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“Your existence is a momentary lapse of reason.”

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 No.51896[Reply]

My fellow shazbots, it's happened. The EU just passed article 11 and 13 basically aggressive copyright enforcement of all uploaded content, it also includes "link tax". With the content control centers that will be set up, and the new AI that will be build, we are nearing china levels of technocrat-olligarcy. This is the point where we really need to innovate and create alternative platforms for normies, where they are given freedom.

http://archive.is/sNnLm

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 No.52226

>>51896

oh well

browsing net was fun while it lasted


 No.52393

>>52176

No idea where you got the idea that tox had died, there are consistently like 20-40 people on it actively chatting everyday. Swells up on the weekends, Club Cyberia is still going strong.


 No.52398

>>52393

i meant the tox thing we wanted to create

tox by itself isnt dead, sorry for misunderstanding


 No.52406

>>52176

I just tried out this chatroom on tor last night and nobody at all was on it, and the logs of discussion in the scroll two days back didn't amount to much more than 'hey' 'whats up' do you guys actually have interesting discussions there or is it usually like this?


 No.52417

>>52406

we usually have interesting discussions. A lot of that stuff is in members chat. It is a bit lonely on working days and plus I'm too busy to spend time there right now. Really good stuff is on weekends.

Also note that activity peaks around 20 UTC




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 No.36611[Reply]

So I'm about to be homeless. I'm in Europe. No family, no friends, nowhere to go really.

What is the most schway manner I can live my life?

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 No.52317

>>42349

>If you don't have a place to sleep, find a gas station, buy a coffee, take it to a table and don't get up until the morning, you can sleep on your arm.

Yeah, thats now how that works. Those are the rules that apply to middle class people of the correct ethnicity etc. Homeless people might not be allowed to sit at table at all exactly because everyone knows they do this shit. You will get asked to leave, and if you don't you the cops will show up, where I live they don't usually arrest; But if you make yourself a bother to them, you will get arrested routinely. You can also go to the next city, but bigger cities tend to be better for the homeless, there are more people and better social programs. Either way, getting 8 hours of sleep like that isn't going to happen.

>I'm a soon-to-be homeless too, but I'll be doing it willingly.

your fucked. You have no clue.

>planning to get into some art/politics groups

How did you get meme'd so hard.

>wifi passwords+gps data and sell them to people.

Wanna buy some wireless passwords?! The average person has a cell phone, and will not even remotely consider paying a homeless guy on the street for wireless passwords. Also WPA2 is basically not crackable, unlike WEP, and increasingly free hotspots exist.

>Recycler

>Find a tech recycling center and a way to take with you some parts that look fixable

Yeah thats not how that works. "Recylcing Centers" accept e-waste that they part out/repair or scrap for metal. There is no chance they give you e-waste to sell.

>install debian

People will not use linux. I have tried.

>Cracked windows

Or you know, just regular Windows. Most PC Hardware has a Windows COA on it. 7 Product keys active Windows 10. Vista Era hardware will not even run modern web browsers at usable speed anyway. Also most people gauge the performance of a machine based on itPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.52318

>>51928

because it is dead. The phone system literally used to be premised on client side security and obsecurity. Modern phone systems (except perhaps pay phones) don't remotely work that way. Subscribers are identified and authenticated centrally more like logging into a website than allowing client phone to decide when you have paid or not.

Phreaking has decreased in importance as prices on telephony has fallen, and alternatives have emerged (Voip, Whatsapp, Skype, etc).

As it turns out Modern corporations are not completely incompetent, and have enough people working on security that a single individual is incredibly unlikely to be able to take them on, and that if they had the skillset to do so , they would have incentive not to - they could find employment that vastly outstrips the phone bill.

The person talked about using a technician set on an old analog line. This is literally the equivalent to plugging a phone in at someones house. I have no clue how you are supposed to turn this into money. Like the person said, coper lines are falling out us. And having people travel to you to make phone calls on your clunky technician set outside someones house is ridiculous.

But hey man, i have been phreaking wifi for years. I stand outside a cofee shop and plug into the wireless. I haven't figured out how to turn that into brouzouf yet.

Telephony is still intresting from a security perspective. But probably more so to governments and surveilance technology companies producing sting rays, possible attempts to decrypt calls, and dumping mobile phone contents for forensic analysis.


