If I want to start as a freelance web designer who makes websites for people or companies, what essential steps should I take now? I'm confused on what websites to use first, what to learn first (html5, java), etc.
Is it normal for my GPU's fans to be going wooo wooo wooo at high load?
Forgive the noob nature of this question. What's the best way to stay anonymous online? VPN, Tor, seven proxies? I understand outlaw groups of various ideologies have Twitter, blogs, facebook and other social media yet remain anonymous. How do they hide the ip, what is even a MAC address? How do I cover my tracks online?
I want a silent pc.
not quiet, because you fucks have different definitions of quiet
>it doesn't bother me!
>I can tolerate it!
FUCK that. I want silent.
fucking how? submerged pc? I saw liquid cooling but you still need fans. I want zero noise.
Practiacally impossible, unless you get some ultra-low power hardware.
Get a passive watercooling radiator, and watercool pretty much everything in your computer.
Get a fanless PSU.
Remove all HDDs and get only SSDs.
You'll pretty much only have the noise of the water pump, but those are typically incredibly quiet.
However, with passive watercooling, your cooling performance isn't going to be super great, you'll have this big-ass radiator outside of your case, and it'll be expensive as fuck.
Why would someone encrypt their drives when they can just physically hide their data? What is wrong from hiding your HDDs in a secure location where no sane human would look? I'm truly wondering, I don't have any data important enough to bother doing something like this, but time and time again people get their encryption keys beaten out of them, but that's of no use if they can't find the drives...
Hi, I'm making an app and am wondering would it got viral if I managed over 100 downloads in the first day? I have friends with big twitters and think I could hit at least a thousand. It's a game like doodle jump or dropple. Would this kind of momentum get it featured?
Are there any figures as to how many downloads will make an app take off? Or do you just throw it out there and hope for the best. I know the first post didn't really make any sense.
>cost to buy windows 10 from microsoft $119
>cost to buy a laptop with windows 10 on it $89
can it not be moved from the cheap computer to a more expensive one and linux put on the cheap computer?
What version of windows 10 is on the laptop?
I know when I got a netbook years ago, it had a dumbed down versiono f windows 7 witha bunch of functions removed.
I COULDN'T EVEN CHANGE THE BACKGROUND. I had to install a third party fix because I didn't want to put a pirate copy of windows on my brand new netbook for fear of driver compatibility issues.
I was less tech literate then
>set up a small media server in my parents living room so they can watch movies and netflix and shit
>WOW WHY AREN'T YOU GOING TO MIT YOU'RE GENIUS
For what purpose?
I know that feeling anon. I choose to completely disregard my parents' opinions, because I'm not going to let that shit warp me. When it comes to tech, they have no idea what they're talking about, whether it's a complement or a criticism.
Actually, scratch that. If I keep at it, I'm going to become the next Bill Gates.
Name something similar to this, but one that actually respect muh privacy
are you trying to be funny? I'm trying get my friends off of this russian botnet
You have two sentences to describe to me your tech startup idea.
Why even use another distro?
F24 out next week.
Because I distro hop like a rich guy and hookers.
can someone tell me why i am getting this error on such a simple line of code?
Hello /g/. I'm interested in learning as much as possible about cryptography.
So far I learned some basic things like Diffie-Hellman or RSA and a little bit about the applications of cryptography (e.g. SSL or blockchains) but I feel like I'm lacking the bigger picture.
What are some good, structured resources you'd recommend on the subject? I'd like to learn about both, the theory and the applications.
This is a rough outline for the build I'm planning. The GPU is a placeholder for a GTX 1070.
Hey /g/ what are some interesting things I can do with this old usb wireless adapter?
(TP-LINK Wireless N300 USB Adapter)