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>> No. 23058 Anonymous
1st September 2014
Monday 3:05 pm
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WTF is carrot browsing?
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>> No. 23059 Anonymous
1st September 2014
Monday 3:10 pm
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>>23058
Erm, browsing for carrots?

Maybe be a bit more specific?
>> No. 23060 Anonymous
1st September 2014
Monday 3:13 pm
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>>23059

Press F7 in Firefox.
>> No. 23061 Anonymous
1st September 2014
Monday 4:08 pm
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I've always mentally pronounced 'caret' with a silent 't'. So I suppose I learned something.
>> No. 23062 Anonymous
1st September 2014
Monday 10:24 pm
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You know how sometimes when you're reading erotic literature or britfa.gs/iq on the internet and you can't quite manipulate the mouse accurately with your left hand you use the up and down arrow keys to move the page up and down? Caret browsing exists solely to frustrate you when you try to do that by making the cursor act like the web page is a word document.

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>> No. 23053 Anonymous
29th August 2014
Friday 6:04 pm
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I want to set up a full disk encryption on my laptop. I am using GNU/Linux and frequently work with virtual machines on it.

Will setting up FDE hinder i/o performance significantly? Are there any other drawbacks I might face?
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>> No. 23054 Anonymous
29th August 2014
Friday 6:22 pm
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>>23053

I work with VMs extensively and use LUKS full disk encryption on all my computers. I don't notice any slowdown at all.
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29th August 2014
Friday 6:29 pm
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>>23053
I have the default FDE using xubuntu on my laptop, but don't use VMs much at all.

From what I have read it slows i/o a little (it has to decrypt everything as it goes) but not much to be bothered about from what I can see. I have a SSD though.
>> No. 23056 Anonymous
29th August 2014
Friday 10:15 pm
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The performance impact is negligible on most workloads. There are a few edge cases where performance can be seriously impacted, but they're rare enough as to be insignificant.

Do give some careful thought to key management, as errors in this regard can result in catastrophic data loss.
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29th August 2014
Friday 10:23 pm
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>>23056
> The performance impact is negligible on most workloads. There are a few edge cases where performance can be seriously impacted, but they're rare enough as to be insignificant.

For the sake of curiosity, can you please elaborate?

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>> No. 23040 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 9:57 pm
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So I'm getting a little fed up with my laptop. It's mostly alright except that it takes an absolute age to boot into Windows and get shit running. I have a suspicion that the hard drive might be going as after just running an in-built diagnostic test on it everything came up fine except the HDD which just said FAIL and nothing more.

My idea is instead of buying another cheap laptop (because I'm a student and I can't afford no ultrabooks) I could try and build a desktop PC. I happen to have managed to blag myself a rather flashy 1TB SSD so I'm thinking if I can build a computer around this it might work out better value.

Just a couple of questions: firstly, is putting an SSD in an otherwise fairly standard PC akin to trying to fit a turbocharged V12 into a shitbox Saxo (i.e a stupid idea that will result in everything blowing up)? If not then what are the best resources to gauge cost and time for a complete beginner?
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>> No. 23046 Anonymous
29th August 2014
Friday 4:05 am
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>>23044

Of course you can. If you upgrade everything apart from the hard drive, you're just putting the hard drive in a different computer, aren't you?
>> No. 23047 Anonymous
29th August 2014
Friday 6:45 am
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>>23045
>Is there some reason you wouldn't put the SSD in the laptop and save yourself the cost of the desktop?
This. Unless by some quirk of fate you've managed to somehow land yourself with a 3.5" unit, it should fit inside the laptop.
>> No. 23048 Anonymous
29th August 2014
Friday 8:54 am
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>in-built diagnostic test

Where/what is that?
>> No. 23051 Anonymous
29th August 2014
Friday 4:12 pm
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>>23046
It depends on the OS. Windows OEM copies, for instance, are tied to the motherboard, and wouldn't work in a different machine.
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29th August 2014
Friday 5:16 pm
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>>23051
*actually of course it depends on lots of things, this was just an obvious one.

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>> No. 23036 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 4:16 pm
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Why don't image boards like this let users edit thier posts? It's really annoying.

