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This thread is about the appreciation of whorology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.

>Required viewing for noobies:
https://youtu.be/_2J5phyd9J4

>Used watch guide:
https://pastebin.com/4cP1Tpri

>Strap guide:
http://pastebin.com/SwRysprE

>Watch essentials 102:
http://pastebin.com/VBAu4Rwi

>Previous Thread

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>>64395076
Nice swastica shirt, where to cop?
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>>64391883
The reason that model is expensive is that it has a lot more external finishing work done on it than the cheaper Prospex divers, including the use of some tin polishing (what Grand Seiko call 'zaratsu polishing') and the case and bracelet are made by the same Seiko division that makes cases and bracelets for Grand Seiko models.

It is up to you to decide if that external finishing on the case and bracelet are worth spending that much for, considering the model still uses a 6r15 movement.
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>>64394869
The middle one is god tier the rest are shit.
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>>64395097
Black scuba dude has some numerals.
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>>64393882
Baffles me how ALS can cut off numerals like that.

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Have you answered the call?
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>use windows 10
>enable windows update
>get upset when windows decides to update
What went wrong with these (((people)))?
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>>64395283
>invisible buttons
current state of winbugs
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>>64395283
OK
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>>64395302
>not having a choice is okay
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it won't let me

why does /g/ not recommend tilling wm to newbies?
just tried one for first time and it's comfy af + extremely convenient
and it's not difficult to use in the slightest
can't believe I've gone so long without using one
especially on macOS which lacks proper windows managing features
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I'm not into learning 30 shortcuts just so my screen is a little bit more neat. I'll just fucking drag shit to the sides of the screen, thanks.
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Also, I don't mind you using 4 (potentially 5) web browsers, but how can you have such shit taste for music and end up here?
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>>64395306
But that's horribly slow.
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>>64395373
it takes less than a second. I understand macOS doesn't have window snapping by default but there are software solutions for that shit too.
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I actually recommend Tiling WMs to everyone I know. They changed my life.

Which is the superior stove technology, induction or gas?

I need to replace the stove and I have the option of either.
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>>64395194
>England
>Europe
Choose one. Over here, I haven't ever seen a stove that doesn't use 3-phase power, even in the crappiest of apartments.
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>>64395229
...do you think it's pure copper?

They're tin or stainless lined.

Hell, I have two smaller pieces that are silver lined.

The only pure copper bowls I have are for whipping egg whites
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>>64392951
Oh wow. What's direct heat anyways? I guess you mean thermal radiation?

Induction stove makes currents in ferromagnetic materials like some steel or iron and that makes the pot heat up. Then the heat transfers to the food in some way depending of the surface material of the pot. The ratio between thermal conductivity vs. thermal radiation is different between cast iron, carbon steel, stainless steel and non-stick coating surfaces. But anyways, induction definitely doesn't "directly" transfer heat to food. Microwaving would actually be quite direct heat transfer into the food.

But you'd have to retard to not understand there's difference between different ways of transferring same amount of heat into food.

But wich is better? As said, gas is pretty sure better considering culinary aspect. Really fast to change power. Induction should have the same property but induction compatible vessels that have thick bottoms that have high heat capacity. Also I'm not sure if crap induction stoves have good power modulation. Also try doing wok with induction stove. Depends of the model too but this Siemens stove was driving me crazy when I tried to fry and flip pancakes. Every time I take the pan off the stove some notification beeping starts yelling about the empty slot. It also starts yelling for any spills on the control panel

But induction stoves are really energy efficient, powerful and good enough for me for most stuff. Also easy to clean.
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>>64392159
Gas with aluminium/copper bottom pan>induction and yes i have both, also since i like smoked meat, wood and charcoal.
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>>64394997
>when you experience an earthquake, this option is better
>when you are not experiencing an earthquake, that option is better
So for all those who are experiencing earthquakes 4 days a week, gas definitely the way to go.

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/tpg/ insists yet again: Fuck you, idab namefaggot. Go away.

Old Thread: >>64376841
If you're looking for purchase advice, state your budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
>>Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™
>>Other business laptops are also welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).

