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Anonymous Board owner 05/09/2018 (Wed) 22:40:59 [Preview] No. 12705 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Welcome to /tech/, a technology board. This board is for general discussion of technology.

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Anonymous 02/19/2019 (Tue) 19:41:20 [Preview] No.13207 del
Hello. Who have archive of old threads?
2017 and older


Anonymous 02/19/2019 (Tue) 20:53:08 [Preview] No.13208 del
>>13183
>>13191

This, for myself, shows the great migration experiment has ended. I view my participation on Endchan largely though the lens of the Infinity Next failure, and the attempts find a better solution. In time, Endchan suffered its own catastrophes along with more in 8chan-land.

While Endchan remains active, it appears we've reached an over saturation of
traditional legacy boards across the whole of the internet. Still, had a few good threads here for the time I spent.

Maybe Adolph'll pick her up and plop her down somewhere in alt-naziland? Could be fun.

Good good luck BO, and thanks for the show.


Anonymous 02/22/2019 (Fri) 06:13:44 [Preview] No.13210 del
>>13183
>>13208
Too bad that the users of this board were never that good with technology. They were years above typical people, but far from a unified knowledge base seen in only a few individuals across the planet...

Intel/AMD CPUs were hit with Meltdown and Spectre, and Intel already had the Management Engine inside of it.
Some things with TOR and other projects happened, a coordinated attack on multiple imageboards (Be lucky that I am telling you this, it was largely undetected) that resulted in lainchan, mewch, and other getting hit hard.

Goodbye.


Anonymous 02/22/2019 (Fri) 06:35:11 [Preview] No.13211 del
>>13183
While I'm not familiar with the board, after a quick skim I see you did a good job. I also found threads with potential, wish Endchan would have a few more posters. I hope someone with good intentions takes over your place.
Have a nice one, dude.


Anonymous 03/13/2019 (Wed) 00:07:17 [Preview] No.13222 del
Anybody has any idea what is this about?



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CPU Stress Testar Anonymous 03/12/2019 (Tue) 21:28:24 [Preview] No. 13221 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Thats mathematical!
Get those branch predictors moving!
Out of order executing to the rescue!

Activate the most CPU transistors with the least amount of Instructions?
This means Memory Controller(Read/Write), Integrated GPU, Multicore(SIMD?), Peripheral(USB/PCI/Etc.) controllers(What was once the North/South Bridges...), Intel ME/AMD PSP?, L1/2/3 Caches (Some Reverse Engineering Here...), Branch Predictors/Out-Of-Order(Deeper... Programs that would benefit from such technologies?(If/Else?...)), CPUID ROM, Microcode Memory?, Floating-Point(Double/Highest Precision)+Integer Units, Instruction Decoding(Complexity=Better?), Registers(MOVing?), Herp Derp Intel "Technologies"(AMT, vPro, Hyperthreading, VTd, Etc...) and other parts of the CPU...

Determine what instructions result in the greatest total activation?

You could write a simple C program like "main(){while(1)} to hang the CPU, but we want to push it as greatly as possible!


Anonymous 03/21/2019 (Thu) 10:43:02 [Preview] No.13228 del
Hey guise I also just read "Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach" and want to use my new vocab!
Here's my l33t way to get those branch predictors pumping!
'time emerge --oneshot coreutils'
You can also try lm-sensors!


Anonymous 03/22/2019 (Fri) 01:12:12 [Preview] No.13231 del
>>13228
Your an idiot if you think this was a way for me to boast my knowledge. I would have gone on plebbit if I wanted to do that. What I am achieving here is the greatest amount of current flowing through my CPU with the least amount of instructions, to break it down at the "normal" frequencies set by the manufacturer, finding silicon imperfections if you will, might even find some unintended behavior!



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Author rescinds GPL licensed code from "Geek Feminists" Anonymous 01/11/2019 (Fri) 01:21:48 [Preview] No. 13089 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://slashdot.org/submission/9076900/author-rescinds-gpl-licensed-code-from-geek-feminists

Reportedly, the author of the GPL licensed text-mode casino game "GPC-Slots 2" has rescinded the license from the "Geek feminist" collective.