 No.52319

>>51928

because it is dead. The phone system literally used to be premised on client side security and obsecurity. Modern phone systems (except perhaps pay phones) don't remotely work that way. Subscribers are identified and authenticated centrally more like logging into a website than allowing client phone to decide when you have paid or not.

Phreaking has decreased in importance as prices on telephony has fallen, and alternatives have emerged (Voip, Whatsapp, Skype, etc).

As it turns out Modern corporations are not completely incompetent, and have enough people working on security that a single individual is incredibly unlikely to be able to take them on, and that if they had the skillset to do so , they would have incentive not to - they could find employment that vastly outstrips the phone bill.

The person talked about using a technician set on an old analog line. This is literally the equivalent to plugging a phone in at someones house. I have no clue how you are supposed to turn this into money. Like the person said, coper lines are falling out us. And having people travel to you to make phone calls on your clunky technician set outside someones house is ridiculous.

But hey man, i have been phreaking wifi for years. I stand outside a cofee shop and plug into the wireless. I haven't figured out how to turn that into brouzouf yet.

Telephony is still intresting from a security perspective. But probably more so to governments and surveilance technology companies producing sting rays, possible attempts to decrypt calls, and dumping mobile phone contents for forensic analysis.


 No.52357

Just dropping by. If you are german and live in a similar situation feel free to comment.

t. Jobcenter Angestellter


 No.52408

>>36757

I used to work for a homeless shelter, it is always the same shit with people in these positions. The services are there but they always come up with excuses why they can't use them and put these false 'needs' in place to create problems for themselves. The guy should just go back to the fucking UK and stop being a big baby, if he isn't resourceful enough to keep afloat he should go back to his own country and use their services, that is what they are there for afterall.




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 No.52135[Reply]

Looking for individuals interested in creating a private CJDNS network, we can discuss early design, connecting/peering privately as well as work collaboratively to build a community network for /cyber/

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 No.52229

Sorry for doubleposting but also I'm usually available around 22:00UTC if that helps anyone contact me.


 No.52260

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 No.52269

>>52260

works fine for me


 No.52375

bump


 No.52383

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>>52135

What's the status on the cjdns OP?




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 No.52158[Reply]

>>> DEFEND HAMBACHER FOREST, ATTACK RWE|BOELS <<<

hambacherforst.neocities.org

>This is a call out to all hackers, to all crackers, anarchos, crypto anarchos and cypher punks, trolls, to all angry people! It's a call out to everyone, because right now it needs everyone!

The Hambacher Forest is still getting evicted with massive police violence! A journalist already died in this battle against capitalism and brown coal. Two activist already got hurt very badly while getting evicted.

>Because of this we now have to show international resistance! We have to show RWE and the German politics that we do not just take it.<

Please spread the message in your communites!

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 No.52218

>>52207

german energy megacorp


 No.52219

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>>52215

I thought they weren't antifaggots?

The reaction to this thread is weird as fuck.


 No.52358

Bump


 No.52361

>>52358

Fuck off leftyfag. Nobody here likes you, nor cares about your stupid gay ass trees.


 No.52371

>>52361

My guess is that it's bishop trying to bury his larp thread. His friends on leddit are sjwfaggots and (((fellow whites)))




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 No.51630[Reply]

I'm making a new thread by request, because this was on a tech thread and it's totally unrelated.

Weeks ago, I found a zine downtown when I was taking summer classes. I posted some pics here, and people seemed to recognize the art. They think they've linked it to a few reddit users (who may be the same person) and the subreddit /r/corecyberpunk

The zine suggests that there's a group of people calling themselves 'corepunks', because they all hang out on the 'coredump', which is apparently a BBS or something.

In the zine it has a map, and suggests looking for the open WAP 'Coredump', which I found uses a captive portal DNS to send you to a page, that in the code, gives you an email address and a code to send to the email address.

Once you do that, you get a note suggesting you set up a 'dead drop'.

When you go to the dead drop, there's a little plastic bag with a pin and a note that says 'Stay Tuned'.

Some people suggested I stake out the dead drop with a camera and catch them placing it, but when I arrived at the coffee/hukah/headshop The item was already there.

