Just a reminder that if you are looking for headphones strictly for sound quality you're doing it wrong. You buy headphones because they are portable, so buying something stylish should also be considered when purchasing. If you're dwelling in your mom's basement and have nothing to hide, you can easily use speakers.
see the little drop down thingy on this drawer
mate 1.8 panel? what is it called?
Since /g/ is the #1 shill for the meme pad, I want some advice, I need a small laptop for work, I work on my own doing cellphone repairs, windows installs, home network setups, etc.
Currently I have a 17" dell studio which is heavy and ackward to carry around, I would like to know your opinion if that t420 series are good for my needs, basically rooting, iTunes bullshit, etc.
Buy it! I have the same t420s - Best laptop i ever had. Youll just to replace the HDD with a SSD.
Also you'll need the UltraBay Battery then youll have over 6 hours of fun with it
Windows has a feature I never figured out how to duplicate in Linux.
You can click Browse... to upload a file and instead of selecting a file from disk, you paste the url into the filename box and bam instant upload without having to save the file locally.
How can I do this with linux?
It actually does save the file locally. I don't remember, but I remember when I was checking all the files on my computer of image types, .png, .gif, etc, I found all of them in a temporary folder which wasn't that temporary.
Is there any way to run one single computer as two? I've got 2 keyboards, 2 mice and 2 screens and me and my friend want to play runescape.
I really didn't want to have to set up a VM, is there any other way?
I'm 20 but we used to play runescape alot a long time ago and he wanted to try the new mode on classic.
Rather fix bugs everyday than actually use your computer.
>no mouse thread
Just bought a Zowie FK2, /g/ how'd I do? Should I have gotten the FK1? So far I like it, it's much lighter than I'm used to (used both the M65 and G502 with all possible weights used) but I got fed up having to use the driver utility with my Logitech G502. I read good things about Zowie so figured it'd be worth a try.
My mouse progression went:
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Is that the trampstamp one? I think they got rid of that on the latest iteration of the M65, I just picked mine up at MicroCenter today and saw a new looking version of the M65 which made me glad cause I liked the original. Nothing was wrong with the M65 I just like trying out different things, though mine was the first gen/original model with no lights or anything and the logo/text all on the back part.
Stole a WMO from one of my IT junk drawers and runs actually pretty well. Just had to over clock polling rate and fix mouse acceleration.
Windows will never look this good.
What are some god-tier typefaces?
Terminus is my favorite, but no version of it looks good on Windows so I stick with Consolas or Courier New for fixed-width stuff on Windows.
t. stuck in administering-Linux-from-Windows hell
Does anyone have the email server infographic?
>where were you when Linux = Year of the Desktop 2016 onwards
what usb stick do you use /g/?
So is this book still relevant? Will I learn key programming concepts with this book? If not, what would you recommend?
SICP and The Art of Computer Programming are typically more suitable for the computer scientists and programmers that appreciate alot of the applied mathematics involved.
If you're just trying to make websites or fuck around with programming languages both of these books are either going to be way over your head or you're going to be wasting your time.
Otherwise I would just pick up some O'Reilly books on languages you find interesting.
I'm looking to build my own laptop pretty soon - I've set aside a decent amount of cash (2000 bucks or so) for this, as my current rig has needed a serious upgrade for some time. I use my computer primarily for work and travel a lot, so an actual desktop computer isn't really an option for me. Problem is, although I'm really interested in the idea of building my own laptop, I don't know where to start, or even how possible it is. I've got a lot of tools and the money, I just don't know what parts to get or how to go about this.
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I'd also like to hear any sort of recommendations you have as far as straight-up buying goes, but while I have to have this be a laptop for ease of transportation, I'd also like it to be the highest quality I can guarantee (and the ability to choose my own parts in building seems like the best plan as far as that goes). Am I wrong in thinking that? Also, checking around the wiki now.
You friendly neighborhood Verizon shill back once more to dodge technical questions and give vague but truthful replies to questions about the company and service.
Ellipsis 10 tablets for $99.99 btw senpais. They are the Dynex Best Buy TV's of the tablet world but they are big as fuck with huge batteries and a good deal goyims.
>wireless carrier's home wifi solutions
Come on now. We sell jet packs and home wifi modems but they are attached to the data plans and expensive as hell if they are the primary source of usage. We offer them to supplement the people in the sticks who cannot get a land line but need some kind of access. To binge netflix and loli porn on wireless is just crazy.