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>> No. 26256 Anonymous
13th January 2018
Saturday 12:25 am
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I would like a nice chair to comfortably waste my life in front of computer screens on. Where's a good place to try out a few? What lesser known options should I know of? Are Aerons entirely a meme at this point? Budget doesn't matter.
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>> No. 26271 Anonymous
14th January 2018
Sunday 9:43 pm
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>>26262 You can get replacement arm rests for the Aeron.
>> No. 26272 Anonymous
14th January 2018
Sunday 9:51 pm
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I'll look into that thanks.
>> No. 26273 Anonymous
15th January 2018
Monday 7:39 pm
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Still regularly do curl up and sleep in mine.
>> No. 26275 Anonymous
15th January 2018
Monday 11:24 pm
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Are you a cat m8?
>> No. 26276 Anonymous
16th January 2018
Tuesday 12:08 am
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You can pick up used, sometimes reupholstered examples of expensive £800+ chairs on ebay for a couple hundred squid.

>> No. 26043 Anonymous
7th August 2017
Monday 9:07 am
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I'm in the market for some new headphones but I can't decide on which ones. I want to replace my old Audio Technica ATH-AD700s which have finally kicked the bucket after 9 years of use and numerous replacements of the headphone wire (this time the break seems to be somewhere in the middle of the headband, and I can't resolder it without breaking the headphones).

I've been looking at the AKG K702s as a replacement, but are they really worth the £130? It seems to me that the placebo effect and confirmation bias play a pretty big role in the perceived quality of a set of headphones, but I haven't come across any concrete evidence like blind listening tests that would back that idea up. Are human ears even sensitive enough to perceive a difference between something like a well-regarded pair of £30 Superlux 681s and a well-regarded pair of £130 AKG 702s? It's very difficult to tell the marketing dross apart from tangible technical differences.
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>> No. 26226 Anonymous
6th December 2017
Wednesday 10:04 pm
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They're large, heavy and have relatively low clamping force, so they'll probably fall off your head. I'd suggest some inexpensive in-ears from Xiaomi or Betron; if you can't stand in-ears, then I'd suggest looking for some "sport" headphones with a more secure headband design.
>> No. 26227 Anonymous
7th December 2017
Thursday 12:00 am
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If you want an amp/dac that powers pretty much anything with minimal setup fuss, try JDS Labs’ The Element. Buy it once and forget it forever. As for headphones, well it depends what sound you want but you can’t go wrong with HD600s. Or 650 is alright too, bit more bass but not as accurate. None of that stuff is cheap but it’s not unreasonable. Audio stuff is expensive . But get to your end game quick with that and you can forget it all. Hopefully.
>> No. 26228 Anonymous
7th December 2017
Thursday 4:47 pm
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I ended up buying the Philips Fidelio X2s for 130 squid back in August. They ticked all the right boxes and since they're 32 ohms, I don't really need a headphone amp to get the best out of them. Very happy with them so far.

I also bought a pair of closed-back Superlux HD-662s which are pretty decent for £25, but the level of comfort is nowhere near as good. I think Superluxes are mainly aimed at the Chinese market so maybe they design them for smaller Chinese heads. It's either that or I just have an usually big head.

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>> No. 26242 Anonymous
23rd December 2017
Saturday 9:09 am
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How about either of these?


>> No. 26255 Anonymous
12th January 2018
Friday 3:58 pm
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I use my headphones for gaming and it's important that I can hear stuff like the footsteps of other players.

The right ear of my old JVC HA-RX500s has stopped working, so by way of replacement I unboxed the Sony MDR-570LPs that I got as a Xmas gift years ago. They are awful, in no way approaching the sound quality of the JVCs. This will definitely affect my performance.

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>> No. 26229 Anonymous
22nd December 2017
Friday 11:14 am
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I've been using the Opera browser for almost 20 years now. I 've continued using version 12.15 ever since they sold out to China, and it's finally beginning to show its age because it doesn't always load sites with HTTPS security.

Any suggestions for configurable, non-bloated browser and email clients that run on Linux?
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>> No. 26250 Anonymous
23rd December 2017
Saturday 8:44 pm
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1) Fuck Moxie "white bloke with dreadlocks and a single ssl trick" Marlinspike. I sort of admire his love of working on boats but I mainly want to reshape his head with a ball pein hammer. He's also not that bright, you might as well cite being friends with Jacob Applebaum or Morgan Marquis-Boire.

