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File: 99f672d67506003⋯.png (525.18 KB, 1289x572, 1289:572, fedirino.png)

 No.1007449[Reply]

>Home security

>online privacy

>PC and data destruction methods

>How to hide questionable images, video, audio, etc. (stenography)

-==COMMON BULLSHIT==-

>B-but I dont have anything to hide!

https://chronicle.com/article/Why-Privacy-Matters-Even-if/127461/

>B-but if you've done nothing wrong you should have nothing to hide!

If I've done nothing wrong there is no reason to search me.

-==TOOLS TO USE==-

>LiveUSB/LiveCD Review v1.1

http://pastebin.com/BbmZ8hiR

>Web Posting Assessment v.2

http://imgur.com/T8q7eB0

>TrueCrypt 7.1a [Last official release]

https://www.grc.com/misc/truecrypt/truecrypt.htm

http://istruecryptauditedyet.com/

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Encryption

>The Paranoid #! (now #!!) Security Guide

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 No.1045740

>>1029977

>modern disk controllers do all sorts of clever things that make it harder to digitally erase

noob. the controllers even have cache now, all strings of file names, it's own computer with its very own network and 3G wireless network stack. It even has a microphone which is used for spying and safely idling when there's strong background acoustics.

>destroying drive that can still be put together

>not heating it up


 No.1049913

Fuck de fed


 No.1050174

>>1007449

>tfw shitposting box is librebooted, full disk encrypted and hardened

Wow.


 No.1050221

>>1050174

>Wow.

I take it this is not standard practice where you come from?


 No.1053188

So what is the security status of the raspberry pi exactly? I know it has some non-free components but is it actually botnet? I'm fairly certain it has nothing on par with ME/similar. What's bad about it and what's good?




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 No.1042725[Reply]

https://archive.fo/0z3G2

>Microsoft has announced that it is bringing its latest API, DirectX 12, to Windows 7 and the first game that can take advantage of it is World of Warcraft.

>Microsoft has also stated that it is currently working with a few other game developers to port their D3D12 games to Windows 7, and it will make further announcements about these plans in the near future.

>Microsoft claims that the best DirectX 12 performance will always be on Windows 10, and that’s because Windows 10 contains a number of OS optimizations designed to make DirectX 12 run even faster.

I guess it's a good thing but I can't help to wonder why they're doing this now. Aren't there only like 6 DX12 only games? How long until WINE has support for DX12?

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 No.1043065

>>1042877

>>1042889

>>1042903

Nah, he's still a dirty currynigger sociopath (oxymoron I know).

They won't be releasing a general purpose DX12 runtime installer. Support will be embedded in only a few select games,and only for Windows 7, no 8 or 8.1 - though I expect the community might be able to hack in support for these versions, too.

Unless this changes and they release a general purpose DX12 installer that's also compatible with 8 and 8.1, pajeetsoft is not based at all.


 No.1043075

File: 7a2d8ea6b29a92b⋯.webm (5.3 MB, 240x180, 4:3, Developers-KMU0tzLwhbE.webm)

>>1042914

>not posting the original from macaddict


 No.1052869

>>1042938

your gay


 No.1052871

>>1043075

>macaddict

Is that still around? They had some of the coolest cd-rom's and some decent tips in their magainze.


 No.1052953




File: 243d861bffeb260⋯.jpg (6.79 KB, 190x265, 38:53, images(6).jpg)

 No.1051002[Reply]

>ctards and lispcucks still don't know what the best language is

Have you mastered the STACK, yet maties?

Whatcha

>computing

>controlling

>compiling

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 No.1052898

File: 66656d73917de20⋯.pdf (1.39 MB, SuperFORTH_Micro_Manual.pdf)

File: f430808dda1012f⋯.png (69.41 KB, 653x265, 653:265, supermicro.png)


 No.1052899

File: e5a5be647707f90⋯.pdf (4.02 MB, SuperFORTH_Artificial_Inte….pdf)

File: 90c97b14a3b1046⋯.png (27.8 KB, 474x206, 237:103, forthai.png)


 No.1052900

File: d89f555af7eee5c⋯.pdf (1.63 MB, SuperFORTH_Extended_Math_P….pdf)

File: 0f4ed6fc3fe7c21⋯.png (95.12 KB, 683x361, 683:361, supermath.png)


 No.1052927

>>1052912

>hurr durr hardware bad because it doesn't cater to LISP

unbased

>Even Windows does this better

Windows NT is a well designed kernel. It definitely is better than Linux.

