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File: 06772b450e04bb1⋯.jpg (454.69 KB, 1440x2960, 18:37, Screenshot_20190704-030429….jpg)

 No.1074980[Reply]

Which app do you prefer to use? What are the advantages and disadvantages of your apps?

I personally use Clover

+It has a very intuitive design, unlike other clients. Browslng, posting gets really comfortable.

+ Themes are nice

- Some features missing for 8ch

- Only supports halfchan and 8ch

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 No.1075109

>>1075015

Android follows Unix philosophy best.

Simple, purpose-specific applications that work well at their task.

General Computing was a mistake.

That's why Fuchsia and other microkernels will win.

The only things bad about smart tv, tablet, phone type purpose-specific arrangements is the surveillance. Which isn't inextricable.

We can have purpose-specific elegance as opposed to your general purpose cancer in our lifetime.

It's like you envy cloacas. I don't want to shit, piss and ejaculate from the same hole, bro


 No.1075144

>>1074980

Kuroba

:shamrock:


 No.1075147

>>1075144

This is awesome


 No.1075153

icecat


 No.1075462

File: 5e548cd78df1252⋯.png (141.13 KB, 1080x1706, 540:853, Screenshot_20190705-165431….png)

using omnichan

it's nice, but i have a feeling it'll be useless soon because of the lack of updates from the dev




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 No.1074890[Reply]

BOTNET PARTIALLY DOWN

>Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram reporting problems sending and receiving images.

NORMIES ON SUICIDE WATCH

YEAR OF THE GNU SOCIAL

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 No.1075066

>>1074890

>top comment is do your job, you filthy wage slave

lol


 No.1075076

>>1075066

t. Normalfag that has to be plugged into Facebook 24/7


 No.1075079

>>1074890

FB insta and whatsapp belong all to zuck. Why no one know this yet?


 No.1075298

>>1075031

Is this the power of autism? He likely meant that it's up by a value of EIGHT TO TWELVE POINTS.


 No.1075442

>>1074890

why do you even know that




File: 6fc01fa32961dee⋯.jpg (1.17 MB, 2816x2624, 44:41, TIMESAND___QDRH.jpg)

 No.1070654[Reply]

I have this disproof of the Riemann hypothesis and I want to use it to come up with the general solution to RSA encryption, and actually all prime factorization encryption algorithms. After disproving RH, what is the next step? Also, thread about RH.

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 No.1074851

File: 7d499db6fc05778⋯.jpg (997.59 KB, 1728x3760, 108:235, TIMESAND___736r87nzyr2enbx….jpg)

>>1074763

It is you all that write those sorts of posts that are the schizo posters. You are posting "schizo."


 No.1074961

File: b90f4091f1eceb4⋯.jpg (88.79 KB, 1240x1754, 620:877, crackpot (1)-page-001.jpg)

>>1074851

Your "paper" has gotten worse. It's clear that you don't know what the meaning of a proposition is when used in mathematical literature, and theorems 1.9 and 1.10 are particularly retarded.

I appreciate that you tried to change your drivel in response to the easily found contradictions I showed you earlier in the thread, but your standard of proof has actually fallen.


 No.1074967

>>1074755

The fact of the matter is that you will never get to accomplish this on account of (((them))) not wanting to give up their grasp on the 3 letter agencies that have been enslaving the white man since the great purge of 1995 that happened no doubt for reasons we will never fully comprehend. The truth is that the government will always be watching, always been and always will be. There is no escape from the hell that is macro and micro scale economics.


 No.1074970

File: 8f9cea8b636e374⋯.jpg (92.55 KB, 400x456, 50:57, TIMESAND___qvle61fswwr3gt4….jpg)

>>1074961

Does it seem to you like I don't even have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree in mathematics? If so, I can tell you exactly why it seems that way. Riemann hypothesis or no (and it's most obviously a yes), there are free energy UFOs with death rays on them flying around as I type this, and that technology is derived from my two independent theories of electrogravity and negative time.

>>1074967

>you will never get to accomplish this on account of (((them)))

You are wrong Pic related, that's my name up there. There's a term in computer science: "rooted." Are you familiar with this term?


 No.1074978

>>1074970

>Does it seem to you like I don't even have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree in mathematics?

Yeah.

>I can tell you exactly why it seems that way.

No need, I fully understand the reason.