2) Not being on the same network as your (home) email server is a common occurrence and can sometimes be something as simple as a case of you being the consultant and being onsite at a company that has highly regulated Internet access. Ok I'll just use my smartphone oh wait there's no signal here because the entire building works as a sort of Faraday cage but nevermind I'll just log into GMail using the powers of my imagination.

3) > t.

Please. Just. Fuck. Right. Off.
>> No. 26251 Anonymous
23rd December 2017
Saturday 11:31 pm
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>(home) email server
>you being the consultant and being onsite at a company
You still haven't quite grasped the "personal" qualification here, have you?
>> No. 26252 Anonymous
25th December 2017
Monday 4:17 pm
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Merry Christmas everyone. Thanks to whoever suggested trying Vivaldi again; it is great.

If you guys are in your 40s some day and thinking about all the stuff you argued about on .gs, don't be embarrassed. Everyone does it, and it's harmless. Only boring people never did anything cringey in their life.
>> No. 26253 Anonymous
8th January 2018
Monday 2:59 pm
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The filtering and search functions in Claws are pretty bad, as is the documentation. This page explains it better:


It doesn't really affect me, because I have very simple filters and use grep for any complex searches.
>> No. 26254 Anonymous
9th January 2018
Tuesday 1:39 am
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I miss Presto so much, I've tried countless browser hoping something could fill the void but nothing comes close. I don't want twenty extensions just to get the functionality I had ten years ago

>> No. 26139 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 3:49 pm
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def kaprekar(n): assert 0 <= n <= 9999 curr, prev = n, -1 while curr != prev: digits = '%04d' % curr print(digits) desc = int(''.join(sorted(digits, reverse=True))) asc = int(''.join(sorted(digits))) curr, prev = desc - asc, curr # demo for i in range(10000): kaprekar(i) print('----')

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>> No. 26176 Anonymous
20th October 2017
Friday 2:46 pm
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You can determine latitude easily. Longitude is rather more difficult, for obvious reasons.
>> No. 26178 Anonymous
20th October 2017
Friday 4:20 pm
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If you knew what day of the year it was and time of night you could definitely do it.

The time of night you could probably make some sort of estimate of based on the position of the moon after knowing the time of year. The time of year you could make a 'good enough' estimate based on which stars are present in the sky for a broad estimate and then use the phase of the moon to calculate a more exact date.

I have really no idea how precise any of this navigation would be based on eyeballing, probably good enough to get you across an ocean and in the direction of the right port.

If you had precision measuring tools and a sophisticated computerized star chart you could probably calculate your exact position on the earth.
>> No. 26179 Anonymous
20th October 2017
Friday 4:34 pm
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It was not really known how to calculate longitude accurately until around the 18th century. The major way people determined it was by using latitude, speed and direction to estimate it using the ships vectors of movement against a known position.
>> No. 26180 Anonymous
20th October 2017
Friday 5:08 pm
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I agree but the question was about ability to determine your position with no other points of reference.
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27th November 2017
Monday 3:43 pm
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>> No. 26118 Anonymous
11th October 2017
Wednesday 5:47 pm
26118 Phone issues.
Any lads in here that are good with phones? My note 4 crashed and I got this come up. been like it for over an hour now. Other than getting a new/secondhand phone anyone got any clue what it's doing?
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>> No. 26219 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 8:46 pm
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If you flash anything over anything you'll lose anything you don't have backed up.
>> No. 26220 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 9:17 pm
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So I'll only lose custom recovery then? Not my data or apps, which I think are in user?
>> No. 26221 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 10:49 pm
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Not him but I think the term 'flashing' refers to formatting a flash drive, and you know what happens to the data when you format a drive, right?
>> No. 26222 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 11:29 pm
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The flash memory is partitioned into different areas.

It depends on what you're flashing. IIRC flashing stock images tends to reformat & wipe everything, but going to custom firmware often preserves things. Depends on what the upgrade script written in the image does.