Recommended IBM models:
>600 series, IPS T4x or 755 series
Recommended modern models:
>X220 - 12", 768p, cheap and light
>T420 - 14", 900p, widely available, socketed CPU, Ivy Bridge installable w/ Coreboot
>W520 - 15", 1080p, Desktop Replacement, 32GB RAM on quadcore models, USB 3.0
>T440p, T540p, W540 - last ThinkPads to have replaceable CPUs, IPS displays available, chiclet
>P series - reminiscent to old build quality, top-of-the-line specs, better than most current mobile workstations, but very expensive.

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>>64395024
>can't libreboot
>inferior to the T420 performance wise
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My faptop finally crashed and I purchased a new 14 inch HP notebook with 16GB of Ram, Intel i5, and a solid state 128gbHD. It was what they had at the store I went to - I didn’t bother specing a computer out online because of how soon I needed it.

I paid 800$ for it - Did I get memed? i havent opened it yet so I can still return it.
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Why cant I get QubesOS to boot on my x200?
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>>64395169
also should i get an autismpad

i really just need to be able to run multiple powerpoints/word docs and a browser. Sometimes i play old school runescape but thats about it
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>>64394977
looking at this from a local ad:
x230, 16gb, 240 samsung ssd, i7 3520, battery lasts for 3 hours. condition looks to be very good
$400. overpriced y/n?

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Is it normal for your Internets to just kind of get faster on their own? For the last few years, my maximum download speed was 30 Mb/s now it's like 70+ but my mom said she didn't upgrade the service.
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>>64394873
I would never do it, but you could just limit their bandwidth on your router hehe
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>>64394873
Considering he let his parents buy him his alienware laptop, I'm not shocked.
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>>64395203
I bought it, not my parents! They only pay for my phone bill and rent and sometimes I eat dinner with them on their dime.
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>>64395325
When they pay off your debt it doesn't really matter whos name is on the receipt.
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>>64395394
Nobody pays my debt, my mom just gives the ok each month for the payments - sort of like an accountant or something. It's my money that I earn by working.

I'm not rich but I make enough to pay my student loans and car payments with some left over for toys :)

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http://sbm.gov.in/sbmreport/home.aspx

76.56% of Indian households have sanitation coverage compared to 38.7 in 2014.
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>>64395281
>76.56% of Indian households have sanitation coverage
But they aren't using it.
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>>64395369
that article sounds fabricated. especially the last paragraph
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>>64395369
>pooja (worship or ritual performance)
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>>64395281
wew. so it's just a few hundred millions of people still shitting in the streets.

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If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget and size.

Good resources:
>Reviews, specs, comparisons
http://www.gsmarena.com
http://www.phonearena.com
http://www.kimovil.com

>Frequency checker
http://willmyphonework.net
http://frequencycheck.com

>Chinkphone news
http://www.gizchina.com
http://www.gizmochina.com

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>>64395277
The thing is that when I connect my phone to any laptop it does not give me the option to transfer files. I have tried everything off the internet, even restore the phone to factory setting but nothing seems to fix that shit which is also the main motivator for a new phone. The cracked screen is a catalyst.
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>>64395294
Use gsmarena's phone finder to search for phones with the specs important to you. Then read reviews.
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>>64395246
Yeah, I really think it's a hardware issue. The fact that it's lasted this long just makes a stronger case for that. I've had that problem before. There's only so much you can turn up the volume before you just end up blowing out peoples voices.

It's a shame too, because otherwise it's pretty good hardware. But there's no way I'm dealing with that again, or busting out my blutooths every time I want to have a conversation. If you're one of those people who just texts it's probably a better deal.
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>>64395377
How do you filter by verizon only?
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>>64395358
Your phone is not a USB drive. You have to enable USB stuff (I forget what off hand or I'd tell you) in developer options (which you enable by clicking the OS version or something a bunch of time in the about section of settings) to do that. I set up a SMB server on my desktop and use ASTRO to move files over WiFi to avoid that. You could also send files via Bluetooth.

