Should i get one 4tb blue drive or 2 2tbs instead
are there problems the higher you go in capacity
Holy crap why is Yurotrash internet so bad?
The entire continental US along with Alaska and Hawaii BTFO most EU countries on average which have much smaller land mass and populations.
Now when you measure up US states with similar populations/land mass, EU gets BTFO yet again :^)
ISPs rarely do upgrade their infrastructure. Most of the average improvement we're seeing lately comes from Google Fiber and Google's campaign to convince cities to set up their own local ISPs.
I need to brainwash myself in order to learn Java for android development. How do I convince myself that it is a good language? Key points why I don't like it:
- Memory whore.
- Syntax retardation.
- Verbose as fuck (hello world in more than three lines is already too much).
Please /g/, make me fall for the meme. Make me a code monkey like the asians.
Almost impossible to like it unless you're indian
My personal moneywhore path was webdev and it's working out alright. A lot of backend dev requires regular programming over markup language devving
- really simple
- has complete library support for anything you could ask for
- it's lightning fast
- complete coverage of any issues by the online community means that you'll never have a problem that isn't on stackoverflow
- arguably the best development toolset
The problem with Java is that it's too comfy. Once you get into it, it hard to get out.
>not buying Cat7 cables to future-proof your home
Why are you such a pleb?
Post recent purchases that you've been delighted with.
Has a poop-ish resolution but completely worth the buy, provided you don't lose the charger.
My 2012 Nexus 7 died a couple of weeks ago. Or, rather, I woke up one day and the screen was cracked for no apparent reason. Bought an LG G Pad 7 (v400) as a replacement. £50, sold as used, was just open box and not used at all. I love when that happens, still had the in-transit screen protector on and everything.
Decent little thing. All I really want in an Android tablet. Mainly use it for reading (Google Play Books) and v light browsing. Also Pokemon Shuffle. Cyanogenmod support is cool, got Marshmallow on it with CM13 which is faster than the stock ROM and allows for adoptable SD storage, which it needs given that it only has 8GB of internal storage. TWRP for this thing is a bit dodgy though. I'm thinking of forgoing adoptable storage and switching back to the stock ROM.
Worst part about it is only 1GB RAM. Constantly killing apps in the background so trying to multitask is not fun. Fine for £50 and light use though. Good battery life too, about 8 hours SOT.
>LG G Pad 7
This thing was buzzing when it came out, rightly so.
Nexus 7 is a worthy successor. 3 years old and still the best android tab in it's size.
If I wanted something bigger I guess I'd get a win tab since I just read news/books, watch yt occasionally and text edit on Android.
>Suprisingly good performance
>Don't run as hot as /g/ says
>4GB of Ram
Is this worth anything?
Where should I stick it?
Hey /g/, I just got an old black iPhone 5 running 9.2.1. Can I jailbreak it? Is there anything cool I can do with it?
Chairs are technology.
Post your computing chair; ask for chair advice; comment on chairs.
Current god chair: The Aeron Chair
>"The Aeron chair is an office chair designed in 1994 by Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf and is featured in the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection."
>"An article in New York magazine called the Aeron "the Dot-Com Throne"
The IKEA Markus; a popular mid-priced chair for those without ~$1000 to spend on the Aeron.
Mesh chairs - popular for avoiding sweaty behinds during your seating session.
All you scientists out there get a load of this. I bet noone can explain this piece of black magic. A tool straight out of a trekkie's wet dreams.
Thats pretty cool but how does it work?
Is it burning the rust away? Why is there no smoke?
Whats its effective range?
Could you, for example, burn a persons skin from 5 foot away? how about 10? 20?
If I understand correctly, it works especially well for cleaning reflective surfaces because the top layer of material to be removed (rust, paint, grime) is significantly more absorbent of the laser radiation than the underlying surface. This causes the material to heat up and vaporize, and the resulting dust gets sucked up into a vacuum on the tip of the cleaner. The handheld units can be as powerful as 1000W, depending on the application.
I have been thinking about doing this.
Would it be a cool project?
Also, general modding thread!
Fuck is this?
What is a free email service I can use for my family that's not PRISM scum?
Don't care, just long as it's endorsed by many (bonus points if overseas).
holy FUCK is this sleek...
bros...BROS.....i think i've found my next phone. the only thing that could change my mind is if you found literally ONE flaw
Honestly, I hate the glass desk meme, and my friend fell into it. How do I convince him otherwise?
Any notebook recommendations?
Looking for a comfy small notebook for shit posting and retro gaming.
Is the stream 11 any good?