Why didn't YOU invent Facebook?
What the fuck were you doing with your time in 2004-2008?
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Not sure what private trackers are all about?
Check out the wiki: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers
What.CD Interview Notes: http://pastebin.com/dWBU7ZXs \ https://www.whatinterviewprep.com/
/ptg/-txt account: https://twitter.com/ptgtxt
If you ask for invites in here, people will report you and staff watch these threads. Several accounts have already been lost due to stupidity in these threads. Don't risk your account for an anon
RIP Pomf.se, data destroyed
3.5 TB data, some 1.4 million files I think.
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>>47737087@neku | FUCK NIOON OASNDASDNOASDNIAKLSD
@neku | THE NAME DIDNT UPDATE ON MY SSH MANAGER AND I RAN A BUNCH OF NOT SO GOOD COMMANDS WHIAOSKJBDLJUASBKÖASD
@neku | askdjlöj32b14
WubTheCaptain | Hm?
@neku | I BUILT THE FUCKKING ARRAY ON THE POMF SERVER INSTEAD OF THE NEW ONE
@neku | HOLY FUCK NO
WubTheCaptain | >This page (https://pomf.se/) is currently offline. However, because the site uses CloudFlare's Always
@neku | ok I didnt format anything so this should be recoverable
What does /g/ think of this?
Will there finally be a good linux distribution for vidya?
>yet another DE
>UI is a complete os x knockoff with little to no improvement
>comes with non-specific "performance optimisations"
>no benchmarks or examples of such optimisations
Home Server thread!
What are you running?
I installed crunchbang on an old netbook and disabled sleep mode so I could use it as a hentai@home server.
It works pretty well.
I'd like to get some samba shares going, but the documentation and tutorials are so obtuse that I'm having a hard time getting off the ground.
How does /g/ feel about the webm format?
Underwear is technology.
What kind of underwear do you wear to maximum programming efficiency.
some spandex like boxer briefs when I workout and some Tommy Hilfiger/Calvin Klein boxer briefs when I'm not. I think some Nike Pro boxer briefs would be good for programming since they dry fast and are breathable
Pizza box shields and tree branches are technology. Does that make Estonia's military technologically advanced?
old one is dying, time for a new one
>Get or expecting anything new?
>Any major changes imminent for your station?
give me criticism, I know desk is dusty as fuck and terrible.
monitor stand coming in a week or so.
I'll join. No new changes to the station, I'm content for right now.
Getting in to some entry level photography and photo editing as something fun to learn.
>Japan has some of the fastest internet connections in the world, but physical media such as books and DVDs still remain popular.
>According to an R.R. Bowker study, 72% of Japanese consumers said they had not tried e-books and did not want to try them.
>“The Japanese do like to have something physical,”
>“Publishers are indifferent to, or even hate, digital things. Mainly because of excessive commitment to traditional print book distribution,”
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Difference of culture. They like to stick with things the way they are. They still have fax machines over there as well if I recall right.
I can't really blame them. I'd say since they're getting higher quality video by not streaming shit, owning their products by buying physical and not buying a license to use, and despite their web design being simpler (and sometimes pure ass) they don't have excessive flashy bullshit. I'd say we're more retarded than they are. Some of our banks...
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Why is technology staying relevant, or useful, longer?
I was going to watch something on my PS3 and it came to mind: in 2015 I'm watching a TV show in HD on an old consumer grade peice of hardware. In 1997 nothing like that would be possible, or useful in a 2006 scenario.
To put it simply: A device made in 2006 is more valuable in 2015 than a device made in 1997 would be in 2006. Why is this?
Anon i'm going to start a company an make my own law,
I'll call it anon's law and It will state that for every doubling of transitors the chip will be twice as large.
I'll make chips the size of planets anon just to keep it going, you wait and see.
What does /g/ think of the Chromebook?
Is it worth $200?
>inb4 kill yourself
>inb4 you're a faggot
> Is it worth $200?
Would say no, there are better tablets and stuff.
But if you're going to use it exclusively for a web browser / email thing, it probably doesn't matter and it might still be a sensible enough choice.
If Android is so great, why are people leaving it droves for iOS?
>"We're seeing a higher rate of people switching to iPhone than we've experienced in previous cycles, and we're off to an exciting start to the June quarter with the launch of Apple Watch," he added.
More people than they were expecting... is Android dying?