Post cool things you can use Google for.
>OK Google, what song is this?
Hey /g/ is circle thingy keeps showing up on my toolbar every once in a while for like 3 seconds. What is it? I recreated it on photoshop
Sup /g/ just got Comcast installed and noticed my internet is fast as fuck. Ran a speed test and got these results, are they bullshit or is comcast this good?
any other firefox users get this when trying to view a webm?
i think it started happening when i updated
makes no sense
>any other firefox users get this when trying to view a webm?
Yes, but only when I attempt to view the webm in a separate tab.
But I use a script to play videos in mpv instead of within FF. So, the issue isn't all that annoying for me.
Fuck your fucking wire management
Im looking for a reasonably priced gaming mouse.
Comfortability is a very important factor.
Can /g/ help me out?
I've had a deathaddder 2013 for 3 years. Quite comfortable, works fine. Never have been a big of the feel of the mmb but it works fine. If you can get one cheap I'm sure you'll be happy, though I've been told there are some more modern variants that have their own advantages.
Does /g/ practice proper posture?
Just listen for half hour with a pair of these today
This the best wireless speaker on the market right now.
Can even match some 'audiophiles systems at 10/15k" imo
I was blown away
Prove me wrong, but apple decides yesterday to bring these to all the apple store.
1600$ -> 750w (crête)
1900$ -> 3000w (crête)
Are you going in ?
Hey /g/, what software do you use for taking notes in lectures? What's the best?
I used to use notepad/sublime/vim with bash syntax highlighting and then eventually php highlighting, but >>52462766 and inb4 everyone else who says the same thing has a point. Handwriting your shit is almost always more effective.
Ultimately try different stuff and see what works best for you.
Has /g/ ever trolled a windows scammer?
Installed their shitty VNC software through wine. Let them control a Debian w/gnome VM.
Wire sharked the packets, looked up the IP, and it came up on an india ip blacklist, the address of the building was even listed.
I asked the guy how the weather was @ his office building
The guy just got angry over the phone at me, and tried to run some .exe, as soon as the error message came up he hung up the phone, and closed the remote session.
I was watching some defcon talks and had this sudden idea. The idea is that we get some anons on different boards make talks and then I start collecting them. Edit them with intro's. Then I will livestream them so that we can have a shway conference in cyberspace.
Are there anons here that are interested. You just have to make some presentation, then make a screen recording and record your voice. The presentation can be about any subject you want, like for example the dystopian future, NSA and government spying, free software, etc.
I'm thinking of posting...
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I also made this logo already, perhaps could use some improvement
The community is atrocious, that's why I chose to make the logo that way. Also I don't want the conference just about /g/ stuff. I want to get to get talks from all kinds of board like /fit/, /pol/, /lit/, /sci/, /diy/,etc.
Also don't want it to be 4chan specifc the idea came to me when I was over at 8chn, and perhaps will also post on some other chans to get a broad amount of content.
My hard drive is packed with thousands of PDF files. They range in size from about one megabyte to a few hundred MBs.
My problem is being able to locate any particular file by name or subject, due to the vast number of files. The file names
are nonsensical, and i plan to rename each file whenever i get the time or ambition.
Does MS Access feature a capability of linking files to a table of file names? My dream is to look at the list and click on
a name, and that will open the file.
Who /stillusingxp/ here?
I can delete thread right after:
For gaming at 2560x1080, shall I get a 390 or 970?
What algorithms look pretty cool when visualised? I need to pick one (or a group of algorithms) for an assignment.