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Anonymous 14/01/20(Mon)22:16 No. 23805 Board: /co/ [Reply]
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Where do you download your comics (.cbr) ?
Do you use torrents only ?


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Anonymous 14/01/23(Thu)19:09 No. 23807

>>23806
Some basics comics like Hellboy, and Green Lantern.


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Anonymous 14/01/25(Sat)00:19 No. 23809

>>23807
TPB has very large collections of that.


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Anonymous 14/01/25(Sat)21:48 No. 23810

>>23809
Ok it was just to check if there was an other good platform.
But thanks




RAM Upgrade Anonymous 15/05/09(Sat)22:42 No. 21773 Board: /halp/ ID: f4bac3 [Reply]
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Need /halp/,

I've got an old PC from 2008, it chugs along nicely but obviously showing its age. I've been speaking to a techie friend of mine and he's suggested that since I don't game or anything putting a bit more RAM in it might be a better way to get some more life out of it rather than splashing out on a new PC. The only thing is I don't know where to start. He's picked out what I need and offered to upgrade it if I'm too scared but obviously I'd like to be able to figure it out myself. I've done some looking round and I've found what could be a great site to get my upgrade but I'm not sure I trust it, I'm always suspicious of 'free' stuff but at the same time I'm not one to look a gift horse in the mouth. Basically I don't know if I can trust them so I'm looking for a 2nd opinion preferably from someone who's used them http://www.downloadmoreram.com/ I'm tempted just to jump in though, even if I wreck the PC I know he'll loan me a spare laptop to tie myself over till I have a replacement.

Thanks for the help guys.


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uso da, nano desu Rena-Chan 15/05/09(Sat)22:55 No. 21774 ID: a760a2

if you're trolling, lol.

if not,
im no doctor, but im fairly certain you do not "upgrade" or "download" more RAM.
you have to open up your computer and if it has open RAM ports, pop in some new RAM modules. you can get them from Newegg, Best Buy, any computer website or a few electronics places really. just google "ram module pc" and check it out for yourself. they usually come in 2, 4, 8, 16 GB sticks.
also, i dont think adding RAM will help your aging computer. Random Access Memory is, as is in the name, a type of memory for your computer to use.
i mean it'll improve performance in some areas i guess, if you're pushing it and it doesnt seem to be able to handle it....
but then you might want to go with a new processor, and then you'll keep thinking of ways to improve it and then you'll just end up with a new computer. well, same computer, different parts. is it the same computer? who knows.

the point is, that website is a joke/fake and you're beggin' for a virus. go to Newegg, look up "ram module" buy one, stick it in your computer.
now you have more ram.
it wont make your computer all that much better. i mean it will, but.. potentially.




The Zombie Survival Guide Vermillion Jack 13/06/07(Fri)21:19 No. 4634 Board: /zom/ ID: 0ca3a9 [Reply]
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There may or may not have been a thread about this, but I am asking anyway.

How accurate (this might be) is "The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From The Living Dead" if it might be used in an apocalyptic setting, including those it was ment for.

I own this book, I re-read it sometimes, and I can see some of this accurately working, but I want your opinions as well.

I've also read "World War Z" (Written by the same author) and it also seems plausible.

"The Zombie Survival Guide" Thread.


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Martyn Grim 13/08/05(Mon)04:38 No. 4752 ID: 435599

>>4732
Yea spear/short sword combo would work well I think. And a .22 is...meh IDK. I hold out hope for it, I really do think it could be effective at really close ranges, but who really knows.


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FPOB!!R1ZmxlMzD4 13/08/05(Mon)13:12 No. 4754 ID: f322df

>>4752
I mean, there's instances where the angle of the bullet entry led to a headshot being non-lethal, but with zombies, their bones would be weaker from lack of calcium which would be evident in anywhere from a week to a month after the initial outbreak (I'm guessing).