 No.1070985[Reply]

Take the triforce chans and masterchan to an extent. They operate in the thinnest of gray areas and are actively used to trade CP. And yet despite all that they keep coming back. The operators are never arrested, the servers are never really touched. All that happens if that their domains get shut down and they play whack-a-mole with global law enforcement. How? They seem to have a reverse proxy or IP trading service called Incrediserve, and I imagine they're probably hosted on some shady Ecatel, Quasi network, bullet proof hosts. But still, how do they stay online and out of jail while obviously hosting child porn and borderline child porn?

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 No.1074609

>>1074607

Don't grt caught.


 No.1074611

>>1074609

thx. will do


 No.1074612

Mchan isn't actually illegal afaik


 No.1074624

>>1074609

>Don't get caught.

How?


 No.1074848

>>1074624

>How?

Remain hidden.




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 No.1067398[Reply]

Been a while since we've had one of these.

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 No.1072477

>>1072316

>spend it getting to know ffmpeg instead.

This. Ffmpeg is sort of confusing to learn but it's a must if you're autistic about your movie collection like I suspect most people on this board are. It's also far superior to tools like openshot when it comes to making webms for 8chan. I always feel pretty 1337 when I master a new feature of ffmpeg and become able use it without turning to stack overflow.


 No.1072494

File: 2eb6072ce2f61a2⋯.jpg (381.49 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, ohreallycatwtf.jpg)

>>1072470

> it wasn't to cite a source, it was to share another video of the band

...which is why you referred to the video post, cited a link, and gave no further explanation.

Makes sense.


 No.1073773

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 No.1074699

>>1067564

How is Netflix any worse than regular TV?


 No.1074844

>>1067482

>realtime pasta.webm

what chan is this?




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 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.1066104

What do you guys think of Factor?


 No.1067259

>>1066104

factor is bloat


 No.1067568

>>1051002

I'm interested OP, please tell me about it

>What is this about

>What makes it different from C and Lisp

>Where is it used

>What can I learn about computing from learning this

>The potential of this


 No.1067577

>>1067568

>>What makes it different from C and Lisp

It uses a stack (well, two stacks) to store values on, which means you have to get used to start thinking in stacks.

Maths has a certain closeness to ASM math.

>Where is it used

Drivers and NASA shit.

>>1051002

Is there something like a graphics library that works on modern Linux/BSD for FORTH? Or at least a curses-like thing?

Or do I have to write it myself?


 No.1074822

>>1067577

I don't know about graphics library or curses bindings, but it's easy to use ANSI escape codes for doing TUI stuff. There's a VT100 example bundled with this, and just by looking at it you can see it's not complicated.

https://forthworks.com/retro/




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 No.1074036[Reply]

Webdev in gen is full of sodomites, shitskins, and sjws and the whole state of it fucking repulsive. Python seems just as fucked along with most low barrier languages.

Not asking for career advice, but I was laid off a year ago and I'm limited to corp2corp/freelance work. Unfortunately, ReactJS remote work seems in high demand so I may have to say fuckit and just do that. Are any of you anons making any money with Haskell, C, Erlang, or Kotlin?

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 No.1074604

>>1074603

>like XHR

Use fucking forms and the HTML5 video tag when possible.


 No.1074605

>>1074603

Server side rendering is still good enough for most web 'apps'.


 No.1074618

>>1074603

I watched one of the official Vuejs video introductions and it was just some faggot soynerd that kept giggling obnoxiously like a girl. Kikebook seems to have fixed their shitty license model for React so I don't see it disappearing from the job boards anytime soon.

>>1074567

Perl has become a boomer language

Python hates huwhite men

is Rails still relevant?

>>1074603

I'm working through the CSS3 spec now. Plain HTML/CSS for SPAs with maybe something like Nim (who refused to impl a CoC) for server side stuff seems adequate.


 No.1074679

>>1074618

HTML was ultimately just a way of enhancing plain text documents. Sometimes when I see shoehorning HTML and JS into the "SPA" model, I can't help but think, wouldn't we all be better off if the browser was just a sandboxed virtual machine like the JVM and "visiting" a website was just a way to download and run a remote binary? There are so many use cases that HTML is being used for where it makes no sense at all.

Of course many sites are still like tabloids and magazines, where HTML is a very logical medium, but the rest is software that used to be native, but nobody can be bothered to install anything (and most companies won't actually let employees install any discretionary software at all, anyway).


 No.1074683

>>1074679

That sounds like how a smalltalk system would have worked IIRC.




 No.1070951[Reply]

Put any content you like.

