How is there not a thread about this?
I actually find this quite sad
Shouldn't the first program you type be named, "Goodbye World" ?
Now that the Raspberry Pi 3 is out I'm thinking of getting one.
What are the most useful/coolest things have you seen someone use it for?
Integrated in a table with Touchscreen on the plate
Feed your cat through it
get the zero and build your own drone
or manage the bathrooms of your office building
seems like you have plenty of time, kiddo. Time, people getting actual work done don't have.
It's happening. The best linux distro meets the best OS
In the near future, I will start providing cloud file storage. In a nutshell: open source, clientside encryption, ZKP, based in Switzerland, no browser access (because crypto in browser=doom, let alone js), etc. So basically, this is a big middle finger to MEGA which can access your data , to SpiderOak which is still proprietary and to Tresorit which is fully proprietary (see their websites and Wikipedia).
And most importantly, yes, I know my shit when it comes to crypto.
The only way to access the online storage will be the official application,...
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>Anon while you were at work I upgraded your graphics card for you :3
>coworker buys s7 edge
>me: "why didn't you root or unlock the bootloader and install an AOSP rom?"
>her: "meh, I don't care"
I'll give you exactly one minute to post three actual legitimately good things about mechanical keyboards?
They're the nerd equivalent of ricing your car.
You can spend as much or as little as you want on a quality keyboard, just like with cars.
If you spend all day at your computer for work or leisure, why wouldn't you buy a good keyboard?
I'm sure you spent more on your computer case, yet you never actually look at it.
What is /g/'s favorite NoSQL database?
How old were you when you realized that Bing is actually much better than Google?
I use the old but gold Banshee
What do you use?
>mfw anon said he didn't use usenet to download his chinese cartoons
>not using a fiber line to download your chinese cartoons
Well /g/, I found this thing today and don't really know what it is. What useless junk have you found lately?
Kinda neat how this is still being produced, despite its obsolescence.
Google seriously thinks G+ can be saved.
Really? Jesus Christ.
So /g/ I have a phone carrier that gives me unlimited LTE for $55 a month, not gonna say who. Problem is LTE could be faster but I can never muster the courage to switch because it's unlimited LTE. Some months I use over 100GB of data despite the slow 4-6 Mbps LTE speeds.
Anyway, what would you rather have for $55 a month, 5GB of LTE at 50 Mbps or unlimited LTE at 4-6 Mbps?