The original author, after years of silence, notes that the "Geek Feminist" changed[1] a bunch of if-then statements which were preceded by a loop waiting for string input to a switch statement. The author reportedly noted that to use a switch statement in such an instance is no more preformant than the if-thens. Switch statements should be used where the input to the switch statement is numerical, and of a successive nature, for most efficient use of the jump table that is generated from said code.

The author reportedly was offended, after quiet observation of the group, that the "Geek Feminists" mocked his code, mocked his existence as a male, and never did any work on the code afterwards and never updated to include new slot machines added to the original code by author subsequently.

The author notes that he neither sought nor received any compensation for the granted license, that is was a gratuitous license, and that there never was any refutation of his default right to rescind given. (A right founded in the property law of licenses.)

The copyright owner has reportedly watched quietly as each year the "Geek Feminists" published a recount of their heroic efforts regarding his code.[2][3] Presumably he has now had enough of it all...

The author notes that the SF Conservancy attempts to construe a particular clause in the GPL version 2 license text as a "no revocation by grantor clause", however that clause states that if a licensee suffers and automatic-revocation by operation of the license, that licensees down stream from him do not suffer the same fate. The author of "GPC-Slots 2" reportedly notes that said clause does only what it claims to do: clarifies that a downstream licensee, through no fault of his own, is not penalized by the automatic revocation suffered by a licensee he gained a "sub-license" from (for lack of a better term.)

The author reportedly notes that version 3 of the GPL did not exist when he published the code, additionally the author notes that even if there was a clause not to revoke, he was paid no consideration for such a forbearance of a legal right of his and thus said clause is not operative against him, the grantor, should it exist at all.

(Editor's note: GPL version 3 contains an explicit "no-revocation-by-grantor" clause, in addition to a term-of-years that the license is granted for. Both absent in version 2 of the GPL)

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Anonymous 03/16/2019 (Sat) 03:30:40 [Preview] No.13225 del
> > Re: DMCA takedown notice
> > To GitHub Staff
> > Date Mar 15, 2019



I am going to sue your staff for contributory copyright infringement in their personal capacity, in addition to you company.
I have given you ample notice to remove the work.

> Moreover, you have not addressed other doctrines, such as reliance or promissory estoppel, which would prevent revocation even in the absence of valuable consideration.

These are equitable defenses. Not defenses-at-law. They are determined on a case by case basis. Promissory estoppel is most often "awarded" when a defendant has, on the reliance of explicit promises to him by the owner, laid out monies to purchase improvements for the affected property.

An example is when one builds extra buildings on a piece of land one was promised ownership on upon the owners death. It is much related to the old Livery of Seisin which was used in the conveyance of land and is, in fact, a modern substitute for it.

There is little relevance between such and a licensee, one of many, who, for no outlay, had permission to use a piece of software. Permission which was later revoked.

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Anonymous 03/16/2019 (Sat) 11:37:03 [Preview] No.13226 del
Sometimes overwhelming clarity and conviction about things and the ability to focus sharper and longer than most is an asset that I wouldn't give up for anything. Sometimes nobody cares and I can't make them care no matter what I say or do and that same conviction is a curse because it ultimately wastes my time and damages opportunities and my relationships with others.


Anonymous 03/16/2019 (Sat) 16:32:06 [Preview] No.13227 del
making them care or convincing them is unimportant, important is to defend oneself against them

relationships with a bunch of wussies and marxists are worth naught


Anonymous 03/21/2019 (Thu) 22:59:32 [Preview] No.13229 del
>>13220

Seems you've missed the forest for the trees.
The point has been to edify the linux kernel programs regarding their right under US law to rescind.

GitHub disobeying the DMCA request or claiming "we don't know that you are you" is largely immaterial to this.

While you may have lost the plot, I have not. I know that this github DMCA issue is very much a side issue.

A linux kernel gratis contributor can simply file suit and not even use the DMCA.