No logs, no filters.

https://gnapapp.com/

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 No.1074449

>>1074446

I was being sarcastic, but anyways i think you can put img tags with a src (could be base64 if you want).


 No.1074451

>>1070951

you should set the form method to POST so that when somebody without javascript tries to use the form it doesnt sent a GET (which also have csrf token in the url) and add a little noscript tag so we know :^)

otherwise pretty cool


 No.1074459


 No.1074470

File: 636b26cefc5fd7e⋯.png (513.02 KB, 1109x818, 1109:818, Screenshot at 2019-07-01 2….png)

https://gnapapp.com/v/1MBcpC4Y

>no option to set background color

>open "source code" dialog and write it in manually

>try both the html tag and inline css

>preview shows new background color only with inline css

>save page

>page itself is still white

Pretty gay tbh.


 No.1074532

what's the point of this when neocities exists?




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 No.1074466[Reply]

What's /tech/'s opinion about the current state of hp?

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 No.1074494

File: 0c13a491fdc465c⋯.png (176.97 KB, 438x393, 146:131, 0c13a491fdc465c847de0e336d….png)

>>1074493

>In the middle of a trade war

>With increased tarrifs

>Amid slowing market share in China

>In the middle of hiring new people to a new facility just down the road from the original manufacturing plant

<"Lets move manufacturing of our most expensive small volume product overseas to subject it to trade tarrifs since most of them will have to be shipped back to their core markets!"

Well Apple never was known for making good decisions


 No.1074495

>>1074483

>the USA lacks the same massive employment pools as China. He probably also meant American working wages are too high compared to China as well

Supply and demand.


 No.1074499

Let it die


 No.1074511

>I'll tell you the problem

>It's a HP

>And you know what "HP" stands for, don't ya?

>Stands for Fix it again, Tony.

HP's UNIX Market is a zombie, and the only thing they're quasi-good at now is mainframe and printers. Their PC line is retarded


 No.1074544

Mac Pro is a forcememe device and the important parts, the CPU, GPU and screen, aren't made by Apple, and most of them not in America. The only reason Tim Cook is moving manufacturing to China is he's gay and hates Trump. American high tech manufacturing, and the software industry, were destroyed not because it's actually cheaper or more effective to do it overseas but so the managers can say I have an international team of 40 highly credentialed people instead of having a team of 4 competent people who would compete with the manager for recognition.




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 No.1036749[Reply]

Old thread hit 400 replies: >>996935

Nanochan is a tor only imageboard written in lua:

https://nanochancsvnej4vxiidu4fhpchkxffl3mgqypub63xadeetkjttavqd.onion/

Source code:

https://nanochancsvnej4vxiidu4fhpchkxffl3mgqypub63xadeetkjttavqd.onion/source.lua

Changes since the last thread:

>the old v2 onion address has been redirected to the new v3 address

>is there gonna be another /tech/ thread needed after the current one hits 400?

<I'm not going to make one. In retrospect I actually think it was a mistake to advertise on pigchan in the first place

Discuss alternative imageboards, web dev best practices, and call each other faggots

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 No.1074422

shit website. doesn't support VM's. community is okay, helpful.


 No.1074453

>>1074410

we're not here to entertain you faggot

>>1074422

>shit website. doesn't support VM's.

what did he mean by this?


 No.1074482

>>1066614

that green looked way better. current color is disgusting. like im stuck in a hospital bed staring at the wall.


 No.1074484

okay sorry im just shit posting. it looks good.


 No.1074485




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 No.1007989[Reply]

AUDIO AND AUDIO ACCESSORIES

What AMPs are you faggots using? I'll be getting an HD 6XX soon and is currently looking for an AMP. I'm currently looking at the Fiio E10K and the K3 but don't know the difference between the two. Any amps you'd recommend?

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 No.1068327

I'm the one who posted >>1061608

I've received the HD 660 and tested it.

Don't buy it. Even for half the price.

Also, the TIN T2s are fucking amazing.


 No.1069140

>>1016539

http://dr.loudness-war.info/album/list?artist=Offspring&album=

This site has shit tons of information on dynamic range for different albums. It’s superb if you like CDs.

I like CDs. I have many thousands of them.


 No.1069282

>>1066630

Have tried Etymotic ESR4s?


 No.1069286

>>1066627

That’s an awful lot of generalization there.


