/g/entlemen, a question for you.
I wanna buy a new laptop, this are my needs:
- long lasting battery
- nokia's 3310 like durability
- powerful enough to play dwarf fortress (more power for more dwarf/fps the better)
Money is no obstacle, what I should buy?
A dell xps?
Wait for the new macbook pro (and put window 7 in it)
I recommend macbook retina "12 2015 with 1 usb-c port.
You will also want a wireless usb storage device for your cp, and an iphone to protect your underaged snapchat conversations from the prying eyes of the FBI.
Nominate the best options for sharing files on the web.
General file: ?
Points awarded for simplicity, speediness of website, nice UI, allows for deletion, automatic link shortener, embeded viewing, privacy-conscious.
What the most /g/ approved mouse and keyboard?
>he uses proprietary GPU drivers
Care to see into the future? Post predictions.
Ausfags, 80$ android tablet from woolies. Might be worth checking out
>not even a model number on the box, just generic chink style SUPER ADVANCED ANDROID TABLET
What happens if you feed a bunch of source code (like say, github's database) to a neural net and have it try to generate some novel programs?
someone did something kind of similar - a parser that identified common ways of doing various things in Ruby (based on a bunch of public repositories) that worked as an interactive IDE sort of thing
I am trying to work out if it's worth the effort. I have 4 PCs at our home which I can use.
Do you think it can generate enough income to even cover the energy cost?
What if I was only minig when I am using the PC anyway?
Also, would each PC need it's own wallet?
Whats the point of using VPN except for getting bigger latency ?
It is really useful for getting access to networks you don't want to expose over the internet.
This makes it easy to get access to your local NAS or printer or fridge without being on the network.
You can also use it to mask your location.
Eg you want to make a phone call to another person.
You can set up a phone server on your computer at home, using a vpn from your phone to get access to it and make the call to someone.
Now it will always be a call from your home to that person rather than directly from your phone.
I need to pull up the recording of my work's cameras. I know they record the last 24 hours. Any ideas? I've tried using the TV they're hooked up to, but they're garbage. Can I pull it up on a computer?
Device name is EDVR, QSEE is the software I'm guessing.
Someone stole a chair from the computer lounge. Not a huge deal but I'm a little pissed and want to know who. I know I won't be blamed, but it was my shift. I'm the only one here.
I can bring up some of the recordings on the TV, but the time notes don't make sense, half the cameras are blank screens, and it's super slow to respond. If I could get it on the computer, I could sift through it better.
What's the point of learning all of this technical and theoretical knowledge if I can't even talk to a girl?
Because I find some of them attractive
Why does Google can find me by geolocation even when I use VPN?
Async Compute Only Boosted HITMAN’s Performance By 5-10% on AMD cards; Devs Say It’s “Super Hard” to Tune
This is what happen when Nvidia has +80% of dedicated gpu market...
>forecast calls for hot weather tomorrow, nvidia likely the cause. definitely not our extremely hot gpus.
Can I put an image instead of a solid color?
>im so stupid and ignorant so i can't help op so I better insult him