I've obtained pic related. It's an ancient drawing tablet rocking a 1Ghz CPU and I upgraded the ram to 1gb. The disk is fucked though and I don't have a replacement yet. Do you think it could be worth it to resurrect this thing to start drawfagging for free? The pen seems to work well but due to the disk issue I can't install anything before it hangs. I wanted to try some old photoshop version but the disk is totally fucked and it keeps hanging and bluescreening.
What do you think? Can you drawfag on such a device or should I just say fuck it and buy a drawing tablet from this decade ?
>not a phablet
Planned obsolescence can suck it, never letting my Moto X die
My girlfriend is on her third Moto X. Her insurance still covers new ones.
Also >>55455212 is completely right. The battery life is utter garbage as is the brightness. She's always hogging my fucking USB cords to charge the damn thing.
Brightness levels actually did piss me off, for anyone wondering the damn thing is still bright at lowest levels. A custom ROM and some tuning can get you a good 4 hours or so, as well as dim the screen. It's a workaround, but this is the alternative thanks to Lenovo:
So is this shit a meme or an actually good phone?
I can't trust anything posted here anymore because of the insane amount of shilling happening.
Pic related. It seems the least botnet email provider around apart from self hosted ones
Their code is open-source and they're hosted in Switzerland, so I see no reason why there would be backdoors.
Tutanota is great too, it's cheaper and I think Protonmail is still ahead of this (because they've got more money).
Does this concern you?
GTX 1060 6GB $249
Released July 19th
- 15% faster than 480
- 30W more power efficient than 480
What the fuck is wrong with this spammer in every single thread?
Poo in loo maymay has never annoyed me that much before. He spams it in every single thread and reply to every post
>repetitive behaviors often seen with autism
>got the rpi 3
>cool ill install raspbian on it
>pull out laptop because of the sd card
>boot up ubuntu 16.04 because this is technology.. or so im told
>takes nearly 1 hour because of w-lan
>look for installationguide on linux
>it contains 698 words and 3747 characters
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Wait, so you come to /g/ to admit you're a tech illiterate, and then you imply people who DO know how to use their personal computers are the ones doing it wrong? You are either a very bad troll or you mistook this site for reddit. Either way, you should probably leave.
What is this thing?
Cradle for a 6630, front mount camera for video calling
Whats the best way to record PS4 gameplay then get it onto your pc/mac to edit?
What the fuck, Jim?
not knowing anything about OBS or DirectShow, I don't even think this would be hard. Somewhere along the line, you're likely just taking bitmap data from one buffer and shoving it in another.
Hey /v/, I made a game in C++(source included), here is the link
Tell me what you think.
What is the best way to store and tag my porn /g/? I was thinking ownCloud but idk if its that great.
I know its been done before buuuuut!
Lets write a program together /g/!
One line per post, using python 3.5.
Hi /g/, newfag here.
I want to get into programming, and I've decided that I want to start with Python due to how easy it seems to be to see progress (more things seems to be done for you automatically, not as strict). I feel as if I start with a low level language I would get discouraged.
So question is, does anyone have any good introduction to Python or have any good programming curriculum?
Any contribution to the thread is highly appreciated. (picture not related)
There's a million places if you want to learn Python and are suitable for beginners.
If you've never programmed before, you should look for codecademy. It's a little lame yeah but there's a good intro for Python there and a decent support forum.
You can look for tutorials point too if you want some references and are doing things by yourself.
The docs for Python are great for references on methods, classes and available libraries, you should check them out after learning some basic notions of the language.
Currently studying a math and physics oriented major so I think that I should be OK.
I checked out Code Academy but it felt as if you didn't really learn how everything works but just the outer layer/syntax. It didn't explain the thinking progress or anything really, mostly just the syntax.
I don't know fully though as I just checked out CodeAcademy pretty quickly.