 No.1074284

File: 0cf95dfd0584e7f⋯.jpg (83.44 KB, 1500x661, 1500:661, ur28m.jpg)

I run a small mix/VO studio out of my home. Nothing fancy but it is profitable enough to keep me in new gear. Interface is a Steinberg UR28M for plenty of I/O, decent pres, monitor switching and auto-ramp. Monitors are some DIY Avantone mixcubes, older Polk monitor 40's and Adam A5's although usually only 2 sets are connected to make I/O room for a 500 rack. The passive speakers are powered by old Onkyo receivers. Headphones are AKG m80's for tracking work, Beyer 770's for mixing and listening and isolation for V/O work although they move around depending on the client.




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 No.1068748[Reply]

>Starting January 31, 2019, the Classic version of Yahoo Mail will no longer be available. At that time, you’ll be upgraded to the latest version of Yahoo Mail or Basic Mail, depending on your browser’s compatibility

https://piunikaweb.com/2018/12/06/yahoo-classic-mail-is-being-shut-down-heres-when/

https://yahoo.uservoice.com/forums/917842-new-mail-basic

I'm a few months late, but they switch to js pozmail finally happened. Do you guys know of any email service that isn't js and isn't google?

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 No.1073813

>>1068752

what is the best mail client program?


 No.1074244

>>1068748

there was a non-JS version??? you can't even get on there without phone number "verification" for like the last 10 years (IIRC)

>>1068752

they're all shit. it's either UNIX braindamage or a retarded piece of shit that executes JS contained in the emails


 No.1074254

>>1074244

>they're all shit

try thunderbird


 No.1074255

>>1073813

>what is the best mail client program?

Sylpheed


 No.1074256

>>1074244

How is a fucking mailer Unix? Jesus, you faggots just say "Unix braindamage" for no reason at all. It's the new "botnet" forced meme. You anti-unix retards remind me of "not like all the other girls" mentality as you parrot the same quips in lockstep.

Sylpheed a cross compatible and plaintext by default. Ignore the brainet with zero original thoughts.




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 No.1070177[Reply]

California is filing it in response to the Synagogue and Mosque attacks, they've been keeping a real close eye on us.

Thanks a fuckton /pol/.

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 No.1070810

File: 0b625660bc1a5c5⋯.png (269.04 KB, 874x2491, 874:2491, religion.png)


 No.1070842

>>1070716

>my site is dead

I wonder why.

>>1070810

tldr LOL


 No.1070869

>>1070842

Because I started it a year ago.


 No.1070873

>>1070869

Because you are a flaming faggot.


 No.1074250

>>1070177

It's just cops as usual seeking to "fix" a problem even though they already v& the guy responsible and don't need to do anything more. You know, gotta look busy/competent when you work in a consumerist/capitalist market.




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 No.1073740[Reply]

Who was the genius san francisco UX designer behind this decision?

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 No.1073788

these webdev niggers must have phones bigger than their heads. HOW THE FUCK am I supposed to read the content that I need to read because I'm forced to use my cell phone in a pinch when there are all these gay popups and other assorted AIDS? Not only that but sometimes if you search for something that should be relatively easy to answer, many of the first results are some pajeet's wannabe news article that make you wade through Durgesh's attempt at winning the pulitzer fucking prize just to answer your initial question.


 No.1073791

File: ace55afcdf720c6⋯.webm (5.81 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, OwO What's This_.webm)

>>1073770

>Is this uwu speak?


 No.1073920

>>1073765

Yes, but (((cloudflare)))


 No.1074110

>>1073753

Yeah

>Inb4 "You can't"

You can.


 No.1074239

this is how you do modern web shotting

{cuckflare}

{encrypted and decrypted by JS at runtime to protect your precious paraphrasings of other articles about the same trivial subject^W^W^W^W^W^W^W^W^WIntellectual Property}

[SUBSCRIBE]

[WE USE COOKIES, WHAT A SURPRISE]

[READ OUR NEW UPDATED PRIVACY POLICY]

^all headers but bonus points for making them popups

[a bunch of shitty fonts as if your garbage articles deserve to choose the font you view them in]

[needless "introduction" section]

[2 paragraphs of "content"]

[amazon referal tags]

[another paragraph of "content]

[needless "conclusion" section]

[comments section that the fucking web page has full control over]

[related articles]

[optional next page button if you're into the extra gay webshit format]

{/encryption}

{/cuckflare}




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 No.1073755[Reply]

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Senior Trump administration officials met on Wednesday to discuss whether to seek legislation prohibiting tech companies from using forms of encryption that law enforcement can’t break — a provocative step that would reopen a long-running feud between federal authorities and Silicon Valley.

