New thread on the desktop variety
Getting a new smartphone very soon, /g/. I can't decide between these, pick for me.
The Contenders are: Z3 Compact, OPO, Moto G, Moto X. I seriously can't make my mind up between these four, or are there better recommended ones? I'll put the order in tonight, budget isn't an issue. Also, which Moto gen is preferred? I've heard stuff on both of them.
Also been considering a HTC, but I don't really know anything about their models.
You know when Microsoft started to go wrong?
When they decided that they will push what the company wants, rather than selling something that the consumers actually want.
Nobody wants this metro minimalist shit.
Microsoft is living on borrowed time and only exists because of their legacy and stranglehold of the desktop market with Windows 7.
Windows 10 is the exact same thing
What are some apps you just can't do without? What are the ones you install as soon as you get a new phone?
[spoiler] Which are the ones you install everytime but never use? [/spoiler]
So, how did they do it?
I'm not a le* Anonymous faggot.
I'm interested in how they did it. And more importantly, how to prevent it.
I'm sure it comes down to some dumbass Twitter employee in the end, though.
Build your own 5th gen iPod Classic from cheap Chinese parts.
Video from 2011: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZ6drkgHUW0 [Embed]
It's much cheaper now.
Alternatively just buy a Nokia N8 and use it as an audio player. It has a better Wolfson chip than any iPod ever made.
you have 10 seconds to justify not using linux
muh games doesnt count as a justification
ITT: God tier discontinued products
What's a good entry DSLR for less than $250 bucks?
I need one for taking pictures for my client's wordpress based site that I'm making.
I'm a fellow web developer.
Oh, you mean old shit that was mediocre when it was new and has drastically depreciated in value? Yeah, then I guess that does fit.
>can't use f-mount lenses
>proprietary hot shoe
>ever buying sonyshit
Get a Nikon D-series or a Canon EOD, otherwise buy a point-and-shoot and don't waste your money.
I have 1,800 to buy an Ultrabook.
Tell me, what would you buy.
Put yourself in my shoes:
Living in Japan
Always on the go
Originally I said an Asus 305 or a thinkpad X1 but many jimmys were rustled.
So what light laptop would you buy? Also, has to be at most 15 inches.
Mac? No, girlfriend will be getting one.
Post your stupid/small questions here.
Previous thread (over bump limit): >>45200826
reposting from other thread
I recently asked this too. I had the same problem, just uninstalled my antivirus and no longer had the problem
it's probably this
>Sitting on exercise balls
Just a fad or is it beneficial?
I know some of you are sitting on one right now
Rate, post speccy of complete builds, guts etc.
Here's mine, anything I should change?
If anything, if you had the room and you plan on overclocking, I'd spring for a bigger cooler if I were you. I know it's Noctua and all, but it could always be better, especially considering Noctua has a larger one (NH-D15) that can beat out an Corsair H110 water cooler.
Another point I would change would be expanding to 16 GB of RAM, but that's just a personal preference.
Throw some fans in there too.
Why is /g/ against OOP? I haven't worked on huge projects and have no idea how to organize them but the idea of combining functions and data in logical units seems like a good idea. Why is making all functions global a better idea? Proper abstraction is always better and more powerful in anything.
/g/ isn't a person.
The backlash against OOP is because it's inappropriately applied to problems.
OOP isn't bad on principle, and can be useful or even beautiful, but overuse by idiots leads to the tremendous bloat we have today.
Trendoids latch on to the criticism and declare OOP universally bad, just like every programming paradigm that's behind the curve of hip/rockstar tech.
I absolutely love OOP. I also love functional programming, though I admit I'm mediocre at it at best, and my current job (at a medium sized reverse engineering/porting/development project) doesn't leave me that much room to work on my functional skills yet. That project is using OOP with quite a few really nice patterns and principles. It's great, and life is pretty good right now.
I find that most people who are really against any given thing here are most likely quite inexperienced. I remember...
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> making all functions global
OOP is not the only way to organize functions.
If you want to hear some anti OOP stuff, here's a basic reading list.
old one is at cap, time for a new one
>What did you recently buy for your station?
>What do you want to add to your station?
>Are you going to change anything with your station soon?
i haven't bought anything new yet, but i'm going to get another floor lamp and another bookshelf. i'm probably going to rearrange the posters on my wall again as well.
AKG K712 and some velcro (for cable management).
I bought both a while ago, but I just got back from the US yesterday.
>want to add
New desk, coffee table, new speakers, and an amp/preamp combo.