im a neetfag that spends all day in front of a computer programming
I like having some kind of connection or distraction open so it doesnt feel so lonely all the time. Like a radio station or a stream in the background. I find it hard to focus if I'm not 'connected'
Lately I've been looking for
* chat rooms and for stuff related to software development that I can idle in and have open in the back ground
* podcasts and radio stations to play while i develop (doesnt have to be related to dev but i like talk stations and stuff more than just music)
anyone know what im talking about? anyone have any suggestions for stuff to have as 'background noise'
>* podcasts and radio stations to play while i develop (doesnt have to be related to dev but i like talk stations and stuff more than just music)
you may not like it and its certainly not /g/ but the sleepycabin podcast is great if you like that kind of humor
if you want to learn to code:
- create a goal ("i want to create a simple game like pong")
- pick a language
- get busy learning
programming is something you should teach yourself
It actually has a physical effect on me, but it's not what you'd expect.
The next day after listening, my morning wood is really strong. No fucking joke.
Binaural beats were pioneered by Robert Monroe who used them to help other people achieve an out-of-body state. I haven't personally used them for this purpose, but I have had an out-of-body experience -- just once, by luck.
This is just my personal experience.
>so it doesn't feel so lonely all the time
Look, being a neetfag is your choice. If you want to explore more, go outside and go work. Being normal is something you should teach yourself.
I've had 2 astral projections or whatever you call them. I was able to move around my house but I didn't have a body. As soon as I realized what I was doing it freaked me out and I woke up. I rarely talk about it because it makes me seem like I'm fucking weird, though.
huge difference between answering specific questions and "teach me to code lol"
i honestly think learning by giving yourself a project is the best way to do it, then when you have questions theres almost always someone willing to help
is just a post, you can easily tell him "okay, here you have this useful videos and exercises, ask me if you have doubts"
i get your point, i learned by myself, yet i have a CS friend who i nag for specific book recommendation time to time, its always useful to have contact with someone better than you, of course you should not abuse his help, but you can't abuse him if he doesn't let himself be abused