The encryption challenge, which the government calls “going dark,” was the focus of a National Security Council meeting Wednesday morning that included the No. 2 officials from several key agencies, according to three people familiar with the matter.

Senior officials debated whether to ask Congress to effectively outlaw end-to-end encryption, which scrambles data so that only its sender and recipient can read it, these people told POLITICO. Tech companies like Apple, Google and Facebook have increasingly built end-to-end encryption into their products and software in recent years — billing it as a privacy and security feature but frustrating authorities investigating terrorism, drug trafficking and child pornography.

“The two paths were to either put out a statement or a general position on encryption, and [say] that they would continue to work on a solution, or to ask Congress for legislation,” said one of the people.

But the previously unreported meeting of the NSC’s so-called Deputies Committee did not produce a decision, the people said.

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/06/27/trump-officials-weigh-encryption-crackdown-1385306

The USA has strong freedom of speech protections - it is still legal to question the Holocaust narrative in the USA, unlike several other countries.

The USA also has a tradition of anonymous political speech. If the USA falls, I don't have great hopes for any other country.

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 No.1073846

>encryption wars gets a sequal

Thanks (((trump)))


 No.1074099

File: da0bfc1d8af6e30⋯.jpg (350.21 KB, 1160x773, 1160:773, google-gty-773.jpg)

>>1073755

How you should have posted this story:

Trump officials weigh encryption crackdown

http://archive.fo/QuGrE

<By Eirc Geller 2019-06-27 12:43 PM EDT

<Senior Trump administration officials met on Wednesday to discuss whether to seek legislation prohibiting tech companies from using forms of encryption that law enforcement can’t break — a provocative step that would reopen a long-running feud between federal authorities and Silicon Valley.

<The encryption challenge, which the government calls “going dark,” was the focus of a National Security Council meeting Wednesday morning that included the No. 2 officials from several key agencies, according to three people familiar with the matter.

<Senior officials debated whether to ask Congress to effectively outlaw end-to-end encryption, which scrambles data so that only its sender and recipient can read it, these people told POLITICO. Tech companies like Apple, Google and Facebook have increasingly built end-to-end encryption into their products and software in recent years — billing it as a privacy and security feature but frustrating authorities investigating terrorism, drug trafficking and child pornography.

<“The two paths were to either put out a statement or a general position on encryption, and [say] that they would continue to work on a solution, or to ask Congress for legislation,” said one of the people.

<But the previously unreported meeting of the NSC’s so-called Deputies Committee did not produce a decision, the people said.

<A decision to press for legislation would have far-reaching consequences for the privacy and security of tens of millions of consumers and effectively force companies such as Apple and Google to water down the security features on their smartphones and other devices.

<A ban on end-to-end-encryption would make it Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.1074100

>>1074099

<POLITICO was unable to determine what participating agency leaders said during the meeting, but there is a well-known fault line on encryption within the executive branch.

<The DOJ and the FBI argue that catching criminals and terrorists should be the top priority, even if watered-down encryption creates hacking risks. The Commerce and State Departments disagree, pointing to the economic, security and diplomatic consequences of mandating encryption “backdoors.”

<DHS is internally divided. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency knows the importance of encrypting sensitive data, especially in critical infrastructure operations, but ICE and the Secret Service regularly run into encryption roadblocks during their investigations.

<An NSC spokesperson declined to comment on the meeting.

<The high-level NSC discussion highlights how policymakers have continued grappling with encryption even as it has receded from the headlines.

<“There is a significant [administration-]wide effort underway on what to do about the going dark issue,” said a lobbyist familiar with the discussions.

<Tech companies such as Apple and Google began increasing their use of end-to-end encryption in 2014, to address privacy concerns sparked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden’s disclosures about the vast sweep of U.S. government surveillance. In response, DOJ and the FBI reinvigorated a decades-old campaign against this feature, arguing that it posed an impenetrable roadblock in many criminal and counterintelligence investigations.

<The 2015 San Bernardino, Calif., terrorist attack brought the encryption debate into the mainstream when DOJ took Apple to court to access a locked iPhone belonging to one of the shooters. Then-FBI Director James Comey accused Apple of trying to create a space beyond the reach of U.S. law. But that dispute ended without a definitive legal precedent, and despite the “going dark” problem occasionally resurfacing[http://archive.fo/NOiC4], encryption haPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.1074106

>>1074099

This isn't /n/ faggot, you don't need to post the entire article, just give us the important stuff.


 No.1074109

>>1074106

>what is skimming?




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