>muh multics

It's getting old. Nobody on /tech/ cares about that shit.

Post instead about how shit C is. This triggers /tech/.

I rate your whole post unbased/10.


 No.1052933

>>1052912

>and full of bad choices like array decay and null-terminated strings that can't be faster in hardware than they are in software.

D wins again.




File: 7b951f9ad4f59ee⋯.jpg (23.31 KB, 418x438, 209:219, terry.jpg)

 No.1038295[Reply]

Aryan Public License

Copyright (c) <year> <copyright holders>

Any white person is free to copy, modify, publish, use, compile, sell or distribute

this software, either in source code form or as a compiled binary, for any purpose,

commercial or non-commercial, and by any means.

Previously stated rights do not apply if the user is of non-European origin

or has black skin color. Also, neither source code or a compiled binary

may be provided to groups described in previous statement.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED AS IS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,

EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF

MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.

IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR

OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE,

ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR

OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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 No.1052888

>>1051569

hitler had blue eyes


 No.1052907

File: ee7d5a6b5ede5e7⋯.png (2.31 MB, 600x4486, 300:2243, x_isnt_white2.png)

NO NIGGERS ALLOWED PUBLIC LICENSE

Version 1, January 1488

Copyright (C) 1488 Sam Hyde <sam@hydeberg.il>

Everyone who is not a nigger is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim or modified

copies of this license document, and changing it is allowed as long as you do not allow niggers.

NO NIGGERS ALLOWED PUBLIC LICENSE

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION

0. Do not be a nigger.

I was doing the GPL but it's too boring even after you replace all "you"s with "the nigger"


 No.1052910

>>1052907

This mutt has gone nuts!


 No.1052911

>>1052907

Another mutt that desperately wants to be included as an anglo.


 No.1052932

>>1052907

HE CAN'T KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH IT




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 No.1051559[Reply]

About time we had a thread on home grown tech. Hobbyist stuff and pet engineering projects

>What'cha buildin?

>How far along is it?

>What'cha just finished?

>What just exploded?

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 No.1052915

>>1052491

Look up "Faraday cage". Shielding wifi doesn't make sense. Switch to laser or cable instead. Directional antennas if you don't care about leakage in lobes.


 No.1052917

>>1052491

So you want to allow propagation of the electro-magnetic field only in a specific direction?

That's called a cable.


 No.1052919

>>1052917

EMF,ELF, and heat.


 No.1052921

>>1052870

university


 No.1052931

I'm pretty interested in learning about hobby electronics. Do you guys have any books or resources recommended for newfags?




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 No.1052798[Reply]

Sounds like someone's salty about his dealer getting arrested.

>Despite Facebook's repeated warnings that law enforcement is required to use "authentic identities" on the social media platform, cops continue to create fake and impersonator accounts to secretly spy on users. By pretending to be someone else, cops are able to sneak past the privacy walls users put up and bypass legal requirements that might require a warrant to obtain that same information...

>EFF is now calling on Facebook to escalate the matter with law enforcement in the United States. Facebook should take the following actions to address the proliferation of fake/impersonator Facebook accounts operated by law enforcement, in addition to suspending the fake accounts.

<As part of its regular transparency reports, Facebook should publish data on the number of fake/impersonator law enforcement accounts identified, what agencies they belonged to, and what action was taken.

<When a fake/impersonator account is identified, Facebook should alert the users and groups that interacted with the account whether directly or indirectly.

https://archive.is/wQXfM

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 No.1052913

There's no way to keep cops from doing this. If EFF wasn't controlled opposition they'd use this as proof of the need to abandon facebook altogether.


 No.1052922

You niglets realize American Police have special profiles that can access any data on your accounts right? this was leaked back in 2013


 No.1052924

>>1052922

Yes, /tech/ has some people living under gnu/rock. Next they are going to be surprised about cops handheld sms sniffers.


 No.1052928

>>1052922

I didn't know the NSA were the police.


 No.1052952

>>1052798

>nose

kekd




File: b3988cf1124bcd7⋯.png (150.06 KB, 1013x1197, 1013:1197, Screenshot_2019-04-14_00-1….png)

 No.1052707[Reply]

The cyberpunk vore community known as SYSTEM/D/ has gorged itself on another hapless victim, MACsec.

>Media Access Control Security (MACsec) is an 802.1AE IEEE industry-standard security technology that provides secure communication for all traffic on Ethernet links. MACsec provides point-to-point security on Ethernet links between directly connected nodes and is capable of identifying and preventing most security threats.

https://github.com/systemd/systemd/commit/b51629ad849cac72d4d41481e2082cdfdd0107ab

How many more victims will feed this vore+expansion fetishist's fantasies?