Stock recovery... I dunno, I'm less confident that would wipe everything. I think recovery is a separate 'partition', so it'd *probably* be okay...

If your TWRP is still functional, I'd use the backup functionality if I were you to take a complete copy of your flash memory before you start. Just get everything backed up before you start; better to be safe than sorry.
>> No. 26223 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 7:21 pm
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I think we all seem to be talking about different things.

>>26219 seems to be referring to flashing stock over custom ROM

>>26222 seems to be referring to dirty flash

I will of course do a nandroid back up before fucking around. Just to be clear I'm on rooted stock android, and I want to go back to stock.

>> No. 20156 Anonymous
19th December 2013
Thursday 11:57 pm
20156 Vaporisers
So, who here's tagging along with this latest drugs craze?

I know there was at least one of you with good knowledge on this subject in a smoking thread we had on /b/ a while ago, but I thought we could do with a general dedicated thread now it seems more and more of us are getting them.

I've personally just invested about £50 for two Kanger e-Smart batteries with clearomisers, liquid and addendums and I'm quite enjoying this whole vaping business. It seems to be even more moreish than cigarettes, and I'm looking forward to going through some of the tastier flavours. What setups have you got? Any comment on my kit (510 battery, T3 clearomisers) if you're familiar with it? I seem to already be getting that sucking/gargling noise which is apparently to do with the liquid being in parts of the apparatus it shouldn't be, but have followed YouTube guides to try and clear it out to no avail.

Anyway, yes. Vaporising general.
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>> No. 26145 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 9:40 pm
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Sufficiently dense vapour will trigger an ionising or photoelectric smoke detector.
>> No. 26146 Anonymous
17th October 2017
Tuesday 10:27 pm
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I learned something new today. Cheers.
Don't worry McJob lad, I won't do it again.
>> No. 26205 Anonymous
14th November 2017
Tuesday 9:43 pm
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Reporting my experience at just under a week in and it's pretty ace.

I've not had any cravings for proper fags even though I'm on 3mg. That might be down to the fact that you can puff away constantly but still, I just tried a fag as a bit of a treat and it only made me feel ill. Early days admittedly but I could get used to this until I inevitably lose it on a night out.

I picked up the Endura T20s Kit. Pretty cheap but I've had no problems at all and it seems well built.
>> No. 26206 Anonymous
15th November 2017
Wednesday 3:43 am
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So I've been using a little Joyetech all-in-one box for the past year or so, and I think it's about time to upgrade to something fancier. I was wondering if you chaps would have any recommendations? I think it'd be nice to be able to adjust the power and airflow, that sort of stuff. Just a bit more of a customisable experience than I have now, but nothing too in depth like these ones you have to make up your own heads and regulate the flow of liquid or whatever.

I like the look of something like:


But I would be interested to know if there's anything a bit more exciting out there, or if you lads have any good ideas on separate tanks/boxes.
>> No. 26207 Anonymous
15th November 2017
Wednesday 7:38 am
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If you're broadly happy with your Joyetech all-in-one, then there's a more advanced version available called the eVic AIO. It uses the same Cubis coils as the basic Joyetech devices, but it has variable wattage, temperature control, variable airflow and a user-replaceable battery.

Whatever you buy, I'd suggest importing it from a Chinese supplier. It's considerably cheaper and you avoid the 2ml liquid capacity limit that applies to products sold within the EU. Shipping usually takes less than two weeks.


Alternative all-in-one devices with advanced controls include the Kanger Cupti and the Aspire Plato.


If you'd prefer a separate mod and tank, then there are a dizzying array of choices. I think that the Joyetech eVic Primo Mini is a safe choice. It's compact while still being powerful, it feels good in the hand, it has reliable temperature control, the included tank is easy to fill and has a good selection of coils and the kit is very reasonably priced.
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>> No. 21674 Anonymous
25th April 2014
Friday 11:25 pm
21674 Mechanical Keyboards
I plan on buying a Mechanical Keyboard, generally for gaming more than typing.
Can you suggest some good ones?
Preferably with Brown MX switches.
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>> No. 22855 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 7:45 pm
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I still use a PS/2 keyboard, my year old motherboard has a slot for it.
Though I doubt my next motherboard will have a PS/2 slot on it.
>> No. 22856 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 8:54 pm
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You can get active PS/2 to USB adapters.
>> No. 22911 Anonymous
16th August 2014
Saturday 6:02 pm
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Put the Dell out of its misery and replaced it with this.
>> No. 22912 Anonymous
17th August 2014
Sunday 11:52 am
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If nothing else I hope we never see the end of PS/2 because it gives a splash of colour to the connectors.
>> No. 26202 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 2:25 pm
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The Dell has been mostly resurrected with a bit of solder and a couple more donor keys. The space bar isn't very well stabilised, though.