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 23037 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 4:17 pm
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* their posts
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28th August 2014
Thursday 4:19 pm
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>> No. 23039 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 4:21 pm
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>> No. 22237 Anonymous
12th June 2014
Thursday 12:14 pm
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Is anyone else having trouble with Virgin Internet ever since the storms at the weekend? My internet is losing connection completely from about 7am to anywhere between 4 and 10pm every day. I have an engineer coming out at the weekend, but it's odd that they say it's not a problem on their end.
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>> No. 23028 Anonymous
27th August 2014
Wednesday 7:56 pm
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The biggest fuckoff is line rental. I pay Plusnet 9.99 a month for 19mb speed unlimited download which is yeah, ace, alright for me pal. 14.99 arssfuck for the privilige and I don't even use a landline phone. Fuckinlinerentalbastards.
>> No. 23031 Anonymous
27th August 2014
Wednesday 8:34 pm
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Now I have to wait two weeks before they send an engineer. I could easily join a new ISP in that time. Can they still charge me for 0.5 Mbps download speed when they promised 30+ Mbps?
>> No. 23033 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 12:55 pm
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>>23031

Shoddy customer service. When I rang VM last week on Saturday or Sunday they put me down for a Tuesday appointment, that's even with the Monday having been a bank holiday. They apologised profusely for such a long delay and gave me a credit on my next bill to make up for the delay and service lost in the meantime. I'm not near the end of my contract either, so it wasn't just a sweetener, I've been with them for a good few years and I renewed for another year last month.
>> No. 23034 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 1:43 pm
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>>23033
I called them back today and I asked for my MAC code. I told them I was switching to VM because the two weeks it would take for Talktalk to send out an engineer, VM could set up a new FibreOptic for me. They started apologising and told me that they could send out an engineer tomorrow.

Why must everything be so difficult?
>> No. 23035 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 2:06 pm
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>>23034
Ofcom rules state that you should get a PAC within 2 (two) hours. When I got a new phone and needed it, Orange kept saying they need 24 hours. It is of course bollocks - they can generate the code there and then. Even worse, after spending 30 minutes arguing over it, the code they gave me was wrong anyway. I'd have been slightly less annoyed were I not just moving from one EE plan to another.

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>> No. 23010 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 4:14 pm
23010 Firefox Bookmark Menu
/g/ood afternoon.

I'm hoping someone here might be able to help me. (I have searched but to no avail). Basically, I'd like the bookmark menu to display all of the folders I've set up and not just 5 most recently accessed under "Choose". I've got folders within the folders you can see and having to go through the "Choose" process is annoying.

It's purely a matter a convenience but if anyone can offer some insight, it would be greatly appreciated.

pic related.

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>> No. 22913 Anonymous
17th August 2014
Sunday 5:23 pm
22913 Smartphones.
Right, sorry tome make "one of those" threads, but it's time for me to get a new phone.

I've had a Galaxy SII for about 4 years now, gone through the initial contract and then another couple of years on a reduced tarriff just because I couldn't be arsed upgrading, but it might be time to get something flashier now. Problem is I have no idea what's out there.

Mainly I want something that's good as a music player. My main use apart from calling/texting people is for playing music over bluetooth in the car. After that, I suppose I'd like one that can play the fanciest games- What's the deal with those nVidia mobile graphics chips nowadays?

The only thing that's really important to me- And it's the main reason I haven't upgraded until now, actually- is the operating system. I hate the 3rd party bloat that comes with most Android phones now, my current phone was perfect right up until they forced it to upgrade to android 4.1, and after that I have hated it for the most part. I can't say that I enjoy the Apple interface either. Are Windows phones any better? Or are there any phones still out there that come with a completely vanilla, bloat-free Android installation? Or can you still "jailbreak" phones and do what you like with them?

I really don't know, just, give me recommendations if you please, chaps.
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>> No. 22996 Anonymous
23rd August 2014
Saturday 12:45 am
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>>22988
I don't think it's surprising that they're not going to go out of their way to make it easy for people to fuck around with things they don't intend to be fucked around with.

