I now have a wireless keyboard mouse and headset and couldn't be happier. Why do people still insist on using outdated wires that will eventually break in 2 years time?
Old thread: >>51825909
What do you prefer: Functional, Procedural, or Object-Oriented?
Which type of Object-Orientation (Simula-67-derived School or Smalltalk School) do you prefer? Which type of Functional (Pure or Impure) do you prefer?
What are you working on, /g/?
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what do you do with your case stickers /g/?
ONTOP of the cpu? are you insane? Those stickers are specially made to keep the dust out from UNDER THEM. You are supposed to prick the pins through them so that the dust wont collect inside the cpu. How did you not know this?
Hey /g/, what would you say is a good solution for a low power home server?
>host my email IMAP and Roundcube
>Owncloud just for my personal files, calendar and contacts
>about 1000 What.cd Torrents
You think a single board computer like the Raspberry Pi is enough or will I regret it?
Speccy thread, I want to get off AT&T's wild ride edition.
>not one good ISP in all of San Antonio
Anyone have the iso? Both links don't work.
Ye olde thread >>51818057
Post your simple/small/stupid questions here
DO NOT BUMP, You are NOT entitled to an answer.
take at least 10 seconds to google first
read the sticky before posting >>39894014 → →
Redirect or ignore anybody asking stupid questions outside this thread.
Use >>>/g/sqt as a link to find the sqt threa
Is there any reason why any mounting software I use doesn't show my usb? I've tried rufus as well, there is nothing.
I'm trying to make the usb bootable so I can reinstall windows 7 since I somehow killed it when I was setting up dual boot. Debian by the way.
Should I buy Intel Pentium G3250 or AMD X2 370K
>copying math formulas over & over while away from laptop
>see monitor suddenly light up via the mirror
Err...is my mouse just really sensitive, or is this an example of the NSA using a backdoor to take screenshots of what I'm doing?
Older thread >>51817606 nearly reached the bump limit
>can actually program
>has a gf/wife and a family to feed
What's your excuse, /g/?
What do you guys think about the new Chromebook Pixel? I was considering buying the new Pixel and an SD card, so I can run Linux etc.
I can buy the new one for about $800 after tax. Also considering buying an iPad Pro for $700 as well. Yes, I know it seems like shit but I want to read books etc. I need it for biology, and I can buy it for a lot cheaper than other people pay for it.
Low storage capacity; but I get 1TB of Google storage and I can just use the card reader? I can't find another laptop in this price range with a great screen, and a great build quality. Any suggestions?
Is Western Digital still the best for hard drives?
Or should I switch to something new for my upgrade?
why does windows still use ntfs? can't they use a better file system?
I'm a programmer working sixty hours a week, and I'm considering taking a vacation where I use absolutely no technology at all. I'm sick of sitting behind a computer screen for most of the week. Do you think a bit of time off will help me out?
This isn't just working with technology, it's any job.
If the same old routine is getting you down then you need to take a vacation. If that doesn't help, then you need to talk with your employer about the prospects of a raise or a promotion. If that fails, you need to see if you can find another job with increased responsibility. You're human, you want to feel that you're making progress.