I figure .22lr would be a good siege defense weapon, since you could have thousands and thousands of rounds easily stockpiled at a cheap price. But my main reason for asking is that we all know firearms are damn loud, but a suppressed .22 is on the noise level of a air gun from what I've seen. Would be easy to scrounge for supplies and take out small groups of zombies in your way without attracting a horde. .22 rifles tend to be lighter and more compact (Ruger 10/22 takedown) as well and you could carry hundreds of rounds on your person.

Since you could carry so much ammo, you could loose off several rounds into a head without worrying about running out of ammo (.22lr can be found just about anywhere as well).


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Zeke Shambler 13/11/30(Sat)04:43 No. 4917 ID: cef44f

Max Brooks wrote that book for the average civilian. That means a person who never did outdoors shit, someone who doesnt know shit about firearms and is new to a world where u have to fend for their selves. The history part is BS of course, its for entertainment purposes. Think about, the weapons most people want to use is military weaponry. I would use a M-14. Its 7.62x51 mm or .308 Winchester, ammo is easy to come by and u can put a bayonet on it. Use sum common sense people.




Teenage Girl 16/06/24(Fri)18:00 No. 21016 Board: /rnb/ ID: 7fb462 [Reply]
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A strange thing happened at our monthly company meeting today. My older female coworker, who does not but embarass, dsenfranchise, and generally disparage me on the job believes that I am one of the best in the business, enough to save my neck from some trouble I caused.

It doesn't make sense. Our hate is mutual; she's been th most vocal about finding any excuse to fire me from the beginnig. She could have had my head today, but she talked our boss into keeping me on. Does she just want to keep me around to torment or has she finally started to respect me for my superior contributions to our work?


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Teenage Girl 16/10/03(Mon)00:40 No. 21208 ID: 138960

Might be her way of teasing you. Maybe she secretly likes you. Have you tried asking her out?


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Teenage Girl 16/10/03(Mon)23:06 No. 21212 ID: 984d0e

>>21208
Well, she's a disgusting old hag.
Besides, I already have a gf.


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Teenage Girl 16/10/06(Thu)01:51 No. 21216 ID: 5a53ee

>>21212
Disgusting old hags need love too. They just gotta pay.




Build advice Anonymous 15/05/08(Fri)06:59 No. 21772 Board: /halp/ ID: 137efe [Reply]
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First Build. Heavy 3D modeling, rendering, photo/video editing. Occasional gaming.

So far, am I a retard? And what video card should I get? Looking at them all and trying to understand the differences is overwhelming.

Here's what I have planned so far:

CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1231 V3 3.4GHz
Motherboard: Asus Z97-A ATX LGA1150
Memory: Samsung (1 x 32GB) DDR3-1866 Memory
Storage: Sandisk Extreme Pro 240GB 2.5 SSD
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (x2)
Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 980 4GB Twin Frozr
Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower
Power Supply: SeaSonic G 550W ATX
Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer
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Anonymous 15/05/12(Tue)04:39 No. 21777 ID: 137efe

>>21776

Finally, a response! Much appreciated.

Thank you for the QVL. I didn't know such a thing existed. And thanks for everything else too. I'm sure I'll be back in this thread to update and get confirmation that I'm not an idiot before I finally pull the trigger.


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Anonymous 15/05/12(Tue)05:10 No. 21778 ID: 137efe

>>21776

As for your towers, I'd definitely go with the NZXT. It's a more clean, cohesive design without decorative junk added to make it look edgy, plus it's got more reviews and a better average score from them.


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Anonymous 15/05/14(Thu)02:58 No. 21780 ID: 10d6c2

>>21778
To be fair, there are only 9 reviews of the Thermaltake case, and most of the bad reviews are written by people who are complete morons.