Not that it matters; I got this bad boy a couple of weeks ago and I couldn't be happier.

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>> No. 26124 Anonymous
12th October 2017
Thursday 6:07 pm
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I've recently set up an SSD booting computer with HDD storage, which was pretty fun, but it took a long time considering I've never fucked with computers before. What other interesting shit can I do?

I've been thinking of maybe upgrading my graphics card, motherboard and CPU, probably installing more RAM, but I don't really have the money right now and can't figure out what is compatible with what. Even finding which is the most recent products of the various manufacturers is confusing. Besides ,I find I'm becoming bored of browsing the internet all day every day. Are there any cool things I could do with computers that doesn't revolve around increasing performance of games/internet? What can I use this computing power for?

Making a blind system for my window with a light detector that opens them in the morning would be pretty cool but I think that's more in the field of circuitry than computing.

So without further ado; Noob tier computer projects. What would you recommend?
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>> No. 26197 Anonymous
5th November 2017
Sunday 11:14 am
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PCB is probably fried.
>> No. 26198 Anonymous
5th November 2017
Sunday 2:07 pm
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I work in IT support, and come across this sort of thing all the time. The likelihood is there's a problem with the motherboard or power circuitry like >>26196 said.

Still, I would recommend unplugging the battery, holding the power switch down to flush the capacitors (does this actually work?), then reconnect the battery. In my experience, there's usually a cable to connect the battery to motherboard - it will have a plastic multi-pin female connector. See if you can find it.
>> No. 26199 Anonymous
6th November 2017
Monday 11:14 pm
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How did it go, >>26194?
>> No. 26200 Anonymous
7th November 2017
Tuesday 12:20 am
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Shit we have an IT guy here? Help me out. My Windows 8.1 box keeps turning itself back on randomly after shut down. I've gotten into the habit of physically pressing the O button on the PSU, so it doesn't start whirring in the dark while I'm trying to sleep and scare the shit out of me. What could it be? I'll admit just now I found my mouse and keyboard were both set to wake the computer in Device Manager but I imagine that's because that resets itself after I keep having to unplug them and plug them back into other USB ports after they randomly stop working. Christ this PC is full of demons, I guess that's what comes of building it yourself. Anyway apart from the mouse and keyboard is there anything else it could be?
>> No. 26201 Anonymous
7th November 2017
Tuesday 2:36 pm
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We have lots of IT guys here.

>I'll admit just now I found my mouse and keyboard were both set to wake the computer in Device Manager

You're probably done. I'd also check the BIOS to see if there's anything in there that's set to turn the PC on. This isn't what comes of building it yourself, by the way. These are not default settings, so at some point you've installed something that changed them.

I'd also chuck Win8 for 7 or 10 (depending on how deluded you are about the disparity of Microsoft's intrusion of your privacy on either).

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>> No. 26191 Anonymous
2nd November 2017
Thursday 11:47 am
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Is it possible to associate PDF file types with Chrome but give them a different icon from HTML files? I had them like that but had to reinstall Chrome. Now PDF files have the same Chrome icon as HTML files and it says the file type is "Chrome HTML Document." When I edit the name or icon with Types.exe, Default Programs Editor or FileTypesMan, changes I make to PDF associations happen to HTML files too and vice versa.

Last time, I gave PDFs a separate icon with Types.exe but I think that might have been on Windows 7 before I upgraded to 10.
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>> No. 26192 Anonymous
2nd November 2017
Thursday 12:21 pm
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File icons use the same icon as the application they're associated with — that's just a rudimentary UX practice. You'll need third-party software if you want to circumvent that.
>> No. 26193 Anonymous
2nd November 2017
Thursday 12:28 pm
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I've tried to circumvent it with three types of third-party software (Types.exe, Default Programs Editor and FileTypesMan) and it doesn't work like it used to.

