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It’s crazy how the generation that grew up with the most technology became the dumbest.

Zoomers can’t use google, they can’t use windows or Linux, none of them even read books or information. They can only use apps with big shiny buttons.
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>>99206811
>>99206853
The boomer mind simply cannot resist sewing FUD and dysphoric nostalgia everywhere he goes. One thing about GenZ I notice in the workplace is we have each other's backs, boomers have this crab-bucket, "got mine fuck you" mentality that is insufferable. We get it, you guys are histories sorest winners
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>>99200276
The eternal chase for the lowest common denominator to increase the market segment is a faulty idea, since it presumes that the stupidity isolating that market segment from your product is rational and constant. The reality is that most people will self-adjust their research habits or intellect to match the increasing ease-of-use every time. The constant self-adjustment means that earlier technology becomes increasingly opaque with time, since the end user has become used to constant abstraction and simplification.
>Zoomers can't use Google
With SEO shit, most people can't really use Google or other search engines anymore. There was a brief period before ads became more consolidated into companies like Google, where things like search engines were useful. You may honestly be better served with researching in a library now, at least the Dewey decimal system doesn't index based on ads.
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>>99207666
> One thing about GenZ I notice in the workplace is we have each other's backs
That literally was the case with boomers and millenials when they were young. Just wait until you reach 30 lol
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>>99206853
>>99207588
Let me divide my sentences piece by piece, then, if your reading comprehension is that meager.
>You will forever be shat on because you were born in ~1999-2002.
That's self-explaining. The reasons for shit opinion are idiotic, yet they hold.
>First because you were young
I.e. didn't know how to satisfy moronic expectation of boomers, nor you ever could, because these fags're incapable of seeing good in people they preemptively treat as not-humans. Youth goes into the category by default.
>now because you were a retard when you were younger
Specifically in the eyes of boomers. Because it's normal for them to form opinions once and never change them.
>next because you're old news
The boomers die off, go mad from alzheimer. The only ones left are you and youth. You are old however, and that by default makes you shit in the eyes of youth since there will always be dogmatic assholes of your age - and you'll be treated as them.
>and still clinging
Yes you fucking are. Alpha gen (goes to school) and zoomer gen (are in their mid-twenties) are already distinct, you ask that this distinction be made apparent for everyone.
>That's collective responsibility
I stated that to demonstrate that no matter what you will not escape your fate. People will always look down on you based on age. Your request would not help you.

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>>99207374
grim
and this is the son/nephew of the company owner that will lord over you

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>2024
>still no vertical tabs
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>>99203584
The bar here >>9919642
collapses with ctrl + shift + v
It's a configuration script injection that adds the new tab bar directly into the browser chrome versus being a sidebar addon
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>2024
>still no tabs on explorer
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>>99196301
QUALITY
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>>99205172
>tard or fag
/g/ is both
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>>99199248
fellow Vivaldi enjoyer I see

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B3 Dusk edition

How to request advice:
>Budget
>Intended use
>Frequency response preference (bass boost, treble boost, or flat neutral)
>Past gear and your thoughts on them

FAQ:
>Where do I buy IEMs?
Amazon, Aliexpress, Linsoul, Hifigo, Shenzhenaudio

>Full Guide (IEMs, Cables, Ear Tips, etc.):
https://rentry.org/c8gqc


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>>99206947
I have steelseries rival 110 mouse that I paid 25bucks made in china and it still works flawlessly 5 years later. I have spent more money on replacment glides than I did on the mouse. If Chang can make mouse last half a dacade for 25bucks he can make earbuds last atleast 1 year right?
>>99206923
Maybe you are gorilla handling the earbuds?
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>>99207042
Right I forgot all of the stuff in this thread is designed for people who buy 300 dollar mp3 players to use while sitting at their desk. Not for people who actually go outside and have to endure any kind of element other than a 65 degree ACd basement.
Fucking faggot niggers.
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>>99206885
The drivers are a moving part.
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>>99203986
>modular cable for like 30 bucks
Now I am yeah
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>>99207735
>>modular cable for like 30 bucks
I got one in aliexpress for like 6€ with a discount, no other tips came with it so you'll have to buy em too tho

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The most dogshit tech company after applel

Faking benchmarks:
https://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-tv-benchmark-cheating-3177061/

Purposefully damaging customer's TV to void warranty:
https://youtu.be/cyWlACuhqNg
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>>99207201
I had the same experience with my brand new tablet returning from Samsung's own repair center all bent and not even closed up properly

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The future of Linux. This will unironically save Linux and propel it past Windows.
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>>99207083
Linux will only get propelled past windows if windows continues to cuck its userbase at a colossal level, however not because of it's own merits
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>>99207149
>because of it's own merits
its own merits. stay on Windows.

