Which IDE do you use for python coding?
You should support VIA or Intel will fuck everybody with their monopoly. Just saying.
Why can't nvidia into DX12?
This is what your $1 phone cable from china looks like
You people actually trust these to not start a fire in your home?
i bought an lg v10
did i make a mistake?
Overall breddy gud. My only gripe with it is the A57 processor is a dual core but if you don't multi-task heavily then it should enough.
What will it take for us to make SteamOS the majority share OS on home desktops?
Is Truecrypt still secure? What are the alternatives?
Unity > OS X
Prove me wrong
Heh, I just noticed this shit is available in my area now.
I already know that shit is stupid for me but still interesting to see it offered here, in a pretty poor area (the average annual income is around 50-60k).
sadly they are the only viable option here, with att only going up to 75 down for $75 a month
crapcast has 150 down for $50 a month
the only other options are 20 down from some local place that can't give more than 10 down of the 20 they offer for $40 a month, or sonic 50 down for $70 a month which is just rebranded att
Study STEM they said...
Are you excited about the new Loongson MIPS64 processor?
It has better integer performance than AMD FX-8320, but costs much much less.
>guy is a multi millionaire
>smarter than you are
>more alpha than you
why are u still using linux, /g/?
Which is better, block HTTP content entirely, or allow HTTPS sites to use it?
(People who are against HTTPS, please, stay out of this thread because I simply don't care about your position. I have already read a lot of your arguments on other thread here, and was not convinced to use HTTP only. Repeating the arguments will not help you on your purpose of convincing me.)
>When does HTTPS Everywhere protect me? When does it not protect me?
>HTTPS Everywhere protects you only when you are using encrypted portions...
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Unfortunately there are still several sites that I use that don't have HTTPS (for example, thingiverse always warns me about http calls) so I can't restrict it without losing functionality on those sites
Mixed content is not safe, but you can use Firefox settings to prevent HTTP content fro being loaded on HTTPS sites.
The question is, do you choose to sacrifice security to make broken sites work, or do you block mixed content, breaking some sites to ensure security?
>The question is, do you choose to sacrifice security to make broken sites work, or do you block mixed content, breaking some sites to ensure security?
Actually I don't choose, I have not installed HTTPS Everywhere yet... I'm planning on what to do after I install.
If you were to buy a GPU now, even while Pascal and Polaris will possibly come this year, what would you buy?
where were you when no more piracy?