Long story short. I got a phone that I can't use, and can't sell. What should I do with it? It's been completely wiped clean. No pictures, music, texts, calls, anything.
Is there any easy way to install windows 10 for free without the product key of windows 7 or 8 ?
anon> Why are you using Windows 10? Are you OK with Microsoft giving all your info to the NSA?
user> It's OK, I've got nothing to hide.
How do you reply to this /g/ ?
So /g/, is this the definitive best music player?
Can anyone recommend me a 4K 60Hz monitor which:
>Has 1ms response time
>has both HDMI and DisplayPort; and possibly Component/Composite ports
>is at least 27"
>isn't too expensive
Okay /g/, so my school gave me access to Microspy Dreamspark and I have access to legit copies of Windows 7, 8,8.1 and 10 Education.
Since I'll probably need to pirate something, what os should I get for my new pc? Does w10 actually fuck with torrents?
The revolution will not be televised, it's coming right to your phone and your tablet. Welcome to a YouTube built just for music.
AHAHAHAHAAAAA APPLE BUTTBLASTED.
>How We Talk About Diversity at Stack Overflow
"We have a Diversity and Inclusion Panel (DIP) at Stack Overflow — you may have read about it in Donna’s post on Why Stack Overflow is a Good Workplace for Women. It’s a grassroots, employee-driven group with volunteers from different departments with varying levels of seniority. We’ve been working hard to make our company one of the best places to work by ensuring individuals feel welcome, valued and respected."
"The panel was formed when a group of employees noticed that conversations were happening all over the company about diversity, or the lack thereof, both at Stack Overflow and in the tech industry. We wanted to consolidate the discussions and efforts to get everyone on the same page and make a bigger difference. DIP’s Google Group and monthly meetings served this purpose for quite some time before we decided it wasn’t enough. The conversations that we were curating were too valuable to keep to ourselves; the entire company deserved to be part of those conversations if they were interested. We needed to create a comfortable space for everyone at Stack Overflow to be able to engage with each other on diversity issues."
"Roughly once a month, we host a one-hour chat in our company-wide chat room to candidly and respectfully discuss diversity. It’s 100% internal and only for employees who are interested in participating. The chat is structured with 1-3 volunteers, who are arranged ahead of time, starting our discussion by sharing personal experiences related to diversity. Anyone can ask questions, offer support, share their own experiences, or simply observe. We chose our existing chat room because we wanted to meet people where they were already talking and eliminate speaking over each other. It would also allow us to save the conversations as artifacts that employees could read after the fact if they miss the live chat or want to re-absorb the information."
>2 0 1 5
>using the stackoverjew
I feel bad for the non-sjw employees of stack (if there are any), that entire post is just
So, I got my hands on this thing for free.
It's a preassembled asus build, the overpriced ones you find at the mall, but the cpu isn't half bad and I'd like to try and make it better by adding/changing stuff.
It goes without saying, I'd like to change that awful r7 240 and change the whole ram bank into a better 16gb solution.
Any suggestions? What would you add/change? Is the motherboard okay at all?
I tried several distros and I just keep moving from one another. This time I'd actually like to install Slackware. Is it a waste of time?
If you're a total stupid newbie with no prior experience I wouldn't recommend it. But otherwise go for it. It's the most UNIX-y distro in the Linux family and one of the most fun to set up and configure. Good installer too.
I'm neither, I guess. I installed Arch a couple of times but I really didn't have fun with it. At the moment I'm looking for a distro to tinker with as a hobby, not installing a durable system.
Old thread: >>51290277
Repost your picture here and get rated again to feel good about yourself.
old /dpt/: >>51307595
What are you working on /g/?
ebikes are technology. Does anyone here have one?
I'm considering selling my motorcycle to build a nice one. I have an Electra Townie 7D frame I could build on, or I might buy a traditional front suspension 26" mountain bike off Craigslist instead, maybe an old Cannondale or something. I have a road bike as well but don't think 700c tires and no suspension would be the ideal choice for constantly riding at 25-30 MPH.
Kind of torn between a Magic Pie hub motor or the BaFang BBS02 mid drive. both appear to have distinct advantages and disadvantages.
The bike pictured is an AWD build using two Magic Pie hub motors. The frame box contains all the electonics and the 20ah battery array. The owner says it has a range of 30+ miles on a single charge if you go easy on it, but it can also put down ~5000 watts on full load so it should be absurdly fast for an ebike.
I believe his frame is some sort of older Electra. I'd like to build basically the same design but with RWD only (room to expand to AWD later if desired). A 1500W 48V Magic Pie V4 kit is...
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I need help with fixing my bluetooth headphones, what wire goes where?