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What is /g/'s preferred antivirus?
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how do you torrent without getting caught? Which are the best IP blockers, or whatever one should use, and with which bittorrent client? I used to torrent back in high school, however two of my friends were caught and I havent done much since. One was sent a letter from Adobe for photoshop, and another was for some movie. The one who received the letter from Adobe had his internet shut down for a day. His family was pretty wealthy and his dad ended buying photoshop to get out of trouble. I dont remember what the other did.
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Post your backpacks /g/. What do you hate or love about your bag/backpack? I'm in the market, just started browsing Newegg.
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Debian looks at using systemd. Jesus Christ, what is up with systemd? http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/why.html >binary logging means your existing text toolset is worthless >rolls userspace processes into kernelspace >completely ignores decades of "do one thing, do it well" >reeks of Windows-isms, such as moving GUI elements into kernel space, yeah, we remember how well that worked in 95/98/NT4 WTF? Don't get me wrong, SysVInit is getting long in the tooth and we need to look to the future. But throwing the kitchen sink AND the baby AND bathwater into a giant blender and hitting the "puree" button doesn't seem like a well-thought design. Completely tossing out any useful text processing tools by requiring a specialty tool to extract entries, and then another tool to parse the structured data (which typically looks like half-baked JSON) also shows just how "too far" this is going. We need smaller steps. I wasn't 100% wild about Upstart, but now that I've seen systemd and all the bulllshit it brings to the table, I'm starting to rethink that position. We need a few years to migrate our toolchains, we just can't wade into a giant flow of sewage and expect not to get swept away like this. Migrating to Upstart, and letting systemd cook a bit longer (i.e. develop better tools to replace the shitton of userspace they are tossing) would be a better idea for Debian.
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Windows crashed the 420th times. what linux distro does /g/ recommend.
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Note 3 4.4 update is coming soon Decemberish possible early January >source You heard it here first
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I remember seeing a vape thread around here a couple days ago, so I'm assuming this the appropriate place to ask about vaping. What do you know about vaping /g/, I'm interested in it quite a lot.

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Man's true potential is being held back by his earthly desire and lust for women if we could transcend tfwnogf and cease feeling sexual urges, imagine how advanced of a race we could be
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So i'm trying to build a domain for my bootleg trading list. Typing every song number, title and length by hand is tedious and just a plain pain in the ass. Is there any free software that can read this data from specified directory and just export it to a txt file so I can just copy and paste? Merci.

Blunder of the Century

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>It's made completely of plastic, and obviously doesn't feel as high-end as metal phones like the HTC One or iPhone 5S >the speaker is pretty quiet, and sometimes distorts at near-maximum volume. >the large ring around the camera lens sort of looks like a spare part, attached at the last minute >it can look a bit washed out and desaturated next to a device like the HTC One or the iPhone 5S. >[the camera is] a lot more of the same, at least right now. In a word: disappointing. >the camera underperforms constantly and consistently. >The camera app can be absurdly slow to focus and even slow to launch in the first place, which makes the Nexus 5 as a camera an exercise in frustration. >[the new messaging app] is a fantastic idea on paper, but a really clunky execution in KitKat. >like any Android device they still drop the occasional frame and stutter every once in a while >There can be minor scrolling issues when you’re trying to tear through a long page >Google still can’t match Apple’s best-in-class touch-response times >One day, it lasts less than eight hours of only moderate use. >It lasted 3 hours, 43 minutes on the Verge Battery Test, which is among the lowest scores we've seen http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/4/5062724/google-nexus-5-review Absolute blunder of the century. The battery alone means it's a no-buy for anyone who isn't a moron.
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sooo is bad bios still a thing or did it turn out to be a hoax in the end?
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Sup /g/ I was wondering if the monoprice mechanical keyboard is any good. My current keyboard is becoming way too old and filthy to use and I can't afford a more expensive keyboard at the moment. I got the monoprice earbuds following your advice and I'm loving them but I feel I'm setting somewhat improbable standards for the keyboard considering it's only $50 so I'd really love to hear your opinion
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Thinking about buying these headphones. What does /g/ think? http://mclego.com/products.php?product=Audio%252dTechnica-ATH%252dM50s-%252d-headphones-%252d-Full-size%2C-Binaural
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Imageshack is ending anonymous uploads today. I frequently use an 'rightclick add to imageshack' extension to upload images to forums. I don't really want to sign up for imageshack because I don't want my various forum accounts linked to each other and in general I just don't want to sign up to more things. What do you guys use?

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