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It's up to Him now, isn't it?

The Linus of the AI age.
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>>99207830
Based. There are frauds who think GPT actually builds detailed and accurate world models based on just next token prediction.
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>>99207736
>>99207631
The Turing award isn't even a real achievement, it's handed out to whoever screeches the loudest about how great they are
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>>99202813
Isn't it often the case that the guy "who did it first" published in some obscure journal and everyone forgot about it, and it didn't lead to any actual progress in the field at that moment.
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>>99207777
Windows 7 was a mistake
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>>99208510
yes, you need a loud mouth like Yann Lecun who copy shit from others and claim he did it in order to advance the field

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>>99204356
Tech == Technology
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>>99203885
fine, use litterbox dot catbox dot moe
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>>99203724
>morTHic
tard
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>>99203951
he glowed
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>thicc

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Lets face it, it's over for USA tech. No one uses facebook, everyone uses tiktok. iPhone are out of fashion and everyone in the world wants a Huawei phone.
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>>99206461
>Huawei
who?
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>>99206461
Huawei would be dominant right now if they hadn't gotten fucked by the US. But they did, so no one outside of china wants one now.
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>>99206461
>Huawei
Get with the times gramps, if you're geting a Chinese phone, Xiaomi is the better option
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>>99206461
t. 浩然 on their work break
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>>99206461
>everyone in the world wants a Huawei phone

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As Rust gains momentum, C++ contends with obsolescence, playfully dubbed "Clown++". Rust's prowess shines through in its ownership system and borrow checker, addressing C++'s memory management pitfalls and excelling in concurrent processing intricacies. Rust's commitment to memory safety stands in stark contrast to C++'s historical vulnerabilities. The comparison underscores Rust as the torchbearer for efficient, secure, and modern systems programming, relegating C++ to the shadows of a bygone era.
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>>99208211
And also about outmoded political parties, the dems and their faggots slew 11,000 kids, and the kikes will never tell you.

The problem is that rust and microsoft and google literally helped to rip children limb from limb by their involvement in politics.
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no, thanks
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>>99208214
Yeah. I never used imgui but I know egui was inspired by it.
It's pretty cool all things considered. It's not beautiful and feature rich, but it's really fast to develop and blends in nicely with a system prog lang like Rust, as immediate gui should be. Rust is not well suited for making retained, qt-styled gui, but it's fine for what I needed. I just want some buttons and inputs to test things out as they run.
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>>99208280
>Rust is not well suited for making retained, qt-styled gui, but it's fine for what I needed.
that's actually one of the things I can't really get passed. if you want some native looking gui you have to bind with library written in c or c++. at that point it's easier for me do the reverse and start from the gui in c or c++ and write other parts in rust using bindings to rust library. but that's just me.
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>>99208384
Yep, I probably wouldn't pick Rust if I wanted to make native gui, especially cross platform. There is no good libraries for that and although using bindings is possible it's rarely comfortable.
That's one of the reasons why I said it's rather for making engines or libraries. Physics engines, crypto libs, databases, etc do not really need any gui, they are perfectly fine exposing just a C ABI native library or REST api and call it a day.
I personally would probably just make a native library and python/javascript front-end, and leave qt/whatever gui as an exercise for whoever uses my stuff and needs a compiled native gui for some reason.

Widowmaker edition

Everything is already from China, but in here we discuss the cheap chink shit you see on various sites.

Useful links
>New guide (WIP): https://csg-guide.neocities.org/
>installgentoo wiki: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Chink_shit_general
>NEW GUIDE (WORK IN PROGRESS, USUALLY TRASH): https://pad.disroot.org/p/ZxYEUYubPTPDhsEkKobh

>What headphones/earbuds should I buy?
>>>/g/iemg
>I want a cheap smartphone what should I buy?
>>>/g/spg/
>I want to buy some sort of emulation device
>>>/vr/hhg/

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>>99208288
they'll auto-apply during the sale. the special thing about this is that they stack with coupons and coins which is why i'm holding out until then
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>>99208288
sorry, the answer to the 2nd part of your Q is that they'll stack around 4 or 5 times to a max of around $20 off
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>>99208315
>max of around $20 off
thanks. that's a shame. I was looking to buy an expensive phone but seems like it's not a huge discount for big purchase.
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>>99207879
i once bought a pack of rebranded dorco in local supermarket and they were alright, would use them when i finish my stash of bic's
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>>99189006
>alldocube iplay 50 mini
is 80euros for this one a good deal?

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My expensive flagship smartphone broke.
So I bought the cheapest smartphone I could find while I wait for repairs.

Enters the Motorola e13, about 100€

I literally dont miss any feature from my expensive phone. I dont take pictures. I didnt use the nfc, I dont even know what other features to mention.

