when did it all go wrong, /g/?
When she started buying other companies completely unrelated to Yahoo's core business.
Oh, and Yahoo not having a relevant core business in the first place.
Alibaba money kept it afloat but now funds are low and no one uses or advertises using Yahoo.
If it wasn't her it would have been someone else. The business just isn't viable or relevant anymore.
What program is that in this screen? And what are those white writings in the corner?
It's an hospital computer.
How do you feel Firefags that your browser losing more and more features and Vivaldi gains more and more instead?
A closed source browser which does the job which Firefox as Open Source one still should fulfill but instead it gets into a little Google brother, same look, same function.
But you know, at least you have an Open Source browser, which may be bad like shit, but it is... Open Source.
>battle station threads
Antyhing else that should be added to the list now that desktop threads got hammered?
What books will help you not necessarily become a good programmer in a particular language, but rather a great programmer in general?
What will be the price of Pascal graphics cards?
And the performence for each one.
Is there something like scrum for a two man team?
What are some /gee/ approved Android apps? Like:
gentoomen, how do I restart an app in unix? I am currently running a server that requires a particular process that crashes very often. This gives me the work of having to restart it everytime, manually. I'd like to know if there isn't a script or something that I can run in the background that would automatically restart the app once it crashed.
What technology is about to become extremely popular?
What technology would you like to see become a reality?
Why aren't you using Linux, anon?
Nice, didn't know about Chromium. Thx I'm very interested in all that Cluster Stuff.
Why won't Gentoo/Funtoo fill the void in my life?
What is this /g/?
this is attached to the ceiling.
I mainly want to be sure it's not some sort of listening device.(in a work place so it's meant to be public but still..)
Looks like some sort of alarm my guy. I see a teeny speaker.
I just heard some very sad news on talk radio.
After being neglected by its jackal-faced owner for years, kuro5hin has finally closed down.
At one time it was considered the grown up alternative to slashdot and one of the finest discussion forums of the web. Scoop, the collaborative web technology powering Kuro5hin, was used for a time by several other platforms, most notably Daily Kos.
Sadly the site fell victim to the trolls and started declining in quality after the introduction of the fiction section. It limped along, like the old man of the web, for...
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