So /g/ explain yourself: if population is rising and human jobs are getting obsolete by technological advancements at the fastest rates in history, what will happen to the stupid peoples?
Will there be any incentive to produce stuff for the stupid peoples if they're flat out broke and useless?
What will freaking happen to billions of peoples when there will be complete automated lines of production/building?
A penny for your thought?!
The Future of Work doc:
Why are the new GPUs so expensive?
Nvidia announced the 1070 would start at 379, 449 for founders
AMD announced rx480 would be 229 for 4gb
But a quick look on Amazon shows me 500+ for a 1070, and close to 300 for a rx480.
Where can I buy a 449 usd gtx 1070 or a 229 usd rx480?
>legal Win10 was already installed on my computer
>woke up to this
What the fuck Microsoft?
What does g think about paying for using a media server like plex?
Not only you have to deal with getting the contents (buying or pirating) for the server
Now you have to pay for the "media server service" it why is People exited for this?
Really enjoying my Ubuntu USER EXPRIENCE at the moment.
It's THE BEST
This one is simple.
Show me your mouse cursors.
this, got used to it since win xp, cant use a normal one now.
>look to switch to linux
>look at compatibility of my applications in WINE
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Why are there no good browsers?
Chrome's a botnet, but Firefox is shit. Webkit's fast as fuck, and nothing else seems to be able to compare, but Chromium is missing features (and may still be botnet), and Vivaldi's a joke.
The open source ones like Midori or Epiphany don't have plugins, so they're also useless.
Why is she so prefect, bros?
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>Used machines are plentiful and cheap.
>Excellent keyboards - tactile feel and quiet.
>Great durability: chassis uses a magnesium rollcage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels.
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models.
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop.
>Easy to repair, upgrade and maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model. Spare parts are easy and cheap to obtain.
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/g/ proven wrong yet again
> A Florida man is in big trouble for using a cell phone jammer while driving on the highway.
>60-year-old Jason Humphreys admitted to police he’d used the device on his daily commute for roughly two years because he didn’t want drivers around him talking on their cell phones.
why was he always right?
Do you put stickers on your laptop, anon?
What's your opinion on Chromebooks?