>>22990
>I basically concluded on the Sony because like I said, I will mainly want to use it for music, and I imagine the whole walkman lark will make that slightly more tolerable
Nope. There's nothing particularly phenomenal about the Z2's sound quality. It's about as good as you'd expect from a decent smartphone, no more, no less.

>But yeah I'm interested in the customisation aspect of CM- I'm the kind of person who never leaves my computer with the standard Windows theme, I always have to make it look nice and use custom icons and whatnot. I've seen threads on the other place where people have tricked their phones out in some very snazzy ways, is this what makes that possible?
That's nothing to do with CM. Stock Android is very much open to customisation with custom launchers and icons etc. Samsung have something called Touchwiz on top of the stock android interface which prevents you from easily messing around with it.

There isn't really any compelling reason for the average "power user" (ugh) to root their phone or install a custom ROM any more. It used to be mandatory if you wanted to get the most out of your phone, now it's the opposite: you're giving yourself the potential for serious headaches for not much reward. Even if you want the tweaks CM offers which you can't get through stock, the Xposed module Gravitybox allows you to access pretty much all of them with less fuss.

>The flaw with the Z2 is that it seems to be fucking massive
Honestly it doesn't sound like the Z2 is the phone for you at all. I'd suggest waiting for the Z2 compact, or picking up the Z1 compact now. Or getting a Moto G 4G, seeing as you really don't seem to need the higher end features those phones offer, and its OS is somewhat closer to stock.
>> No. 22997 Anonymous
23rd August 2014
Saturday 1:55 am
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>>22991

In what way? Going to have to be a bit more specific chap.

>>22996

Hmm, I see. Well that's food for thought- It seems I know less about these things than I had previously thought. Admittedly I am a complete ignorant cunt when it comes to Android as frankly I simply don't like it, I just accept that it's pretty much the only choice in mobiles right now.

The compact phones don't appeal to me much because the trend seems to be that the specs are cut down along with the size. I want something reasonably futureproof, so I seem to be stuck looking at the fucking massive shit they call "portable" nowadays. Funny how a few years ago it was the smaller the better.

Honestly the entire mobile market right now kind of disagrees with me. I really just don't like the way things have gone, so whatever I get, it's probably going to be a comprimise of features I do and don't like. Cheers for the advice anyway though lads.
>> No. 22998 Anonymous
23rd August 2014
Saturday 2:46 am
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>>22997

>The compact phones don't appeal to me much because the trend seems to be that the specs are cut down along with the size. I want something reasonably futureproof, so I seem to be stuck looking at the fucking massive shit they call "portable" nowadays. Funny how a few years ago it was the smaller the better.

Bigger is definitely better with modern phones. Old phones could be miniaturised because they did absolutely bugger all, so it didn't matter if they had a tiny screen and a puny battery. These days, screen size is vitally important because phones are typically used like mini-tablets; Bigger phones can cram in a much bigger battery, necessary for powering multi-core processors and 4G radios. Screen surface area increases with the square of the diagonal, so a 6" screen has 44% more area than a 5" screen and 224% more area than a 4" screen. Screen sizes have been progressively increasing as users have understood the value of having a big screen for web browsing, video watching and ebook reading.

The general rule is to go for the biggest phone that will fit your pockets and your hands. I prefer devices in the 6" class because I nearly always wear a blazer or suit jacket. Keeping a phone in your trouser pockets generally limits you to about 5", give or take half an inch. Most women struggle to get a secure grip on anything much bigger than 5" or at least that's what I keep telling my wife.

A lot of people find it useful to have a small, cheap second phone that they don't mind losing or breaking - a Samsung Galaxy Y or a basic Nokia makes an ideal phone for going out on the piss or going jogging with.