What is illuminating is that, thus far, none of the opponents have been able to dispose of the central matter: that a license, without an attached interest (read: $ ) is revocable.

Something new from redhat:
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https://opensource.com/article/19/2/cla-problems

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Anonymous 03/21/2019 (Thu) 23:12:45 [Preview] No.13230 del
>>13227
<Marxism, Makes me think of this:

>Should your effort succeed then it is a problem with the law and not with the license.

The law is wrong because it doesn't commit a taking regarding things that were not transfered is what this marxist is saying.


> A license that grants certain rights to a copy of a work provided that certain conditions outlined in the license are met should never be revocable from THAT particular copy of the work,
unless the terms of the license itself are broken.

That is so: if you paid for those terms. If you paid nothing you get nothing. The linux kernel contributors did not GIVE anything away, they allowed USE of a thing THEY own. If they wanted to GIVE their property away they could have done so by _TRANSFERING_ it to a non profit such as the FSF, or declaring it the domain of the public. They chose to do neither.

>Having the possibility to arbitrarily revoke rights granted by a license for any other reason than conditions that the licensee was aware of when they accepted the license

There was no acceptance required. YOU are not allowed to use the owners property WITHOUT his permission, YOU do not have the right to "accept or reject" his dictats regarding his PROPERTY. You must OBEY the owner's demands regarding HIS property. There is no contract, terms, negotiation here.

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DIY, Modular, Open source Laptop Anonymous 07/09/2017 (Sun) 23:55:14 [Preview] No. 10163 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Laptop form factor open source hardware design, built from off the shelf components for DIY, modular, open source computing.

CPU, RAM, graphics: 1x single board computer
FSB, ports: 2x powered USB hub
Battery: 1x USB powerbank, >5000 mAh, >2A
Input: 1x USB keyboard
Input: 1x USB trackpad
Storage: 1x USB flash drive
Network: 1x USB WiFi dongle
Audio: 1x USB sound card/headset
Display: 1x USB powered HDMI monitor
Case: 3D printed or DIY glued wooden case

Features:
-Completely modular, customizable, upgradeable and repairable
-User serviceable by all users
-Universal, modular battery and charger. Can swap battery when depleted

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Anonymous 12/10/2018 (Mon) 03:42:39 [Preview] No.13012 del
>>10163
system76 is working on a fully, or mostly, open hardware laptop afaik.


Anonymous 12/13/2018 (Thu) 18:42:21 [Preview] No.13022 del
>>13012
You are right, this is great, thanks for the hint.
I just watched this interview: ht tps ://y outu .be/ Fopa1Uoh87w?t=836
This stuff is exiting. I'm looking forward to what they are going to do.
I think it could go big real fast when they do that with laptops, so I hope they get it right.

Module based laptops are coming
It's going to go that way for sure.
It's just a question of "when", and I like that it is free side that is pushing it.


Anonymous 12/29/2018 (Sat) 17:08:57 [Preview] No.13065 del
>>13012
that's clevo


Anonymous 01/04/2019 (Fri) 03:23:34 [Preview] No.13088 del
>>13087
go back to /am/


Anonymous 03/10/2019 (Sun) 10:33:06 [Preview] No.13218 del
The case is the easiest and cheapest part of the DIY Laptop. There are many good options, from 3D printed, plywood, acrylic, CNC aluminum, fiberglass, a briefcase, even clay, paper mache or lego. The cost will be <$20, no matter what.

The lego case is most DIY, modular and open source. It is only option that can be freely disassembled and reused. The mechanical properties of the lego are same as 3D printed ABS or ABS injection molded cases. The reproducibility of lego cases is high. If more strength is needed, the lego can be glued.

Plywood or acrylic are strong and cheap case materials. They can be lasercut.

Aluminum is an ideal case material, because it is strong, durable and light. It needs machining. Titanium is better than aluminum, but more in cost.

3D printed PLA or ABS plastic will make a case that is not as strong as plywood or aluminum, but can be made using only a 3D printer.