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 No.1052837

File: 7f3fdf4bd71f98b⋯.gif (3.99 MB, 426x284, 3:2, systemd.gif)

FEED MEEEEEE


 No.1052878

>vrf

get your poetterhands off vrf


 No.1052882

>>1052832

How so?


 No.1052908

Wow lookit how pissed off our shills are at this thread.


 No.1052909

>>1052908

look at how pissed the people are in this thread. systemd is nothing if you don't use it.




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File: 20318fb50c9db13⋯.pdf (3.14 MB, bh-asia-Goryachy-Ermolov-I….pdf)

 No.1048410[Reply]

>Security researchers have discovered a previously unknown feature in the Intel chipsets, which could allow an attacker to intercept data from the computer memory. The feature called Intel Visualization of Internal Signals Architecture (Intel VISA) is said to be a utility that is bundled by the chipmaker for testing on the manufacturing lines. Although Intel doesn't publicly disclose the existence of Intel VISA and is extremely secretive about it, the researchers were able to find several ways to enable the feature on the Intel chipsets and capture the data from the CPU.

>As a per presentation made by the researchers Mark Ermolov and Maxim Goryachy of Positive Technologies at the ongoing Blackhat Asia 2019 conference in Singapore, their exploits of the Intel chipsets don't require any hardware modifications or special equipment. One of the techniques shared by the researchers involved vulnerabilities detailed in Intel-SA-00086 advisory that give access to Intel Management Engine (Intel ME), in turn helping enable VISA. Access to Intel VISA makes the computer's entire data vulnerable and obtainable for the attacker.

https://gadgets.ndtv.com/laptops/news/intel-visa-sa-00086-exploit-researchers-computer-data-access-2014854

https://archive.fo/dMirw

So these are the details of how they read 'encrypted cloud data' in data centers.

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 No.1050804

>>1050721

Is none of this mitigated with coreboot?

>>1049261

Breaking into the houses of their top level engineers and torturing them for information sounds more feasible tbh


 No.1050808

>>1050804

Me_cleaner is included with coreboot and can help with some me attacks. Coreboot can help against uefi attacks. Lots of the recent intel exploits are against the cpu though.


 No.1051521

>>1050721

How do I watch Positive Technology presentations? I don’t see them on their website.


 No.1052705

>>1048410

People still using kike products? Ha


 No.1052866

>>1048587

>disable hardware virtualization

Don't virtually all recent hypervisors require h/w virtualization enabled (VT-x and/or VT-d etc.)?




File: 301146b0e76138d⋯.png (3.57 KB, 110x80, 11:8, index.png)

 No.1048667[Reply]

The Install Gentoo wiki is more or less dead. I have become the primary contributor to it. (I am https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/User:Se7en1) As the new primary contributor, I contacted bannanafish in an attempt to get admin status but he has not responded.

Anyway, we have an official wiki and none of you are taking part in it. I implore you all to begin editing it again to ensure accurate information.

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Main_Page

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 No.1051482

>oy vey that's not clean code

See this is why we need a wiki. In order to educate these people out of their coder echo chambers. Read a book you plebs.

 One input argument is the next best thing to no arguments. 
SetupTeardownIncluder.render(pageData) is pretty easy to understand.


 No.1051574

>>1051456

>Now you want to define addition with numbers for every data type in your language?

Are you perhaps retarded? I was just pointing that mathematically, "procedures" are just a special case of functions. Because you said

>If there is no input, it's not a function.

which is wrong.

>Are you going to start saying that variables are now functions too?

This is what variables are in functional languages. There's no actual difference.


 No.1052827

File: 7ab48ec32daeb0b⋯.png (146.47 KB, 1366x768, 683:384, 2019-04-15-101605_1366x768….png)

>>1051101

yea this was why i switched to cloveros, i'm downloading packages at 200mbit downloading from every mirror simultaneously


 No.1052835

>>1050700

I understand this and I'm looking for alternatives.

>>1050703

Is Portage as easy to use as APT or YUM?

>>1050714

I'm not joking. I've been an Ubuntu / Debian user since I started. I've only occasionally used OpenSUSE, Fedora, etc.

Fuck it I'm going to try out Gentoo. Can't fucking hurt.


