>log web usage on my router
>also log searches
>my dad literally uses google to search for google
>NASA scientists and engineers use Ubuntu
>half of /g/ can't even use it
what's your excuse smarter people than you use Ubuntu and you don't want to use it?
>but I do complex shit that I can't do on noobuntu
they program robots and space ships with that shit. what do you do?
Of course you can use Ubuntu to interface with a bunch of shit. But Ubuntu is not built to allow for the lever of user interface customization I want. It's possible but I'd have to rip out a bunch of stuff and replace it. Why not start with something that is built for my interests?
>Not Linux for Niggers, the easiest to use distro
Meme or dream?
>India will be a superpower by 2030
>AMD will be a relevant company and not bankrupt by 2016
Really makes you think...
fuck off retard
ranjdeep is based
AMD really is the weeb company
Hey guys, i just got an arduino uno from my parents and started playing around with it, now my brother (who works in some electronics business) brought me a bunch of stuff to build around and i don't really know all of what it is or what i can do with it.
I'd appreciate every bit of information.
>buying poo products
>expecting something that isn't shit
How could you AMD retards be so dumb??
Alright guys! Fizzbuzz time.
Write a program that prints the numbers from 1 to 100. But for multiples of three print “Fizz” instead of the number and for the multiples of five print “Buzz”. For numbers which are multiples of both three and five print “FizzBuzz”. You are not allowed to use if statements/conditionals, loops, or arrays! Good luck!
>You are not allowed to use if statements/conditionals, loops, or arrays!
Is this even possible? I mean, not only explicitly, but without using anything that compiles to the same thing those three compile.
Are integral SSDs good /g/? I haven't seen this model before. Looks quite new on the market and the price is attractive. You can get a 120gb one for £25.
The base price is pretty low but believable, around that of the Adata SP550. The current deals on mymemory though are bringing them down nicely.
I searched for integral P series review and I couldn't find any. Either they're extremely recent or reviewers aren't paying attention to them.
Predictions for the future of technology.
>TB micro sd cards
>Multi TB SSD's
>Android will be dead due to too much fragmentation
>Apple stop making computers and become a cell phone company
>The thinshit non-removable battery meme will collapse
>Pay TV will collapse
>Most everyone will have access to Fiber
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> muh more transistors
Very insightful prediction. Thanks for posting it.
Also, if you had any idea how good RF shit was getting you wouldn't call IoT a meme.
> The thinshit non-removable battery meme will collapse
This is more of a hope. Realistically normies dont give a shit about this sort of thing, so it will probably stay and get even more common
Does any of your technology stuff ever break? Some of my friends often report that their shit that isn't even very old broke like "my hard drive broke", "my laptop broke", "my car broke down"
A lot of my stuff is 7+ years old, literally nothing broke, ever. Motherboard, CPU, Laptop, all fine.
Sometimes I'd actually like stuff to break just so that I can justify finally buying something new. I'm not even super careful with handling it.
Did I just have luck or do people not know how to handle their stuff?
I'm experiencing my first failing component in ~10 years, my power supply seems to be going since I'm getting random complete power losses to my computer that is on a battery backup with no information available in the logs.
How often does your AV pops a warning a site has installed a malware in your PC?
What's the best mp3 player?
Not talking about software, talking about the device
>Pic not related, its shit
this, or a heavily modified (case mod to 6th gen, SD card mod, 3000 mAh battery mod, diyMod, external amplifier) iPod Video 5.5.
cowon and fiio players are also acceptable answers.
With a single 6pin connector
Imagine what a 8pin could do...
>hoping to be lucky enough to get a chip that can be OC'd to 1.5, even then it would require a high end mobo + psu and tons of power draw that would make its power savings gains redundant
>not getting a 6gb 1060 that will perform 10% better than the 480 while using only 100w combined from the mobo + psu
Anyone have any experience with this? I'm gonna be building a computer soon and I'm thinking about adding this too it.
It's over. Nvidia are finished.
>472€ for a 15% improvement in performance