>tfw got 2x2GB DDR2 sticks sitting in a drawer but garbage HP motherboard won't recognize them so I'm stuck with 4x1GB on my other computer
D eventually comes after B
In 2012 and 2013, some members of Congress tried to pass the privacy killing bill CISPA. But Americans pushed back and defeated it. Now CISPA is back - only it's being called CISA - and it's even worse than before.
Look it over, sign the petition if you wish to protect your privacy, or don't...
this pic represents exactly what I felt when I used windows 8 for the first time
microsoft seems to be trying to "idiotize" its users to maintain them under control
How much tin foil am i?
Hey /g/. I'm one of the people working on a new experimental UI framework called Cycle.js.
It's kind of like React, but more it's functional and reactive. Instead of using a pull-based getters/setters paradigm, it uses RxJS streams (data dependency coverage is inherently 100%).
Might be the next big thing. Check it out.
What do you use multiple monitors for?
what the hell, I turned off windows updates, but they still got updated today. Is there any way to turn them off permanently?
ITT: Post you're actual cpu cooler
Is there anyway to send a 17mb gif over hangouts?
It sucks it doesn't support webm and want to send a converted webm to gif to my group chat.
Why don't we use GDDR5 memory for our systems? Kinda like the PS4 does.
Because every ps4 shares the same CPU, GPU, etc. It's the utilization within their walled garden hardware environment.
Unless PCs can all share the exact same specs, such utilization of gddr5 would be near impossible. Atleast for consumer PCs.
One more reason Swift is the best programming language in the world.
Why do basement dwellers such as yourselves need things like protonmail, tor, and other anonymous spy gear???
I keep seeing people complain that there is no momentum behind this, why can't we start it?
I was reading about it and supposedly there's a RPI distro and also a distro called 9front that a lot of people are getting behind.
If its so superior then what do we lose by trying this in a VM or on a test server?
Have we figured out how to get rid of or at least hide this?
I already know the "delete System32 folder" trick