 No.1052864

>>1051101

Gentoo is indeed the meta distribution, of course it's going to be more complex. If you're okay with others choosing what init or libc you must use (this includes the BSDs), fine, but don't go all "muh oldfag cred" over us. The advantages I listed are real, but the two real reasons are: I can escape the freedesktop braincancer "easily" and it's simply less worse than other GNU/Linux distros.

>BSDs

Every BSD has major turnoffs:

>Free

SJWland and has no clear vision except "we want to be like GNU/Linux!" with the same bloat.

>Open

Python tier about ignoring performance issues and its port tree makes Debian stable look bleeding edge. Other issues like GPL kiddie hatred and lack of FS at least as good as XFS.

>Net

Nice but lacks a modern FS.

>Dragonfly

Currently very WIP (aarch64, hammer2, ravenports, etc...) and lacks µarch support, but very promising.

Honestly, I'm looking at the last two more and more, but it's hard to justify leaving Linux and its generally higher performance level. Especially since only Dfly's synth and soon ravenports look like a worthy Portage replacement.

>Plan 9

Come on, mate. Like everyone here, I think it should have replaced UNIX, as it was supposed to, but it's dead and buried now. Don't cling to some tranny loving shitposter club for you OS needs.




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File: 6ee7f8344d92c5a⋯.pdf (572.47 KB, php-the-right-way.pdf)

File: ff9c923728d9653⋯.pdf (3.47 MB, the-unix-haters-handbook.pdf)

 No.1029964[Reply]

Can we get a /tech/ book thread going? Post them if you got them.

I'm looking for good book for learning Lua programming, if anyone has one.

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 No.1038191

File: bed50604548f568⋯.pdf (2.23 MB, The_Django_Book_-_Unknown.pdf)

Have the django book before the people took it down from the website.


 No.1048177

File: 7f1e62d75c5cccc⋯.pdf (2.11 MB, wpg.pdf)

File: 9a1e75886837d16⋯.pdf (2.73 MB, c1893280.pdf)

PL/I autism


 No.1048394

does anyone have C++ Templates: A Complete Guide 2ndEd?


 No.1048395

>>1030058

sudo apt-get remove rust* libstd-rust* cargo*

sudo apt-get remove snapd* libsnapd*


 No.1052810

Bump for knowledge




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 No.1052441[Reply]

put here your batch programs (OP)

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 No.1052793

>>1052441

If you have anything to share you can post in the already existing shell thread: >>1003160


 No.1052794

>>1052793

this post exclusive for ms-dos script


 No.1052844

>using dos in 2019

What are you fucking retarded or something?


 No.1052855

>>1052844

i use the windows cmd for git and fun


 No.1052867

>>1052844

kys. people can choose what they want to use. DOS is a lightweight system and easy to use.




File: e4f4c8010312078⋯.png (11.63 KB, 265x314, 265:314, Tux.png)

 No.1052515[Reply]

I have been noticing a lot of people have been picking up Linux "recently", really since about 2016 I have noticed a huge uptake in Linux use for normie stuff. I started using linux in 2008 and this what I would tell myself in about 2010 - enough to hit what I hear people call the "distro hop".

Install Debian. Over the last 10 years the debian installer has been rock solid at delivering .deb packages to the then hotness filesystem on the then hotness block subsystem, it can handle raid, crypto, lvm and multiple filesystems for interopt fun. If you come from an Arch/Gentoo background and are distro hopping but "look down" on debian, debootstrap install a testing install before you run your mouth near me. Ubuntu or whoever is just a customized debian, Ubuntu in particular set the frame work for both deb and services modifications but for the most part you either get clean cut Ubuntu or Debian with only usually modded services *or* debs - not even mint bothers cutting both and just has a debian and ubuntu version for a reason. So if you are interested and don't mind so called bloat then try the latest 6month cycle of ubuntu. If you are going for lts ubuntu install debian, "lts" or "stable" from any other project is a fucking joke in the face of stretch. Break virtual machines, specifically those you may be interested in "distro hopping" to; it is just your curiosity if they do something better and if you do happen to find something better like openrc or more modern packages just cut the debs yourself, you're also usually not the first and using others debs is no worse than using other's containers in my eyes. From my track record I have gone from Ubuntu to Debian to Suse to RedHat to Arch/Gentoo and in 2015 I learned the seceret to stop distro hopping; install the debian. Or the OpenLinux if it's 98. My point is at the moment the debian ecosystem is the best for getting things that work better else where in it's own system; without issue it supports the most technologies at once if not the most current and up to date technologies. But usually those too due to again, custom cutting ubuntu debs.

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 No.1052790

>>1052789

People who care about systemd shouldn't use nVidia or even Intel.