If you really don't care at all about screen size, then a touchscreen phone might not be the best choice; There is still a lot of merit in having a physical keyboard, as on a Blackberry.
>> No. 22999 Anonymous
23rd August 2014
Saturday 1:10 pm
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>>22990
>I basically concluded on the Sony because like I said, I will mainly want to use it for music, and I imagine the whole walkman lark will make that slightly more tolerable. I'm not even going to consider Samsung; despite being very happy with my SII, every model subsequenlty has been ugly, and the software crap (hated using my girlfriends S4).
I have an Experia E and it's rammed full of Sony shitware that can't be removed. If you're trying to dodge proprietary software I wouldn't go looking for a Sony smartphone.
>> No. 23000 Anonymous
23rd August 2014
Saturday 1:44 pm
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>>22997
>The compact phones don't appeal to me much because the trend seems to be that the specs are cut down along with the size. I want something reasonably futureproof, so I seem to be stuck looking at the fucking massive shit they call "portable" nowadays. Funny how a few years ago it was the smaller the better.
Not really with Sony. The Z1 compact was notable for going against trend and retaining an almost identical featureset to the Z1 in a smaller handset. The Z2 looks to do the same.

Also, when you say you want something futureproof, what do you mean? What is it you actually intend to do with your phone?

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>> No. 22974 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 3:15 pm
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Do any of the free audio editors have an autoplay feature on their open dialogue?
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>> No. 22977 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 3:24 pm
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>>22976
Oh, you might be screwed then. Ardour is a Linux/Mac only program.
>> No. 22978 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 3:29 pm
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I used to use SoundForge for one-click previewing of waves but my old bootlegs won't work on Windows 7 and it looks like newer versions are bloated monstrosities which are a lot of faffing about to crack (judging by torrent comments).
>> No. 22979 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 4:09 pm
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I've just found an obscure old piece of freeware which does it. It's called SampleTagger.
>> No. 22980 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 4:18 pm
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>>22974
Have you tried any of them? If so, have you Rd asking them to put that feature in?
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22nd August 2014
Friday 4:52 pm
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>>22980

I tried Wavosaur and WaveShop and Wave Editor and none of them have it. I haven't asked anyone to put the feature in because I've only looked at the aforenamed programs very briefly so it's not like I have a particular loyalty to any one or its features.

I just wanted the most SoundForge-ish one really. I haven't even checked if you can zoom in and out with the arrow keys on the free ones or anything. I've not had cause to edit audio for months. I just had a load of samples I wanted to preview quickly.

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>> No. 22942 Anonymous
19th August 2014
Tuesday 1:46 pm
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Gosh, that's pretty clever. And scary.

Alpha generation knife-missle?

http://phys.org/news/2014-08-navy-drone-aircraft-carrier-plane.html
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>> No. 22953 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 1:59 am
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>>22952

because I couldn't find a picture of him playing the flute okay?
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20th August 2014
Wednesday 1:59 am
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>>22952

because I couldn't find a picture of him playing the flute okay?
>> No. 22955 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 11:25 am
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>>22952
Best Bond.
>> No. 22956 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 12:09 pm
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>>22955
Apart from all the ones not called George.

Yes, I'm still bitter that possibly the best of the stories was given to a model from the Colonies.
>> No. 22957 Anonymous
20th August 2014
Wednesday 2:57 pm
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>>22946
Which will be referred to as "irreversible unintentional failure in the flight termination ground equipment," leading to "fail-safe flight termination mode".

http://www.jmargolin.com/uavs/jm_rpv2_npl_09.pdf

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>> No. 22376 Anonymous
30th June 2014
Monday 3:34 pm
22376 Security Blogs
About a year I came across a BBC tech news article about a U.S security researcher/journalist called Brian Krebs, who had been sent heroin in the mail by Russian/Eastern European cyber criminals in an attempt to frame him as a smack dealer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23502300

Curious as to who this man was, I checked out his website: krebsonsecurity.com and have been checking it near daily since. He recently broke the news about the Target breach, was the first journalist to be swatted and also the first to report on the Stuxnet worm.

I recently started to check out welivesecurity.com which is run by ESET, it's ok but the articles rarely go into the same degree of depth. I've also seen a few good articles on http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/ but haven't got to the point of checking that regularly yet.