This new phone has internet, web nagivation, all the apps I use are compatible. Even the "Android go" os doesnt botter me that much.

The only thing is that its a bit slow and unresponsive but that isnt a deal breaker.

Have I been overspending on phones my entire life for no reason?
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>I dont take pictures.
>Have I been overspending on phones my entire life for no reason?
Yes. That is the only reason to buy a flagship smartphone in 2024 is for the camera.
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>>99206410
Well 4chan is full of neckbeards who keep swearing by these android phones being so much better than iPhone so I gave it a fair shot. They all sadly had issues
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>>99204710
>besides, what do you need OS updates for?
https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvekey.cgi?keyword=android
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>>99208232
>android
yikes
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I recently got a Motorola too, g23 for I think 130€ on promotion, though mine does have NFC and can't say it's any slow.
Honestly for a lot of people's use a lot of bells and whistles don't actually matter, only downside I can think of is the camera which is nothing special, battery duration more than makes up for it.

Please redpill me on this.

All I know is that it came on default with my Fedora Workstation install, it steals like 2% of my disk space and it's apparently very prone to corruption. Read about people having to format whole disk because of corruption, plus the recent kernel bug that makes it fill the disk with metadata?
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>>99206211
I don't run btrfs now so I can't provide the output, but I remember not getting the correct disk space usage with df. I had to use some btrfs command to get the real answer. This was on Fedora.
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>>99206119
compression and/or cow stuff
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>>99206119
It is more accurate nowadays and doesn't report double space for RAID1. It has something to do with how Btrfs allocates space in 1GB blocks. Btrfs has its own commands for more accurate readings.
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Why use this over ext4?
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>>99208371
Compression and COW

Way better looking than flatshit.
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>>99200461
You're a moron.

>>99201053
Widescreen CRTs are cheaper than 4:3 ones in Europe. Nobody wants them because the main market for CRTs these days is retroomers who'd prefer a 4:3 display. Plus they weigh so much that you need at least a couple of people to move one. Ebay is flooded with people begging you to take them away for next to nothing.
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>>99206665

They're cheaper because they have a digital scalar and they're garbage.

>T. wega owner who got one to play beatmania IIDX PS2 in 16:9 in 2004
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>>99206665
>>99208066
crt hdtv's have their uses, but old games is not one of them
... and by old i mean pre-7th gen
since as mentioned, they weren't designed for 15kHz modes, so they need digital processing to at least line-double the image, which defeats the purpose
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>>99200393
I have a wide panasonic and still use it almost everyday, geometry is near perfect. I like to play 480p content on it since it is one of the few hdcrts that doesn't upscale it to 1080i.
I also have a big round jvc and an old Mitsubishi for 240p stuff. They're all hooked up to extron switches so I can switch between tvs.
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>>99206637
But what if I find a FW9000 or 2070SB in good condition?

Is Google pixel 8 good phone?

>Modern parts
>Long support time
>Lots of Android custom roms support it
>Some may even argue that it is good looking

Please talk me over to not to buy it. I don't want to waste my money on it.
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>>99206452
Battery life is the main concern I have as well
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>>99205787
I got the 258GB model, here's my own review for this month of use :

- The camera is insanely good i didn't expect that at all, even night pictures are really good, the image editing tools and features are pretty neat, i'd give it a 9/10 (Sadly i can drop a picture due to 4chan country ban).
- The battery is not bad at least for me (at least during this first month), it can go beyond 24h on light use, and i might say 15 hours of regular use (even on Mobile Date), i got a Samsung power bank for it so i really don't have an issue, I'd give the battery a 7/10.
-The display is really good and bright during a sunny day, and has a 120Hz option to make things more fluid (i struggled a lot with the Redmi phones), i'd give the display a 8/10.

Personal pros :
- The small form factor is the best thing on this phone, it's small, compact, and the right size for my hand, i can reach.
- None of that bloatware bs you see on Samsung, Xiaomi phone, just good old Google apps.
- All emulators work perfectly good, there is not input lag when using a PS4/5 controller (unlike that fucking Redmi phone)
- LineageOS is supported, so rooting is a breeze

Personal cons :
- Not sure if it's just me but the screen kinda doesn't register will my inputs when using a screen protector, when i removed it, it works fine, i replaced the screen protector with a plastic film.

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>>99207223
Sorry for the spelling mistakes, ChatGPT might fix those real quick.
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>>99205017
everything runs fine you can even install Google services in a separate profile so you can download banking apps without using third party store

honestly if you can get used to the slight inconvenience of profiles it works perfectly
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>>99207058
I don't think that the battery is a problem.

>>99207223
Sounds nice. The headphone-jack is not that much of a problem, because I have an adapter.

>>99207242
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