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>be on /g/, using my Gentoo rig powered by 4 GTX 680's and an i7 2600k, when knock at cave door>OPEN UP WE'S THE POH LEASE>push a couple old Pentium 4s against the door (those things are just so damn handy)>begin waddling towards escape hatch>BANG BANG BANG>cops shooting the door, screaming MURIKA FUCK YEAH>be Canadian, quite confused>continue waddling as fast as I can>cops break door down>they begin sprinting towards me>one gets caught in my intranet>fuck that was an expensive cable it's hard to get them that long>whatever>cop begins shooting me>dive behind Fermi pile>Old Fermis burst into flames, buying me time>grab my Thinkpad>escape hatch blocked by cans>prepare for final stand>cop comes around corner>nail her on the head with my Thinkpad>Thinkpad 1 SWAT helmet 0>another cop comes around the corner>shoots me>absorbed in my fat, bounces off>this angers me>release the bear>Guardian Neckbear leaps from neck and begins biting cop>throw GNU/Hurd kernel DVDs at him>he dies from disgust
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>Minding my own business and installing OpenBSD on my router>Mama starts yelling from downstairs>"What is it mama?">"SERGIO! EL COMPUTER NO WORKO! NO GUSTA!">Go downstairs, find that there is taco sauce on the monitor, tostadas on the keyboard, tortillas in the optical drive, salsa in the heatsink, guacamole on the southbridge, burritos in the case fan, beans cooking on the fermi, and tacos in the PSU.>Fuck it, I'll buy her a Mac>Go to Apple store>Considering purchasing an iMac>Steve Jobs is there>Talks to me about the iMac>I get really hyped for the iMac>Decide to buy it on the spot>Reach for my wallet>Suddenly, spaghetti spills out of my pocket>There's spaghetti on the floor>Everybody walk the dinosaur>Try to clean it all up>I look down>There's fur in the spaghetti, leading to the realization that I am a bear
Mechanical owner here.
You know, owning a mech keyboard is great and all, but it doesn't come without its tradeoffs.
Windows 7 Repository: http://fuxx.us/win7repo
Thank you so much, it's exactly what I was looking for.
You must be GNU here. â€œFree softwareâ€ is a matter of liberty, not price. To understand the concept, you should think of â€œfreeâ€ as in â€œfree speech,â€ not as in â€œfree beer.â€
Free software is a matter of the users' freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. More precisely, it means that the program's users have the four essential freedoms:
The freedom to run the program, for any purpose (freedom 0). The freedom to study how the program works, and change it so it does your computing as you wish (freedom 1). Access to the source code is a precondition for this. The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor (freedom 2). The freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to others (freedom 3). By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to benefit from your changes. Access to the source code is a precondition for this.
A program is free software if users have all of these freedoms. Thus, you should be free to redistribute copies, either with or without modifications, either gratis or charging a fee for distribution, to anyone anywhere. Being free to do these things means (among other things) that you do not have to ask or pay for permission to do so.
let me tell you something
Apple doesn't have a a water resistant keyboard design.
Apple doesnt have pointing stick
Apple doesn't have master race of laptop keyboards
Apple doesn't have removable hard drives
Apple doesn't have removable batteries
Apple: Broke your screen? Send it to apple wait 2-3 weeks. Lenovo: Broke your screen? Order a new one and replace it yourself in 1-5 days including possible shipping time.
Lenovo and MBP is almost equally drop resistant.
The Lenovo comes with Industry standard Windows, MBP Add another 140 bucks...
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Product Price Quantity _____________________________________________________________________Antec Fusion Remote Black $215 x1 CASE ASUS AT3N7A-I NVIDIA ION $207 x1 MOBOKingston 2GB 800MHz DDR2 $79 x1 RAM Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB $124 x1 HDD Sony AD-7240S-GB DVDRW $49 x1 OPTICArch-Linux $FREE x1 OS_____________________________________________________________________ Total $674 x1
Price sounds pretty shit for the archaic hardware.
a third of it was the case
Antec makes shitNo trust in WDSony is overpricedAsus is good but I don't know about that moboKingston is okay
King_John: there are three types of people;ones who can use any hardwareones who can use macs and ones who can use windows
Is there a type in your world where Windows isn't hardware, or do you have to come to Earth for that?
>>109 wow you must be really dumb if you couldn't figure this quote out.
and then there are real people who use linux
>>111 you are also dumb
just looks like a dumbass quote to me. what are we supposed to be "getting"
lol I'm not dumb, so i get it. and no, I'm not going to tell all of you to 'prove i know'. have fun wallowing in your lack of understanding.
Have you read your SICP today?
Why yes...yes I have.
I stick with PC Power & Cooling all the way, last I checked OCZ bought them too.
i got PC Power & Cooling after seeing one at a lan party. you couldn't hear it. put your hand up to it. you could barely feel it. air was not hot (unlike the Antec Basiq 550plus that Antec themselves called crap when i was RMAing it after 8 months of 350 watt use: "Recommending to go with Earth Watts Series instead of BP...if you just purhcased very recently...please make the swap...if not get a RMA below...")
Check this out: http://www.intern3ts.com/o/hs/res/84.php
What do you think about it? Are EULAs legal?
at the end of the day, it needs to be tested in court or have had precedents (previous tests in court)
"#" is a number
"MG####.jpg" (Canon raw conversion)
Casio "MMDD####.JPG" (QV3000 and QV4000)
"YYmDD###.JPG" (QV7000, m is hex)
Kodak "DCP#####.jpg" (Kodak)
"DC####S.jpg" (DC-40,50,120 S is (L)arge, (M)eduim, (S)mall)
kodak easyshare: 1xx_xxxx.JPG
A computer forensics specialist has a message for security-minded computer users: A single wipe will make drives impossible to read.
In research published on Thursday, auditor Craig Wright tested the ability of a special type of electron microscope, known as a magnetic force microscope, to read data that has been erased. While overwriting the data multiple times with a random series of 0s and 1s makes it harder to recover, Wright found that it is nearly impossible to recover any meaningful amount of data after a only single pass. Recovering a single byte of data, for example, on a used drive is successful less than one percent of the time, he found. Accurately recovering four bytes, or 32 bits, of data only works nine times out of each million tries.