So I'm wondering if people here have any other recommendations? Krebs has a 'blog roll' on his site but aside from checking out each of those links, was hoping some fellow fa.gs might be able to point me towards a few other good security blogs.

pic related, and his story: https://krebsonsecurity.com/2013/07/mail-from-the-velvet-cybercrime-underground/

I know someone started a 'good blog' thread over in /news/ but this is security specific, hence /g/
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>> No. 22550 Anonymous
18th July 2014
Friday 3:11 pm
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Some guy had a dead hand system and ended up in hospital, so his computer assumed he was dead and deleted his stuff.
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jul/17/security-researcher-nukes-files-dead-hand
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18th July 2014
Friday 3:46 pm
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>>22550
Seems it also sent it to his mates though, so not the end of the world in getting it back from them.
>> No. 22618 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 3:23 pm
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http://krebsonsecurity.com/2014/07/hackers-plundered-israeli-defense-firms-that-built-iron-dome-missile-defense-system/

Favourite comment about this on Slashdot, "Looks like they could use an irone dome for their network too."
>> No. 22759 Anonymous
8th August 2014
Friday 11:08 pm
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This isn't a blog but is fascinating reading all the same.
http://suelette.home.xs4all.nl/underground/justin/contents.html
>> No. 22931 Anonymous
18th August 2014
Monday 10:45 am
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Intriguing;

http://krebsonsecurity.com/2014/08/lorem-ipsum-of-good-evil-google-china/

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>> No. 22862 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 11:22 am
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Levitating bluetooth speaker, anyone? Sure it's a gimmick, but it's a pretty cool one.

It'd be interesting to hear the sound quality. The video is basically them just going on about the concept, and a couple of flashes of the prototype. I'd be weary of investing in one at this stage, but it'd be a great talking piece at parties and get-togethers.

http://www.omone.com/
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>> No. 22906 Anonymous
15th August 2014
Friday 2:11 pm
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>>22905
I think we both know you're just determined to be insulted either way.

Try calling your mum to come round, she might kiss the boo-boo better.
>> No. 22907 Anonymous
15th August 2014
Friday 2:12 pm
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>>22900
Ah, good old Andre Geim. Still the only person to have received both Nobel and Ig Nobel prizes as an individual. Speaking of which, this year's Ig ceremony is on 18th September. We had a British (well, Scottish) team win last year for making two related discoveries:
>First, that the longer a cow has been lying down, the more likely that cow will soon stand up; and Second, that once a cow stands up, you cannot easily predict how soon that cow will lie down again.
>> No. 22908 Anonymous
15th August 2014
Friday 3:08 pm
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>>22907
Yup. You know a scientist is brilliant when he includes his hamster as a co-author.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921452600007535

>H.A.M.S. ter Tisha
>> No. 22909 Anonymous
15th August 2014
Friday 3:20 pm
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>>22908
On the 2010 Nobel:
>Upon hearing of the award he said, "I'm fine, I slept well. I didn't expect the Nobel Prize this year", and that his plans for the day would not change.
>> No. 22910 Anonymous
15th August 2014
Friday 5:39 pm
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>>22908
My other half reads a lot of books co-written by cats. There's shitloads of them out there.

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>> No. 22008 Anonymous
28th May 2014
Wednesday 3:50 pm
22008 CPUs
Alright lads, I've been trying to play some games lately (Watch Dogs, the new Wolfenstein) and things have been a bit laggy. It doesn't matter how much I fiddle with the graphics options, the stuttering remains. I've run GPU-Z and it shows the card utilisation at about 25% so I'm ruling out the GPU as being the bottleneck.

Since I've got 8GB RAM and the game is running on an SSD, I'm ignoring those. I've also tried shutting down all background applications, made no difference. I've monitored Task Manager and there's nothing untoward going on (apparently some scamp bundled a Bitcoin miner with the cracked copy of Watch Dogs on some of the torrent sites, I'm confident that's not the issue here).

This leads me to assume the bottleneck is the CPU. It's an E8400 Core 2 Duo, 6M cache. When I compare it to modern CPUs, it often still wins or is only marginally beaten (in terms of per-core performance) by the cheaper options. I was hoping that a board and CPU bundle at this point would handily trounce it even at the lower end (£100-150) but that doesn't seem to be the case.