Fiberglass or carbon fiber is a high performance case material. It will make a very light case. Construction is slightly more difficult than the other options, as reproducibility is less.

A briefcase or binder can be made into a laptop case.

Clay and paper mache are the most DIY options.



Why are you still running systemd? Anonymous 10/24/2018 (Wed) 07:43:56 [Preview] No. 12921 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Serious question, not sure what else to add.
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Anonymous 11/28/2018 (Wed) 19:44:37 [Preview] No.13008 del
>>12921
I don't use SystemDick. OpenRC is fast enough and RunIT is even faster than SystemD. In reality, SystemD is more complicated and harder to configure (if it doesn't work out-of-box) than OpenRC/RunIT/SysVInit/BSD Init. There is something off with the push for SystemD. Just think about it. There isn't even one terminal emulator or file manager that everyone has agreed to use, but how come everyone loves (((SystemD)))?


SystemDeezNuts BenBoi 12/29/2018 (Sat) 10:25:39 [Preview] No.13055 del
>>12984

I am a Fedora user and Fedora is top kek. So I guess I'd have to get used to using systemd not that I really ever used an init system ever, until recently getting into to adminning stuff.


Anonymous 12/29/2018 (Sat) 21:04:16 [Preview] No.13069 del
I only used systemd for a very short time, when I installed Armbian on a board I got to move away from the x86 disaster. Well it was less than a month later before a systemd bug was causing problems (some daemons wouldn't start). Armbian didn't address the bug and simply waited for their upstream (Ubuntu) to take care of it. Apparently those guys didn't care about fixing it quickly because allegedly it only affected ARM systems. So I immediately installed Devuan, and that was the end of all that. I never even looked back to see if they finally fixed the bug.
Anyway my other computers were all running OpenBSD, long before systemd even existed. I would have used it here except they don't have good 32-bit ARM support. NetBSD runs okay, but video has no acceleration whatsoever, so Firefox is laggy to the point of 1-2 second delays between hitting arrow key or clicking mouse and it actually doing the action. Which is strange because I also tried some emulators (NES and Amiga) that work pretty damn good with the exact same Xorg driver.


Anonymous 12/30/2018 (Sun) 05:20:10 [Preview] No.13074 del
Arrest this man for the crime of making stable and well maintained software!


Anonymous 03/06/2019 (Wed) 14:21:41 [Preview] No.13217 del
I'm not using systemd and don't intend to, if an opportunity continues to exists to do so. This whole ordeal just demonstrates how much sway Redhat has over the direction of Linux/GNU distros. It can do this because of the development projects it controls.

The ultimate goal is to unify most of the userland amongst the different distributions to the point where there won't be much difference between them and then let redundant distros burn out and have those developers roll into other projects.

There may still be a few holdouts that don't use it, but as long as Redhat and Debian/Ubuntu use it, that will eventually push out non-conformists by creating an ever increasing workload in-order to un-systemd projects that establish hard dependencies to it.

At that point, the remaining non-systemd crowd may make the jump to a different UNIXy OS or just learn to love Lennart's systemd.

If you look at the big picture, this may actually not be a bad thing because it will position Linux for the "not Windows" crowd, where as folks who actually like traditional Unix, will jump over to one of the other options.



Gimmickly new consumer products thread Anonymous 01/03/2019 (Thu) 06:58:40 [Preview] No. 13084 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Let's have a thread for upcoming gimmicky stuff the tech companies sell. To start:

Google is developing a new radar based sensor. It'll be like using the Kinect to do shit on your computer or surf the internet.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-google-sensor/google-wins-u-s-approval-for-radar-based-hand-motion-sensor-idUSKCN1OV1SH

Don't laugh too hard, some people have carpal tunnel so it might be useful.


Anonymous 01/03/2019 (Thu) 07:30:34 [Preview] No.13085 del
>>13084
neat, i still have that same exact router


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https://twitter.com/i/status/1085531203791450113
Anything Apple does. This is how you grow a 1 trillion dollar company in 20 years.