For example, one guy freaked out because he screwed standoffs into the preinstalled standoffs and, for some strange reason, his motherboard no longer lined up with the backplate.




zmobie game zombie game 16/07/19(Tue)05:03 No. 5507 Board: /zom/ ID: 28bdb2 [Reply]
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6V3fD_ysXLs




Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/03/22(Sun)21:37 No. 4715 Board: /pr/ [Reply]
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Java, C# or F# for my new project?

It's a small project but not too small. I master none of them but can put my shit together pretty well with Java. Anyways I don't mind learning a new language, will be the first one in years (not counting interpreted ones) which is always a good thing.

Also, is Visual Studio + Blend a good thing or a bad thing?


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Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/03/23(Mon)00:14 No. 4718

>>4716

Well, as I said it's a small project so it does what basic programs do: it takes information out of databases, make not too complex operations with them, needs extensive external input but for a few sources and peripherals, update databases, create new ones, use some files too to store certain kind of info (mostly current user configurations and states) and uses a big enough GUI.

Nothing special.


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Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/03/23(Mon)20:02 No. 4719

C# might be easiest way. Easy GUI editor,friendly dataset,
you can use WPF for GUI, microsoft will support this at least 10 years or more after win10


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Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/03/23(Mon)23:01 No. 4720

>>4719

Now that's something useful.

Finally I've decided to delay at least a week the writing of the first line of code because my interest on F# has grew enough to take a step in.

I'll probably do as you said, anyways, and make it in C#, which seems much more reliable known that I can already code Java.

But F# really tickled my apetite for learning something new and that's something uncanny since... lots of time.

As for WPF, thanks, I was looking for something Blend and didn't know where to start. All this shit gets rusty fucking fast.




Hipster Slut 15/09/23(Wed)15:27 No. 17482 Board: /lit/ [Reply]
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Hipster Slut 15/10/08(Thu)18:34 No. 17488

The sword handle on the cover is shaped like a phallus. Pretty gay.


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Hipster Slut 16/02/09(Tue)14:25 No. 17533
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>>17488

Penis.




This fucking energy Teenage Girl 15/06/19(Fri)07:41 No. 20640 Board: /rnb/ ID: ee9add [Reply]
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I have so much damn energy but when its time to do something? NOPE. NOPE NOPE NOPE.

Fucking energy HOW DOES IT WORK?


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Teenage Girl 15/06/22(Mon)07:07 No. 20643 ID: ebfaef

>>20642
airwolfing rainbows!


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Teenage Girl 15/06/26(Fri)01:50 No. 20644 ID: 7fd13b

magnets...you know they be lyin


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Teenage Girl 15/06/26(Fri)19:15 No. 20645 ID: 10d6c2

I always plan ahead. That way I don't have to do anything right now.




Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/05/27(Wed)17:08 No. 4737 Board: /pr/ [Reply]
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I'm trying to figure out this problem. Here's my code in python:

def reversible(limit):
num_list = ()
for num in range(1,limit):
num = str(num)
if num[-1] == 0:
break
else:
sum = int(num) + int(num[::-1])
checker = 0
for i in str(sum):

if int(i) % 2 == 0:
break
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Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/05/28(Thu)17:38 No. 4739

Say you have a number 13739, is there an algorithm to break that down to its two components x and reverse(x)?


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Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/06/15(Mon)21:45 No. 4761

>>4739
Most of the cause of the slow speed is because python loops are slow. You can look up numba, which is a jit compiler that can speed up numerical computations like this very well.

If you really want to reverse a number without converting to string, you could do mod 10, subtract result and divide 10. Numba should speed that up nicely since it's a numerical loop.


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Neckbearded Basement Dweller 15/07/13(Mon)20:52 No. 4768

my solution (quick n dirty)

n=0for i in xrange(10,1000000000): if i%10==0: pass else: c=False j=int(str(i)[::-1]) for k in str(i+j): if int(k)%2==0: c=True if c==False: n+=1print n


Solution still unknown coz the program is still running (on an ARM v6 lol), I expect it to finish by tomorrow morning.




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