>> No. 26181 Anonymous
21st October 2017
Saturday 8:07 pm
26181 Finding a CRT
I'm after a ~21" CRT TV, with a regular SCART 15.6kHz RGB input. Used to be you'd find them at dumps and markets and such but I haven't come across one in a while and the recycling place I went to today didn't have any. I can't find any near me on Gumtree or Ebay, which is puzzling as there must be fucking millions of these things around.

Am I being a mong? Where do I find one?
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>> No. 26184 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 11:19 am
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Yeah - unless its a pristine mint broadcast Trinitron tube I wouldn't go anywhere near it. And one of those is likely to cost.
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22nd October 2017
Sunday 11:54 am
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There are of course a bunch on ebay but they're all an hour+ drive away. Freecycle is a good shout, I'd forgotten about it, thanks.

I've already got a huge Sony PVM for retro games as >>26182 guessed, but I need to get rid of it for space and because it's apparently now worth ~£250. I can make do with a little old TV instead. I just don't want to pay stupid prices for one when they used to go for free, god knows how many I've passed up over the years.

I'm not that fussed about how good the display is. That said, I'm expecting to have to go through a few to get one with halfway decent convergence and geometry, but it's surprising how well many CRTs have lasted, given the astonishing engineering precision required of them, and I have fixed CRT monitors in the past so I can take a crack at adjustments depending on the design. (To preempt the warnings: I do know how to do so without grabbing the flyback, discharging one of the capacitors and electrocuting myself, or snapping the neck and having a vacuum tube explode in my face.)
>> No. 26188 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 12:08 pm
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>vacuum tube explode implode in my face.
I fixed that for you.

Sorry for being a cunt, but I was born this way.

It took me three attempts to get this post right.
>> No. 26189 Anonymous
22nd October 2017
Sunday 12:46 pm
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If you're not fussy, you could probably scrounge one at your local tip.
>> No. 26190 Anonymous
23rd October 2017
Monday 2:53 am
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No, you're quite correct. Or we're both pedantic cunts, which I'm fine with.

I've tried mate. They don't have any, and the ones I was finding elsewhere seemed to be either 14" built-in-VHS shite or >32" monsters. Most of the latter are also widescreen which is not what I'm after, and some of the last ones before plasma/LCD took over completely have digital image processing in them, with shoddy ADC, and early real-time digital image processing chipsets that added noticeable artefacts and latency. I used to have a WEGA that did this (it was great TV for movies at the time, but the image processing was particularly noticeable on old "240p" games, and couldn't be fucking disabled) and it drove me nuts.

One's popped up on Freecycle so should have something to play around with soon. Thanks, >>26182.

>> No. 26115 Anonymous
11th October 2017
Wednesday 5:36 pm
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I'm trying to get a domain name I can use as an email but I'm an idiot and I'm confused.

I'm looking to get 4 email addresses I can use , say bob@family.com. I don't want to just have a forwarding service to bob@gmail.com, I want to login to an actual mailbox client or webmail login and use that specific email to login.

I'm not interested in web hosting.

Is this possible, and if so where is the best place to do it? I've had a look about and I'm still none the wiser.

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>> No. 26116 Anonymous
11th October 2017
Wednesday 5:39 pm
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>> No. 26117 Anonymous
11th October 2017
Wednesday 5:43 pm
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Easy enough to do, but not necessarily for free. You're looking at hosting your own email server, or using an off-the-shelf cloud solution like Google's G Suite or Microsoft Exchange online.



I was lucky enough to get a Google Apps account back when they had a non-expiring 5 user trial plan. Still use it for all my domains.
>> No. 26121 Anonymous
11th October 2017
Wednesday 6:35 pm
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> I'm not interested in web hosting.

Most domain resellers will offer basic hosting packages, web hosting, email hosting, or a combination.
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12th October 2017
Thursday 10:59 am
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>I want to login to an actual mailbox client or webmail login and use that specific email to login.
I know it would be frowned upon to just call you grandad, but I'm curious as to the exact use case you're trying to satisfy here.