Anonymous 03/06/2019 (Wed) 12:35:45 [Preview] No.13216 del
Grammarly
Wikibuy/Honey

Anyone who installs those is retarded.



Anonymous 12/28/2018 (Fri) 00:28:45 [Preview] No. 13050 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
step aside lynxchan fans there's a new "imageboard engine" in town that doesn't suck shit like your abomination does.

http://futatsu.org/

https://github.com/DangerOnTheRanger/maniwani
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Anonymous 01/29/2019 (Tue) 10:48:02 [Preview] No.13159 del
>>13150
Without emails, it takes all of 3 seconds to sign up, and you never have to think about it again. I'm not sure what the issue is.
Do I then know who posts what? Yes, but broadly-speaking that's generally true for imageboards already, and it neatly sidesteps the issues that arise where you have a group of people who know their way around a VPN but have software that largely revolves around handing out bans via IP addresses. This way there are no wrong bans (unless you somehow get your credentials stolen and someone posts on your account, which shouldn't happen since your username won't be displayed anywhere) and everyone who wants to use a VPN can do so without their usage putting the site's well-being at risk.

It also opens up the possibility of users who have been around for a while getting things like a spot in a moderator election, which is something I don't think I've talked about here, but have at length on /g/.


Anonymous 02/10/2019 (Sun) 20:59:39 [Preview] No.13184 del
on a related note i finally got around to making nntpchan's cache invalidation work with nginx, nothing needed to change just needed an additional nginx module.

checkit: https://2hu-ch.org/t/82b966a206e35fe5b46a94b396989110f68d5ec0/


Anonymous 02/22/2019 (Fri) 18:12:46 [Preview] No.13212 del
>>13050
>Requires java script in order to not have a god-awful menu covering half the screen on mobile.


Anonymous 02/23/2019 (Sat) 03:36:27 [Preview] No.13213 del
>>13212
>mobile user with JS disabled
That's a new one. I'll make a note of testing the mobile interface without scripting, but that's a fairly rare combination for anons I'd wager, so it'll probably have to be low-priority for now. I always welcome PRs, though.


Anonymous 03/11/2019 (Mon) 09:26:56 [Preview] No.13219 del
looks like ass, even with js enabled



Anonymous 02/16/2019 (Sat) 13:40:57 [Preview] No. 13197 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
You think suckless are the definitive software minimalists?
Oh boi, you're in for a treat.
gopher://bitreich.org


Anonymous 02/17/2019 (Sun) 07:53:13 [Preview] No.13199 del
printf "\n\n"
printf "********\n"
printf "* THIS WAS CLOSE. You are lucky. *\n"
printf "* We love you at bitreich, so we did *\n"
printf "* not delete your files. *\n"
printf "* We hope you learn three things: *\n"
printf "* 1. Never execute random commands, *\n"
printf "* printed on some random website. *\n"
printf "* 2. If we would not control the *\n"
printf "* server, you would have trusted *\n"
printf "* some insecure key and be redir- *\n"
printf "* ected to some other website. *\n"
printf "* (curl -kL) *\n"
printf "* 3. Have you removed the sudo? *\n"
printf "********\n"
printf "\n\n"
cunty :^)


Anonymous 02/17/2019 (Sun) 17:48:32 [Preview] No.13202 del
>>13199
Where is this


Anonymous 02/18/2019 (Mon) 10:06:12 [Preview] No.13204 del
>>13202
http://bitreich.org/
curl -sLk http://bitreich.org/s/bitreich.sh
I went to their gopher site. Doesn't seem like they have anything of note.
Nothing like dmenu or st.


Anonymous 02/18/2019 (Mon) 22:16:00 [Preview] No.13205 del
>>13204
>even more extreme than suckless
>expecting xorg bloat
you can find a note on their gopher that any presentations for their yearly conferences must be terminal only (100x35 chars to be exact)


Anonymous 02/19/2019 (Tue) 01:36:48 [Preview] No.13206 del
The only thing I found that I might be able to use is iomenu
But then again I don't even use dmenu as anything more than a program launcher when it has much more functionality.