People have suggested I send another email, from another email address, and try to catch them the second time around. I asked my room mate if I could borrow his GoPro, and he's actually pretty interested in it now that I've explained it, so we might try that.

For now, attached, is the image of the pin.

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 No.52283

File: d61f007321762e6⋯.jpg (39.97 KB, 348x400, 87:100, fbba7cd58ad108e24223bc6d74….jpg)

I wonder if he's going to try again.


 No.52296

>>51698

Give me that 5 yen.

>>51705

This handle origin makes more sense:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sneakers_(1992_film)

Start of the second paragraph of the plot says the main character uses the handle "Martin Bishop"


 No.52298

sage


 No.52353

File: 899062eb6587b60⋯.gif (304.38 KB, 700x704, 175:176, lain_laugh.gif)

>>52296

We already know who he is and where he works

>>52298

you're still hanging around like a bad smell bishop?


 No.52392

>>52298

> sage

< doesn't sage

Fag




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 No.48715[Reply]

Lets talk about guns.

Weapons from fiction or irl that are cyberpunk like in approach and aesthetic.

Also if you want to know more about a certain weapon in fiction i'd recommend IMFDB

http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Main_Page

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 No.52254

>>52239

>only tranny approved linux is cyber and allows you to appreciate the genre of cyberpunk


 No.52263

>>52153

>T R I G G E R

>D I S C I P L I N E


 No.52264

>>52254

>GNU/Tranny OS

no, I use openbsd


 No.52273

>>52264

not an argument against this statement nigger

>>52254

>>only tranny approved linux is cyber and allows you to appreciate the genre of cyberpunk

no one cares about your puter kike


 No.52348

File: e92fd4ba5a075a6⋯.jpg (361.56 KB, 1073x753, 1073:753, IMI Uzi iMatronic LS 45 La….jpg)

>>52231

That's pretty sexy.




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 No.50528[Reply]

Teach me about messing around with hardware, old computers are cheap enough to make some dumb projects but I lack the required knowledge to do anything.

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 No.51407

Get the book: Practical ELectronics for Inventors by Simon Monk & co. It is an information gold mine. A good reference when you need basic well phrased definitions and equations.

Get an Arduino/Teensy/ESP32 and start writing microcontroller code. The IDE is very simple and it automates many operations to allow beginners to stay focused on their project. Later on, you can tweak the compiler flags for better code quality or even ditch the IDE and use gcc & avrdude or whatever suits your evolutionary needs at that point.

You should get a sensors pack and start building a device that measures and acts upon the measured data. This would require you to read datasheets and familiarize yourself with the process of discovery.

Once you understand the basics of digital and analog (Debouncing, Sampling, Pulse width modulation, Interrupts, Timers, …) and communications protocols (Serial, SPI, I2C, I2S, …) the rest is up to your imagination.

Get a Raspberry Pi and get aquainted with the environment and stay low level.

Avoid Python at the beginning, do everything in C and assembly if you can.

Get a Lattice ICE40 FPGA (cheap: 1K, 4K, 8K logic elements) and use the "icestorm" open source toolchain to synthesize verilog, generate a bitstream and upload it to the chip. There are many ICE40 boards available: Ico board, ICEZero for Raspberry Pi, Lattice ICEStick, …

Sharpen your coding skills by writing as much code as you can with two optimizations in mind: smaller code size possible, fastest program possible. Also, study whataver code you find in the wilderness and learn to use GDB & objdump (or any equivalent tools).

Take a look at parallel programming: OpenMP, MPI, vectorization, …

Read the underlying hardware's documentation to understand its potential and how to exploit it properly.

I would recommand:

. Introduction to Algorithms, Cormen & co.

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 No.51436

>>51407

Not OP, just wanted to say:

It's great to see a post with this much effort. Nicely done, anon.

Although you may have overshot it a bit. After you're done with the first half, you'll know what to do next to hone your skills yourself. While the other half (C projects) contains great suggestions, at that point you should just focus on what you personally find interesting.


 No.51512

>>50528

Slap RiscOS on a Raspberry Pi. They have some real nice ARM assembly guides.


 No.52278

>>51407

i like the cut of your jib anon


 No.52309

>>51407

Yeah. Don't do this. You will get a Computer Science Education and be making iPhone apps before you know it.