Will simply having more cores fix my gaming issues, do games just expect four cores these days? Is there a cheap way to get a decent upgrade, maybe an older high-end chip? I was looking at the AMD chips since they're cheap but the performance seems a bit shit, frankly.
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>> No. 22880 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 6:00 pm
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>>22879

I have a 7200rpm hitachi 1TB in the pre built I am just going to recycle into the new build, plus a 600w corsair PSU I stole from my Wife's old rig when she was selling off the bits to CeX last year so that would drop the price a bit too. Thanks for that link, lad.

I want to be able to at least run the Witcher 3 on it without too much of an issue as I've been looking forward to it for a while now.
>> No. 22881 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 6:01 pm
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>>22880
>a 600w corsair PSU I stole from my Wife's old rig
As long as it's not a CX series you should be fine with this.
>> No. 22882 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 6:04 pm
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>>22881

It's a CX600M. Bad?
>> No. 22886 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 6:39 pm
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>>22882
The CX series is pretty poor quality for the price. I wouldn't advise someone buying a new power supply to spend money on one, but if you already have one lying around I guess you might as well use it.
>> No. 22888 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 6:43 pm
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>>22882
Historically they weren't great on efficiency, had issues with regulation if you put any heavy load on them, and handled spikes and interruptions pretty poorly compared to their other lines. IIRC they were also build by different OEMs to the TX/HX/AX range. That said, Corsair tend not to put their name on shit PSUs, and you're getting it for free. If it's less than three years old you'll likely still get some life out of it. Apparently the -M series are modular to some degree, so you've got that in your favour too. I'd have passed on a second-hand non-modular unit if only because replacing it involves the equivalent of open heart surgery, as opposed to the ease of replacing a modular unit.

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>> No. 22565 Anonymous
22nd July 2014
Tuesday 3:09 pm
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-28374457
http://www.vg247.com/2014/07/22/britain-just-decriminalised-online-game-piracy/

>Starting next year, up to four warnings annually will be sent to households suspected of copyright infringement.
>But if people ignore the warnings, no further action will be taken.

Well this is unexpected
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>> No. 22854 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 6:51 pm
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>>22853
They don't perceive the sound. That might be "different", but it's not the same as perceiving the sound differently.
>> No. 22857 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 10:31 pm
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>>22854
I'd say that failing to perceive something is a very different perception of it than perceiving it entirely.
>> No. 22858 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 11:19 pm
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>>22857
It's not a perception of it though, is it? It's not perceiving it.
>> No. 22859 Anonymous
12th August 2014
Tuesday 11:20 pm
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>>22857
I'd say you know the topography of your own navel far too well.
>> No. 22860 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 12:29 am
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>>22858
Tree, fall, nobody, etc.

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>> No. 22797 Anonymous
10th August 2014
Sunday 8:09 pm
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I'm working on a project at University that involves a lot of groupwork and collaboration online.

One of the group members has suggested a Facebook group to do this.

What other alternatives are there? Diaspora comes to mind but there must be others.
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>> No. 22823 Anonymous
10th August 2014
Sunday 10:40 pm
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>>22822
Ok anon thanks for correcting my mistake.
>> No. 22824 Anonymous
10th August 2014
Sunday 10:41 pm
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>>22819
Not him, but a wiki is just a set of openly editable pages. Versioning is a bonus - the original wiki didn't have it until it had been implemented elsewhere, and some implementations still don't have it. If Reddit's is not a wiki it'll be because it's not openly editable. Which I have no idea whether it is or not.
>> No. 22825 Anonymous
10th August 2014
Sunday 10:51 pm
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>>22824
It depends on the subreddit. Some are edit-able by all users, some edit-able by users with a certain karma score on the subreddit, some by mods only, etc. Some don't even have one.
>> No. 22826 Anonymous
11th August 2014
Monday 12:17 am
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Email, OP? You can have a running conversation, attach files when need be, the only danger is people replying to the same email at the same time, can you handle the danger?
>> No. 22835 Anonymous
11th August 2014
Monday 6:36 pm
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>>22812
Amen ladm8.

>>22826
Emails can get messy, especially in a group of ten.

I'm probably just going to go with this https://wiggio.com

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