You know it!
So I have a nexus 5 and its about time I get a new phone. I have been looking at a few phones some being nexus 6p, lg g4, Samsung galaxy s6 and edge, and perhaps an iPhone 6s. Got any suggestions?
this stupid faggot OP is using a nexus
googles version of the iphone
proprietary faggotry, no SD and non removable battery since the first nexus.
it's shit and he's a stupid faggot who's clearly here to shill.
Hey I got this case in at work.. It has no name
ITT: WI-FI NAME SUGGESTIONS
>/g/ says linux is greatest.
>Has no idea why.
>Trusts /g/ indefinitely.
Any Linux OS's that you all could recommend to a beginner user?
I have been invited to buy a OnePlus X, but I just read it doesn't support the main LTE band for AT&T of which I am a wireless customer.
Can this be updated by OnePlus via software, or should I just avoid the phone altogether?
Is the FK2 actually good?
If you have tried one, how big is your hand and how did it fit?
How is Nvidia going to compete with the 380X? There will be no reason to get a 970 or 960 now, unless you're poor enough that 50 bucks is enough to consider the 960 over it.
Can we sue Google for unpaid wages because of this new capcha? Since we're effectively doing a job function by creating tags and identifying objects? This directly impacts googles business and revenue and I fee shafted not getting paid for my work.
any good, safe windows 7 torrents out there?
Just installed Botnet 10 on my GFs computer as per her wishes. I don't know much about Windows. Which free antivirus should I put on it? Avira, ESET NOD32, something else? Thanks.
So I started collecting laserdiscs about a year ago, and since then have amassed a collection of over 200 discs. I feel good about the investment (only paid an average of $1 per disc) but my only worry about the future of keeping the alive is the simple fact that the players are all going to become extinct (they are already basically endangered thanks to ebay).
So /g/, tell me if this idea is out of the bounds of reason for something that could actually sell and/or revive physical media.
Bring back the laserdisc format. I think one of the biggest reasons people aren't investing in physical media over over digital these days is because the packaging for dvds and blu-rays don't seem worth the investment over the convenience of downloading a digital copy. Another problem with blu-ray is that people are beginning to realize that it is not the definitive format to last into the distant future like people thought when it first came out. So why doesn't the industry make one last ditch effort to sell a definitive physical media that will last at least two to three decades into the future?
I honestly think that physical aspect of the laserdiscs could make this possible. Think about it, you have 12" of surface space, two sides to double the maximum capacity, a durable and well made disc resistant to dirt and scratches. You've got packaging that is even better than vinyl (you might scoff at this, but i guarantee people would buy them on this fact alone). It could be very easily marketable, and make the new players not only play the old laserdisc formats CLV and CAV (upscaled) but also a new "HDV" format:
*200-400GB per side
*lossless audio w/ LPCM, dolby true hd and dts-hd
*limitless number of digital audio tracks
Does anyone think this idea makes any sense? Would you feel better investing your money in something that is bigger, better and will last longer physically and in the media market?
Could be a competitor for Blu-ray Ultra HD but what wouldn't, it's dead in the water already.
Whether or not it's do-able with a cost-effective advantage over simply making another small disc format is another story.
Nobody really cares about dinosaur physical formats except for collectors.
If you can get imperceivably similar quality from a digital download, then why wouldn't you?
Anyways, your idea will never happen, because nowadays every physical media format requires some form of DRM, from Audio CDs to Blurays.
You also have a bunch of dinosaur codecs implemented into the standard. Sure, weebs will use it, but they're immediately going to change it out for FLAC or whatever the hell is in vogue.
First off not sure if this should go here. But currently how do we build CPUs and "program" them. Also if some nuclear war was to happen (think fallout 4) how would we rebuild computers? My understanding is basically every part of modern day computers is built essentially by another computer because the tolerances are so small.
So if technology took a poop worldwide how would be get back to where we were?
>So if technology took a poop worldwide how would be get back to where we were?
Google says "slowly".