it's about who has the tighter ecosystem control. Here's how fucking invested you can get in with Nvidia:
1. G-SYNC monitor that won't work to it's fullest...
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Got any horror stories surrounding a chink shit purchase? Ever have a fake powerbank go up in flames?
Chink Shit Wiki:
• Someone at Irish Customs sat on Anon's package and crushed it >>54378036 >>54378074 >>54378123 >>54378149 items themselves were fine though >>54378177
• Anon got shafted when buying cutting boards off AliExpress >>54379310 they're ridiculously small >>54379448
• Summer time's a comin, best buy those fake brandname sunglasses sooner than later >>54376112 >>54376305 >>54377865
• The Xiaomi USB fan is great when plugged into a Xiaomi Powerbank >>54383853 when plugged into a laptop not so much because of the angle it bends at
• Anon that requested the "Nidec Servo Gentle Typhoons" with Gearbest >>54345706 >>54365136 returns with results >>54390565
• Anon receives his BM-800 and mic stand/arm >>54385238 >>54385247 provides vocaroo tests without windscreen >>54385263 → with windscreen >>54385436 >>54385589
• Another anon provided his BM-800 tests as well (sorry I missed it in the last thread) >>54397854
• MackBock Pro laptop spotted in chink tablet promotional pictures >>54392319
• Anon gets a dried orange with his package >>54395506
• Anon gets a cute letter from a new eBay seller >>54396146
• KingDian's S280 240GB SSD is currently back on sale over at Gearbest for $54.99 with the 480GB version priced at $113.30
• Anon finds his Rock Zircons uncomfortable on the ears >>54394938
• Anon reviews a eGpu he bought off Gearbest and shows his set-up >>54397894 >>54398561
• Crippled by a motorbike accident anon starts a youtube channel reviewing chink shit. >>54393360
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