I've always wondered, in case you can ask your ISP to give you another public IP address (or just switch ISPs) won't that devalue your current one for future customers?
Since you can theoretically get permabanned from a ton of sites they might've wanted to visit, can the ISP somehow appeal these bans or is that address permanently shittier than the rest he bought?
Is there some legal clause about this in the contract you sign with them?
Yes this can and does happen, and no the ISPs don't do anything about it. But it helps that most respectable sites and other services don't have permabans and no-appeal systems, for precisely this reason.
Was Steve Jobs autistic?
He definitely had features on the spectrum but it seems unlikely since he had little trouble with "abstraction", which is usually not aspies' strong point. I hope he was, otherwise his treatment of others is harder to explain kindly. Otherwise he was just an heartless inconsiderate asshole. However I think his most defining "negative" trait was severe narcism. He's generally acknowledged to have been more of a Narcissist (aka, NPD), who also lack empathy and are often confused with Asperger's.
Windows General thread.
My Windows 10 install started randomly rebooting recently. Yesterday I was in the middle of browsing a webpage and the machine decided to reboot for no reason. It's definitely a W10 issue because I never had the issue in 7 and certainly never in Debian.
What's the deal with random reboots?
>Direct Rendering Manger Kernel Modesetting
Daily reminder that anyone using Arch for "minimalism" or "freedom of choice" is a fucking retard.
STRAIGHT FROM AN ARCH DEV
ARCH SHILLS B T F O
Is the smart watch fad already dying?
Since I can't think of anything original, mine is NSA Honeypot.
Anyone here hate their work? I hate fucking programming, and I hate having to deal with computers and their autistic shit piled on by different developers. I hate that I'm writing this program in Python and not only is there a whole bunch of syntactic sugar that I've never used before (like list comprehensions), but OOP concepts I learned with Java are now thrown out the window as well like getter/setter methods (unless you wan t to go into them with properties). Then there's the autism of learning an IDE or even worse an editor like Vim, whose auto-complete and...
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This is strictly /g/ related since I'm trying to connect with people involved in technology who have similar feelings as me. I'm not asking for advice on fitness or how to enlist (/k/).
Just got myself one of these, only used to watch Netflix and YouTube on an old Samsung TV so far - anything cool it can do that isn't generally advertised?
Best IDE for C on
>just spent $50 to upgrade galaxy s4 to s7 edge
Did I fuck up /g/?
Are there any x86 phones that can dual boot Windows?
I know theres a way for the zenphone 2 but it looks emulated and I don't think it takes full advantage of the hardware.
I would like to try and 3d print a slider/tilt type case with a small bluetooth keyboard/trackpad and use it as an umpc.
>Current computers are faster than super computers from the year 2000
>"Modern" text editors lag hard
Why is this allowed?
Why do the Unices use a forward slash "/" to navigate directory paths and Windows use the backward slash "\"?
i googled your exact post and got what seem to be answers to your question.
what questions did you have after reading them?
don't be a fucking retarded shit. look up stuff on your own.
Because Windows does everything backwards.