>> No. 26112 Anonymous
8th October 2017
Sunday 11:12 pm
26112 Neural networking
I figured it was time for me to drag my arse into the twenty first century and at least learn how to program a neural network. It doesn't seem that complicated, but it occurs to me that I'll need quite a bit of training data.

Where can I go to get piles and piles of files? I was wondering whether I could train an AI reading a bunch of novels in text file format and then set it loose trying to write semi-intelligible sentences. Even if it's not text files, it seems that you need loads of well formatted raw data to train any AI and this is one of the things tech companies are super hungry for these days. Any other sort of raw, open, free data would suffice if anyone's got any hints.

I was thinking about writing it in BASIC (which is the only language I ever properly learnt, at the tender age of five, and so has stuck with me my whole life) or maybe in an Excel/LibreOffice Calc/Google Sheets spreadsheet (in which case free .CSV files might be preferable) because it'd be more visually comprehensible. I can just about read C++, I could probably write a neural network with it if I applied myself.

Has anyone else worked with neural networks? Are they difficult to program? What's the best language?
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>> No. 26113 Anonymous
9th October 2017
Monday 12:01 am
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As far as I understand it, NNs work much better in object-oriented languages, so perhaps try Visual BASIC.NET instead of straight BASIC.
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9th October 2017
Monday 4:37 am
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>> No. 26103 Anonymous
26th September 2017
Tuesday 9:19 pm
26103 Mobile Ad Blocker
Is there such a thing as a decent ad-blocker for Android?

It's occured to me that ads are responsible for probably half of my entire data usage. I spend more time scrolling past fucking reams of obnoxious clickbait bullshit than I do reading the actual article sometimes. Some sites are worse than others, but I can't exactly pick and choose what sites I visit based on that. Not to mention those cocking Youtube ads.

Being on a shitty tarrif, it simply angers me to think that I am wasting data so that these bastards can shovel vomit into my eyeballs. I'm actually paying for them to advertise to me. How do I stop it?
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>> No. 26107 Anonymous
26th September 2017
Tuesday 11:50 pm
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I was about to say I think advertising companies should be made to pay for data that they use when sending you adverts, then it occured to me that that would violate net netrality, then it occured to me 'Is net neutrality protest actually a front for online advertising groups?'
>> No. 26108 Anonymous
27th September 2017
Wednesday 1:37 am
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Yeah, I use Firefox with NoScript.
>> No. 26109 Anonymous
27th September 2017
Wednesday 2:42 pm
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>Not to mention those cocking Youtube ads.

If you use the app Newpipe, you don't get any ads. It's a lightweight YT frontend.

As to apps, I use Adaway (needs root) blocks through hosts file I think. Also uBlock origin on Firefox.

Doesn't Brave show you its own ads though?
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27th September 2017
Wednesday 9:16 pm
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>If you use the app Newpipe, you don't get any ads. It's a lightweight YT frontend.
At least until Google gets monopoly penis envy again and blocks it because of a "broken user experience", which is in no way whatsoever a euphemism for not being able to cream off their ad money.
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27th September 2017
Wednesday 10:40 pm
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If you want to be really thrifty about it you could use a text-only browser. I've been surprised at how useable it's been when I've been stuck with flaky GPRS on a train or whatever.

>> No. 25953 Anonymous
11th July 2017
Tuesday 1:52 am
25953 Cyber security and Python
Any recommendations for books/resources on cyber security? The recent hackings got me curious, and I have been reading around it since. Something more under the hood type of book for a noive.

Also I picked up Python again. I learn best by doing small projects. Any resources for something like that would be appreciated too.
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>> No. 26097 Anonymous
30th August 2017
Wednesday 8:23 pm
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I'll take both of youse cunts at the same time.
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30th August 2017
Wednesday 8:49 pm
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Yeah well I'm bringing me brother, and he used to be in the cadets.
>> No. 26099 Anonymous
31st August 2017
Thursday 6:46 pm
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I've had your bro and he's a pussy.
>> No. 26100 Anonymous
31st August 2017
Thursday 9:18 pm
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Yeah well your brother is a female to male tranny and he has a pussy.
>> No. 26101 Anonymous
31st August 2017
Thursday 9:29 pm
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Isn't that a bussy?

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