Really it depends on what you actually mean by "hardware".

If you mean you want to do embeded systems, learning C, ASM, OS DEV, algorithims isn't horrible. But you will be doing embedded systems OS stuff. You could read Patterson, learn some electronics (Art of Electornics Hortwiz, Micro Electronica Circuits Sedra Smith), and go learn some logic design, then FPGA's and protype CPU's, but very few people end up designing CPUs.

If by hardware you mean "electronics" , then your fucked. Because , as far my inexpert mind can see, "Analog" is basically dead inasmuch as virtually any signal processesing you want to do is cheaper to do digitally, and easier to do by far digitally than analog. What effectively that means is analog electronics are being replaced by code. So go learn CS, and a "hardware" equilizer is replaced with an infinitely more customizable, cheaper to MASS produce , unrepairable , embeded microprocessor running DSP.

The economics are different of course, for a hobbiest. Its far easier for a hobbyist to construct a physical filter out a couple of analog components than to aquire microprocessor, but the prices on embeded systems are coming down, and people are actually using arduinos now in projects because they are affordable enough.

If by "hardware" you mean PC reapir, then I would half advise you don't do it and go learn CS instead. Hardware is increasingly unrepairable, parts market is absolute garbage because manufacturers don't want to make parts available, and people filling that niche void frequently sell ANYTHING they can find. The market is also flooded with poor but actually acceptable talent - IE. Effectively teenagers with some knowledge who are effectively able to work for little to no wages, and occasionally destroy customer hardware while working on it ("Oh! This laptop has a burned motherboard [because i just burned it]. Diagnostic Complete Quote the Customer")

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 No.52202[Reply]

I think the situation its worse than most people realize: this isn't just poltards going ape over fat trannies with pink hair.

Thats not the point.

Think OWS, what killed it? wall street? the FBI? tea party?

Nah, it was the SJWs destroying it from the inside-out with retarded shit like the progressive stack where a retarded black transexual on a wheelchair had more priority because of his "condition" than a normal guy, even if the later had something actually relevant to say.

Its fairly obvious by now that it was no coincidence: the SJWs didn't merely stumble on OWS, they were sent to destroy it. Lots of prominent SJWs have visible ties with prominent megacorps, shady foundations, neocon think tanks and obscure social engineering government agencies. DIGRA is proof of this.

Linux has been the forefront of the FOSS movement for decades, and thats a big pain in the ass for megacorps and governments. Despite the apparent complexity it is easy to get a used laptop and run Tails. Its not 100% foolproof but most agencies would have a really hard time finding you, just look at the silk road case. Spying on people that use FOSS is not impossible but it is several orders of magnitude harder than spying on the average NPC with its portable wiretapping device (aka: unrooted phone) and his accounts on every honeypot social network. It is so hard to spy on people who use FOSS that many agencies have to rely on old detective work which is slow and expensive af.

So FOSS has to go, but how? Well with SJWs. Its genius really: instead of just banning Linux which is impossible they go around this and throw poison inside the community. There's already the possibility that angry derezzed contributors to the Linux repo might take their code with them which would completely wreck the project. And even if nothing that severe happens the stupid nonsensical shit SJWs bring with them always drives valuable people away, and thats because with their anti-meritocracy all SJWs do is put retards on the helm.

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 No.52286

File: ccef3aaca95763b⋯.png (743.52 KB, 700x556, 175:139, stormfag.png)


 No.52287

>>52286

Children, play nice.


 No.52288

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>>52257

>what about cyberpunk do you faggots even enjoy?

The cyberpunk genre depicts a dystopian future in which the nation-state has been essentially destroyed and replaced with multinational corporations. It's literally a scenario where multicultural globalism has run rampant, and is systematically annihilating localized cultures and identities and replacing them with raw, unfiltered consumerism. If you think that /pol/ would fantasize about being the authority figure in such a scenario then you are politically illiterate and don't know anything about their ideology.

>>52202

>Nah, it was the SJWs destroying it from the inside-out with retarded shit

>>52221

>I've been saying this for years. People think I'm nuts for saying it, but the pattern is a little too coincidental.

