hello /g/, id like to use one of my recently purchased domains as a file/image host for anons and other people to use alike. but i dont know what the hell im doing, this is my main board so i know this is really consumer technology, but is there anyone that could discuss web technology with me?
pic unrelated, new laptop all i have is wallpapers
>but i dont know what the hell im doing
And you want to host images for anons? I know what you're doing: practically begging to go to prison for hosting CP. Your idea will literally ruin your life in less than 24 hours.
What, in the long term, is the most important work being done in computing right now? What should highly talented programmers work on to have the greatest impact on computing right now?
I'd say it's the two sides of the crypto coin: "quantum computing" and robust cryptographic methods.
I'd say machine learning and all that garbage too but the work being done RIGHT NOW is not particularly impactful imo.
/g/ has to admit this is a good product.
Well, I refuse to admit anything, so your ``complete /g/ admission'' will never happen.
just got my university macbook returned within an hour of losing it. can some elite hacker vir/g/in here tell me if the dude could have added some malicious shit to it while it was in log-off mode? Dude was pretty chill but I just want to make sure.
Is it worth upgrading 3770K to a newer CPU for gaming? I plan on getting a new GPU soon and don't want it to be bottlenecked by anything else in my setup (2000MHz, DDR3).
It's OC'ed to 4.4GHz and I'll probably be getting a GTX 1070 or AMD equavilent (when they're announced) in the next few months and upgrading my monitor to a 1440p one.
Okay, for all of you network engineers/specialists, I'm new to networking and I'm a bit confused. What's the point of a patch panel, why not just use a switch or a router? And why even use a switch, when you can just use a router? It's my understanding that a router connects networks to other networks, like a home network to the web, and that a switch connects computers together, but nowdays don't most modern routers have switching capabilities? Also, correct me if I'm wrong but shouldn't a network configuration go Modem>router>switch>patch...
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All of those questions, particularly "why use switches instead of routers?" are Googleable. I know because I looked up that exact question on Google back when I was a college freshman. Try a little OP.
>Looking for a network admin job
>Look at a bunch of postings
>All of them ask for CAD proficiency
>None of them are involved in construction
the thing that triggers me most about this picture is that it's not even a quality paintjob
sure i mean he ruined a kar98k but he didnt even ruin it properly
its like he went down to walmart, picked the first can of blue paint off the shelf and went to town
if you want to ruin a gun, at least do it correctly like pic related and use a proper paint, finish, and technique
> still using HDD's because they are more "reliable than SSD's" instead because of SSD's still being expensive
> using MBR instead of GPT in general
> using MBR on an SSD which is actually bad for the things
> using a CD drive unironically
Did i get hacked leaving my windows server 2012 pc on for remote connections? Pic related, some weird cmd shit was open and it wasnt me or anyone in my senpai.
Wtf is microtik?
Pic very related.
Out of curiosity, why do people think AMD is cheaper? Electricity in NYC is 35c a kwh, so it's either paying upfront (Intel) or paying later (AMD). Why even bother with AMD if Intel is just as performant, if not better, and cheaper in the long run?
What. The. Actual. Fuck. You are considering that it runs at full-load, reaching the full 225W of TDP (which doesn't means power consumption by itself), 24/7.
Sorry for the greentext, but I'm too dumb to express myself otherwise.
>fucked up my online privacy years ago by not using shit like Ghostery
>fucked up my online privacy by using the same identity everywhere so there is a huge trail everywhere
>google analytics and the sites I used have years and years worth of browsing habits and posts by me
>used the same identity in email and IRC for years
>never used IP address...
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Forgot to mention data scrapers and machine learning. Even if I try to keep my identities separate, that shit will get data mined and will use heuristics to figure out who is who based on metadata and the patterns in how people type out their text.
I'm scared that even all the anonymous stuff I've said on 4chan will get data mined and pinpointed to me someday, based on various heuristics.
What the fuck you can do with a 7" android tablet?
I accidentally bought pic related.
I put mine in my car. Camera serves as a dashcam, GPS saves me from having to drain my phone battery, music or movies if I'm going to be waiting around anywhere for a while. I never get around to it, but you can also get a Bluetooth OBD2 adapter and monitor your car data from the tablet too.
I was wondering if the technology exists where you can send a signal through the earth and measure it from the other side?
well the "sender" is usually just an impact like an explosion or something like pic related for shorter distances.
than you recieve the waves with a seismometer.
What are some fun things to do with it
>tfw gentoo users actually believe their system is better than Arch.