I don't know bout you /g/ but for some reason this makes my dick hard.
Realistically pointless but aesthetically its sexy.
Any of you /g/ays done this?
I have a corona v4
Fucking gaymers go back to >>>/v/
Give me your app startup ideas /g/!
Building my first rig and wanted something that was a good balance between performance and price. Opinions?
Why would they go in the middle of a desert to take a pic of some shitty device?
any good antivirus?
If you need a basic class 2 bluetooth 4.0 adapter to connect bluetooth devices to your PC is there any technical reason to not get one of the cheap $1 imports off the internet?
/g/ settle a dispute with your superior knowledge
Nexus 6, Nexus 5x or Nexus 6p?
>tfw pissed off family because I wouldn't give uncle technical support
Fucker wanted me to drive over to his house to help him connect his phone to his computer. Also wanted me to buy phone case for him and he'd "pay me back later". All for no pay at all.
And he has been doing this for years. I've helped this idiot out at least 20 times now and he has never given me a nickel.
And I have no job, and this sort of thing is the only real "skill" I actually have.
They say I should have...
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It didn't occur to you that maybe he's using reasons for you to spend time with him so he reaches out to your only hobby (because you are a neet shutin), computers, because he wants to spend time with his nephew. Autist.
KIM DOTCOM COURT RULING DUE ANY MINUTE
I work as a software engineer but my algorithms knowledge is shaky at best so I'll probably get stuck at this company unless I improve my skills. I want to learn CS properly but pic related is too hard for me. I can understand the general explanations of what each algorithm does and what it's about, but the math is too challenging and I can't really solve the book problems.
So /g/, what math should I study so I can understand the book properly and solve the problems without much trouble?
Do you recommend any other material for study?
>Order "SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 4870"
>Use giant CRT
>2014 buy 1080p 144 Hz LCD
>Games (except city skylines) still run 60 FPS and above at 1080p
>Try to launch Doom Alpha
>Card is too old.
Just ordered the MSI R9 390. Here's to hoping it lasts me seven years.
I was looking at IPS last year before I purchased the LCD. They ether had shitty hz ratings or were bananas expensive. There is never a good time to buy a video card. I'll always be waiting for "next year."
Old thread: >>52001995
What are you working on /g/?
So are these things even worth the price? They look absolutely silly to me and "gamer peripherals" make me laugh, but are these things even comfortable?
Which did you do, /g/? Which should I do? Comp Sci and programmers not invited.