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The Great Debate
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int* function() {
int *var
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>>64391589
It should be the second one, but because the language is retarded it's the first one.
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>>64391589
The second one, spaces in type names should be avoid where possible.
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>>64394976
a: the integer that pointer points to is read-only, the pointer itself can be changed
b: the pointer is a constant, has to be initialized and won't be changed (ignoring C/C++ aliasing clusterfucks) thus will always point to the same space in memory, the underlying memory does not need to be constant
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> go fmt

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Im a brainlet
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>>64394469
you don't need math, you only need manele where you live
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0DO0XyS8Ko
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>>64394502
>he didn't learn that until highschool
American education system at work
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>>64394919
NOT American but use this as well :/
My professor is from Harvard tho
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>>64394865
>>64394919
>>64395197
*919 is right. These are definite integrals. There is not "+C". There is a precise value that you get.
Not a distribution over constants.
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>>64394469
>Im a brainlet
then use Wolfram Alpha

Erlang and OTP in Action

Would really appreciate it.
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libgen.io

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Why don't computers have a silent mode? Most of the fans on my pc (GPU, PSU) are turned off a lot of the time any way. Why not, what with the frequency/voltage scaling of modern cpus, have a mode which turns off all the fans for when you watch a film? I would've thought that since passively cooled things like phones and tablets being able to output 1080p a modern cpu could do the same?

What am I missing?
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>>64393591
yer missing that it's not a big+obvious enough market
if it were, manufacturers would've been all over that shit, cuz technologically it's quite achievable
the question is one of "will the benefits outweigh the costs" for each individual manufacturer
reason why I'm running 100% no-moving-parts hardware

>>64395265
not the same feature. Compare:
- "shut off fans if the temps fall low enough"
- vs "shut off fans and throttle if temps get too high"
the latter guarantees silent operation, the first gives you performance on demand and does not guarantee silent operation
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>>64395328
>the question is one of "will the benefits outweigh the costs" for each individual manufacturer
also, this is why we need the *option* of open-source firmware to allows us to DIY this shit up
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>>64393591
The components are not of the same architecture.

Phones can be passively cool when watching stuff only because ARM is essentially based on being a low power consumption architecture. Thus receiving less power it also heats less.

But such architecture needs really small circuits and a lot of optimized parallelism to work. Also RISC architectures use a technique called pipelining (read more on that yourself)


x86 cpus cannot do 1080p video, or even virtually anything, without adequate voltage, thus also more heat.
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>>64395328
>- vs "shut off fans and throttle if temps get too high"

And you think that works by magic and rainbows? It's the exact same thing, you set the fans starting temp above the components throttling point, or set it to 0 at all times. Done.
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>>64393591
It'll start throttling at around 90C.

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The best search engine

Why do you still use cuckcuckgo instead of a searx instance?
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>>64395156
It works, I just wish it didn't load so slowly.
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>>64395156
because idk what it does better than cuckcuckgo
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>>64395165
use another instance that just searx.me

>>64395177
you can define the search engines it uses, it isnt hosted on amazon, there are multiple instances you can use it with rather than just using the duckduckgo.com homepage, and you can even make it incorporate the ddg !bangs
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>still using search engines that push net neutrality onto you
ISHYGDDT
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>>64395156
how do searx instances deal with google's captchas and bot blocking bullshit?

if i google "something index of" like 2 or 3 times i get a captcha. so how instances deal with this?

Patrician function language thread, get in here q-bois.

Seriously though, this language is pretty cool but it has the most hateful syntax. It's the epitome of "write-only" code.

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>oh you wanted to get some work done as soon as you got in?
>sure would be a shame if I decided to...reindex your project
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>>64395049
they're not that bad
i just don't use them because the cracked versions are outdated so i'm just using visual studio code which has a nice debugger for python
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>>64395049

You seem to have either a bloated monolith, a monorepo, or autism.
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>>64395049
>oh dear, your project is out of sync with Maven files, let me fix that
>done, hope you didn't need any of the run configurations because they're gone
>let me help you by randomly choosing a class with main function to run next time
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>>64395049
>Don't mine me
>I'm just a russian closed source spyware that is constantly phoning home
>Our comrades in the Kremlin are very interested in knowing your level of skills and the projects you are working in.
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Reindexing in DG works very efficient even for a big databases.



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