This is old-hat subversion tactics. Watch Bezmenov. Wars are no longer fought with weapons, but with ideas, and the way to kill your enemy is to infect him with illogical and untenable ideologies to such an extent that his core institutions destabilize and collapse. I wouldn't be surprised if they threatened Linus to get him to quit, so that the growing SJW movement could take advantage of the power vacuum to push through this bullshit.

>>52241

>The connections between big tech, intelligence agencies and "social activism" are insane.

The modern left will throw a fit about rich white men and corporate corruption, but won't bat an eye when multinationals and NGOs directly fund, support, and promote social justice movements.


 No.52291

>>52288

>but won't bat an eye when multinationals and NGOs directly fund, support, and promote social justice movements.

well yeah, liberalism is a war doctrine. it is at war with those bodies on behalf of other bodies.


 No.52297

it's all purely (((coincidence))) fellow player characters




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 No.32671[Reply]

post some good synth music shazbots

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 No.52232

>>52230

>Suddenly they are up top and now the right are correct?

Except you arent, its the same billionares on top as always, the only difference is that for some weird reason you are sucking their cock, for FREE


 No.52235

>>52232

Reality is indeed this strange.


 No.52236

>>52227

this. current punk is fash


 No.52237

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>>52230

Have a pepsi hooker


 No.52240

File: f9807452efa477b⋯.png (709.83 KB, 1024x778, 512:389, cybrowka.png)

if you quickly want to extract all the youtube links in this thread [for example to feed them into youtube-dl], here's something for y'all:

https://github.com/kybernetyk/xyt

hf chummers




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 No.51769[Reply]

The modern megacorp trend is to get you on a daily/weekly/monthly payment plan for X service. A good way to dangle the carrot and keep the proles spinning the wheels of commerce. Only to have access to the cloud services, be they: computing power, media libraries, comms, banking, deliveries of goods etc, you must be in constant employ and of good repute. Naturally, you'll have less time to even use the cloud services you sweat for.

To rule you need control, and that means to limit the potential of the citizenry. To "moderate" it to use the megacorps' equivocation. We already have limited access to fuel, electricity, mbps, and next I think computing power. If you don't pay the $34.95/month (vid related) you go stone age.

Is this far fetched? If you consider the normie, and the tech they use, or even yearn for, you see most are content with a smartphone, tablet or lightweight laptop. That's where the demand is. I still don't see the future demand for large production/gaming level systems that may or may not be futureproofed, over the immediacy of cloud computing with lightweight hardware. The affordable monthly fee certainly suits this austere economy better than a $1200+ up front PC build.

So if you plan on needing the PC power, and the hands on access in order to mod/fix your own gear, better get it while you can. I'm just not seeing it around forever without a normie-tier economic demand. Fight the cloud, keep processing power in the hands of the people!

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 No.51895

File: 98924c0effe8519⋯.jpg (159.81 KB, 1940x900, 97:45, bill gates.jpg)

The singularity is here, it's just Bill Gates' balls


 No.52039

>>51878

Linux looks like it might kill itself on its own at this point.


 No.52041

File: 74a180149fa7cca⋯.png (416.79 KB, 720x720, 1:1, java.png)

I actually don't mind the cloud meme so much. If it means I can ignore data-loss from hardware failures, and all it takes is a little encryption/decryption when putting data there, that's fine by me. I'm still waiting on an easy-to-use distributed computing environment though. Spark a shit, TensorFlow a shit, Torch is bloated, I just want a magic "I can build that for the cloud!" compiler.


 No.52044

>>52041

There are definitely advantages, but the main problem is that you're giving all the data you store on the cloud to someone you've never met, and they can and will use it to screw you if they want.


 No.52057




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 No.50629[Reply]

HYPE

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 No.51679

hopefully there will be a lot of depth to the hacking/engineering.


 No.51810

>tfw the new YSL advertising I more cyberpunk than the actual video game

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7BZ3o7saatk

Ha, ha, ha!


 No.51813

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>>51679

That would be cool, like if the hacking was good enough to spend all your time just playing with it. Can you imagine if they got zachatronics to implement these?

I imagine the eng will be a crafting system like other crafting systems, to combine x, y and z. Maybe components will be different levels of quality, maybe some parts wear out quicker than others. Some components can't be bought, can only be ack'ed, rare components.

>>51810

>can't embed

>shares "cyber" advert

>advert

shill

>ha, ha, ha

anyone else get a bad feeling m_bishop never fucked off?


