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You can't be complete with the shitposting you've been doing here without this type of thread.
REIKO- Robotic anon what are you doing with your life?
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Same! I want to be fracking your mom all day.
You'll be sorry you asked when you see her, but I won't get in your way.
What about those knee-high socks worn by traps and femboys?
what about warm wooly socks worn by people who are freezing?
Maybe if you stay inside these thin flimsy socks suffice but
if you need to walk within any wind, this would quickly expose how
inadequate these poor excuses of a chinese factory sock are.
Everybody knows real programmers knit their own socks.
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I am new here
Hi I am trying from sbbs.el
Also nice board pls stay alive kthxbye
The version linked on the frontpage, or a recent one?
the old one, thanks for showing me there's a newer one.
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Will it finally happen?
whats the board opinion on TheseusOS ?
It's rust not scheme, therefor shit.
Scheme cannot be used for operating systems.
Lisps get extended all the time and are never the original lisp, scheme implementations aren't pure either, wouldn't be that hard for scheme like the srfis and r*rs is. Infact just add inline assembly, garbage control, syscall and types srfis. Tweak any of the lisp image to assembly transplitters out there and write the os https://3lproject.org/in-depth#PreScheme .
Picolisp also did something https://picolisp.com/wiki/?PilOS .
Forgot memory access, mapping and manipulation srfis.
Pay toilets are nasty, and ought to be illegal. Those of us who are not poor can afford the price, if we accept the practice; poor people can't. To deny people access to a toilet when they need one is nasty and degrading.
I have concluded that the least we can do, to eliminate pay toilets, is to avoid giving them money. Instead of paying them, I go to great lengths to find some other toilet.
Please join me in rejecting pay toilets firmly.
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Free things aren't free.
The tree of liberty and freedom gotta be litterd with the blood of Patriots. Barack HUSSIEN obama aka "B. O" is not my presidnet. he is islamic gommunist and probbaly kenyan as well :DD. ADAM and eve not adam and STEVE ok. praise jesus.
Obama is not POTUS anymore. Plz update your cancerbot database of scraped internet forum content. TIA.
I firmly reject pay toilets by pissing at the walls of the building.
Based and 3rd-worldpilled.
Should I dedicate my life to promoting the Scheme programming language?
Ignore this guy.
Yeah, don't do it. It doesn't matter whether it gratifies your soul.
Yes but beware of bringing about hordes of
normals who will inevitably turn everything to shit with bloated frameworks and, you know, the usual.
For scheme it's too late, r7rs large and the institution.
Why not? Are you afraid of competition
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Valid Perl code
But is it h*cking cute?
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i g g e r``` hail biden
what the fuck
I'm looking for a reasonably private e-reader/note taking device
I will only read documents/books without DRM, probably PDFs and EPUBs and will not use any subscription/library service with it.
It would be nice if I could write down a thought on it and manage it all easily over USB.
I will not be connecting wirelessly.
* Must not phone home or to 3rd party.
It's OK if this can be disabled or if there's a working guide on how to hack/mod it.
* Must be able to upload/manage (DRM-free) books/documents via USB,
no proprietary apps needed. Calibre is OK.
* Must have good support for various formats, especially EPUB and PDF.
* Lit display (I could possibly go without this feature).
* E-paper(-like) display, not LCD.
* At least a few days of battery time.
* Should not be super slow to use. Up to 1 second to display a page is OK.
Is that reasonable?
NICE TO HAVE features:
* Be able to take notes.
* Support for "txt", "md" (or similar) plain text format.
* As simple / dumb OS as possible (no "app store"), but if there's a "community" software / mod / project for it - it would be welcome.
* SD card.
* No need to "register" the device before it can be used.
* Preferably no bluetooth.
* Preferably no wi-fi (or can be disabled).
* Would not like to spend more than 250$, unless you feel it would really make a difference regarding my needs
Any suggestions? Thanks!
For many years now I've just read on my laptop, so I'm not exactly aware of recent developments. Regardless I've heard good things about the Kobo reader for this. There is a large hardware hacking scene, and even by default it supports many DRM-free formats such as PDF, txt, epub, html, etc. In many locales Kobo out sells Amazon's Kindle e.g. 50% of market in Canada and France.
In the end I got a Pocketbook Inkpad 3. There's no usable "note taking" (somewhat doable with KOReader's notes if you have the patience for a laggy input - I do), but is otherwise what I wanted. No registration, open/moddable system, seems to respect the "no wi-fi" choice, no bluetooth, OK even with larger PDFs, 200 €
Damn that's not cheap.
Similar to >>8, I've been using my Paperwhite for 5 years now.
The mobi conversion is a bit annoying, but aside from that - it's an amazing reader.
Should have got a Kobe reader
surely an omen of things to come.
society will never get better until people shit cum
why not pee shit instead
sounds hard and doesnt automatically happen from remote alter rape
what is owo?
are u sure abt that?
0w0 is deprecated, please use 👁👄👁
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what the fuck