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Discord is shit Anonymous 10/22/2018 (Mon) 02:28:19 [Preview] No. 12909 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Is there a Libre version of Discord that isn't so shit? It needs stuff like this:
>voice chat
>text chat
>Youtube and image embeds in text chat
>Free Software (Libre)
>you can host it on your own server
>permissions
>you can make bots for it
>uses actual good encryption
>has a web interface and mobile app
>you don't have to have a mobile phone to register an account
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Anonymous 02/13/2019 (Wed) 06:32:25 [Preview] No.13189 del
>>13188
> r/MillionDollarExtreme is on their server
> Chad Right as well
> National Federalist Party also

Whatever Moshe
Don't put all your eggs in one basket


Anonymous 02/13/2019 (Wed) 12:08:58 [Preview] No.13190 del
>>13189
Three groups of dissident right shitposters sitting under one Sedevacantist's server, yeah, that's real stupid. Why would anyone with two braincells admit to shilling one specific server under a Catholic priest with his own agendas on a non political board? Fuck off.


Anonymous 02/17/2019 (Sun) 15:27:16 [Preview] No.13200 del
>>13190
why would anyone with two braincells listen to a kike like you?

the owner is not a catholic priest, his agenda is to safely house the right-wing and disillusioned, and he's a solid, albeit quirky, guy.

don't like it? run your own homeserver, nigger. make sure you put aside about $40/month or more for a decent VPS in somewhere that won't fuck you over, be ready to pay for it all on your own since your fellow NEETs won't help, and I wish you all the luck in working with the rest of the matrix community, which hates *you* by default.


Anonymous 02/17/2019 (Sun) 16:35:29 [Preview] No.13201 del
>>13200
why would anyone with two braincells shill for one server without context and not provide alternative servers besides the Ordo Evangelistarum server yet be a part of at least one of the three NEET dissident groups and had publicly associated them with that one server?

You clearly have an agenda and it took me this long for you to admit that you're not practicing proper OPSEC by responding to me when you could of had continued on spamming that one link. This is your final warning, any more shilling of this specific matrix server is automatic deletion. No one with one braincell will shill specifically for one matrix server publicly instead of literally anything else out there both proprietary and open source. Never put all your eggs in one basket. The Feds now know, fucko.

>https://archive.is/G4KjF
>Thomas Lewis is an amateur theologian pretending to be a sysadmin.
>http://archive.is/MCMc1
>Fr. John, OE
They're Sedevacantist LARP(s) at the very least.

P.S., use IRC, fuck talking.



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Amazon Ring Anonymous 01/11/2019 (Fri) 03:27:32 [Preview] No. 13092 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
If you own one of these... well, lol.

https://theintercept.com/2019/01/10/amazon-ring-security-camera/

Apparently the maker thought that adding encryption would make the company less valuable. Annnd of course it's outsourced. Ring customer's video from inside and outside of their homes goes to some Ukrainian company. Maybe they're padding their revenue by running some amateur Ring porn sites on the side.


Anonymous 01/11/2019 (Fri) 03:40:34 [Preview] No.13093 del
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>>13092
This is why I don't use IoT devices.


Anonymous 01/11/2019 (Fri) 05:28:53 [Preview] No.13094 del
>amazon


Anonymous 01/11/2019 (Fri) 23:07:54 [Preview] No.13095 del
>>13094
Sucks. Amazon just sucks.


Anonymous 01/16/2019 (Wed) 20:30:39 [Preview] No.13121 del
>>13093
Internet of shit. But seriously though, Ring is a useful innovation that lets you pretend to answer the door and pretend the house isn't vacant when you are 50 mile aways at a restaurant.


Anonymous 02/16/2019 (Sat) 19:38:08 [Preview] No.13198 del
Amazon owns Ring, and there's a great editorial out that wrecks them for not putting their 2nd HQ in NYC. The cat is out of the bag, and tech companies care about nothing but themselves, just like any other business.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/15/opinion/amazon-new-york-hq2.html