 No.1052797

File: 4c1dadd1738e873⋯.jpg (17.81 KB, 600x383, 600:383, die-of-old-age.jpg)

>>1052781

Where the hell is 15.0


 No.1052828

>>1052787

>the distro is not for noobs who surrender at the first hardship

In more honest terms, that means the documentation is lacking, missing, if not plain incorrect, and that usability is in the negatives.


 No.1052843

>>1052828

The Gentoo documentation is fine as hell and your average user will still fuck up. Doesn't mean the NixOS documentation isn't lackluster, which it is, just that your average noob will fail before the lack of documentation becomes apparent.


 No.1052872

>>1052515

documentation is too shitty

im not going to hunt for workarounds in some shitty IRC with sjw faggots




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 No.1025269[Reply]

How come we never talk about live distros?

What are your lightweight go-to distros for system recovery/secure things?

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 No.1047666

>parrot not mentioned

How come?


 No.1047871

>>1025269

devuan.


 No.1047873

>>1045652

Eugh. I can't stand those "click anywhere to open the program list" environments.


 No.1047946

>>1047873

Same here. Main reason I quit using Bunsen Labs


 No.1052770

>>1025269

MX Linux is the best imho.




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 No.1028705[Reply]

Can we all agree that windows mobile was and still IS the most advanced mobile OS.

Instead of keeping with this bulldozer of an OS they decided to go after iPlebs and make "smart" phones for dumb people.

For those of you who never used one you are truly missing something.

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 No.1042068

I more miss the times before certain convenient tech existed. The web was a more interesting place before every faggot with a room temperature IQ and an iPhone from mommy and daddy could shit it up. I lamentably didn't have much in the way of tech toys in the nineties and early 2000s, so I can't really miss things like PDAs, palmtops, and IR networking.


 No.1042077

Creative Labs Soundblasters were garbage. SBPro emulation wouldn't do stereo on later cards because they were literally too cheap to implement one line. Their pseudo-midi stuff (compatible to nothing) on later cards was the same thing, literally too cheap to implement it correctly. They also had the shittiest, memory gulping DOS drivers I've ever seen. Their own midi implementation (again, to reduce costs) was a ridiculous cacophony of farty sounds. The only thing Creative Labs was ever good in was marketing and aggressively undercutting the competition at the retailers. There were tons of sound cards that were objectively better.


 No.1042081


 No.1052754

>>1028746

>>1028748

>>1028750

What would the servers use for storage in the cloud, if all hard drives would be "obsolete"?


 No.1052757

>>1052754

tapes and volatile RAM




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 No.1048290[Reply]

So I've been reading about computer and telescopic contact lenses for a while, and it seems so long ago now that the thought of it becoming mainstream tech just isn't even worth pondering. But honestly, it's the only tech leap worth exploring other than virtual goggle style developments (imo). Even bluetooth phone holograms like the proposed "cicret" bracelet seem kinda meh to me now. And I'd also hate to see these contact lenses appear miraculously during the spread of 5G.

Thoughts?

What do you anons feel should be the next big leap?

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 No.1052516

>>1052511

>>1052514

They are supposedly currently working on a functional design of optal ram but who knows if it could work well.

Also, there's this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographic_data_storage, although no idea if it would be the kind of technology used for somthing like an optical computer and its memory


 No.1052537

File: 3e93443eeca70b0⋯.jpeg (27.02 KB, 600x359, 600:359, 5Ddatastorage.jpeg)

>>1052516

>and is capable of recording multiple images in the same area utilizing light at different angles.

Actually very similar to crystal tech, only a different medium.

>Files on the holographic drive can be accessed in less than 0.2 seconds

pretty impressive

I was all into this crystal disk burner back in 2001 or so, I thought it was the coolest thing (not pic related but similar). Gotta see if I run into it again. The discs were CD sized and the unit was like a mini portable fridge.

https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/news/5d-data-storage-how-does-it-work-and-when-can-we-use-it/

link is not it either


 No.1052692

File: 3ef06981a5991a4⋯.jpg (25.09 KB, 363x207, 121:69, optware-hv-card.jpg)

>>1052516

it's pretty neat actually, interesting development.

https://www.manifest-tech.com/media_dvd/dvd_holo.htm


 No.1052718

>>1052692

I remember seeing this on the Discovery channel show Next Step back in the 90's. Same with magnetic ram. Don't know why I haven't heard much about them in the 3 decades since.


 No.1052749

>>1052718

Maybe SD cards replaced them(?)




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