 No.51826

>>51813

I'm not a shill nor your friend mbishop


 No.52053

>>51826

Just a retard then ok




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 No.33280[Reply]

Let's get a thread going about Artificial Intelligence.

If something could act and think completely on its own, would its intelligence even even need to be considered "artificial"?

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 No.51287

I wonder how do some spiritual transcendent retards would appear here from time to time.


 No.51288

>>51282

>>51287

Hit it, I'll take you all on any technical aspect of AI. You've got no idea what you're getting yourselves into.

Retards are the ones who jump to conclusions with minimal experience of self awareness.

Shoot!


 No.51289

>>51288

Sooo … add something? I mean, you've got people talking about 'transcendant machines', people screaming 'retarded monkey brain!', and 'I am the cosmos' …

I'm not saying there's not a single intelligent person on this thread. I'm saying there's not enough of them to have a conversation, through the noise of fucking retards.


 No.51298

>>51289

It's surely a bit weird but from time to time some weird schizo may walk in here, for some reason. They are not that often so you just have to btfo them and they do without causing much trouble. Why would they do that is a mystery that might never be discovered, though. This board is slow, you have to wait if you want something productive. Judging it by looking at a single recent post or conversation is judging the very one person in the thread.


 No.52040

>tfw all current ais are pawns of megacorps who use them to spread propaganda




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 No.21376[Reply]

Post 'em, fuckos.

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 No.51975

File: da652d72992d892⋯.png (3.37 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 9.16.2018 background.png)

this is my non-1337 bg. plz no bully


 No.52002

>>51975

Is that just a lockscreen with conky?

Needs more rice.

Nice font though.


 No.52014

>>52002

its the bg. i run a program that makes the icons scram after 5sec of inactivity so it looks clean. you can set other parameters too, like left click for them to reappear etc. its called autohidedesktopicons. works good.

https://www.softwareok.com/?seite=Microsoft/AutoHideDesktopIcons


 No.52031

>>52014

>Microsoft

At least tell me you're not using Win10.


 No.52032

>>51938

Or something like Redcore or CloverOS if you're a brainlet.




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 No.51351[Reply]

Old thread is still afloat, but it won't open and is near bump-limit, so new one is in order I guess.

Anyway, Zachtronics did a new thing, this time cyberpunk/hacking themed.

Doesn't look that different from his other ones gameplay-wise from trailer though, especially Shenzhen I/O.

and with same issue: looks fun, but why shouldn't I just learn real assembly instead?

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 No.51553

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>>51545

I've been playing for several hours, mostly snes version.

sega version is a lot easier to die in but more forgiving, you can't run away, you must fight, but you're given a gun from the start, feels arcady. Looks great, more cartoonish than the snes version. I'm currently enjoying the snes version a lot more, looks more serious, a few times I was reminded of bladerunner(intro), the matrix(lady walking to the club, follow the white rabbit) and GitS(when you get the shades he looks like batou). Snes version also seems to have some weird story with a talking dog which is currently my main drive to play it more… I swear I'm not a furry, but I do like weird stories, haven't seen anything too weird in the sega version yet but I haven't played it as long as I've played the snes game. sega controls are better, snes controls are a little clunky but you get used to it.

It's definitely worth playing both, both very different.


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>>51553

Shadowrun SNES was my first exposure to cyberpunk. Still had the biggest impact on me of any vidya. The music, the atmosphere. S C H W A Y


 No.51882

I know the term brouzouf is thrown around here a lot, but is EYE actually cyberpunk? There are cyberpunk aspects to its world sure, New Eden is cyberpunk incarnate. But at its core, especially when involving the player character and his story, it is much closer to grimdark.

What are your guys' thoughts?


 No.51902

>>51882

You'll find out the moment you know what is cyberpunk, good luck with that. I'll say it's just a cynical-leaning science fiction.


 No.51913

Anyone played Hackmud recently?




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 No.22274[Reply]

Posting my SFW and NSFW collection of robot, android, modified and other female residents of the coming cyberpunk dystopia.

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>>26445

>DRAKE interplanetary

nice


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 No.50645

Find a booru and dump it


 No.51909

>>26403

>implying you'd want a 3DPD as a waifu

wtf anon




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