Hey /g/ - what does it say on the screen?
Google Goggles have no idea
It's a dashboard cam
>use 1440P (25") for 2 months
>try 1080P (24") again
>extremely fuzzy text and everything is so FUCKING HUGE
why the fuck are you faggots still on 1080P it's outdated crap
Is this display just a meme? Are there better options for G-Sync displays at the same price range?
I don't really care about 144Hz.
Thoughts on Pebble? And their Pebble Watch'? I'm specifically picking up Time Round and think it is the better choice compared to the other Smart Watches, because of design, ease of use, and value. I was contemplating over Moto 360 2nd gen or Samsung Gear S2, but they are twice as expensive and only the Gear S2 has an attractive UI and useability. It sounds great on paper, but it isn't as useful on an Android phone rather then a Samsung phone.
Also what do you guys think of Pebble Time 2?
Fuck off. There are situations I'll need a Smart Watch over using a Smart Phone in a professional environment. Like at a meeting glancing at the watch instead of pulling up the phone. Or when I'm video chatting with someone I don't need to have my phone ring randomly in my face. Also keeping track of social media for my job is something I have to keep on thinking of. Also emergency messages are another can of worms.
>there are situations I'll need a Smart Watch over using a Smart Phone in a professional environment. Like at a meeting glancing at the watch instead of pulling up the phone
I cannot use my phone to check social media but i can gladly play with my watch
Now all we need is Apple to introduce the "iShitter" in India and that country is good to go.
The windows 10 update just fucked up my Photoshop CS6.
No shape dynamics and it's laggy.
I have z400 workstation right now with xeon w3520 and r7 360 2gb gpu and I am anout to ubgrade. Pic related.
How bad is sunlight for monitors? Is pic related too much over the course of about 3 hours a day?
>I just luv da feel of da pedal under muh feet
>Da roar of da engine, da pure power
>Dey will never take my manual car
>I'm one of the good drivers
"Good, responsible" drivers, your time is over. You WILL be riding in autonomous vehicles in the near future.
And no, you are not a better driver than an autonomous car.
The day these things take over is the day I become a full time cyclcist.
I could ride as I like and none of those auto-cucks can do anything to stop. They wont even be able to stop or tear their setbelt off because they are locked in for the trip.
Forced to watch my ass as I ride slowly in front of them making them late for work.
Looking for budget earbuds.
kz edr2, or should I bump it up to the rock zircons?
i made some improvements to my cpu
i did this too, it really helps
makes the cpu consume less power and generate less heat
a mistake some people make is forgetting to ground their cpu cooler though, if you don't it won't work
What is your estimate for the emergence of artificial general intelligence (AGI)?
I say 2035
I imagine the recent breakthroughs by that University in Spain together with Google, in quantum computers, will have something to do with it. Quantum computers will become really good at powering deep learning by cca 2025
There will be improvements in algorithms by DeepMind, as they are making quasi-general intelligence that plays different video games without any foreknowledge of the game
What's your estimate?
Hopefully never, AI is heresy, it will be the end of Mankind as we know it.
T-this is bad, right?
One week in, I did a full surface test and it was fine, now I'm writing actual files to it and after two terabytes I got this.
Fucking returning this thing gonna be a pain, shit.
One pass test wasn't enough. 10 pass tests from now on.
Also inb4 segate, I know, but it was cheapest per terabyte per year of warranty, so fuck it.
I only ever use disks in raid 1 anyway.
Okay, it's a 1na17z.
Holy shit, I've never seen a disk this bad before in my life.
Junior JS developer here, been working on frontend using ES6, Backbone & Marionette.
Wanna start with nodejs backend to become fullstack, any idea where to start? Also want to improve my FE skills, where to follow the latest trends?